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Hari Niwas Palace Hotel

Palace Road, Jammu Tawi - 180001, Jammu and Kashmir, India


Rooms 40

"The Hari Niwas Palace Hotel is the only luxury heritage hotel in Jammu and Kashmir. The splendid home of the former Maharaja of Jammu, Hari Singh is still a resplendent memory of the days past. The palace enjoys scenic views of Trikuta Hills and the flowing Tawi River. The pristine surroundings are perfect for a getaway. The manor is an epitome of traditional hospitality. The impeccable services pampers guests in every way possible. Revel in the historical glory of the art-deco palace as you indulge in the modern pleasures.

Hotel Detail Info -

Named Hari Niwas Palace after the last Raja of Jammu, Hari Singh, this majestic structure overlooks the Tawi river valley on one side and Trikuta hills on the other. The palace was transformed into a heritage hotel and inaugurated in 1990. It is now looked after by Maharaj Kumar Ajatshatru Singh and Kumarani Ritu Singh, grandson and daughter-in-law of Maharaja Hari Singh.

The Hari Niwas Palace offers its guests luxurious 40 rooms for accommodation including Rajmata, Maharaja, Maharani, Yuvraj and Rajkumari suites. All the deluxe rooms have attached balconies that offer panoramic views to the guests. All the rooms are aesthetically decorated with Victorian furniture and are equipped with modern amenities like attached bathrooms with hot and cold water supply, multi-channel TV, telephone with ISD and STD facilities, mini bar, tea and coffee maker and many more like these for comfortable stay of its guests.

The multi cuisine restaurant at the hotel serves Kashmiri, Dogri, Mughlai, continental, Chinese and Indian delicacies. The coffee shop serves beverages and light snacks. The pool view bar stocks an enviable assortment of Indiana and foreign liquor.


List of Facilities
  • Doctor on call
  • Purified water
  • Free newspaper
  • Banquet


  • Royal Heath Spa
  • Health Club
  • Polo Bar
  • Library

Local Info

  • Distance From Airport

    10 Km
  • Distance From Station

    8 Km

Jammu is the gateway to the exotic state of Jammu and Kashmir lovingly called the Switzerland of India. It is also an important pilgrimage centre for Hindus owing to the presence of the Vaishno Devi temple in this city.