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Pataudi Palace Gurgaon

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City : Gurgaon
State : Haryana
Location : Hasanpur, Gurgaon
Rooms : 14

Situated amidst sprawling gardens The Pataudi Palace Gurgaon is an elegant mansion built after the royal architectural tradition in India. The noble, white palace built by Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan, was designed by Heinz in 1935, the palace used to be the home of the erstwhile Indian cricket team captain Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi. The lush lawns studded with fountains at the Pataudi Palace Gurgaon which is now one of the most elegant resorts in Gurgaon would surely make you feel like a king.

The plush rooms at the resort are all well done up in period furniture to keep the bygone royal charm intact. However, the rooms come with modern facilities like:

  • Attached bathroom
  • Running hot & cold water
  • Bathtub
  • Shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobe
  • Bathroom slippers
  • TV with satellite channels
  • Telephone
  • Tea/coffee maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Mini bar
  • Room service

Host a banquet in style at the banquet hall at the resort with optimum technical support. Modern gadgets marvelously complement the traditional décor.

The golf course at the resort is quite popular among golfers and is widely visited. The lawns and gardens also offer picturesque walks.

  • Laundry
  • Doctor on call
  • Currency exchange
  • Travel desk
  • Front desk
  • Baggage storage
  • Safe deposit lockers
  • All major credit cards accepted

In 1861, Gurgaon was transferred from North-Western Provinces and included into Punjab. Before Partition of India in 1947, this area had a significant Urdu speaking Muslim population most of whom migrated to Pakistan afterwards.

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