Taj Usha Kiran Palace,
India, Madhya Pradesh
Info : Taj Usha Kiran Palace
This 120 year-old palace in the heart of Gwalior is a fascinating and beautiful place to stay, undoubtedly one of the best choices in the area. Rich in history, the rooms and spaces are filled with antique pieces that demand admiring, such as Venetian mirrors and mosaics in mother of pearl. Take the time to admire the intricate stone carvings and filigree ornamentation. You’ll find lovely landscaped gardens, great facilities, and first-class service.
Bustling Gwalior sits on the northernmost point in Madhya Pradesh, surrounded by jagged cliffs. The first thing that gets your attention is the magnificent sandstone fort. The Old Town is picturesque, with a particularly beautiful mosque and a 16th century tomb. Opposite the hotel, visit Jai Vilas Palace and the Scindia museum to see some truly extravagant European artefacts. At the hotel, there’s a great Ayurveda spa, plenty of outdoor sports and activities, great facilities for children, and award-winning restaurant and bar.
There are 32 rooms and eight suites in total and each one is uniquely decorated, giving Taj Usha Kiran Palace an intimate feel. All are spacious with attractive views of the pool or gardens and tasteful furnishings, including fascinating artefacts. Choose a deluxe room for extra space and particularly lavish bathrooms.
This is THE place to stay when visiting Gwalior, admired for its fantastic location, thoughtful facilities, and top-notch service.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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