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WelcomHeritage Hotels represent the best traditions of heritage hospitality in India. It offers 20 exclusive heritage destinations in India where you could savor the best of Indian traditions. WelcomHeritage was set up with the express objective of bringing some of the finest heritage properties of India to the discerning travelers. Marudhar Hotels brought some of the finest heritage properties to the alliance. WelcomHeritage Hotels contains, within its fold, palaces and forts, ancestral mansions and resorts, each a residence as well as a living monument to India's regal past. The experience in each royal home is exquisitely different. India tours and travel offers you India hotel packages providing the best accommodation options in India.
Today WelcomHeritage is India's popular Heritage chain of Hotels. The concept of heritage hospitality came up to aid and facilitate the curious guests attempts to get to know India's great traditions. WelcomHeritage is an alliance between the ITC Hotels, India's foremost and fastest growing chain of hotels, and Marudhar Hotels, a group owned by Maharaja Gaj Singh of Jodhpur. With India tours and travel you can book any hotel of the WelcomHeritage group of hotels in India.
Corbett Ramganga Resort, Corbett: Sprawled across 20 acres in the hinterland of Corbett Country is the abode of the adventure seeker - Corbett Ramganga Resort. Corbett is set in the beautiful undulating Shivalik foothills of the Himalayas in Uttaranchal with the placid Ramganga River flowing through most parts of the resort. The resort has 16 rooms and suites with 10 deluxe Swiss cottage safari tents under thatched cover. Games like fishing, elephant rides, jeep safaris, bird watching, indoor/outdoor games.
Solang Valley Resort, Manali: WelcomHeritage Solang Valley Resort offers you the perfect getaway from the madding crowds, yet complete with all the comforts of civilization. Twenty rooms built in blocks of eight and twelve are tastefully appointed with local weaves and artistry adding the local touch, while the wooden floors give you warmth and comfort. Gourmet meals are served in a cozy ambient restaurant flavored with the mellow sound of folk music that pampers your senses.
Woodville Palace, Shimla: Woodville Palace has a history, which goes back to 1865 when Sir William Mansfield, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Army became the first resident of this charming estate. The Raja Rana of Jubbal State reconstructed the building in 1938 and Kanwar Uday Singh, the grandson of the Raj of Jubbal in 1977, then converted it into a heritage hotel.
Bal Samand Palace, Mandore Road, Jodhpur: Bal Samand Palace is a fine specimen of the Rajput architecture. Built in red sand stone and surrounded by wide expanses of lush green gardens, it offers a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of lively town of Jodhpur. Situated on the banks of the Bal Samand Lake - a 13th century water reservoir that supplied drinking water to the city, it has been as exquisite setting for royal leisure and recreation for centuries. The Palace has recently been converted into a hotel with all modern amenities.
Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat, Ranakpur: Maharani Bagh, a Welcomheritage hotel, is a delightful orchard retreat situated between Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Mount Abu (Rajasthan, India). The orchards, surrounded by the Aravalli hills were laid out in the late 19th century by the Maharani of Jodhpur and have always been a favorite resort for the members of the Jodhpur royal family. It is only 4 km away from the famous Ranakpur Temples and 40 Km from the imposing Kumbalgarh Fort.
Sardar Samand Palace, Jodhpur: The Sardar Samand Palace, a hunting lodge built by H.H. Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1933, is replete with impressive art deco architecture. All the original features have been retained and its expansive grounds and gardens offer delightful walks. Overlooking the large lake teeming with birdlife, the lake resort affords one of the most breath taking beautiful views of Lake Sardar Samand.
The Judge's Court, Pragpur, Kangra: Reflecting the ambience of the Anglo-Indian traditions, this country manor was built by Justice Sir Jai Lal at the turn of the century. Spread over ten acres of orchards, the hotel offers a magnificent view of the snow peaks. Located near the ornamental village tank, and approached by a cobbled street, this courtyard haven captures its original bygone era. Pragpur is also the first notified heritage village in India.
Taragarh Palace, Palampur, Kangra: The Taragarh Palace is one of the most scenic and unexplored areas of Himachal Pradesh. Formerly known as Alhilal (land of the crescent moon), the palace was built in the early 1930s as a summer resort. Taragarh Palace is at the foot of the Dhauladhar Mountains at a height of 1000 meters with a magnificent view of snow-capped peaks. Now it is run as a heritage hotel in Taragarh.
Umaid Bhawan Palace, Kota: Umaid Bhawan Palace exudes an aura distinctly of its own, suggesting the hues of the nearby desert; Steeped in history, the Palace hotel subtly blends Rajput and Victorian architecture. Lush Lawns and courtyards, picturesque ceilings, marble corridors, treasure troves; hunting trophies of yesteryears alongwith exquisite royal heirlooms complete the regal picture.
Connaught House, Mount Abu: Connaught House is a Welcomheritage hotel. It is a charming English cottage set in shady gardens within walking distance of the town of Mount Abu (Rajasthan, India) and the famous Nakki Lake. This property of the Maharaja was formerly the official summer residence of the Chief Minister of the princely state of Marwar.
Royal Camp - Nagaur Fort Jodhpur: The massive protective walls of the historic Nagaur Fort encompass an ancient complex of richly painted palaces, mosques, temples, intricate reservoirs, water systems, fountains, open terraces and pleasure gardens dating back to the Mughal times. Delicate paintings adorn many of the walls and ceilings of the palaces. The old city also contains several mosques, including one commissioned by Akbar.
The Fort - Nalagarh, Solan: Nalagarh Fort was built in 1421 during the reign of Raja Bikram Chand. It was ruled by the Chandra Rajputs who came from Chanderi in the Bundelkhand region of Central India. The fort is located on a hillock at the foothills of the Himalayas, surrounded by endless acres of greenery. Replete with all modern amenities, Fort Nalagarh is an ideal retreat away from the madding crowd.
Karni Fort, Udaipur: Hotel Karni Fort in Udaipur Of great interest is the whole process of conversation and restoration, which the owners, Thakur and Thakurani Sunder Singh of Sodawas and their aristocratic family undertook, to convert the majestic fort into an immaculate Heritage Resort. at Hotel Karni Fort in Udaipur architectural elements have been aesthetically replicated and the original fortifications and turrets left virtually untouched.
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