Pushkar Palace Hotel Overview
The Pushkar Palace along the bank of the Pushkar Lake was built in the 15th century by the Maharaja of Jaisalmer. Afterwards, the palace was presented to the Maharaja of Kishangarh by him. From the palace, one can have a magnificent view of the Aravali hills, 400 temples and sand dunes. The Pushkar Palace is a landmark hotel in Pushkar and attracts the discerning international tourists in large numbers throughout the year. Being located very near to the center of the town, the Pushkar Palace provides a breathtaking view of the palaces, ancient temples and the sand dunes, which are just a stone’s throw away. With well-decorated rooms, al fresco restaurants and high-end hospitality, the Pushkar Palace has surely carved a niche for itself over the years and makes your holiday a memorable one.
Type : Standard Heritage
Managed by : Individual Hotel
Location : Pushkar – Rajasthan
No. of Rooms : 53
Cards accepted : Visa and Master and other major cards
Access : 13 km from Ajmer Railway Station, 153 km from Jaipur Airport
Amenities : Indian, Continental and Regional cuisines. Tennis and angling facilities. Travel desk, laundry, doctor on call, car rental and spacious car parking area, clock room, swimming pool, STD/ISD telephone, camping, Jeep, Horse and Camel’s safari, camel karwan, Minibar, Elevators, Satellite T.V., Currency changing etc.
Pushkar Palace houses 28 Deluxe Rooms and 25 Suites (all air-conditioned). All the Suites provide a very good view of the lake and the garden. Moreover, specialized accommodation facilities for single, double, triple or family are also available at this hotel. Complete with 24-hours satellite T.V., telephone and a minibar, Pushkar Palace makes your stay at the hotel a comfortable and memorable one. Special period furniture, frescoes, family portraits and old paintings are some of the other attractions at the Pushkar Palace.
Facilities and Amenities
Safaris on jeeps, camels or horses are quite popular here and can be arranged for a few hours to take a look around the place. The Royal Desert Camp, organized by the Pushkar Palace authorities is also well known and has been running successfully for the last 20 years. Camel Karwans and Camel Carts or more popularly the Camel Rath is another offering from this hotel to its guests.
One can lay his/her hands on one of the most sumptuous meals at Prince, the restaurant at Pushkar Palace. Offering Continental, Chinese and Indian dishes, Prince is a very popular hangout here. This restaurant also serves special A-La-Carte menus and buffets. While tea, coffee and room service is attended upon from 6 a.m. till 11 p.m., the Special German bakery at Prince dishes out some of the mouth watering bakery items to its customers.