Welcome to Hotel Rao...

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We welcome you In the City of Akbar and Birbal….. We are Located in the heart of the city, 5 minutes walk from bus stand, 1.5 km from railway station. Hotel Rao Estate has the unique distinction of having kept alive the old traditions along with modern amenities. All the rooms at the Hotel Rao Estate are decorated with faultless class. Stay with us and get the real Home Life Experience. Enjoy your stay with our helpful and friendly staff. We have 16 Deluxe Rooms and Suites with A/C ,elegantly appointed and tastefully decorated, to make your stay comfortable and pleasant. Dear Guest I have a request to you Kindly check our property first before getting misguide by different websites, People and other sources. As you know that there are many people in the world and they have a different thinking and choices So First Check us by yourself and then please compare which is good and what is correct. !!! Thanks for your kind Supports!!!

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Our's Restaurant & Bar...

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Hotel Rao Estate Restaurant is a destination for the Good food lovers who look for authentic Rajesthani, Punjabi, South Indian cuisine and Mumbai snacks served in a traditional way. One of the best vegetarian restaurants in Narnaul, The Hotel Rao Estate Restaurant, serve the finest traditional Indian cuisine and the celebration of this exotic and colorful culture. Bar of the Hotel Rao Eastate… Ideal for birthdays, graduations, debuts, promotions and anniversaries, Hotel Rao’s Bar has all the right elements that cater to even the most eclectic of tastes. With its sleek, spacious and contemporary design and accents, it is the hot spot for celebrations and other events.

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Narnaul's Historical Places...

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Jal Mahal Narnaul - The Jal Mahal is a building which is surrounded on all sides by water. It was built by Shah Quli Khan, an officer of Akbar and the ruler of Narnaul, in 1591. It represents a synthesis of Persian and Indian architecture and stands at the center of a large water tank, which is now dry. The approach through the water tank was via a causeway from the north, which opens through an arched entrance. The main building is surrounded by four minarets which have stairways leading right to the top. However, the lower chambers have by now disintegrated and no trace of them can be found.

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