Hotel Chambal

The Hotel is situated on the main road and around 3 km from Railway/ Bus Station. Hotel has AC and Non AC double and family rooms with modern facilities- intercom/channel TV and western style attached toilets. Restaurant serves Indian and Rajasthani cuisines and well stocked bar to make one in high spirit. Hotel provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with safety and security.

Reach Us:
5 kms
Bus Stand: 0.5 km towards East
Railway Station: 4kms


Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets with running Hot & Cold Water Telephone & Colour Television facility available in each room

Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian and Continental cuisine.

Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor & wine.


Centrally Located
Doctor on Call
Car Rental
Lush Green Garden
Internet, Fax & STD
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning
Parking Facility
Dormitory for Drivers


Tariff: On EP Plan 
                      Off Season Tariff - Apr to Sept
Season Tariff - Oct. to March
A. C.
Non A.C.
NonA.C.F Room
A. C.
NonA. C.
NonA.C.F Room
Rooms 7 7 1 7 7 1
Double 1600 1200   1900 1600  1200  1900
Single 1300  1000   - 1300  1000   -
ExtraBed 400  350  350 400   350    350
Note : Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order at the time of Check out.
Tariff is subject to change without any notice
EP = Room Rent


About Kota

An amazing, juxtaposition of majestic medieval age and modern industrialization, mainly the Hydro Electric Plant on the Chambal River and the Nuclear Power Plant. It has a few traces of its past still left. The fort overlooking the river Chambal is the foremost tourist attraction. It also houses the museum with a rich collection of art and artefacts and some elaborately painted chambers.

Earlier it was a part of Bundi state, but later itJaipur grew to be a bigger state. What retains the past glory are the untouched wealth of impressive forts, opulent palaces and temples dating back over several centuries. These temples were conquered by the Hada chieftain Rao Deva. It was at the time of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir that Rao Ratan Singh gifted this territory to his son Madho Singh. The Kota state is reflected in the form of a beautiful collection of Stone Idols (murties) in the Raj Mahal, embellished with gold stained glass work on the walls, the silver mirror work on ceilings and the marvellous wall paintings.