Pride Group of Hotels has launched ‘Pride Kadamb Kunj Resort’ at Bharatpur, its second property in the vibrant state of Rajasthan. Prominently located on NH-11 Fatehpur Sikri Road, Bharatpur, this upscale ethnic resort is an expression of the spirit of Rajasthan and its royal elegance. The resort property is spread over 3 acres that give a feeling of openness and greenery all around. With major tourist attractions namely Fatehpur Sikri, Bird Sanctuary, Museum, Agra, Mehendipur Balaji, Deeg Palace, Mathura / Vrindavan, in close proximity, the hotel boasts of aesthetically designed rooms & suites ideal for leisure travelers.
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