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Pallavi International Hotel

Heritage Pallavi International Hotel is the leading 'Heritage' hotel of Varanasi. The hotel reflects a perfect amalgamation of the past with the present by proficiently safeguarding the verve of the ancient India, and incorporating the contemporary style.

Built in the 18th century by Late Maharaja Bahadur Sir Krishna PratapSahi, K.C.I.E, Heritage Pallavi International Hotel is one of the Palaces converted hotels where the Rulers of Hathwa Raj (Bihar) had once resided In the year 1984, the grand Palace was transformed into a hotel. Since then, it has been a distinguished preferred Heritage Hotel in the hospitality sector.

The hotel is an ideal representative of the old India with its stateliness ambience and integrates the recent trends and technologies. The hotel brings with it fragranced blossoming greenery. Detailed attention has been paid to maintain peace and serenity in and around the hotel to let you relax. Keeping up with the royal taste of art and craft, the hotel is adorned with numerous paintings and handicrafts

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Hathwa Place
Chetganj 
City : Varanasi
PinCode : 221 001
State : Uttar Pradesh

Special Room Facilities:
Attached bath with hot & cold water, Safe deposit, Elegantly furnished

Access:
22 km from Airport;
1 km from Railway Station;
1 km from Bus Stand

Locational Advantage:
Located in the heart of town

Number of rooms:
30

Banquet Facilities:
Halls : 2

Air Conditioning : Partially Air-conditioned

Restaurants: 1 ,  Cuisine :   Indian, Chinese, Continental 

Check out time:
12:00 noon

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