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Utelia Palace

Utelia, Ahmedabad - 382230 , gujarat, India


Rooms 14

"Boasting of an Indo-Saracenic style of architectural with European inspirations, Utelia Palace is one of the most famous budget heritage hotels in Gujarat. Around 5 km from Lothal railway station, 4 km off the Ahmedabad-Bhavanagar highway, this palace turned heritage property offers comfortable, memorable holidays amid modern comforts. All the 14 guest rooms are well-equipped while retaining their old-world charm. At the dining hall, the guests can savor sumptuous delicacies of popular Indian and World fare.

Hotel Detail Info -

Built in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture with domes and columns, the Utelia Palace has and arched gateway that leads to a hall decorated with age old chandeliers.

The 14 double rooms at the hotel are done up pleasantly in period furniture and equipped with latest amenities.

The room facilities are:

  • Attached bathroom
  • Running hot & cold water
  • TV with satellite channels
  • Telephone
  • Tea/coffee maker
  • Room service 

The dining hall at the hotel seats 32 people and serves Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine. The food is available a la carte and the cozy old world ambience is even more appetizing. 


List of Facilities
  • Valet Service
  • Car Parking
  • Beauty Parlor 
  • Barber Shop
  • Courier Service
  • Concierge
  • Chemist
  • Baby Sitting
  • Dry Cleaning 


  • Cultural program
  • Folk dance
  • Sightseeing tours
  • Camel safari
  • Indoor games
  • Table tennis
  • Billiards
  • Garden
  • Play area
  • Doctor on call
  • Front desk
  • Travel desk
  • Car rental
  • Baggage storage
  • Parking
  • All major credit cards accepted 

Local Info

  • Distance From Airport

    80 Km
  • Distance From Station

    7 Km

Utelia is located in between Ahmedabad and Bhavnagar. Ahmedabad is the capital of the Indian state of Gujarat and an important industrial city. Ahmedabad is most well known for its textile industry. The local forms of textile prints include Bandhni or Bandhej, a local form of dye in vegetable color.