Located on the banks of the Pushkar Lake, Pushkar palace is the former house of the Maharaja of Kishangarh, which is now one of the most popular heritage hotels of Pushkar. The property boasts of vintage furniture, graphic frescoes and beautiful rare paintings. The air-conditioned rooms and suites at the hotel are spacious and well-equipped with modern amenities. At the on-site restaurant, guests can savor lip-smacking delicacies and finest of beverages, while enjoying the view of the lake. Indulge in Rajputana hospitality.
Of the numerous palaces erected by the erstwhile kings and princes, while on their hunting expeditions, Hotel Pushkar Palace is one such. Erected by the Maharaja of Kishangarh, 400 years ago, this palace was converted into a Heritage Hotel in due course of time. Presently under the Government of India, this Hotel indeed, evokes a regal sensation of Rajasthani hey days with its distinct architecture, handiworks and royal comfort.
Categorized into 45 deluxe rooms and 5 suites, the spacious rooms at Hotel Pushkar Palace have attached balconies for watching the natural scenario outside. All the rooms are air conditioned and are again classified into single, double or triple rooms for family stay. To increase the aristocracy of the rooms, beautiful mattresses are laid; often with floral motifs. Beautiful frescoes, old paintings and ancient furniture collaborate to create a noble ambiance. Satellite television with unique sound system is placed inside.
The in-house restaurant at Hotel Pushkar Palace named Prince, serves breakfast, dinner and lunch. Various German bakery items served here along with Continental Indian and Chinese delicacies. Tea, coffee and buffet are also served here.
Distance From Airport150 Km
Distance From Station13 Km
It is said that a visit to the Brahma Temple at Pushkar is indispensable for the fulfillment of desires; since this temple is the only of its kind, found nowhere else in India, a visit to the four consecrated Dhams is incomplete without a visit to this temple in Pushkar. A Hindu pilgrim therefore never fails to visit here. The Pushkar Lake is considered to be highly sacramental to the Hindus. A dip is supposed to relieve them from all traumatic situations in life.