Our propety is an impressive heritage building in Nawalgarh. With its monumental façade and combination of traditional and European elements, it is a good representative of British colonial architecture in India. It was constructed in 1934, during the time of Anandi Lal ji Hemraj Ji Koolwal. It has a magnificent frontage with stucco decorative colonnades and a series of rooms organized around a central hall. Itdeviates from the traditional courtyard house planning of the region. Stylistically too, it has more stucco work with very few external fresco paintings, which are otherwise typical to this region. It is very unique in this respect. The main building is a two– storied structure with frontal triple arche verandah openings and crowning parapets with decorative urns. The interiors are simple with very little decoration in the rooms. However, the emphasis is on bold and bright colors, and the openings are extenuated with multicolor borders or floral motifs, at times emulating tile or stonewall.
The proper has individually designed Deluxe Rooms, where one can witness and live like how the Maharajas used to. You will find the Kothi with antique furniture and a lot of importance has been given to detail to recreate life as it was almost 80-100 years ago. In the Nawalgarh, Koolwal Kothi offers visitors the elegance of a small Rajasthan Palace- like residence with all the comforts of a Heritage Hotel. It captures the charm of the princely city that was built in accordance with the ancient Hindu treatise. Set in a lovely garden, flanking the spacious green roundabout at a corner of Nawalgarh, the Hotel is a few minutes’ drive away from the walled city.
General : Shopping Kiosk 24 Hour Room Service Credit Card Accepted TV/Telephone in all rooms Swimming pool Spa Camel cart ride, jeepsafari on request on chargeable basis Heena and Tie Dye exhibition Cultural evening with Rajasthan Folk Dance. Cycle tours Wi-fi Dining : The Hotel’s fine dining Restaurant – offers a delightful gastronomic experience we serve authentic Rajasthani, Indian, Chinese, & Continental cuisine served & prepared by our chef which will leave your taste buds wanting more. A large percentage of ingredients are Certified as Organic. Conferences & Meetings : Conference hall which can accommodate upto 50 pax in theatre style
With our property as base, explore Beautiful surrounding Havelies (e.g. Poddar Museum, Morarka Haveli, Seksheriya Haveli, Jaipuria Haveli, etc), Famous Temples (Salasar Hanuman Ji, Rani Sati Temple, Khatu shyam Ji etc), Famous Destinations (e.g. Mandava, Fathepur, Ramgarh, etc), Taal Chapar(Famous Wild Life Sanctuary) Muraraka Haveli Opposite the Aath havelis is situated the Muraraka Haveli which boasts of some very fine paintings including the miniature paintings from the Krishna legends. Ananadi Lal Poddar Haveli This haveli is now converted into a school. It was built in the 1920s and displays many fine paintings. The old building is still well maintained as its only haveli in Shekhawati region to be restored by its owner. Distances from Key Destinations Delhi 285 Kms Jaipur 130 Kms Bikaner 260 Kms Jodhpur 310 Kms Khimsar 230 Kms Ajmer 270 Kms Udaipur 540 Kms
Excursions : Talchapar Asia's Great Blackbuck Sanctuary - 70 Km, is situated on the fringes of Thar Desert. The word 'Tal' means plain land. Sprawling over an area of 1334 sq km, and abode to a variety of birds, the Tal Chhappar wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan is an abode to a variety of birds widely renowned for Black Bucks. Salasar Balaji Temple - 60 Km The history of this temple dates back to 1811 in a village called Asota, where a farmer while ploughing his field, got stuck by some rock under the earth and when cleared by his wife, emerged an idol of Lord Hanuman. The Thakur of that village dreamt being asked to shift the idol of Salasar for proper religious incarnation. The Aath Haveli Complex True to its name, ‘Aath’ meaning eight, consists of a complex with eight havelis which lie on the west of the Bala fort. The frescoes on these havelis display the transition in the painting styles over time Khatu Shyamji (Krishna Temple) - 75Km Shakambhari Temple - 45km Lohargal - 3okms
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