Brijraj Bhawan Palace Hotel

Address: Civil Lines, Kota, Rajasthan, 324001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Civil Lines, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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        • Tennis Court


        • Minbar in room
        • Refrigerator in room
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Breakfast Available
        • High-speed internet in room (free)
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Drycleaning onsite
        • Concierge desk
        • Room service
        • Laundry

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBrijraj Bhawan Palace Hotel Kota

        Reviewed by hamham

        More like 2 and a half.

        Reviewed Sep 6, 2011
        by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        This hotel was ok but it could have been better. The restraunt was ok but the rooms themseleves were quite big but the service of the staff wasn't very welcoming.. Not a great reccomendation I am sure there are better places.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Brijraj Bhawan Palace Hotel Kota

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Kota

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        A travel blog entry by thorben79 on Sep 06, 2013

        2 comments, 15 photos

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        A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 26, 2012

        1 comment, 61 photos

        ... 8211; even though monkey attacks are probably pretty awful and presumably the bites can fester. So we wandered around the ruins, and watched a bunch of kids swimming in the baori (stepwell), then headed off in our trusty rickshaw to the next sight. The area around the hunting lodge is very nice, filled with old stepwells, and temples. Lots of people living in and around the ruins and of course, plenty of cows wandering about. No monkeys.

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        The Bright Blues Of Bundi

        A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Feb 01, 2012

        2 comments, 87 photos

        ... evening we went back to the hotel for a few beers and cards this time with the hotel owner. Despite having all the card luck in the world this guy clearly can't handle his booze and by the end of the evening he was up doing some proper Indian style dancing to everything from Take That to the Foo Fighters. Truely hysterical.

        Day 15: Thursday February 2nd

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        A travel blog entry by carolerich on Dec 25, 2011

        16 photos

        ... a visit if you are in this part of India. The fort is an odd mixture of walls and watch or battle towers and peaceful temples along with the Tower of Victory which has 147 steps to the top. The fort dates back to the 8th century and in 1303 it was besieged by the Pathan King of Delhi who captured the beautiful Padmini – wife of the Rani king. When defeat was inevitable, the men rode out to die in battle and the Rajput ...