About us

The Three Hotels Featured Here Are Owned And Run By The Royal Family of Kishangarh. These Magnificent Buildings, Once Used As Private Palaces, Now Have Been Reinvented As Heritage Hotels So That Everbody Can Enjoy The Experiance And Be A Part of History.

In the pic : H.H Maharajadhiraj Maharaja Brajraj Singh Bahadur
H.H Maharani Meenakshi Devi
Princess Vaishnavi Kumari, Princess Sarveshwari Kumari

About our Hotels

Phool Mahal Palace, Kishangarh

Located in central Rajasthan,Phool Mahal Palace Hotel,Kishangarh offer you the very best of Rajasthan’s heritage and culture. Here you will find product excellence and warmth of a friendly staff providing impeccable services, inspired by centuries of Royal Indian tradition.

Phool Mahal Palace Hotel has an enviable location. The majestic Kishangarh fort with its 17’th century moat is its backdrop and it faces the vast rain fed Gundalao Lake in front. Guest bedrooms are traditional yet contemporary, with exclusive frescoed paintings and have all modern cmenities. Dine amongest Royal family heirlooms – the combination of age-old Kishangarh family recipes with friendly services will surely tempt your palate.

Sightsee the private Kishangarh Fort and get transported to 17’th century world. Visit the workshop of artists. Ramble in the bye lanes of Purana Shahar (Old City) or simply soak in the spectacular scenery around, alive with nature and bird song. Activities include Yoga Lessons, picnics, cycling, badminton, trekking etc. Roopangarh, Ajmer, Pushkar are all within day touring distance.

Roopangarh Fort, Roopangarh

A.D.1611 : Kishangarh – where every inch of land was conquered by a brave lineage of kings; who after many a glorious battle and heroic secrifices, established their kingdom.

A.D.1649 : Roopangarh – they made it their Capital. For a hunderd years, it became a town of unparralled grace a Roopanagar which literally means a ‘city of beauty’. Roopangarh Fort became the hub of activity. Within its nine turreted fortification were made foundries, armouries,granaries, secret passages, jails and step-wells. Adjacent to the ‘charbhuja’ (4 towered fortification) nestled the palaces, delicated and fragile. The beauty of living was transcribed to a refined architecture in the form of large audience halls, incredibly high ceilings, wide doors and casements as if the inhabitants drank nothing but the exhilarating breeze.

Today : The majestic Fort stands like a sentinel, surveying the passage of time – 350 years have come and gone and many a stone records facts of its past, especially for the traveller who enjoys a sense of history and seeks a story from the silent walls.

Kishangarh House, Mount Abu

Amdist the natural beauty of the vardant hills of Mount abu, Kishangarh House is situated on a terraced plateau overlooking the south-west panorama. Sarrounded by Silver Birch, Mango and Palm trees covering an area of over five acres, this family run Heritage Hotel dates back to year 1894 when it wass called the victoria house and was used by the Maharajas of Kishangarh as their summer residence; it was and is ideally located being walking distance from the main high street of Mt. Abu, Polo Ground and other places of tourist interest