An avid traveler must have heard, at least once in his life time, that Rajasthan is synonymous to royal life. When we talk about the northern state of India called Rajasthan, which literally means the ‘land of kings and queens’ then it becomes obvious to talk about royal and luxury living. Here, we are talking about Mount Abu, Rajasthan’s only hill station, situated in the Aravalli Range in Pindwara. Like other popular tourist attractions in Rajasthan, that offer stay in heritage hotels, Mount Abu also has some royal settings at your disposal.
Mount Abu is not only acknowledged for nestling spiritual places and shrines but is also famous for heritage hotels that offer luxury living.
So, if you are one of those people, who are fond of a regal stay during your vacation, then the list of hotels we have brought to you, is most sought after one, and will help you choosing the right location.
- The Palace Hotel (Bikaner House)
Built in 1893, the Palace Hotel, Bikaner House, in Mount Abu is an eminent member of the heritage. Designed by a well-known British architect, Sir Swinton Jacob, this property was once the summer residence of Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner, Later, Maharaja Karni Singhji chose to turn it into a hotel in the year 1962. It is now a classified ‘Heritage Hotel’. There are a total of 33 rooms in the hotel and each of them has a unique ambience of historical and modern blend. While they project the flamboyance of old world, at the same time, picturesque suits accommodate all kinds of modern amenities to make your stay very relaxed. You can enjoy activities like tennis, billiards, table tennis etc. in the hillside setting. You can gorge on traditional king size Rajasthani thali, served in the huge dining hall and enjoy the view from the rooms.
Built in 1893, the Palace Hotel, Bikaner House, in Mount Abu is an eminent member of the heritage.
- WelcomeHeritage Connaught House
If you want to experience English architecture or you wish to see true footprints of colonial dominance then WelcomeHeritage Connaught House can be the perfect choice. The property is located in the middle of the foothills of Mount Abu. The cottage is quiet but seems to be expressive as if it has witnessed the grandeur of historical trials. It was once owned by the Royals but now has been turned into heritage hotel. The property has a total of 10 rooms which say a lot about luxurious and artful lives of Royals, and at the same time, they also show substantial impact of the West. Apart from visiting the famous Dilwara Jain Temple, you can enjoy boating in sparkling Nakki Lake.
WelcomeHeritage Connaught House is located in the middle of the foothills of Mount Abu.
- Kishandgarh House
This Victorian style architectural colossal periods around 1890 which was built for Maharaja of Kishangarh. This property is located centrally, therefore it is well connected with local sight scenes and market area. The lush green gardens of the Kishangarh House make it a visual treat for people who come here in the search of tranquility and peace. You can enjoy doing activities like trekking to Guru Sikhar, which is the highest peak of the Aravalli. You can also enjoy picnics, camping and visiting famous tourist attractions like such as Toad rock, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary and Trevors Tank. You would love to relish upon mouthwatering food, inspired by traditional royal recipes here.
The lush green gardens of the Kishangarh House make it a visual treat for people who come here in the search of tranquility and peace.
- Kesar Bhawan Palace
The property is as old as 1868 A.D. It was built by King Maharao Umed Singh of Sirohi but it has now been converted into an eco-friendly heritage hotel by Daivat Singh. The Kesar Bhawan palace flaunts a massive garden area which is around 7 acres. The hotel gives a panoramic view of the stunning hilly surroundings. You can enjoy eating sumptuous food in the lounge that also has a fire-place. Visitors get amazed with the view of garden that has 100 years old trees. There is a separate garden for kids as well.
So just pack your bags and let your hair loose in the air. Leave the stress behind and live like Royals in Mount Abu.
The property is as old as 1868 A.D. It was built by King Maharao Umed Singh of Sirohi but it has now been converted into an eco-friendly heritage hotel by Daivat Singh.