Shiv Niwas Palace
A crescent adorning the southern end of the Palace
complex, the Shiv Niwas Palace was originally Maharana
Fateh Singhji's residence. The rooms around this
awe-inspiring courtyard were used as a place for
entertaining personal guests. It was the vision of the
His Late Highness Maharana Bhagwat Singhji Mewar, which
led to its conversion into a luxury hotel. This is now
categorised as a Grand Heritage Palace as it has been
restored to its original pristine glory.
Elegantly appointed suites with private terraces, choice
Indian and continental fare, a friendly pool-deck, a
treasure-trove of souveniers and precious gems, a
Scottish Band, this former royal guest house has all
this and more to make your visit memorable.
It is noteworthy that a state-of-the-art sewage and
recycling water treatment plant ensures efficient
disposal of all waste products and use of water.
The Grand heritage hotel encourages the planting of
trees and the conservation of those already existing in
and around the City Palace complex.
Imperial Suite has Green Decor and Glass Inlay work on
the walls, Large sitting room - Room No. 17 and Fountain
in the bedroom with silver coated furniture - Room No.
Royal Suite or the Honeymoon suite has painted dome
ceiling - Room No. 18. Red Decor and Glass Inlay work on
the walls - Room No. 5. Blue Decor and Glass Inlay work
on the walls - Room No. 4.
Historic Suite has private balcony and antique
Terrace Suite has private terrace, balcony and beds with
Deluxe Rooms have city view and Private terrace
The regular services offered at the Shiv Niwas Palace
include room Service, Mini Bar, TV-VCR, Telephone ISD/STD,
Hair Dryer, Doctor on Call, Video Phone, Laundry, Fax,
Money Exchange, Travel Desk, Safety Locker, et al.
The Paantya Restaurant specializes in Continental,
Mughlai and Mewari Cuisine Then there is the Paneera Bar
for Indian and Foreign Liquor
Conference and Banquet Facilities
Both Conference and Banquet facilities are available at
the grand heritage hotel of Shiv Niwas Palace