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Palace Kawardha

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 27 March 2016

Our family of three adults stayed in two separate large suites at the Palace Kawardha. The rooms were comfortable and equipped as one would expect for a 20th century colonial Palace. The public areas and marbled verandahs of the Palace were impressive and cool drinks served by the Palace staff after a day of sightseeing were a pleasure. Maharaja Yogeshwar...

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Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 6 February 2016

If you have done the Golden Triangle or want to experience what authentic rural India is like, after 25 trips all over India, I recommend Chhattishgarh where the REAL India still lives! We have been there 4 times and will certainly return again! One of my recommendations for a wonderful place to stay is Palace Kawardha, which is 2 ½...

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2Thank drreinisch
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 March 2012

Arriving at this beautiful and remote palace, the first impression is that we are welcomed as if old friends. The rooms are palatial, with marble everywhere. The host and hostess are greatly personable and are very keen to show off the many aspects of the palace, the town and the local district. Being in a Baigha Tribal area, visits to...

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5Thank tigerlover
London
Reviewed 4 March 2012

This is a gem of a property nestled within the beautiful Maikal hills and forests. The palace belongs to the royals of the former princely state of Kawardha. A beautiful imposing building set in a peaceful little town barely touched by the chaos and pollution of other tourist hotspots in India. The surrounding forests and hills have an air of...

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3Thank Ndk2011
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 30 October 2011

wow palace kawardha best place ever to be an feel like a royal family and the best part is wht i call heaven is this palace kawardha. and guys i would like to add that food is beautiful an i never belived it untill i saw for my self the palace queen her self personally makes food an me beeing...

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5Thank Bean m
Kentallen, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 September 2011

Dear Curryman, Nice to know you ,I just want to tell you that I am from UK ,Kent and I came to palace kawardha 5 years back and now again it’s my 2nd visit I was they from the 7-sep-2011 to 9-sep-2011 and when I was staying in the palace I was using they internet services and by chance I...

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TheCurryman
Reviewed 3 April 2011

The palace looks pretty decent and one is surprised to find such a building in a small town like this one.Me and my wife stayed there in late '90ies and then the palace was way out of a rather pretty town which has mushroomed since then and nowadays the palace is surrounded by ugly buildings typicall for this countrey.But not...

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3Thank TheCurryman
LONDON
Reviewed 16 June 2010

Palace Kawardha is a little known delight many miles off the tourist track. It is located between Raipur in Chattisgarrh and Kahna National Park, so it is a convenient stop over for travellers flying to Raipur and on by car to the tiger camp of Singinawa in Khana Park. It is a destination in its own right for those looking...

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Additional Information about Palace Kawardha

Address: Rani Durgawati, Kawardha 491995, India
Region: India > Chhattisgarh > Kawardha
Number of rooms: 8
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“Free WiFi available but not in the rooms due to very thick walls. More boosters are planned. Ask for private outdoor space if you want it.”
 of 5 bubbles drreinisch, 6 Feb 2016 | Read review
“All the rooms are terrific.”
 of 5 bubbles tigerlover, 30 Mar 2012 | Read review
“Get the one with the verandah.”
 of 5 bubbles Ndk2011, 4 Mar 2012 | Read review
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