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Batra Hotel and Food Plaza

Welcome to Batra Hotel

Batra Hotel & Food Plaza, Rawatsar is perfect for business and leisure travelers. The hotel is situated inside the complex of one of the most beautiful palaces here. Batra Hotel & Food Plaza, Rawatsar is one of the best hotels in Hanumangarh. Batra Hotel & Food Plaza, Rawatsar is a charming blend of Indian and European styles of architecture. Apart from its comfortable rooms with all modern amenities, it also provides excellent cuisine and local delicacies.

The feel, ambiance, and openness have been maintained and enhanced. We offer spacious, well-furnished rooms with all modern amenities in pleasant, quiet and luxurious surroundings. Each room is carved out in such a manner so as to give maximum space to the guest. Visit our photo gallery to explore our hotel.
 

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Classic - 2X

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₹ 1300₹ 1200/Night

NON AC Saver

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₹ 1500₹ 999/Night

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“ Best hotel in town to stay and the food is amazing specially garlic red chilli chutney ”

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Kalibangan- Ancient Civilization of Rajasthan

The identity of Kalibangan as a pre-historic site was discovered by Luigi Pio Tessitori, an Italian Indologist (1887–1919).[5] He was doing some research in ancient Indian texts. He was surprised by the character of ruins in that area, and he sought help from Sir John Marshall of the Archaeological Survey ...

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Bhatner Fort Hanumangarh

Hanumangarh was the kingdom of ‘Bhatti’ Rajputs and hence its earlier name was ‘Bhatner’. Later it was named as ‘Shardulgarh’ when Raja Shardul Singh won it. Since it was won on Tuesday, which is the ominous day for monkey-god Hanuman, it was rechristened as ‘Hanumangarh’ – the Fort of Hanuman ...

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