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Spread across 7 acres of landscaped greens, WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace is situated opposite Nehru Garden, just 6 km from the IT and business hub of Kota, the third-largest city of Rajasthan. Kota is famously known as the coaching capital of India and is popular for its kaithoon sarees, mouth-watering delicacies, and Kota stones. Amidst the chaos of intellect, economy, and high-end Kota hotels, stands a dreamy palace in pink sandstone that will transcend you to the glorious years of royalty – WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace. This opulent palace was designed and built by Sir Swinton Jacob, a celebrated officer of the Royal Engineers in the British Army on the orders of Maharaja Umaid Singh II of Kota. The Victorian Style of architecture has been beautifully juxtaposed by the Indo-Saracenic style with some white Khimach and Italian marble, creating magic on stone. Proudly standing as one of the landmarks of Kota since 1904, the palace is perfect for royal destination weddings, staycations, and family getaways. Although a part of the Palace is still in use by the Royal family of Kota, a majority portion of it has been transformed into the best hotel in Kota. It will offer you a heady mix of old-world charm and modern facilities that will keep you coming back. The 32 exquisite rooms have been classified into 14 Deluxe Rooms, 16 Royal Suites, and 02 Presidential Suites. The Hotel offers an incredible range of Banquet Halls and Meeting rooms to choose from each with its distinct identity. The Hotel also boasts of two sprawling outdoor venues, the outer lawn and the side lawn; perfect for royal theme weddings. Staying in the WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace, Kota is an ode to those rare and mesmerizing experiences of the bygone era.  So, if you are looking to indulge in a royal affair then this heritage palatial hotel is your best bet. 

•    Credit Card
•    24*7 room service
•    Currency exchange
•    Internet & fax
•    Catering services
•    Onsite parking
•    Banquet facility & business center 
•    Doctor on call

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•    Billiard Room
•    Trekking
•    Cricket
•    Chess
•    Tennis court 
•    Table Tenis 
•    Jogging track

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Aarogan Restaurant: The multi-cuisine restaurant with a large "Local Love" repertoire features local and regional favorites from Rajasthan. Popular amongst locals and travelers alike for its unique blend of tastes from local and contemporary cuisines.

Swinton's Bar: Named after the architect of the property Sir Swinton Samuel Jacob, the bar offers some of the finest liquors and wines both local and international, with an adjacent courtyard for an enthralling dining experience.
 

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Perfect for palatial weddings with beguiling decor, WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan palace boasts two sprawling outdoor lawns and banquet halls accommodating up to 3000 guests. The palace-hotel is a marvelous venue to commemorate your ‘happily ever after’ in the most regal fashion. 

WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan palace has 2 meeting rooms, named the Durbar Mahal, which can accommodate 100 guests and the Mehkma-e-Khas is apt for 50 guests. Well-equipped with modern fittings, our venues are ideal for banquets, corporate events, and pre-function needs. 
 

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The city palace & fort: The fort is known for its miniature paintings, mirror ceilings, and exquisite decorations. This palace is the ancestral seat of the Raos and Maharaos of Kotah and is a true indication of the wealth and treasures Kota once had. One can also visit the museum to witness the collection of royal regalia, weapons, apparel, artifacts, and other precious belongings of the palace. The foundations of the City Palace, also known as the Garh, were first laid in 1264 C.E. by Prince Jait Singh of Bundi after Kotah became a separate, independent state from Bundi under the able leadership of Rao Madho Singh.
 7 km from the hotel

Jagmandir Temple:  One of the major tourist attractions of Kota, Jagmandir Palace is known for its architecture. The blend of Hindu and Mughal style has created this stunning site  . In the middle of Kishore Sagar lake is a quaint red stone monument that was built by one of the queens of Kota in 1740 AD. This small island palace used to be a resting place for the royalties. With the quick ferry ride, one can reach this monument and the sight of its reflection on the placid waters of the lake is astonishing.
 4 km from the hotel

Chambal Garden:  Situated on the banks of the Chambal River is this well-groomed garden. It is a perfect spot for a picnic or family get-together. This garden also has a small pond and is home to crocodiles and alligators. Breaking the city commotion, this escapade has flora indigenous to the region and a beautiful, well-maintained promenade.
 3 km from the hotel

Abheda Mahal: Another piece of admiration built by Ummed Maharaja is Abheda Mahal, situated in the vicinity of the Chambal river with an interesting history and stories behind its actual construction. This Mahal had a lake built inside for crocodiles for the entertainment of the people during the reign of Ummed Singh. It is said that the crocodiles of the river were treated as pets and were named too. The reflection of the palace on the pond is one beautiful sight to capture.
 10 km from the hotel

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  • Restaurant 

  • Bar

  • Heritage Hotel

  • Wedding hall

  • Conference Hall

  • Lawn

  • Check-in : 2:00 p.m.

    Check-out : 12:00 p.m.

    Complimentary Parking

    wheelchair assistance

    ACCOMMODATIONS

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    WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan -Deluxe room
    DELUXE ROOM No view
    Choose deluxe rooms for a wonderful stay with the most hospitable services from the hotel. These rooms feature stunning wooden carpeted floors, wall paintings, a twin bed for some extra comfort and space, and other antique furniture. The rooms are spacious and well-lit with a terrace and lawn view. Area: 250 Sq ft.
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   3 Adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   410 sq.ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    4000*

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    WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan-Royal Suite
    ROYAL SUITE No view
    Feel royal in the city of royals. These suites efficiently merge old-world charm with world-class service to create distinctive experiences. The spacious rooms have artisanal decorative pieces which are timeless and unique with a king-size bed. The stunning view of the clock tower and the adjacent jungles are a highlight of the rooms. Area: 300 Sq ft. (approx)
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   4 adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   620 sq. ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    9000*

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    WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan- Presidential Suite
    PRESIDENTIAL SUITE No view
    Exuding opulence, beauty, and magnificence, the two presidential suites are well designed with contemporary settings to make your stay relaxed and comfortable. Located on the ground and the first floor, these rooms are an elegant combination of comfort and care, with wooden flooring and antiques. Having a separate dining area, reading area, and lounge inside the room adds a regale dimension to your stay. Area: 500 Sq ft. (approx)
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   4 adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   870 sq.ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    11000*

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    The city palace & fort: The fort is known for its miniature paintings, mirror ceilings, and exquisite decorations. This palace is the ancestral seat of the Raos and Maharaos of Kotah and is a true indication of the wealth and treasures Kota once had. One can also visit the museum to witness the collection of royal regalia, weapons, apparel, artifacts, and other precious belongings of the palace. The foundations of the City Palace, also known as the Garh, were first laid in 1264 C.E. by Prince Jait Singh of Bundi after Kotah became a separate, independent state from Bundi under the able leadership of Rao Madho Singh.
     7 km from the hotel

    Jagmandir Temple:  One of the major tourist attractions of Kota, Jagmandir Palace is known for its architecture. The blend of Hindu and Mughal style has created this stunning site  . In the middle of Kishore Sagar lake is a quaint red stone monument that was built by one of the queens of Kota in 1740 AD. This small island palace used to be a resting place for the royalties. With the quick ferry ride, one can reach this monument and the sight of its reflection on the placid waters of the lake is astonishing.
     4 km from the hotel

    Chambal Garden:  Situated on the banks of the Chambal River is this well-groomed garden. It is a perfect spot for a picnic or family get-together. This garden also has a small pond and is home to crocodiles and alligators. Breaking the city commotion, this escapade has flora indigenous to the region and a beautiful, well-maintained promenade.
     3 km from the hotel

    Abheda Mahal: Another piece of admiration built by Ummed Maharaja is Abheda Mahal, situated in the vicinity of the Chambal river with an interesting history and stories behind its actual construction. This Mahal had a lake built inside for crocodiles for the entertainment of the people during the reign of Ummed Singh. It is said that the crocodiles of the river were treated as pets and were named too. The reflection of the palace on the pond is one beautiful sight to capture.
     10 km from the hotel

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    WELCOMHERITAGE UMED BHAWAN PALACE

    • Palace Road Kota Rajasthan 324001 India
    • +91 0744- 2325262/63/64/65
    • holidays@welcomheritagehotels.in


    By Air

    Distance from Kota airport - 6 km

    Distance from Jaipur airport - 242 km

    By Train

    Distance from Kota railway station - 3 km

    By Road

    Distance from Jaipur - 251 km / 4 hours