Rooms At The Baradari Palace - Patiala

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings and a fireplace, it is done up in tasteful beige interiors.

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings and an unusual chandelier, it is done up in lively, yellow interiors.

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings, it has a fireplace and two single beds.

This suite with a garden-view verandah is situated on the ground floor level. A spacious room with high ceilings, it has a fireplace and a double bed.

This room is situated on the ground floor level and has access to an open sitting area with verandahs. The interiors are done up in tasteful hues of blue and multi-colours.

This room is situated on the ground floor level and has access to an open sitting area with verandahs. The interiors are done up in hues of red.

This suite is situated on the first floor level and has access to a terrace. The main room and the ante room are done up in vibrant hues of red.

This room is situated on the first floor level and has access to a garden that overlooks the Baradari Gardens. 

This room is situated on the first floor level with access to a verandah that overlooks the Baradari Gardens. It is done up in vibrant shades of red and purple.

This room is named after Bibi Rajkumari Sahib Kaur who was a warrior and a leader of men. She was the elder sister of Raja Sahib Singh of Patiala and played a prominent role in the history of the cis-Sutlej states from 1793 to 1801.

This room is named after Maharaja Narinder Singh, the son of Maharaja Karam Singh who aided the British with supplies and carriages during the first Anglo- Sikh war and the uprising of 1857 and was rewarded with additional estates in return.

Named after the daughter of Maharani Bakhtawar Kaur, this is a small room with a tree-view situated on the first floor level.

This room is named after Maharaja Yadavindra Singh who was to be the first Maharaja, agreeing to the incorporation of Patiala into the newly independent India.

This large suite is situated on the second floor level and has access to 2 terraces. It is done up in soothing earthy colours. A portrait of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh adorns the walls.

This suite is named after Maharaja Rajinder Singh who was described as “the first reigning Prince to blend the elements of the English gentleman and Indian potentate”. 

A spacious suite with access to 2 terraces, it is situated on the second floor level of the Palace. It is done up in vibrant hues of orange and red.

This room is situated on the second floor level and has access to a circular verandah over the garden axis. The interiors of the room are done up in soothing shades of beige and blue.