Panaji Inn



Panaji Inn is one of the first big houses in Fontainhas. It has been an inevitable part of the Latin Quarter Pantheon for a long a time. The inn was built by Francis Assis D'Silveira, a successful businessman, in 1800s. The gilded pelmets and the wrought iron railings that runs across the balconies and verandahs in the first floor, adds delight to putting up at the inn.

Panaji Inn offers 24 bedrooms for the accommodation of the guests. Accommodation at the inn includes 12 old house and 12 rebuilt section,facing the Rua de Ourem. Panaji Inn is known to provide all the modern facilities including mini fridge, satellite television, air conditioning and so on and so forth. It is noteworthy that the rooms of the inn are individual in character. Each of the rooms possesses four poster beds, period furnitures, paintings and carved rosewood almirahs. The in-house art gallery of Panaji Inn at Goa has been instrumental in attracting the tourists. The art gallery creates an air of romance and an old world charm.

Dining in the Panaji Inn of Goa includes authentic Indian and Continental cuisine. Tourists can also try their hands in cooking at the in-house restaurant. The Inn is also known to serve local Feni and beer. The beautiful ambiance and the good food and drink adds delight to putting up at the inn.

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Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



     


     

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