Hotel Muskan Palace Ujjain - Holiday Travel

Muskaan Palace Holiday Honeymoon Package

Muskaan Palace Holiday Honeymoon Package
Doodh Talai, Near Railway Station, Ujjain

  • Starting from Rs. 1430/- Per Night
  • Starting from Rs. 1360/- Per Night for A/C Deluxe Room
  • One Night
  • Yes


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Muskaan Palace Holiday Honeymoon Package


Hotel Overview

Hotel Muskan palace is the Pride of Hospitality. If ever there was an icon in the hospitality industry, this is it. Hotel Muskan Palace is located at the heart of the Ujjain city offering world class services for the satisfaction of its customers from past 2 years. Well equipped rooms with all modern facilities for the business as well as leisure travelers. Style & Elegance are the hallmarks and the personal touch is evident in all its aspects. From its room to its food, Hotel Muskan Palace promises you nothing less than good memorable stay.


With the best staff and services, Hotel Muskan Palace is emerged as a very magnificent place to stay. The main objective of Hotel Muskan Palace is to deliver the best services to its customers.


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Hotel Muskan Palace opens a great world of the best services and facilities at ujjain. It Offers a great deal of satisfaction to its customers. It has been justifying its name & fame in serving the clients of all kinds. 

It has 20 well furnished  rooms with all modern facilities and lavishly furnished budden in order to meet the expectations of the customer.

  • 24 hours running hot & cold water.

  • From the entertainment perspective, It has satellite channels (Tata sky) network in all rooms.

  • In modern era of connectivity where everything is connected to each other, Hotel Muskan Palace offers Wifi Connectivity in hotel premises to let you stay connected to the world.

  • Enjoy your food in air conditioner or in open air, Hotel Muskan Palace has both the ambiance for you. WE 2 restaurant is a very stylish & elegant  fully air conditioned indoor restaurant. And on the other hand, just gaze at the stars and the enjoy the view of ujjain city from the rooftop Lotus Terrace Garden. Both offers delicious North Indian, South Indian, Chinese and Continental Cuisines with prompt service.

  • Doctor on call, car, taxi on requirement are also available.

  • Laundry services, snacks & meal parcels available.

  • Round the clock well-equipped room services.

  • Telephone are also available in rooms.

Ujjain Attractions

Ujjain, the religious capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh sets at the center of India. Young-at-heart, this progressive city is striking its urban development as well as preserving its religious and cultural heritage.



The major places to visit in Ujjain are:


Mahakaleshwar Jyotrilinga: The presiding deity of time, Shiva, in all his splendour reigns eternal in Ujjain. The temple of Mahakaleshwar, its shikhara soaring into the skies, evokes primordial awe and reverence with its majesty. The Mahakal dominates the life of the city and its people, even in the midst of the busy routine of modern preoccupations, and provides an unbreakable link with past traditions. At the temple, you will be surrounded by hawkers and hard-sellers. Usually, one is not required to wait in the queue to offer prayers at the shiva jyotirling. However, the temple is crowded on weekends, including Mondays – queues can take up to 3 hours and move at a slow pace.



Kal Bhairava:The worship of the eight Bhairavas is a part of Saivite tradition and the chief among them is Kal Bhairava, believed to have been built by King Bhadresen, on the banks of the Shipra. There is mention of a Kal Bhairva temple in the Avanti Khanda of the Skanda Purana. Worship of Kal Bhairava is believed to have been a part of the Kapalika and Aghora sects. Ujjain was a prominent centre of these two sects. Even today, liquor is offered as a part of the ritual to Kal Bhairava Beautiful paintings in the Malwa style once decorated the temple walls, only traces of which are visible.



Chintaman GaneshThe temple is built across the Shipra on the Fatehabad railway line. The Ganesh idol enshrined here is supposed to be swayambhu – born of itself. The temple itself is believed to be of considerable antiquity. Riddhi and Siddhi, the consorts of Ganesha, are seated on either side of Ganesha. The artistically carved pillars in the assembly hall date back to the Paramara period. Worshippers throng to this temple because the deity here is traditionally known as Chintaharan Ganesh meaning “the assurer of freedom from worldly anxieties”.



Harsiddhi Temple:This temple occupies a special place in the galaxy of ancient sacred spots of Ujjain. Seated between the idols of Mahalaxmi and Mahasaraswati, the idol of Annapurna is painted in dark vermilion colour. The Sri Yantra, the symbol of power or shakti, is also enshrined in the temple. The temple was reconstructed during the Maratha period and the two pillars adorned with lamps are special features of Maratha art. These lamps, lit during Navaratri, present a glorious spectacle. There is an ancient well on the premises, and an artistic pillar adorns the top of it.



Gadkalika:Situated about 2 miles from the city of Ujjain, the deity in this temple is believed to have been worshiped by Kalidasa. The legend goes that he was an idiot and it is by his devotion to the goddess Kalika that he acquired great literary skills. Emperor Harshavardhan had this temple renovated in the 7th century AD. There is further evidence of renovation during the Paramara period. The temple has been rebuilt in the modern times by the erstwhile Gwalior State.



Mangalnath:This temple is situated away from the bustle of the city and can be reached through a winding road. The temple looks upon a vast expanse of the Shipra waters and fills the onlooker with an indescribable sense of peace. Mangalnath is regarded as the birth place of Mars, according to the Matsya Purana. In ancient times, it was famous for a clear view of the planet and hence suitable for astronomical studies. Mahadev or Shiva is the deity which is worshiped in the temple of Mangalnath.



Kaliadeh Palace:Situated on the banks of the Shipra, the island-like site immediately conjures up the natural beauty of ancient Ujjain which poets down the ages have waxed lyrical. The glorious landscape of the flowing river on both sides of the palace and the man-made tanks and channels, with water gurgling through them, provide a spectacular backdrop to the imposing building.




Trip Advisor Ranking-          Ranked # 2 of all hotels in Ujjain.


Holiday Travel recommends Hotel Muskaan Palace for it's neat & clean rooms.


Plus Points of Hotel

  • Good Rooms
  • Prompt Service.
  • Hotel is nearby to railway station & busstand.
  • Value for money hotel.



Negative Point


  • No hot water in bathroom.