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WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn is one of the first big colonial mansion of Fontainhas, Goa. Nestled in the heart of Asia’s only Latin quarter of Fontainhas, the hotel is distinctively unique and absorbing. This 130-year-old family mansion has beautiful archaic decor, an in-house contemporary art gallery, The Verandah restaurant, and a lovely timeworn charm making the living experience more vivid and real. The 19th century restored heritage hotel is concurrent with old-world Goan hospitality for the discerning traveler with a desire to know Goa’s history, culture, cuisine, and art.  The celebrated destination Goa conjures up images of its pristine beaches, palm-fringed shores, beachfront Portuguese bungalows, and its ‘susegad’ or 'Joy of living' lifestyle. This tropical paradise is known for its flea markets, adventurous escapade, enthralling nightlife, sumptuous food, fantastic restaurants and amazing bars . Nonetheless, there’s more to Goa and its hidden gems can be very vehement. The architectural marvels from its colonial days still exhibit a blend of baroque and Portuguese styles, especially the Cathedrals and the Churches. One can also delve deep in knowing its Mauryan and Buddhist existence along with the medieval caves, carvings, and temples. The smallest state of India is also known for its mineral-rich lands and special economic zones.  It's the zealous spirit of Goa that entices people from around the world and the umpteen options of how to spend their time here. Truly a space to soak the essence of Goa, WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn is among the most centrally located hotels in Goa making it the exemplary choice for vacation. 

•    Library
•    Laundry services
•    Doctor on call
•    Airport pick up (chargeable)
•    Internet & fax
•    Credit card 
 

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•    Heritage walk
•    Gallery Gitanjali
•    Board games
•    The M-Salon

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Verandah Restaurant - Overlooking the busy street corner, Verandah dishes out a mix of Goan, Indian and Continental cuisine, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and cocktails. Our popular dishes are Pork Sorpotel and SambarachiKodi and the Goan curries. For Dessert, we recommend the Portuguese Serra durra and Bebinca. This cute spot is perfect for sipping the farm brewed Feni. 
 

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WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn is equipped with an Epson projector, screen, whiteboard, flip charts, collar mike & wireless mike and can accommodate  45 people in T/U/Hollow Square Style, 42 in Classroom style, 60 in theatre style and 54 in crescent style (3/table). Our Gitanjali gallery fits the bill for business meets, Conferences, seminars, product launches, annual meets, etc. So if work with play is on your mind then, this colonial residence is just the hotel for you.
 

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Cashew Plantation:  One of the major horticulture crops of Goa is cashew. Grown for its fruits and sap, this crop is exported to major markets of the world. One can learn about the fruit and the famous Goan drink ‘Feni’ at the plantation farms of Goa. On the farm tour a detailed insight is shared about the cashew plants, planting, fruit harvesting, feni distillation, and nut processing at the orchard. All these activities and traditional cashew nut roasting can be fun if travelling with friends and family. 

 45 km from the hotel

Aguada Fort:  Standing tall on the famous Goan beach Candolim, this 17th-century Portuguese fort was built as a watch guard against the Dutch and other invaders. This fort also has a lighthouse. It is large enough to cover the entire peninsula and used to be a grandstand for 100 cannons. It had a gigantic cistern which could store over 2,300,000 gallons of water. It was the great height and width of the fort that saved it from being conquered by invaders during the 450-year-long rule of the Portuguese empire in India. It is an ASI-protected Monument of National Importance in Goa.
 15 km from the resort


Basilica Of Bom Jesus: It is a Roman Catholic Church and recognized by the UNESCO world heritage site. The basilica located in Old Goa holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and is a fine example of the baroque and Portuguese architecture in India. The saint was believed to have great healing powers and even after 400 years of burial, his remains are still in good condition. The main altar has a standing statue of St. Ignatius Loyola overlooking Baby Jesus. The Basilica also has a gallery depicting paintings and carvings from the Holy Bible. 
 10 km from the resort


Chapora Fort: Located in Bardez, Chapora Fort was built by the Muslim ruler Adil Shah called Shahpura was captured by many rulers including the Portuguese altering its name to Chapora. Known for its stunning views across the river and the greensward around, the spot is flocked with tourists all year round. Sitting at a prominent height, the fort garners hypnotizing views from all its directions, especially when the golden rays of the sun meet the shore creating a unique blend of hues all over the skyline. The best time to visit Chapora Fort is at the crack of the dawn or the twilight hours of the day. 
 20 km from the resort

Se Cathedral: This peaceful and serene cathedral was built in 1619 to establish the land-sliding triumph of Afonso Albuquerque over a Muslim infantry. The architecture of the cathedral is a rich amalgam of Tuscan and Corinthian styles. It took over 80 years to finish this grand piece and is now part of the World Heritage Site, Churches, and convents of Goa. Its sanctum sanctorum is dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria. It is known for its beautiful white facade, intricate wood and gilded carvings, paintings, chapels, and a large bell, known as “The Golden Bell”, one of the best in the world.  
 10 km from the resort

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  • Indoor & outdoor games

  • Restaurant 

  • Library

  • Check-in : 2:00pm

    Check-out : 12:00pm

    Complimentary Parking

    Wheelchair assistance

    Drivers sleeping arrangement

    ACCOMMODATIONS

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    WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn, Goa - Standard Room
    STANDARD ROOM City view
    Soak up the spirit of colonial Goa in these beautifully furnished compact rooms. The decor of these rooms is very reminiscent of the traditional Portuguese homes. The cozy setting of the room is perfect to unwind and relax. Each room has double or twin beds, a period cupboard, a work desk and chair, old-world pelmets, and contemporary art. The area spread of these rooms is 220 sq. ft.   
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   3 Adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   150 sq.ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    5000*

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    WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn, Goa - Deluxe Room
    DELUXE ROOM Creek view
    Wake up fresh in the antique canopied beds with other accompanying furniture of the mahogany tones. The careful juxtaposition of old-age decor with the contemporary setting ignites the senses and comes with double or twin beds, a period cupboard, a work desk and chair, old-world pelmets, and contemporary art. The area spread of these rooms is 260 sq. ft.    
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   3 Adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   260 sq.ft
    Starting Rate/Night

    4000*

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    WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn, Goa - Superior Room
    SUPERIOR ROOM Creek view
    These rooms are a lyrical blend of classical decor with modern, comfortable, and convenient amenities. Two of these rooms are in the old wing and six are located on the 1st floor of the new extension. They have high-quality antique furniture with double or twin beds, a period cupboard, a work desk and chair, old-world pelmets, and contemporary art. The total area spread of these rooms is 300 sq. ft.  
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   3 Adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   250 sq.ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    5000*

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    WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn, Goa - People's Superior Room
    PEOPLE`S SUPERIOR ROOM City view
    Designed as private abode these rooms are naturally lit, spacious, adorned with rich wooden furniture and period pieces. Exuding an age-old charm of the Portuguese homes, these rooms are refined for relaxing in peace.    
    •   Inclusive of Breakfast
    •   3 Adults + 1 Child
    •   King-size bed
    •   350 sq.ft.
    Starting Rate/Night

    5000*

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    Cashew Plantation:  One of the major horticulture crops of Goa is cashew. Grown for its fruits and sap, this crop is exported to major markets of the world. One can learn about the fruit and the famous Goan drink ‘Feni’ at the plantation farms of Goa. On the farm tour a detailed insight is shared about the cashew plants, planting, fruit harvesting, feni distillation, and nut processing at the orchard. All these activities and traditional cashew nut roasting can be fun if travelling with friends and family. 

     45 km from the hotel

    Aguada Fort:  Standing tall on the famous Goan beach Candolim, this 17th-century Portuguese fort was built as a watch guard against the Dutch and other invaders. This fort also has a lighthouse. It is large enough to cover the entire peninsula and used to be a grandstand for 100 cannons. It had a gigantic cistern which could store over 2,300,000 gallons of water. It was the great height and width of the fort that saved it from being conquered by invaders during the 450-year-long rule of the Portuguese empire in India. It is an ASI-protected Monument of National Importance in Goa.
     15 km from the resort


    Basilica Of Bom Jesus: It is a Roman Catholic Church and recognized by the UNESCO world heritage site. The basilica located in Old Goa holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and is a fine example of the baroque and Portuguese architecture in India. The saint was believed to have great healing powers and even after 400 years of burial, his remains are still in good condition. The main altar has a standing statue of St. Ignatius Loyola overlooking Baby Jesus. The Basilica also has a gallery depicting paintings and carvings from the Holy Bible. 
     10 km from the resort


    Chapora Fort: Located in Bardez, Chapora Fort was built by the Muslim ruler Adil Shah called Shahpura was captured by many rulers including the Portuguese altering its name to Chapora. Known for its stunning views across the river and the greensward around, the spot is flocked with tourists all year round. Sitting at a prominent height, the fort garners hypnotizing views from all its directions, especially when the golden rays of the sun meet the shore creating a unique blend of hues all over the skyline. The best time to visit Chapora Fort is at the crack of the dawn or the twilight hours of the day. 
     20 km from the resort

    Se Cathedral: This peaceful and serene cathedral was built in 1619 to establish the land-sliding triumph of Afonso Albuquerque over a Muslim infantry. The architecture of the cathedral is a rich amalgam of Tuscan and Corinthian styles. It took over 80 years to finish this grand piece and is now part of the World Heritage Site, Churches, and convents of Goa. Its sanctum sanctorum is dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria. It is known for its beautiful white facade, intricate wood and gilded carvings, paintings, chapels, and a large bell, known as “The Golden Bell”, one of the best in the world.  
     10 km from the resort

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    WELCOMHERITAGE PANJIM INN

    • E-212, 31st January Road, Fontainhas Goa
    • 080-45771900, +91 832 2221122
    • holidays@welcomheritagehotels.in


    By Air

    Distance from Goa International Airport - 30 km

    By Train

    Distance from Madgoan railway station - 45 km

    Distance from Thivim railway station - 20 km