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Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys (Rajbari)

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12 Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys (Rajbari) Cossimbazar Road, Berhampore 742102 Índia
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Shibaji D escreveu uma avaliação 16 de ago.
Calcutá, Índia169 contribuições115 votos úteis
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COSSIMBAZAR - THE STAY We had planned for a relaxed and non taxing holiday – and we were rewarded exactly that by the hosts at the Cossimbazar Palace of the ROYS all through our stay. The huge mansion has all the trappings of a colonial palace – tall ceilings, archways, temples, fountains, gardens et al A traditional welcome over, we were guided to our rooms (Rooms 1&2) on the ground floor (a covered palatial courtyard, doubling as the sitting area (period furniture, sparkling chandelier, a tall atrium and a a cute piano giving the area a befitting ambience) separated the 2 rooms. The rooms were reasonably large, the linen spotless, the beds royal and high (there’s a stool that one can use to climb on to the bed), almirah reminding one of the good old days, well made toilet with most trappings, the air con working and good, a fridge in the room, tea- coffee maker and a marble topped centre table and chairs bringing up the rear. We strolled across the palace’s grounds (one witnesses the care and love of the owners in the upkeep of the gardens – full of giant trees that grow well in the region – mangoes, guava, water apple, seasonal vegetables, flowering tree beds (large flowering tress like Nagalingam) – all adorn the huge gardens set amidst a couple of ponds. The front façade resembles the typical British era royalty – triangular frontage, a huge clock tower looking straight up, manicured lawns, a couple of fountains, technology playing its part in changing colours in the evening – all working to make the atmosphere surreal! What enhanced the beauty of the stay was an hour long audio visual presentation by the present owner, Mr Palalbh Roy – the history of Cossimbazar (never knew that this was an international riverine port -the principal reason for the traders to flock the area leading to the massive development of Murshidabad). In Mr Roy’s words – had the port not been there at Cossimbazar, perhaps the history of India would have followed a different path. The artefacts strewn all round the palace are stunning to say the least – well curated collection of over 2 centuries by the ancestors and the British Managers (for some time the estate was administered by the British Royalty) – all spic and span (demonstrating the willingness of the present owners to showcase these in true spirit) – these adorn shelf spaces even in all the resident rooms. Mr Roy was candid and honest to let us know that the title of RAJA was not conferred on the family for keeps, but were given to individuals of the ROY family over time for the service that they had rendered to the society. The palace grounds abound in well kept temples – deities that are worshipped every day by the Pujaris; we were told that all the major deities – Durga, Saraswati, Lakshmi are worshipped with much fanfare annually, besides celebrating Holi, Ratha Yatra and all. Ever evening that we were there, the palace had organized cultural shows – a magician one day, and a performance by the local kids and adults (supported by the Roopkatha Foundation) the next day COSSIMBAZAR - THE HOSPITALITY Well, there’s no word to describe the lovely hospitality showered by all all through our stay – the owners taking personal interest in the well being of the guests, the manager ensuring that our stay is comfortable at all times, the support staff down to the juniormost employee walking the extra mile to help and assist – teamwork to be seen to be believed! COSSIMBAZAR – THE DINING The Dining area overlooks a garden on one side and a temple on the other; spaciously laid, the area is good enough to cater to nearly all guests at the same time. A good thing is a strict no-no to serving any food to the rooms – this ensures that the rooms don’t stink and that the catering staff is always available in the dining room to help out. The food quality is at par with most good hotels – a reasonable and delicious spread of Continental and Indian food. We had asked for a special spread on Aug 14 (part of the anniversary celebration for ADITI-AMITABHA)) and how wonderfully did they lay the food out – five types of fries, dal, vegetables, fish, lobsters, Chicken, Lamb, rice, pulao, a Bengali speciality (Muri Ghanta), Papad, Dahi and sweets – each of the items made with care and tasting delicious – a fitting celebration for ADITI and AMITABHA.
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Data da estadia: agosto de 2022
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Saibal G escreveu uma avaliação mar. de 2022
Dubai, Emirados Árabes9 contribuições7 votos úteis
Our group comprising 4 families stayed at the Cossimbazar Rajbari for two nights recently & this review is the consensus opinion of the group. Starting with a traditional welcome by blowing conch shells, the hospitality extended by the staff was excellent throughout. The daily lunch/ dinner items served , specially the Royal Feast ( Rajbhog) were excellent & every effort was made to cater to our culinary demands even if the item we wanted was not on the menu. The Manager -Nishith- was very cooperative & went out of his way to meet our needs. He planned our sightseeing itinerary & arranged for the cars, even despatching a replacement car immediately when one of the cars had problems with its AC during our tour- truly great service!! One of the highlights of our stay was the dance performance by a group of children. This was held in the Durga mandap & we were charmed by the talent on display by the young performers. We came to know that the dance training for the kids was being supported & sponsored by the owners of the Palace- a truly commendable initiative! Our stay was not without its disappointments though. These comments are meant for the owners because only they can address these concerns. Touted as a heritage stay in Royal ambience, the Rajbari sadly falls far short of the class expected from such an appellation. The rooms are on the smaller side & seem to have been carved out of the larger rooms of the original Palace, resulting in awkward layouts specially for the toilet & adjoining areas. The room furnishings are minimal and the partition walls are so thin that one can eavesdrop on the talk going on in adjoining room. The mattresses as well as the pillows are not soft & do not provide the anticipated Royal levels of comfort at all!! The décor, starting with the lobby area, strikes a discordant note immediately on stepping into the Rajbari. One would expect at least a small touch of Royal elegance at the lobby / lounge areas which are the first to be seen by a guest. However the tiny Reception lobby may be termed generously as utilitarian & the lounge area sports furniture that seem to have been either crafted by a local carpenter or maybe procured from a garage sale. Even the sofa / chairs upholstery don’t match. Some of the walls display cheap picture prints - a bizarre potpourri of Chinese scenery, abstract images and even a few faded ancestral portraits. Overall the haphazard décor seems to be a testimony to the lack of taste of whoever was responsible for renovating the original Palace. The room tariff is at par with some of Kolkata’s 5-star hotels. This, together with the descriptions on the Rajbari website, will lead any guest to rightfully expect a Royal stay with plushness and elegance. However, both are lacking and the guest will be sorely disappointed. While the staff try their best to provide a happy guest experience, they can do little to change the ambience. The Palace hospitality offering is not very old. There is still time to put in serious effort to enhance current quality standards. Else word of mouth will surely spread among travellers & they will shun a stay where there is so much gap between hype & reality. Hopefully the owners will take some action on this constructive criticism.
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Data da estadia: março de 2022
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Dica de quarto: Opt for rooms on level 1 though a steep staircase has to be negotiated
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Ajay Shroff escreveu uma avaliação dez. de 2021
Calcutá, Índia7 contribuições4 votos úteis
Unprofessional place with no service No infrastructure. Never visited a place which lacks any amenities Advise all to avoid wastage of money It will spoil your weekend. Hotel which lacks any professional attitude.Room in the pictures are different to what provided.No reception Please refrain
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Data da estadia: dezembro de 2021Tipo de viagem: Viajou com amigos
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Angana_Das escreveu uma avaliação dez. de 2021
Calcutá, Índia39 contribuições40 votos úteis
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Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys has been renovated lately and is a true amalgamation of the old with the new. The rooms and halls have been renovated to reflect the old age aura, along with addition of the best amenities for guests. Rooms are spacious, beautifully furnished with antique furniture and aesthetically pleasing fixtures. Food is excellent and one is spoilt for choice. We went during the Christmas holidays and enjoyed a wonderful spread, curated specifically for the holiday season. Mr Pallab Roy, owner of the property and a descendant of the erstwhile Raja, personally supervised the management and gave wonderful insights into the history of the royal family. In addition, he had arranged cultural programmes in the evening like the Alkaap Gaan, which is a type of music that originated in the Murshidabad district. Overall, we really loved our stay in Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys and recommend it highly.
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Data da estadia: dezembro de 2021
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Dica de quarto: All rooms have antique furniture and there are quadruple rooms as well for bigger families
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ÍndiaWest BengalMurshidabad DistrictBerhampore
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Quais são as atrações conhecidas perto de Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys (Rajbari)?
As atrações próximas incluem Hazarduari Palace Museum (a 6,9 km), Katra Masjid (a 6,9 km) e Motijheel Park (a 5,0 km).
Quais são os restaurantes perto de Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys (Rajbari)?
Restaurantes com ótima localização incluem Singh Saab, City Tower Hotel e Karloff.
Há locais históricos perto de Cossimbazar Palace of the Roys (Rajbari)?
Muitos viajantes gostam de visitar Katra Masjid (a 6,9 km), Old Cossimbazar (berhampore) Palace (a 0,07 km) e Azimganj (a 3,5 km).