Welcome to this spectacular edifice of Raj Niwas Palace, Dholpur, known for its red colour sandstone rather than precious stones. Dholpur was a protectorate of the British East India Company from 1779 onwards. In 1949, it merged with the young Indian Nation and in 1956 the princely state ceased to exist. Apparently Dholpur Palace was built to welcome HRH Albert Edward, when he visited in 1876.
With vibrant history and a rich heritage, Dholpur Palace also known as Raj Niwas Palace, today beckons the rulers of the time, to a mesmerizing journey back in time. Once home to generations of Royals, this converted palace still reflects the magnificence of the Rajasthani architecture of that era.
Raj Niwas Palace is more lustrous than it ever was, having been refurbished extravagantly. Its simple exterior of Red Stone leaves you unprepared for the sheer opulence of the interiors. The Palace is one of a kind a unique example of the Indian fascination for European, and especially Dutch ceramics.
Set in 13 acres of garden, the Palace grounds are full of peacock and bird life that nip over from the National Chambal Sanctuary near it. Offering a total of 40 rooms to its guest with three different categories, the palace is a perfect place to base yourself.
A Landmark hotel in Dholpur, Raj Niwas Palace delivers exceptional service and unique decor and array of luxury amenities with a refreshing mix of Indian heritage and modern facilities .