GOA'S OLDEST HERITAGE HOTEL
Our three Lovingly Restored Heritage Hotels, the WelcomHeritage PanjimInn, the WelcomHeritage Panjim Pousada and the WelcomHeritage Panjim Peoples are Located Centrally in the Latin Quarter of Fontainhas. They are 10 minutes from the Panaji city center, the Bus Station and the River Front.
They provide Old World Goan Hospitality for the Discerning Traveller with a Desire to Experience Goa’s History, Culture, Cuisine and Art. In-House to the Heritage Hotels is Gallery Gitanjali, a Contemporary Art gallery and completing the Experience is The Verandah Restaurant, which takes you on a Sussegado Journey Down Memory Lane to Explore Goa’s Cuisine.
The Panjim Inn, Goa’s First and only Classified Heritage Hotel is a 130 year old Family Mansion, owned and managed by the same Family and is now a part of WelcomHeritage, a joint venture between H.H The Maharaja of JODHPUR and ITC WELCOMGROUP.
The WelcomHeritage Panjiminn faces the Rua de Ourem Creek. It houses 24 Quaint Bedrooms.There is a roof top Dip Pool / Jacuzzi, Sunbather's Lounge and a ground floor dining area for 60 covers.
WelcomHeritage Panjim People's
The groundfloor has an Exotic Art Gallery, the Gitanjali cum conference Hall for 60 persons. On the first floor Four luxurious Heritage Rooms appointed with Fine Old World furnishing and Modern Amenities exudes Charm and Character.
WelcomHeritage Panjim Pousada
This erstwhile Hindu Home in a Catholic Locality has a Central Tulus typical of the Gentile Brahmin Home of yore. This Surreal space is home to Art work and 9 well appointed Bed Rooms with Modern Amenities.
Conveniently located our three WelcomHeritage Hotels make for a Fine Base to Explore Goa. Panaji is Goa’s Capital city with a charming water front which is in the vicinity of the River Mandovi where the prime attractions are the River Cruises and the off shore Casinos. Fortunes are made and lost on a daily basis here!
WelcomHeritage Panjim Inn is the ancestral home of Ajit Sukhija, his son Jack Ajit Sukhija and daughter Gitanjali Sukhija. The house was built around 1880 by Francis Assis’s de Silviera Ajit Sukhija’s maternal great grandfather. Father and Son together with Ajit’s daughter, Dr.Gitanjali are actively involved in the management and operation of the property and the Gallery Gitanjali, as is Ajit’s spouse Dr.Maria Lilia Sequeira.Know More