Ishwari Niwas Haveli of Bundi, Rajasthan is situated at a distance of approximately 40 km from Kota district. The city of Bundi and Kota was once constituted of a single state, ruled by the Hada Chauhans. Ishwari Niwas Haveli dates back to the time of the reign of Maharao Ishwari Singh. Built as the residence of the Dewan of Bundi, the havelis was later taken over by Kesari Singh, the Maharao's brother. Kesari Singh Ji still resides in a part of the haveli. Built in a traditional manner, the haveli is a beautiful fusion of Indian as well as European style of architecture.
A few years back, the havelis was turned into a guesthouse and, today,
it partly functions as a heritage hotel. Ishwari Niwas Palace Heritage
Hotel, near Kota, has twenty sizeable rooms on offer, which are
beautifully furnished and well provided. Conventional style is dominant
in the design of the hotel. Evenings in the Ishwari Niwas Palace Hotel
of Rajasthan are spent lounging around a small fountain in the
courtyard, under the star-studded sky.