Satisfying our Distinguished Guests appetite for Fine Hospitality has been the Tradition here since 1993.We are passionate about our Guests Stay and do all it takes to make it extra Special.
The very name “The Central Court” suggests that we are not only at the Heart of Hyderabad, but also stand tall at the centre of Comfort and Convenience.Being the Winner of Best 3 Star Hotel Award by AP Government, we continue to bring you the Best of Accommodation Facilities, Cuisines,Business Services and Banqueting facilities. The all new Refurbished “The Central Court” has more of everything that Business and Leisure Travelers look for in a Boutique Hotel.
The city of Hyderabad, originally known as Bhagyanagar, was named after a local dancer Bhagmati. Mohammed Quli Qutub shah, who ousted the Bahamani dynasty in 1512 to establish the fortress city of Golkonda, then gave it its name Hyderabad. Legend has it that the young Sultan rode out from the Golkonda Fort to meet his beloved braving the flood waters of the river Musi. He re-christened her Hyder Mahal, and named the city Hyderabad in honor of her. Hyderabad’s fame, strategic location and Golkonda’s legendary wealth attracted Aurangzeb who captured Golkonda after a long siege in 1687 and made it a part of the Mughal Empire with Asaf Jah as the Prime Minister of Deccan. As the Mughal Empire began to disintegrate, Asaf Jah proclaimed himself the master of the Deccan. Hyderabad state was merged into the Indian Union in 1948.Hyderabad now bosts some of the best heritage buildings.