Where once the Maharanas of Mewar held court, today you can hold forth
Maharana Fateh Singh, one of the greatest Maharanas of Mewar, ruled from 1884 to
1930. This palace, constructed during his reign as an exclusive venue for royal
functions, has been meticulously preserved for discerning guests.
The Durbar Hall Sabhagaar, which is one of the main features of the hotel, is of historical
significance as in 1909 Lord Minto, the Viceroy of India, laid its foundation stone:
The hall was originally called Minto Hall in his honour.
Located on the eastern shores of the picturesque Lake Pichola, the palace seems
to have floated straight out of a fairytale.
The history-soaked interiors, dotted with miniature paintings, portraits, royal
artefacts and the armoury of the Mewar dynasty transport you to legendary times.
The suites and rooms decorated with original paintings and period furniture from
the toshakhanas or royal storerooms, cocoon you in velvety luxury as you soak in
the ever-changing hues of the lake from large arched windows.
The Durbar Hall Sabhagaar and Crystal Gallery, resplendent with rare paintings and objects
dart, connect you to a rich and authentic heritage.
Plan holidays, conferences, meetings or celebratory events here: Now you'll be the
one making history at Fateh Prakash Palace.
Dovecote Premier Suites:
• Suites have period furniture, portraits and original miniature paintings • All room and suites with private sitting areas • Room facilities include air-conditioning, international direct dial telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar
Fateh Prakash Palace has been awarded:
- The National Tourism Award for the best heritage hotel in Heritage Grand category
2001 - 02, 2002 - 03, 2005 - 06 , 2006 - 07 & 2008 - 09 by the Department of
Tourism, Government of India.
- In 2007 - 08, Goverment of India, Ministry of Tourism "Recognised the outstanding
performance in Hospitality Sector"
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