WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn
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- Check-in From 11:00 AM
- Check-out Until 10:00 AM
WelcomHeritagePanjim Inn is situated 4 km from Miramar Beach, and offers free parking and WiFithroughout the property.
There are 24rooms furnished with vintage furniture, each room has a carved rosewood almirahand a four-poster bed.
Some other amenities which each room features includetelevision, telephone and attached bathroom. It has anin-house art gallery that invites guests to have a look at relics. The hotelalso has a restaurant that overlooks the street and serves local andContinental delicacies.
WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn offers laundry, travelassistance and medical services. It is also 0.5 from the Patto Footbridge Bus Stand, 22 km from the Thivim Railway Station and 25 km from the Dabolim Airport.
This hotelin Goa is 0.5 km from the Church of Immaculate Conception and 1 km from Panjim Town Centre.
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Important Landmarks Nearby
- Panjim City Centre 0.29 km
- Old Patto Bridge 0.47 km
- Church Square 0.49 km
- Mahalaxmi Temple 0.5 km
- Panjim Municipal Council 0.53 km
- Marmagoa Harbour 0.54 km
- 8Th June Road Shopping Area 0.55 km
- Kadamba Bus Station 0.55 km
- Sunset Cruise 0.62 km
- River Cruise On Mandovi 0.68 km
- Panjim Jetty 0.74 km
- Menezes Braganza House 0.76 km
- Shiv Sagar Restaurant 0.8 km
- Casino Caravela 0.81 km
- Vishal Mega Mart 0.82 km
- Caravela India'S First Off Shore Casino 0.82 km
- Braganza Institute 0.89 km
- Rizvi Chambers 0.92 km
- River Casino 0.94 km
- Sambra Airport 0.99 km
- Sada Fort 1.07 km
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by paulolisb on June 19, 2016
I stayed at the Welcome Inn for 3 nights, from the 3rd to the 6th of June 2016, room 101 (two persons). My impressions of my stay are excellent. The room was large, with two impressive comfortable beds, adequate bathroom with shower area and excellent amenities, easy to use safe tucked away in the wardrobe. Everything was very clean. The furniture is vintage and very well maintained and preserved. This is not a modern facility, it's an old Portuguese house that has been rehabilitated and expanded to become a hotel. Some equipment and some bits and pieces may seem worn out, but this didn't affect the comfort. The room has air conditioning, "strategically" placed so as to not to blow directly onto the beds; this allowed us to set it on "full blast" without getting an unpleasant cold draft on our heads, which we liked. There's a fan over the bed, but the air conditioning was more than enough. Breakfast was served in a large dining room and included a good variety of fruits, juices, choice of 3 or 4 indian dishes, western stuff (bread, jams, butter), which we skipped. They also had omelets made to order, all to be washed down with masala tea, black tea or coffee, all freshly made. Staff was very kind, friendly and very attentive: after one or two days they already knew our preference of drinks. Wifi was free of charge, available throughout and flawless. The hotel has lots of interesting details, from the big lockers used to close the room to the vintage furniture and the historical feel of the building. Location is very good, only 10 minutes walk to the old city centre. Not adequate if you want to go to the beach daily, this is an excellent base to explore Panaji's rich heritage. The only less positive feature is the hotel's restaurant. The food is OK, but expensive, which makes of it poor value for money. All in all, a very positive experience and definitely a place I recommend and that I would like to revisit.
Authentic Goan food
by shri5 on June 15, 2016
This heritage building is situated in Fontainhas, the Old Latin Quarter of Panjim. It is a distinctive maroon mansion with a sloping roof. Do try their Goan curry and 'Dulce de leche' or sweetened milk.
Feel like you stay in the era that made Goa
by Fabiola M on June 9, 2016
Caught in the crazy rains of Goa, I found I couldn't go home and quickly checked in here. God bless the rains in Goa.. This beautiful home in Goa, which also served as a school till it was taken over by WelcomHeritage group is a place every 'traveler' to Goa must experience. Rich Portuguese era furnishing (to the extent of hand inscribed names on some furniture), dark high rise beds with bed posts and linen hangings (amongst the most soothing things i have woken up to), a beautiful breakfast/ restaurant setting with the richest of table sets, (I would love to buy something like those, you just dont get them as easy any more or they are v v expensive). Courteous staff... I would highly recommend a stay here... Fabiola... A Goan who can tell you.. WORTH IT!
Experience Heritage in Panjim
by traikhy on June 3, 2016
A beautiful Portuguese house restored as an Heritage Hotel, the rooms are comfortable simple and nice, the staff is very helpful and the locations is superb. Located in the old Portuguese street of Panjim, with some amazing houses all around... Walk around and you will know how good it is ... The Breakfast is simple and okay, but the food at the Restaurant is good. 1st floor rooms are better as they have a balcony, SPA services in the hotel are average and needs to be upgraded.
a delightful stay in the lovely, languid, Lusitanian city of Panjim
by Peter M on May 29, 2016
We spent six nights in the delightful Panjim Inn, in a beautiful, spacious, old fashioned corner room overlooking the streets of old Panjim. The staff were courteous and fun. The food was excellent, fish freshly cooked from the morning's catch, with other good restaurants in the neighbouring streets. Opposite is a small gallery, exhibiting some very good prints and paintings by local artists; and, once a month, a cinema club. We watched Junun, a great film about session musicians from Rajasthan, introduced by an excellent discussant. The young staff at the gallery are wonderful.
1st floor rooms
by traikhy on June 2, 2016
Go for older building
by Yeshwant A on May 24, 2016
Choose deluxe room. Also do not confuse with panjim people's or posada
by Ram156 on April 30, 2016
Take the annex even if it is upstairs.
by Leo G on April 28, 2016
Get a room upstairs with views over the river
by Fiona S on April 8, 2016
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