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Thu, 05 Jul – Fri, 06 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
77, Omrahaganj (Lalbagh), Near Hazarduari Museum Palace, Murshidabad , 742149 | Show on Map
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Hotel Sagnik is located at a distanceof 2 km from Murshidabad in West Bengal. Each room in the hotel incorporates aprivate balcony. The Hazarduari Palace is 2 km from the property. This hotel in Murshidabadcomprises of 42 rooms and dormitories distributed on 3 floors.
These rooms arecategorized as A/C and Non A/C and provide amenities such as intercom, wakeupcalls and an attached bathroom with hot/cold runnig water and complimentary toiletries. Hotel Sagnik has an in-houserestaurant that serves authentic Bengali delicacies and a conference hall.Other facilities provided include 24 hr front desk/room service, elevator,backup generator, security guard and pick up facility from the station.
This budget hotel in Murshidabadalso provides car parking facility. Places of interest include Katra Masjid (3km), Motijheel Park (3 km) and Nashipur Rajbati (4 km). The Murshidabad RailwayStation is (2 km) and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is (192km) from the property.
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by pcsarkar on April 3, 2018
Stayed for 3 nights in March end, 2018 as a short vacation. To expect a professionally managed hotel in a backwater area like Murshidabad would be futile. So our party of four checked in, having booked two nos. double deluxe A/c rooms @ Rs 1100 + taxes per night. The rooms were suffocatingly tiny, and very poorly equipped. Two of us could shift to an Exclusive A/c suite @ Rs 3219 + taxes per night (! ! ! ). The "suite" was horrifyingly expensive, composed of the usual tiny bedroom and a small annexe having a fat sofa, a glass top table, a small fridge and a single, unmade bed. The "hotel" is being run like a dharamshala, with people milling around, both guests and outsiders, since the restaurant attached to the hotel is possibly the only decent restaurant in the town as a whole. However, to come to the plus points, barring the fact that it was not a hotel at all but like a huge apartment complex, in which people could hire a room or two.. few staff, toiling all day, from house keeping to room service and even restaurant duty. But everyone was amiable, smiling, cooperative and helpful. And that is what won our hearts. So we explored the town all day, but had all meals (no complimentary breakfast) in the restaurant only. With the personal attention of the staff. Ever smiling and ever helpful. And the food was VERY GOOD. Indeed, I must have parted with a huge amount of tips; the staff looked so deprived and so impoverished, and yet they were all so friendly that we became a bit emotional when it was time to leave. So final conclusion? Sagnik is the only hotel in this dying town, and that too very strategically located. So if you are prepared to pay heavily, accept very meager facilities and eat superbly cooked, fresh food, here is the "hotel" for you.
by Anu610 on March 9, 2018
Well, long story short... had a phone booking for a double non-ac room. We checked in three hours later from our stipulated time due to personal choice. But, by that time even, the room was not ready. Spider webs were hanging from the roof. No towel was given to us. No TV in the room. Hilariously, after I said so, a boy brought a granddad tv from somewhere and fixed it in our room in our presence and it worked. So we had to do with an antique TV. Then we found dirty white bed sheets and torn pillow cover and somebody's hair on the bed, which was an absolutely a no-no for us. This was too much for me. So I started shouting at the boy. He was unphased. After some time, he simply said,...all bed sheets are in laundry.. so you have to wait till evening... thankfully by night we got a fresh clean pair of pillow covers and a bedsheet, even if they looked quite old. I suspect they never bothered to change the bedsheets earlier after somebody left the room...yuk. On the contrary, the associated restaurant served us good hot bengali food and yummy sweet curd. The Person at reception seemed nice and helpful. He even helped us in procuring a Toto for our day tour the next day. Altogether it is a mixed-bag experience.
by papai2013 on November 22, 2017
Good hotel made better by very good attitude of the owner and the staff however sparse. They attend to your needs. The room phone did not work but one could take the lift down to address issues if any. Food is very reasonable ( five meals and three breakfasts for us six cost RS 1200 in all ! take rooms on the upper floors as they are new additions and look fresh. Food variety is very good and eggs are made to order at breakfast. Service is a bit tardy but your Toto driver is their Man Friday helping out at rush hours..
by Kinshuk N on October 7, 2017
As other reviewers may have mentioned, lack of decent properties in the historical town of Murshidabad implies that terrible places like Sagnik Hotel occupy top position in B&B Inn category on Tripadvisor. If this is the situation in the top rated B&B Inn, I wonder what happens in the other listed properties! Cutting long story short, we had called up and made the advance payment for booking several days ago. But no follow up mail came, acknowledging the receipt. I thought I'd ignore the unprofessional aspect, considering it's a small town. But more surprises were in store. I understand that every establishment needs to follow guidelines set up by local police and community, but they also need to communicate that to the guests, either through email or through website. Here they just told us over phone to bring Voter ID card. Yet, when we arrived after making a 5 hour early morning journey, the receptionist guy refused entry and effectively asked for proof of marriage as my wife's Voter ID has a different address. As we were outraged and argued our case, he simply said rooms are not available. Thankfully, few fellow travellers stepped in and ensured our check-in. Still we decided to talk to the owner so that similar travellers don't go through such harassment. After an hour, we were informed that owner Mr. Rakshit has arrived for his daily round-up. We went to tell him politely that if any rules are enforced by police, the guests should at least be informed beforehand somehow. But we were shocked to see his attitude and his fake pride in owning a dilapidated establishment. Mr. Rakshit simply said, if you want then you can check out, hotel will refund the advanced booking. As I wrote, the Tripadvisor rating may have fanned his ego, but we were in position to handle anymore insults. So we decided to check-out immediately and settled for another property in Berhampore city. Murshidabad has its spectacular heritage legacy, and it deserves more attention from pan-Indian travellers. But it's the crooked small town mindset of small "non-hotels", whose owner(s) feel they are also some kind of Nawab, which is hindering the growth of this excellent weekend destination. I felt pity!
by Bitanuka S on September 7, 2017
A hotel with basic amenities. The hotel staffs are very good and cooperating. Made food as I required for my baby.Food is good. Cleanliness is average. A homely atmosphere. Occational electricity problem.Overall a pleasant stay.
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