Famed for its warm welcoming staff, exquisite facilities and amazing location amid lush greenery and near a French country house, Sheikhpura kothi is spread across 100 acres of farmland. The rooms are well equipped with fantastic and antique interior offering splendid view of the garden and 24 hour room service. There are recreational activities like excursions, games, swimming, work out in the gym, reading books in well arrayed library, indulging in billiards and a lot more.
Amid lush greenery, the property of the hotel is 150 years old and since it lies in the territory of James Skinner, the Anglo-Indian military in India hailed by the name “Sikandar Sahib” almost all his life.
Sheikhpura Kothi has 7 rooms and suites which are well embellished with antique furniture, peaceful ambiance. The rooms have four poster beds covered in excellent quality bed covers; there is a separate sitting area with comfortable sofas, Cable TV connection, air conditioner/fan, telephone and 24 hour room service. The view of lush gardens of the hotel area is rejuvenating.
Sheikhpura Kothi has a restaurant which offers scrumptious multi-cuisine dishes. Splurge in amazing Indian thalis, Chinese noodles, Italian pizza and what not! And feed your soul as you sit back amid a brilliantly neat and charming ambiance enjoying the view of lush green gardens of the hotel.
Hisar has a rich history which lies unscathed even today. The city had been adorned by those rulers which are not only known for their power but their architectural intellect as well; like Mauryans, Tughlaqs, Mughals and British and few others. The Agroha dham dating back to the time of Maharaja Agrasen speaks volumes about his grandeur. Asigarh Fort by Prithvi Chauhan again is a major tourist attraction as the charm of this mahal never did and never will fade. Check out some other exciting highlights of the city below.
Things to do in Hisar:
Agroha dham: Visit this charming place dating back to the time of Maharaja Agrasen 5136 years ago which also has temple complex dedicated to `goddess Saraswati and Lakshmi.
Asigarh fort: The fort is magnificently captivating and is also known as Prithvi Raj Chauhan ka mahal. It underwent construction two times in different era of George Thomas and British Raj who built a cantonment in 1803.
Lohari Ragho: This small village is famous for the Harrappan ceramics which were excavated here.
Dargah Char Qutub : As the name suggests this is Dargah of four holy saints and others as well.
Firoz Shah Palace: walled with four incredible gates, this palace has underground apartments, a mosque and Diwan-e-aam. The palace was built by Firoz Shah Suri for his beloved wife.
Rakhi garhi: This village was the largest city during the Indus valley civilization. There is also a dry river bed of River Saraswati which used to flow here until 2000 BC.Book Now