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OVERVIEW

WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas stands as a proud assertion of Punjabi heritage, its culture, and traditions. The ethos of Ranjitvilas still invigorates unity and celebration that is life in togetherness. The two-storey resort spread over 1.5 acres of land is a unique farm manor in the heart of a city. Imbibing the countryside of Punjab is the genesis of WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas. Bejeweled with well-spruced gardens, porches and a swimming pool and with a stone-throw away distance of 2 km from the airport and 5 km from the railway station the resort becomes an easy choice for the travelers. 


WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas is situated on the holy land of Amritsar, a city in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab, founded by the fourth Sikh Guru, Ram Das in 1574. It is home to the most sacred shrines of Sikhism, The Golden Temple. It is also popular for Jallianwala Bagh, Wagah Border, and the gastronomical extravaganza. One of the fastest-growing cities of Punjab, Amritsar is now thriving in its textile and tourism industries.  

Each element of this beautiful resort is quintessentially Punjabi, right from the architecture and decor to its offerings and hospitality. The farm stay construction that carries centuries of Indian rustic architectural distinctions and a fragrance of its soil. Mud and bricks, tractors and machaans, distinct Punjabi food, and down-to-earth simplicity, all blend excellently at WelcomHeritage RanjitVilas, one of the best hotels in Amritsar.

The in-house activities of Kite Flying, Turban Tying, and entertaining Bhangra shows liven up the stay. All the major tourist attractions are in close proximity to the resort for an all out-of-the-door experiences.
 

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SERVICES & FACILITIES

•    Credit card 
•    On site parking
•    24*7 room service
•    Currency exchange
•    Internet & fax
•    Doctor on call

LEISURE & RECREATION

•    Swimming pool
•    Indoor and outdoor games
•    Turban tying 
•    Kite flying
•    Bhangra live shows

FOOD & BEVERAGE

The Indian Rasoi- A multi-cuisine restaurant that can accommodate 40 people. Known for its authentic north Indian delicacies, mainly Mughlai, Avadhi, Punjabi Frontier, and other contemporaries like Chinese, Italian is perfect for a family to dine-in. The amazing experience of enjoying sumptuous meals while soaking up the real punjabiyat is truly an unmatched experience.
 

CONFERENCES & MEETINGS

WelcomHeritage RanjitVilas has everything to plan your weddings, social events, and corporate meets. The multiple garden spaces and well equipped conferences rooms of the resort can cater to the needs of different requirements.  With a total area of 4,700 sq. ft., the resort can be decked royally to tie the knot in punjabi style
 

excursions

Golden Temple:  Sri Harmandir Sahib,  informally referred to as the "Golden Temple” was built in 1577 around a man-made pool. It is symbol of brotherhood and equality and is open for people from all walks of life. The sanctum is covered in gold foil and hence referred to as Golden Temple. The temple was a repeat target of the persecution from the Mughal and Afghani invaders yet its spirit of the Sikh community kept rebuilding it with an unadulterated ideology of serving humanity. The Gurudwara complex also has a tower clock, museum and organizes a “langar seva”. This shrine of India is one of the most visited places in the world.
 13 km from the resort

Wagah border: India - Pakistan international border is known as Wagah border. At the time of partition, migrants used this border to travel to Pakistan from India. Since 1959, both the countries have been conducting the lowering of the flags ceremony here as a daily ritual.The army post of both the nations does the change of guard with handshakes and impressive drills. One should definitely see the Wagah border ceremony of lowering flags and military parades of rapid movements. 
 17 km from the resort

Jallianwala Bagh: Jallianwala Bagh known for the massacre that happened against the civilians at the festival of Baisakhi on 13th April 1919. The site is now a memorial designed by the American architect Benjamin Polk. The bullet marks still remain on the walls and adjoining buildings of the park. It also has a well into which many people drowned to save from the gunfire. Today, people visit this Bagh to pay homage to the ones who lost their lives in this massacre. 

 14 km from the resort

Durgiana Temple: Even though it's a Hindu pilgrimage, its architecture is very similar to the Golden Temple. This temple is devoted to Goddess Durga and has gained a lot of popularity in recent years because of its history. It is believed to have been there since the 16th century and legend has it that heirs of Lord Rama bound Lord Hanuman to a tree and the same tree is still present at the courtyard of the temple. The temple is also called the Silver Temple because of the silver door carvings.  
 12 km from the resort

Valmiki Tirath Sthal :  Dedicated to Maharishi Valmiki, this temple panorama complex is another popular tourist attractions of Amritsar. This temple was once sage Maharishi Valmiki’s abode. It is believed that the temple dates back to the Ramayana age and is popularly known as Sita’s refuge after being abandoned by Lord Rama. She gave birth to Lord Ram’s twin sons Lava-Kusha here.  Today, we can see an 8ft tall, gold-plated seated statue of the sage. It's a beautiful temple with a lake around it. The temple is all lit up with golden shimmering lights in the night offering a spectacular sight.
 15 km from the resort

 

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OVERVIEW

WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas stands as a proud assertion of Punjabi heritage, its culture, and traditions. The ethos of Ranjitvilas still invigorates unity and celebration that is life in togetherness. The two-storey resort spread over 1.5 acres of land is a unique farm manor in the heart of a city. Imbibing the countryside of Punjab is the genesis of WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas. Bejeweled with well-spruced gardens, porches and a swimming pool and with a stone-throw away distance of 2 km from the airport and 5 km from the railway station the resort becomes an easy choice for the travelers. 


WelcomHeritage Ranjitvilas is situated on the holy land of Amritsar, a city in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab, founded by the fourth Sikh Guru, Ram Das in 1574. It is home to the most sacred shrines of Sikhism, The Golden Temple. It is also popular for Jallianwala Bagh, Wagah Border, and the gastronomical extravaganza. One of the fastest-growing cities of Punjab, Amritsar is now thriving in its textile and tourism industries.  

Each element of this beautiful resort is quintessentially Punjabi, right from the architecture and decor to its offerings and hospitality. The farm stay construction that carries centuries of Indian rustic architectural distinctions and a fragrance of its soil. Mud and bricks, tractors and machaans, distinct Punjabi food, and down-to-earth simplicity, all blend excellently at WelcomHeritage RanjitVilas, one of the best hotels in Amritsar.

The in-house activities of Kite Flying, Turban Tying, and entertaining Bhangra shows liven up the stay. All the major tourist attractions are in close proximity to the resort for an all out-of-the-door experiences.
 

Read More

SERVICES & FACILITIES

•    Credit card 
•    On site parking
•    24*7 room service
•    Currency exchange
•    Internet & fax
•    Doctor on call

LEISURE & RECREATION

•    Swimming pool
•    Indoor and outdoor games
•    Turban tying 
•    Kite flying
•    Bhangra live shows

FOOD & BEVERAGE

The Indian Rasoi- A multi-cuisine restaurant that can accommodate 40 people. Known for its authentic north Indian delicacies, mainly Mughlai, Avadhi, Punjabi Frontier, and other contemporaries like Chinese, Italian is perfect for a family to dine-in. The amazing experience of enjoying sumptuous meals while soaking up the real punjabiyat is truly an unmatched experience.
 

CONFERENCES & MEETINGS

WelcomHeritage RanjitVilas has everything to plan your weddings, social events, and corporate meets. The multiple garden spaces and well equipped conferences rooms of the resort can cater to the needs of different requirements.  With a total area of 4,700 sq. ft., the resort can be decked royally to tie the knot in punjabi style
 

Golden Temple:  Sri Harmandir Sahib,  informally referred to as the "Golden Temple” was built in 1577 around a man-made pool. It is symbol of brotherhood and equality and is open for people from all walks of life. The sanctum is covered in gold foil and hence referred to as Golden Temple. The temple was a repeat target of the persecution from the Mughal and Afghani invaders yet its spirit of the Sikh community kept rebuilding it with an unadulterated ideology of serving humanity. The Gurudwara complex also has a tower clock, museum and organizes a “langar seva”. This shrine of India is one of the most visited places in the world.
 13 km from the resort

Wagah border: India - Pakistan international border is known as Wagah border. At the time of partition, migrants used this border to travel to Pakistan from India. Since 1959, both the countries have been conducting the lowering of the flags ceremony here as a daily ritual.The army post of both the nations does the change of guard with handshakes and impressive drills. One should definitely see the Wagah border ceremony of lowering flags and military parades of rapid movements. 
 17 km from the resort

Jallianwala Bagh: Jallianwala Bagh known for the massacre that happened against the civilians at the festival of Baisakhi on 13th April 1919. The site is now a memorial designed by the American architect Benjamin Polk. The bullet marks still remain on the walls and adjoining buildings of the park. It also has a well into which many people drowned to save from the gunfire. Today, people visit this Bagh to pay homage to the ones who lost their lives in this massacre. 

 14 km from the resort

Durgiana Temple: Even though it's a Hindu pilgrimage, its architecture is very similar to the Golden Temple. This temple is devoted to Goddess Durga and has gained a lot of popularity in recent years because of its history. It is believed to have been there since the 16th century and legend has it that heirs of Lord Rama bound Lord Hanuman to a tree and the same tree is still present at the courtyard of the temple. The temple is also called the Silver Temple because of the silver door carvings.  
 12 km from the resort

Valmiki Tirath Sthal :  Dedicated to Maharishi Valmiki, this temple panorama complex is another popular tourist attractions of Amritsar. This temple was once sage Maharishi Valmiki’s abode. It is believed that the temple dates back to the Ramayana age and is popularly known as Sita’s refuge after being abandoned by Lord Rama. She gave birth to Lord Ram’s twin sons Lava-Kusha here.  Today, we can see an 8ft tall, gold-plated seated statue of the sage. It's a beautiful temple with a lake around it. The temple is all lit up with golden shimmering lights in the night offering a spectacular sight.
 15 km from the resort

 

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ACCOMMODATIONS

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HERITAGE ROOM
These elegant and comfortable guest rooms are adorned with handcrafted artefacts and decorations. These rooms have a furnished balcony overlooking the property. All rooms are equipped with a cozy sitting area and a well-equipped bathroom with all required modern amenities.
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Television
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  Mini fridge
  •  safe
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HERITAGE PREMIUM ROOMS
These well-designed rooms are adorned with upholstery and craftsmanship that depict and represent the lifestyle of farm area. Each room features a spacious desk and perfectly appointed bathroom. The large private balcony has a tea table with a vantage view.
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Television
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  Mini fridge
  •  safe
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HERITAGE SUITE
These two-bay suites feature tastefully appointed bedrooms with a living area and large bathroom. A private sitting area adds to the luxury and relaxation quotient!
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Television
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  Complimentary drinking water
  •  Mini fridge
  •  safe
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WH RANJIT VILAS

  • Palm Grove, Pearl Lane, Airport Road, Amritsar, Punjab-143001, India
  • +91-75270-03221
  • ranjitvilas@gmail.com