Hari Niwas Palace
The Hari Niwas Palace is an art-deco structure. The palace was built by the Hari Singh, the last maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir. The descendants of the maharaja converted the Hari Niwas Palace into a heritage hotel in the year 1990. Within the 50 acre palace complex exists the magnificent Amar Mahal Palace museum which was conceived by Maharaja Amar Singh.
Hari Niwas Palace, this majestic structure overlooks the Tawi river valley on one side and Trikuta hills of the Vaishno Devi shrine on the other. into a heritage hotel in 1990.
Spread over breathtaking 50 acres of landscape gardens, Hari Niwas Palace has 40 luxurious rooms including Rajmata, Maharaja, Maharani, Yuvraj and Rajkumari suites & 2 Family Huts. Some Deluxe Rooms have private balconies having a panoramic view of the river valley and the mountain. All the rooms are air-conditioned and tastefully decorated with victoria furniture and all modern amenities such as satellite Tv’s telephones with STD and ISD facilities, well stocked mini bar. The hotels boasts of having 24 hour coffee shop and room service, multi-cuisine restaurant, garden restaurant, polo bar, banqueting and conferencing facilities.
The Royal Banquet – The complex consists of a modern banqueting set up geared to cater 1500 to 2000 persons in its gardens. The building structure consists of a large Durbar hall which can accommodate 300 persons in theatre style seating. It also has two party rooms namely, The Magnolia and The Chinar.
The Royal Health Spa(under renovation) – The Royal Health Spa offers array of products, treatments and services that harness the best of ancient and modern therapies with the finest quality ingredients and skin care advances.
Health Club(under renovation) – The Health Club has host of facilities like fully equipped gymnasium, all weather swimming pool, steam, sauna and Jacuzzi. The Royal Health club has a separate saloon and a barber shop. The hotel has wide array of cuisines in its specialty restaurants.
Nilaya – Nilaya offers a wide range of cuisines ranging from Mughlai, Kashmiri, Dogri, Chinese, Thai, Continental. Some of the recipes from the Royal kitchen are also served in Nilaya. A unique Dogri menu is one of the highlights.
Garden Restaurant – The garden restaurant specializes in Indian, Arabic and Western barbequed items.
Polo Bar – Reflecting its gracious past, the Polo Bar with its wooden paneling and original artwork creates an aura of old world charm. Offering a range of fine wines, spirits and cigars, it is just the right place to be for that after or before drink.
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