Sugan Niwas Hotel Overview
Reflecting colonial architecture and setting in its every corner, The Sugan Niwas Palace is the city’s popular heritage-boutique hotel. Built in the 1940, the palace was commissioned by Thakur Bhagirath Sighji of Khatipura, Rajsthan. His son Thakur Arun Sigh turned this residence into a hotel. Presently the heritage hotel in Jaipur serves guests with its colonial charm and luxurious facilities.
Owner Arun Sigh, who is a hotelier renovated the palace extensively to include modern amenities providing world-class services. The colonial décor of the rooms and lawns are left intact. They are gracefully adorned with family portraits and other Rajput art.
Located close to the central bus stand, Sugan Niwas Palace entertains both foreign and domestic tourists. The hotel is situated amidst a 4000-sqaure yards of garden with an outdoor swimming pool. The hotel management caters to all kinds of needs of its residents like reservations, bookings, car rentals, and travel desk. Savor the exclusive Rajasthani dishes at its in-house restaurant. The lawn beside the pool-side act hosts to gala events and banquet parties.
Category: Heritage-Boutique Hotel
Managed by: Thakur Arun Singh
City: Jaipur, Rajasthan
Rooms: Well-designed 18 colonial rooms
Access: 1 km from Jaipur Railway Station, 12 km from airport, and five mins from the central bus stand.
Amenities: 24-hour room service, dining, swimming pool, color television, astrologer on call, puppet show on demand, travel desk, corporate party venues.
The well-maintained 18 double-rooms of Sugan Niwas impress the travelers. Apart from a luxurious bed, bed light, study desk, and shower baths, the rooms enjoy a larger space. Rooms at Sugan Niwas are air-conditioned and have wi-fi connectivity to facilitate business deals.
The mulch-cuisine “Saffron” restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is also in-room service facility.
The Sugan Niwas Palace of Jaipur has its swimming pool built recently. It is a place for guests to relax during the daytime. Other features of this palace turned boutique hotel include barber on call, laundry, parking, garden meeting arrangements, and banquets.