The city of Nawalgarh was founded by Nawal Singh, the fourth of five brothers in 1737 AD in the existing village of Kaimkhanis. This can still be seen in a much deteriorated condition. The city prospered and quickly became the focal point of culture in the region, and is still amongst the biggest towns of Shekhawati. It is known for its painted havelis. Many of the better known merchant families like the Birlas, Poddars and Murakas are from here. Koolwal Kothi was built by the Late Shri Anandilal Hemraj Koolwal in the year 1934. His legacy lives on in the exquisitely designed haven and kothi. Fully restored, it has 18 heritage/suite rooms, with AC and antique furniture. The Fresco restaurant serves delicious meals with warm and friendly service.
Location: It is 168 km from Jaipur, 280 km from Delhi, 793 km from Ahmedabad and 1344 km from Mumbai.
Facilities: Swimming pool, Ayurvedic massage, shopping, health club, doctor on call, cable TV, room service, laundry, Internet and fax, veg/non veg -Continental, Chinese and local cuisine.
Attractions: Fresco painted havelis, famous temples, Salasar Balaji, Rani Sati, Khatu Shyamji, Taal Chhapar, Black Buck Sanctuary, camel and horse safaris, local music, and Banjara dances.
Owners: Indralok Hotels |Praveen Khandelwal