Rooms have been designed specifically keeping in mind the fundamental requirements of a business traveller and also the luxury that a traveller would expect from a Three Star rated Hotel. Guests enjoy numerous facilities ranging from appropriate air-conditioning, clean and superior quality bed and bathroom linen, Tea/coffee maker, a well stocked Minibar and luxurious soft furnishings. It is our ultimate aim to provide the guests a good night sleep, and we assure that we would offer more than that.
We believe in providing our guests with world-class food and beverages by nourishing the quality of food and beverages we offer and following strict hygiene standards. Our food outlets include the following.
You can plan events such as conferences, meetings, exhibitions, parties etc. at the “Cristatus” - a 2500 sq.ft. pillar-less hall and “Conference Hall” for meetings and gatherings for 70 to 80 people. Adding exquisite dishes from the cuisines of India, China, and Italy, we would strive to make your experience a memorable one. A “Board Room” accommodating 25 to 30 pax provides audio-visual aid for conducting meetings. We also provide services to cater to small meetings, boardroom discussions, and product showcases with added audio visual facilities.
Keeping in mind the exhaustive schedule our guests follow during their stay, we have designed a recreation area where guests can enjoy watching movies as well as utilize the health and business centre. Guests can benefit from this area for utilizing the business facilities viz. surfing the net through Wi-Fi and sending faxes.
With a drop of over 100ft this horseshoe-shaped waterfall plunges some 40 kms from Jagdalpur city. The beauty of the falls is ravishing even at night as it is illuminated.
As drops of river Kanger hurdle down to form the Tirathgarh waterfall, the sight is simply awe-inspiring. This must-visit waterfall is a great place to refresh your senses.
Situated on the Raipur-Devbhog state highway, Udanti touches the borders of Orrisa and Madhya Pradesh and is 149 km from the capital city, and is open to public from November 1st to June 30th.
125 kms from the city, this sanctuary is home to 150 species of birds is open to public from November 1st to June 30th .
You’ll actually find a world which you never imagined. Bastar introduces you to the land of tribes known as “adivasis”, India’s largest and the grandest waterfalls and one of the last few tracts of virgin forests left in Asia.
An important centre for Buddhism followers, this destination unearthed a rich treasure trove of Buddhist temples and beautifully carved stone doors and panels. The Lakshman Temple and the Gandeshwar Temple are a must visit places at Sirpur.