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. A portrait of Raja Baba Ala Singh hangs above the fireplace. The anteroom has a single bed and a black and white chequered floor. This suite in Patiala is also equipped with a comfortable double bed.
It is named after the venerable saint-soldier – Baba Ala Singh of the Phulkian dynasty who assumed leadership in 1714 AD and carved out an independent principality of 30 villages from a Zamindar. Baba Ala Singh was a part of the Sikh Confederation that sacked and partitioned the erstwhile Mughal province of Sirhind.
In 1763, Baba Ala Singh laid the foundation stone of the Patiala fort known as Qila Mubarak (fort of triumph) around which the city of Patiala has developed. The Fort was completed by his grandson Amar Singh.