Maharaja Narinder Singh

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. He was a great builder and a patron of art and literature. He fortified Patiala by constructing ramparts and the gates around the city. In 1847 he constructed the Moti Bagh Palace which has 800 rooms and a compound of 5000 acres and was once considered the largest royal residence anywhere in the world. To facilitate art he built the Sheesh Mahal (behind the Moti Bagh Palace). Darbar Hall in Qila Mubarak was also built by him.
 
Situated on the first floor level, this is a spacious room with a verandah overlooking the gardens. It is done up in vibrant shades of blue and pink and has a portrait of Maharaja Narinder Singh hanging above the fireplace. The room is equipped with two luxurious Queen beds and is a great option for a family of four or close friends. It can also be booked by a group as it is interconnected to the Maharajkumari Surinder Kaur room.

Features

  • First Floor
  • Grandroom
  • Air conditioned
  • No. of beds - 2 Queen can be joint
  • No. of extra beds can be provided - 1
  • People accommodated without extra bed - 4
  • Spacious room with a common verandah overlooking the gardens
  • Garden-view verandah
  • TV, Electric kettle, mini fridge
  • From the room you can view front garden and we can add one extra bed in the room