Your non-hotels with a panorama of 700 years

Looking for hotels in Patiala ? A sprawling garden-palace in the heart of culturally-rich Patiala, this 19th century architectural marvel is a heritage hotel restored by the Neemrana group that you can now discover ! The Baradari Palace has worked concertedly towards creating another niche whereby the experiencing of history and its architectural treasures has now become a part of the Punjab tourism repertoire. If the Patiala peg spells quantity – then in the same tradition, The Baradari Palace is one of the few heritage hotels in Patiala and hotels in Punjab that speaks volumes on hospitality and space !

Rooms

Kaursahib Ranbir Singh

Kaursahib Ranbir Singh

This room is situated on the second floor level and has access to a circular verandah over the garden axis. The interiors of the room are done up in soothing shades of beige and blue. It is named after Kaursahib Ranbir Singh who was...

Maharaja Mohinder Singh

Maharaja Mohinder Singh

A spacious suite with access to 2 terraces, it is situated on the second floor level of the Palace. It is done up in vibrant hues of orange and red. A portrait of the son of Maharaja Narinder Singh – Maharaja Mohinder Singh adorns the...

Maharaja Rajinder Singh

Maharaja Rajinder Singh

This suite is named after Maharaja Rajinder Singh who was described as “the first reigning Prince to blend the elements of the English gentleman and Indian potentate”. He implemented reforms, including endowments for a woman's hospital...

Raja Baba Ala Singh

Raja Baba Ala Singh

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings and a fireplace, it is done up in tasteful beige interiors. A portrait of Raja Baba Ala Singh hangs above the fireplace....

Raja Sardul Singh

Raja Sardul Singh

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings and an unusual chandelier, it is done up in lively, yellow interiors. It is named after Sardul Singh, who was the son of...

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