Best Time To Visit KotaKota, like other cities in this region, experiences a semi-arid climate with high temperatures throughout the year. From the months of March to June the city experiences summer with temperatures ranging from 33°C to 49°C. There are hardly any travellers here at this time, except students. The city gets some relief from the heat in between the months of July to September from the monsoon. This isn’t the best time to visit because of torrential rainfall, but you will get some great discounts on good hotels in Kota at this time. The best time to visit Kota comes from the months of October to March when the city enjoys comparatively pleasant weather with temperatures ranging from around 30°C to 10°C. It is also during this time where you can witness festivals like Gangaur, the Chambal Fair, and Handicraft Fair.
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Best Places To Stay In KotaIf you’re on the lookout for places to stay in Kota, here's what you should consider before deciding where to stay. To stay in a central location in the city, you can choose hotels near CAD Circle. This landmark is located close to some of the most popular restaurants, educational institutions, hospitals, banks and more. It’s also relatively close to the railway station if you’re looking for hotels near Kota Junction. You can be sure that hotels in this locality are well maintained and provide comfortable lodging for those on a budget.
Festivals In Kota -Kota was once an important princely state in Rajasthan and its rich culture still reflects its glorious history. The city celebrates a number of vibrant fairs and festivals that perfectly depict the customs and lives of Kota’s people. Festivals like Teej, Diwali, Dussehra, and the Chambal Fair are some of the biggest festivals celebrated here. Teej is a festival celebrated quite differently in Kota with processions of the goddess happening all over the city. Dussehra is also celebrated with grandeur with effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarna, and Meghnad being burnt in the streets. The Chambal Fair in February is an annual festival for adventure enthusiasts, where they can participate in events like river rafting, parasailing, windsurfing, and more. A large number of people visit the city at this time, so it’s wise to make your Kota hotel booking in advance at this time. You can also visit the handicraft fair in December, where items like terracotta figurines, tribal art, paintings and more are displayed and sold at lower prices.
Experiences In Kota - Considering that Kota was once a part of a prominent Rajput Kingdom, it’s no surprise that the city has a number of places to visit. Popular attractions here are the Garh Palace, Jagmandir Palace, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Chambal Garden, Kota Government Museum, Hanging Rock Fountain, Kota Barrage, Darrah National Park, Godavari Dham Temple, and the Royal Cenotaphs at Ksar Bagh. If you’re looking for accommodation in Kota that’s located close these sites, choose a Treebo Hotel. For a bit of shopping head to complexes like City Mall, Cinema Hall, Centre Square Mall, Akash Mall, and Ahluwalia’s : the Great Mall of Kota. When hunger strikes you can head to restaurants like Amar Punjabi, Soul, Pathak Sweets and Vegetables, Savva Restaurant, South Pole Cafe, Tatva, Bob’s Delicious Burger, The Right Place, Pangea, Chaska Restaurant, Sheesha Restaurant, Eatos, Zaika, and more. A number of Kota hotels also have in-house restaurants where you can enjoy a filling meal. You can pick up a few souvenirs to take home from Main Bazaar and Government Emporia, where you can pick up Kota sarees, stone crafts, and other handicrafts.
Trying to figure out accommodation close to Pratap Nagar. Any suggestions?
Asked by Usha, 10-05-2018
There's an excellent Treebo property located just 0.6 km away from Pratap Nagar which can be viewed by selecting this locality under the left navigation tab 'Kota hotels by location'. Book your stay at this property by visiting the following link https://www.treebo.com/hotels-in-pratap-nagar-kota/
Response by Treebo Kota Team, 10-05-2018
Which are the must-see tourist spots in Kota? Planning a trip there next month.
Asked by Sukriti, 16-04-2018
Kishore Sagar, Kota Barrage, Jag Mandir, Kotah Garh City Palace, Garadia Mahadev Temple, Mahadev Temple, and Kota Chambal Bridge are some of the prominent tourist spots in Kota.
Response by Treebo Kota Team, 17-04-2018
What facilities can I expect at Treebo properties in Kota?
Asked by Sidra, 16-03-2018
As with Treebo properties in every city, the standard offerings include free Wifi, complimentary breakfast, air-conditioning, television with cable/DTH connection, and branded toiletries. Additional amenities include parking, convenient access from the city's airport, a banquet hall, room service, and laundry services.
Response by Treebo Kota Team, 28-03-2018