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Talsari, Dist. , Chandaneswar., Balasore , 756085 | Show on Map
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Offering accommodation in Balasore, Panthasala Chandaneshwar is accessible from the Jaleswar Railway Station, which is 40 km away. The property provides free bed tea and breakfast to its patrons. Also, Chandaneswar Shiv Temple is at a distance of 3 km away from the hotel.With its 29 spacious rooms, the property offers a decent accommodation to its patrons.
Rooms are equipped with conveniences like drinking water, television set, and attached bathroom.Apart from good accommodation in Balasore, the property is inclusive of a restaurant within its premises. Laundry, medical assistance and luggage storage are a few of the other conveniences offered by the hotel.
Furthermore, backup generators are available in case of emergencies.Panthasala Chandaneshwar is at a distance of 231 km from the Behala Airport. Nearby points of interest to drop by include Bhusundeswar Shiva Temple (21 km) and Amarabati Park (8 km).
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by Abhay on Mar 24,2019
What's Good: The surrounding.
Reason For Rating : Calm environment and clean surroundings. But the toilet of the suite was not upto standard.
by kalyan on Aug 27,2018
What's Good: Location
What needs to improve : Only good for Bengali dishes
Reason For Rating : It was a pleasant experience staying at Panthasala Chandaneswar. I loved the property for its excellent location and service. One can view the beach from the balcony and can walk down the beach from its back gate. This is the best place in Talsari.
by Tapas on Aug 13,2018
What's Good: location and food
Reason For Rating : The location of this hotel is very good, you can see the sea from the balcony. Also the food quality is good.
by SGDGP on
A great step taken by OTDC to make Pantasala, Talsari a ideal destination to enjoy the peaceful nature with couple of families and friends with all facilities ..... Alas I would have been happy if I could write the above lines in review. OTDC has consumed huge sum to give Panthasala, Talsari a complete makeover but worthless day to day services is making it to a nightmare. You can't control fan or AC in suits, rooms and linens are dirty at a price tag of Rs 2500 + gst !!!! Double bedded rooms @ Rs 1700+ gst look like any ordinary room of Rs500-600... dirty floor, linens, staircase.... lizards and caterpillars on wall.... just horrible!!!!!! Restaurant is the only place where you can get good food and hygienic environment... but portions are small compared to price.
by Pohit on
The place is secluded yet very near to Digha. The rooms are quite good. The food is excellant. The staff are helpful. In the morning you can listen to music played by different birds. Visit the meeting point of river Subarnarekha with Bay of bengal. if you do not like to walk a long distance, then take the help of byke ride provided by the local youth. In any case, do not miss it. If you go by car from Kolkata (202 Km from salt lake), it will take four and half hours drive without any break. You can visit Bichitrapur and take back water trip by boat. I did not enjoy it much.
by Shirin363 on
This is the best and for now the only place to stay at Talsari. Weekends are crowded, so get your booking done from Kolkata at Utkal Bhavan. The best room to stay at are the ones on first floor facing the sea. We stayed at Room 112- the only AC room with two balconies, both facing the sea. The view is amazing from this room. The suites are also nice but expensive without amenities. Come prepared that there might be power cuts and no AC is available at that time. Also, after sundown, there is not much to do. Please bring your own supply of drinks. The place is quiet and situated on the beach. We particularly enjoyed the times of the tide when the mudflats became submerged. If you are lucky, you can see the living fossils- horseshoe crabs then. The beach itself is teeming with live crustaceans. The red Ghost crabs are numerous, making a red carpet on the sand. The beach is not good for bathing and swimming but there is no harm in trying during the tides. Good thing is that there is very less crowd. The hotel itself will arrange for the day trip to Bichitrapur mangroves and a few temples. Room service is excellent. However, after 10 PM there is hardly anyone around. So finish your dinner early. There was no mutton served during our stay although its there in the menu. The food is average. Please do not try any exotic ones on the menu. There was not many varieties of fish too. They served only four kinds- prawns, hilsa, betki and pomphret when we were there. The dish called Santule can be tried. Its not too spicy- a mixed vegetable curry. Overall, it is a quiet getaway destination from the city if you wish to recharge yourself.
by sayantanib2015 on
I had visited this place last weekend with a group pf friends (15). We had booked 6 rooms online but after arrival we were told that we will have to book 7 rooms. On top of that, they didn't let us know that the "complimentary breakfast" scheme also had conditions. Room Service is nil here. At the end of trip, the manager was very inefficient in calculating the entire bill, harassing of a sort. The only good thing is its proximity to the talsari beach. Otherwise, this is a very bad place to live in, because of the staffs.
by anjanghosh on
Actually the hotel is on the beach of Talsari, a small village about 2-3 kms away from Chandaneswar and 10-15 kms from Digha, a popular sea-side place in West Bengal, India. Nearest rail-head is Digha. You have to hire a machine-van, a carriage van fitted with a machine (fare Rs.100-150) or car (Fare Rs.200-300) Panthanivas means house for travellers. This hotel is under the control of Odissa Tourism Development Corporation Ltd (OTDC). We heard that previously, sea was just beside the hotel. Presently, sea has moved away about 400-500 metres. In front of the the hotel. there is a small canal created by the sea. In high tide, the canal is full of water. You can cross by deeping your knee (sometimes your waist) in the sea-water. By boat it costs Rs.10 to cross the canal. Then you have to walk 300-400 metres to reach the vast Bay of Bengal. There are two portions of the hotel, sea facing and garden facing. From sea facing rooms, sea can be seen through the trees. There are lots of seasonal flower plants in the beautiful garden of the complex. When we visited there, we enjoyed the beauty of dozens of dazzling seasonal flowers. About the hotel, the non-ac rooms are really ordinary. We stayed in two different rooms in two days. Room no.116 is better (garden facing) than Room no. 109 (sea facing). Telephone was not working. One tap of Room no.109 was not functioning well. These rooms are not properly maintained. The reason may be shortage of regular flow of tourists. Staff are cordial. Bed-tea and breakfast are included in the room rent. Food is good. I found a dish of crab very delicious. Prawns, crabs, pomphret and other sea-fishes are easily available in local shops and are cheap also. The prawns and fishes are displayed. The shop-owners make dishes as per choice of the customers. But be careful about freshness. We found that many people were taking the dishes of different kinds in the local shops. Chandaneswar is famous for its temple. The temple is 2-3 kms away from the hotel. One have to walk or hire a cab (Rs.150-200-to & fro charge) or a machine-van, (Rs.60-80 - to & fro charge). The temple is simple but local people believe that this deity is very awake. There is no good hotel nearby. Two-three hotels are coming up. Talsari is an isolated place, very good for rest for 3-4 days. it will be better if there is a group of a few families.
by Shirin363 on July 5, 2015
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