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Mon, 16 Dec – Tue, 17 Dec (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by vinaynoida on November 20, 2019
This is a beautifully recreated Rajbari. And the additions blend in seamlessly. It is a green oasis and very calm. The entrance belies the vastness. But inside you will find hidden gems such as a Pokhar (pond). The lunch was authentic Bengali, sumptuous and very tasty. All in all a wonderful day visit. We plan to go again and stay a few nights.
by leomukherjee on November 18, 2019
I was especially impressed with the quality of the restoration work. The rooms are plush and tasteful and the illumination of the premises magical and the staff, Krishna, Tuhin and Dorji, warm. The food is wholesome too. The village work, though, was disappointing. We got to see a dolphin during the boat ride, a sight as rare as the rajbari.
by TobiasPolarBear on November 17, 2019
wow - what a heritage experience! You arrive to a traditional Bengali welcome. Then you enter the premises and are breathtaking by the inner courtyard. You enjoy the views & atmosphere with a drink and once you are escorted to your room, your mind switches on the relax mode. Choose between an extensive library, great lounge areas by the pond, a wonderful swimming pool, a spa with heaps of wellness bundles, ... on the active side there is a boat outing at sunset on the Hooghly, a village walk, a village cycling ride and so much more. discover the grand setting of this part of West Bengal - just an hour from Kolkata city centre. I was so engulfed by the friendliness of the staff and the smiles on all the faces. A place I will definitely come back to.
by aditadhikary on November 17, 2019
Disappointed visit at Rajbari, although well decorated place and well behaved staff but discovered five star category priced food with quality of below average. We were two family went there for lunch after had a terrible congested road through various busy market which itself ruin half the fun of weekend trip. The place was nicely decorated but not worth if you consider its price tag. Food at lunch was just ordinary and non veg food was serving inadequate in quantity ,1500/- per person plus 18% tax is not atall worth visiting this place. No way you can compare this with ITACHUNA RAJBARI which is found to be superior specially if you consider the price tag the Bawali imposed. I would strongly recommend that this place is just an ordinary and you will not miss anything great if you dont visit.
by vivekkarunakaran on November 16, 2019
To be lost in paradise, is pretty much a translation of my stay at this gorgeous estate, Rajbari.. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the City of Joy, - this stunning zamindari house has been restored with a lot of attention to detail & aesthetic.. 10 points for the extremely friendly, warm and attentive staff.. Everything dished out by this wonderful chef, Mrinalinee and her team was on point and nothing short of a culinary delight .. Perfect place to unwind and pamper yourself enjoying the magic of all things beautiful.
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