Historic Resort Hotels (HRH) is India’s only chain of heritage palace-hotels and resorts
under private ownership. Headquartered in Udaipur, a city founded in 1559 on the
banks of Lake Pichola, HRH Group of Hotels is preserving palaces and sanctuary -
resorts. The group offers regal experiences in island-palaces, museums, galleries,
car collections, and much more.
Shiv Niwas Palace and Fateh Prakash Palace in Udaipur and Gajner Palace,
Gajner are classified Grand Heritage Palaces. The National
Tourism Award for best heritage hotel in 'Heritage Grand' category was awarded to
Fateh Prakash Palace in 2001-02, 2002-03, 2005-06 and 2006-07. Shiv Niwas Palace
received this prestigious award of the Government of India for three consecutive
years from 1997.
Jagmandir Island Palace a palace on an
island in Lake Pichola – is developed as a Grand Heritage Palace, an early 17th
century island-palace, it is now playing host to 21st century guests.
Shikarbadi Hotel and Garden Hotel in Udaipur, The Aodhi in Kumbhalgarh, Fateh Bagh in Ranakpur, Gorbandh Palace in Jaisalmer and Karni Bhawan Palace in Bikaner are
'Royal Retreats' of the group. Ramgarh Resort & Polo Complex in Ramgarh near
Jaipur has been developed as India’s first polo destination.