Location The Hotel Simran Palace is located on the Rang Bari Main Road in Kota. The rooms are very comfortable and are available at reasonable prices. Special FeaturesThe rooms are have been decorated with a lot of effort and care. The rooms are well-lit due to the wise use of artificial lights throughout the room as well as the false ceiling. The rooms have been painted in bold and bright hues, and the other elements maintain a similar palette. All the rooms provided by this hotel have a lot of space for free movement. There are windows provided within the rooms which are covered with long curtains. Some beautiful paintings have been used to decorate the rooms. Amenities The extra amenities provided by the hotel are free Wi-Fi, a constant power backup source, parking provisions, an elevator facility, laundry provisions, card payment in all forms, a bar, and CCTV cameras. All these facilities enhance the overall stay experience. The front desk service is located close to the entrance and is managed by skilled staff. What's NearbyThe hotel is located close to a number of essential facilities such as the Kota Airport, Aerodrome Bus Stop, Krishna Mess, Treat Restaurant, De Soccer Cafe, Star Bags, Grahlok Family Shop, and Deep Shree Residence.
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted payment methods
The following payment methods are accepted by the hotel: Master Card, Visa Card.
Important information about the city
The hotel does not accept children under 18 years of age staying alone. Effective from Oct 1, 2019, an additional tax will be charged per night according to the following standard: not applicable to room rates of INR 1,000 and under; 12% for room rates from INR 1,001 to 7,499; 18% for room rates of INR 7,500 and above. From January 31, travelers from Wuhan City, Hubei Province have to follow screening by Indian border forces while entering five Indian states bordering Nepal. At Chennai Airport, blood tests are taken for travelers from Wuhan and they are advised 28-day home quarantine, travelers from other parts of China are also advised 28 days home quarantine. Travelers from Southeast Asia will go through health check for influenza. From February 2, travel to India on E-visas stands temporarily suspended with immediate effect. This applies to holders of Chinese passports and applicants of other nationalities residing in the People’s Republic of China. Holders of already issued E-visas may note that these are no longer valid. Travelers can still contact the Indian embassy or consulate in China by email to apply for a new visa in case they really need to travel to India.
Children are welcome at this hotel.
For each room, 1 child 5 years old and under can use existing beds for free.
Cribs cannot be added.
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