Motel Chandrawati

The newly built Motel offers facilities in 3 AC and 3 Non AC room with modern comfort situated on main road leading to Indore (MP) Rooms have channel TV and telephone. Restaurant offers standard veg/non veg meals and serves variety of drinks . Local city tour and excursions are organized from the reception desk. Hotel provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with safety and security.

Reach Us:
Jhalawar has no airport its own. The nearest airport is Kota, lying some 87 km away.
Bus Stand: The place is well connected with Bundi, Kota and Jaipur. Infect NH12 passes through Jhalawar.
Railway Station: The nearest rail head is Ramganj Mandi, at a distance of 25 Km. It is on the main Delhi Mumbai line. However, not all trains stop here. To reach here, Dehradun Express and Frontier Mail, which have stops here, should be opted for.

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.

Centrally Located
Doctor on Call
Car Rental
Dormitory System Lodging for Drivers


Tariff: Tariff on EP
NonA. C.
Rooms 3 3
Double 900 600
Single 900 600
Extra Bed 300 200
Dormitory per Bed, per day Rs. 250/-
Note : Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order at the time of Check out.
EP = Room Rent


Contact Us:
Motel Chandrawati
Patan Road, N. H. No. - 12, Jhalawar
Contact Person: Mr.
P. K. Singh
Mobile: +91
94145 83445
Tel: +91-7432-234023
Email: chandrawati@rtdc.in

About Jhalawar

The Enchanting Wilderness –The princely state of the Jhalas was created in 1838 A.D., after being separated from Kota by the British.

Remarkable contributions from various rulers including Zalim Singh I made it a culturally rich state. Lying in the south-eastern region of Rajasthan at the edge of the Malwa plateau, Jhalawar has rocky but water-laden verdant landscape, unlike much of Rajasthan. With some exquisite pre-historic cave paintings, massive forts, thickly wooded forests and exotic wildlife variety, Jhalawar boasts of rich historic as well as natural wealth.Jaipur One can spot countless species of birds as one drives past the lush countryside. Red poppy fields and orange laden orchards make the countryside all the more fascinating and colourful during winters. The area around Bhawanbi Mandi is known for contributing a major share to the production of citrus fruit in the country.

Places to visit:
Jhalwara Fort (Garh Palace), Government Museum and Bhawani Natya Shala

Rain Basera (6 km): A picturesque wooden cottage on the banks of the Kishan Sagar Pond is an idyllic haunt for picnickers. The place is now run as Timber House Resort by RTDC.

Jhalrapatan (6 km): The small town is popularly known as ‘City of bells’. Amagnificent 10th Century Surya Temple is the major attraction.

Chandrabhaga Temple (7 km): On banks of Chandrabhaga River stand 7th Century A.D. temples. Jaipur
Gagron Fort: Impressive fort built during 8th to 14th Century A.D. stands witness to many great battles and is surrounded by the tranquil waters of the Ahu and Kali Sindh rivers on the three sides.

Kolvi Caves: Ancient Buddhist caves are located in the village Kolvi (90 km). More details...

Dalhanpur (54 km): Ancient ruins of impressive temples extend over an area of 2 km. Marvelously carved pillars, torans andexquisite sculptures make the temples interesting situated on the bank of river Chhapi, where an irrigation dam is constructed. Dense forests with lush foliage add to the natural beauty of the spot.

Festivals: Chandrabhaga fair is held every year in the month of kartik (oct.-Nov) when an air of celebration pervades the whole area. On the r bank of Chandrabhaga River thousands gather on the full moon night to take holy dip. A bid cattle fair also takes place at this time. Fair provides ample opportunity to the travelers to acquaint themselves with the people of this area, culture and traditions.