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Kesar Bhawan Palace

Mount Abu - 307501, Rajasthan, India


Rooms 25

"Perched atop Mount Abu, flanked by scenic views and verdant landscapes, The Kesar Bhawan Palace is an abode of peace and serenity. Built in the 18th century, the palace is one of the oldest such structures in the area, furnishing an impeccable old world charm. With amazing facilities and outstanding services at the assistance of the guests, The Kesar Bhawan Palace aims to provide a royal experience. Located a kilometer distance away from the Nakki Lake, the Kesar Bhawan is an embodiment of Rajasthan's rich history and hospitality, reflected through its great ambience and service.

Hotel Detail Info -

Kesar Bhawan Palace had been the rest house of the people residing there; receiving an average of 150 inches rainfall annually, this region is visited for its inherent grandeur. 

Kesar Bhawan Palace in Rajasthan has 2 Duplex Suites, and also 23 deluxe rooms which are all provided with private pavilions. You can watch the beautiful view of the landscape outside. There is an attached bath provided with 24 hours running hot and cold water. Inside the room you shall find colored television and telephone. There are also tea and coffee makers inside the room. 

Kesar Bhawan Palace offers various types of local dishes along with Indian, Chinese and Continental menu. 


List of Facilities
  • Doctor on call
  • Nature walk
  • Marriage arrangements
  • Restaurant with a view.
  • Swimming Pool
  • Beauty Parlor
  • Safety Lockers
  • Currency Exchange
  • Laundry and Dry- cleaning
  • Parking


  • Swimming pool
  • Health club
  • Jogging tracks
  • Sightseeing

Local Info

  • Distance From Airport

    188 Km
  • Distance From Station

    27 Km

The highest peak in the Aravalli Range is called Mount Abu. The exquisite scenic beauty, comprising of lakes, rivers and waterfalls makes it an Oasis in the Desert. Evergreen forests being quite rare in the Thar Desert, consisting mainly of vast stretches of undulating sand dunes, Mount Abu is a relief from the monotonous topography. Dilwara Temple, Jain Temple and the Wild Life Sanctuary make this place worth visiting.