Raja Amar Singh

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. The suite is named after Raja Amar Singh, who was the grandson of Baba Ala Singh – the founder of Patiala.
 
Raja Amar Singh continued to expand the Kingdom. However, his most memorable art was to set free thirty thousand Indians, captured by Ahmed Shah Abdah during the Afghan’s ninth invasion of India – the Maharaja paid a sum of two lakhs as ransom for which he earned the title of ‘Bandi Chhod’ or liberation of slaves.  A portrait of Raja Amar Singh hangs above the fireplace.

Features

  • Ground Floor
  • Suite
  • Air conditioned
  • No. of beds - 2 Single
  • No. of extra beds can be provided - 1
  • People accommodated without extra bed - 2
  • Verandah at  back side
  • Garden-view from verandah
  • TV, Electric kettle, mini fridge
  • Room good for the elderly
  • Room very close to the kitchen
  • Wheel chair friendly but no hand bars