Usha Kiran Palace, a former Royal
Home of the Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh,
India) Royal family. Gwalior is an entry point to India's
largest, geographically most interesting state, Madhya Pradesh.
Plateaus and Forest-clad Hills intersperse with deep river
valley's, rich forest lands with some of the finest deciduous
hardwoods in the world, magnificent fruit & flowering
trees and home of the most exotic
Landscaped by world famous horticulturist
Robinson, with sprawling lawns, ensconced by fruit and flowering
trees, the architecture of the hotel echoes the best traditions
of the Gwalior style. Exquisite stone carvings and filigree
in the facade, a central pond, criss-crossed bridges, and
a fountain lit by coloured lights, all lend the right ambience
for a royal retreat.
A choice of 30 rooms & suites, each reflecting the majestic
tastes of Maharaja who built them and equipped with the facilities
and amenities you would expect from a Leisure resort. The
Ornate rooms are adorned with Art-Deco furniture. The French
Mosaic floors provide a cheerful counter point. As you back
and gaze upwards, the ceilings come to view, with panels of
Floral motifs in relief. These giant size rooms with spacious
baths, ante-rooms, and old world charm are reminiscent of
gracious lifestyles of Maharajas.
: Agra : 110 kms Orchha : 105 kms, Khajuraho - 270 kms.
is an Ex-Delhi Train
getaway and is also visited as a part of Central