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Itachuna Rajbari

Itachuna Hoogly District, Kolkata 712147 India
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Itachuna Hoogly District, Kolkata 712147 India
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Aniruddha M wrote a review Apr 2021
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The manager over here is not trained at all. He sits in his office armed chair and talks to people as if he is running an institution. The place is beautiful but beware of the staff and theanager. You will pay hefty amount for the rooms and the food and you will be getting sub standard service. Their bigotry will ammuse you more than the place itself. There are better Rajbaris to visit. Better heritage hotels to stay at.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
bhaskar chakrabarti wrote a review Mar 2021
delhi111 contributions3 helpful votes
Good place to visit and leisure. Excellent food. Guide was there to guide u and service was good too. Rajbari kept clean and secured. Saw the aarti and heard playing of fulte. There was car parking inside. Rooms were very good and have a good scenery.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Room Tip: Mud room are quieter with rural art. Good garden and courtyard in each mud rooms. Mud houses...
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Prerna Chatterjee wrote a review Feb 2021
Kolkata, India1 contribution
I went for a 3 days-2 nights' trip with my family. We had two rooms (Boro Pishi for 3 and Chhoto Boudi for 2). Considering the high charges of the place, the rooms and services were average. The Boro Pishi room was supposed to accommodate the 3 of us. But it was actually a double bedroom where they had thrown in an extra cot right in front of the bathroom for the third guest. The Chhoto Boudi room for 2 was in fact bigger than Boro Pishi. So idk why that is meant for two people. There was a foul smell coming from the washroom of the Chhoto Boudi room all day and night. We asked the management to look into it, or change the room. They refused, citing the lack of available rooms. So we stayed on with the foul smell, wearing masks even when we went to sleep. Another weird thing enforced by the administration is that you CANNOT go out once you are within the property. They close the gates and you feel like a prisoner in the premises. There is not much to do within the property, except for strolling around and clicking pictures. After a point you feel like going out in the fields for some fresh air. The only good thing about our stay was the food. It was piping hot, fresh and delicious. Mostly Bengali delicacies which were delectable.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Paramita S wrote a review Feb 2021
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Tired of being indoors due to the pandemic we visited this place as it was within driving distance. The place is beautiful with a history leading back to the Marathi looteras who came to Bengal and settled down here. The place is huge and the rooms have the names of the relations... Thakumar ghor, boudir ghor, etc. The building has a temple where arati is done every evening. The rooms and building is decorated with antique furniture. The food is typical Bengali fare served in traditional kansha utensils. The staff were quite friendly. A nice overnight stay.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Mainak Bandyopadhyay wrote a review Dec 2020
Kolkata, India25 contributions16 helpful votes
Who should visit: Anyone who wishes to stay in a Rajbari can visit this place. But if you have already stayed in a similar property, you may skip this, because there is nothing exceptional. Key attraction: Key attraction is of course this Rajbari and the whole complex. (Remember there is nothing to see outside the complex by walk although). However, you can have a short trip by car to visit some attractions which are described clearly in the Rajbari website. What is good: Overall ambience is good. Remember, this is actually a Zamindar-bari, not Rajbari. There is a guided tour (free) arranged in the afternoon to show you the whole complex and hear the story of how the Zamindars migrated from Maharashtra and became part of Bengal. Another attraction is the food, which is typical (local) in nature; tests good and served in a typical Zamindari way. Thirdly, you will get playing facilities like Table Tennis, Carrom, Badminton etc. Not so good: You may not get 3 star hotel type facility and service in all the rooms, but it is still decent. Overall, the service people, managers. etc. are slightly reserved but professional. Go for this for a day trip or maximum one night trip.
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Date of stay: December 2020
IndiaWest BengalKolkata DistrictKolkata
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Frequently Asked Questions about Itachuna Rajbari
What are some of the property amenities at Itachuna Rajbari?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Itachuna Rajbari?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Itachuna Rajbari?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.