5 Palace Hotels In India That Are Not Located In Rajasthan

by Khushi Rastogi
by Khushi Rastogi 286

Rajasthan is dotted with stunning Palaces all over the state. It is well known around the world for offering royal stays to its tourists. Palaces are the epitome of luxury and the rich history associated with it. Many palaces around India are converted into heritage hotels. Here are 5 beautiful Palace hotels in India that are not located in Rajasthan.

1. Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad

The Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad, Telangana boasts the rich cultural history of Hyderabad’s Nizams. It’s the former palace of the Nizam who was considered the richest man around the world.  The palace has been restored under the personal guidance of Nizam’s Turkish wife. The experience is quite phenomenal from the royal arrival to the unique culinary dining experience at Gol Ghar.


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Also read: This Luxury Palace Belonging To The Maharaja Of Bikaner Is Now A Stunning Heritage Resort

2. The Lalit Grand Palace, Srinagar

This Palace was constructed in the year 1910 by Maharaja Pratap Singh, the Maharaja of J&K for hosting the Royal Family. The Lalit Grand Palace is located in the picturesque Kashmir valley overlooking the beautiful Dal Lake. You can experience the Shikara ride on Dal lake or indulge in the delicious Kashmiri food.

3. Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar Madhya Pradesh

Walk through the perfectly designed gardens by the prince in Ahilya Fort. Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar built her personal residence in the fort along with offices, and a darbaar hall. The last descendant of the Holkar family, Richard Holker converted this heritage fort into a hotel. There is no set menu, the Prince himself curates the menu each day, and decides the place for each meal.

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4. Fernhills Royal Palace, Ooty

Fernhills Palace is the summer palace of the Mysore Maharajas. Built-in 1844 by Capt. F. Cotton. Visit this beautiful property in Ooty overlooking the Nilgiris and devour delicious food prepared by the hotel staff.

5. Welcom Heritage Kasmanda Palace

This palace hotel offers a fantastic view of the Doon valley. It was built in 1836 by Captain Rennie Tailour of the Bengal Engineers. In 1915, it became the summer retreat of the royal family of Kasmanda. Enjoy your stay at the heritage palace with the stunning views of the valley.

Book your stay at these Place hotels that are not located in Rajasthan.

Also read: 5 Heritage Train Stations In India That Look Like Palaces

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