Erica Hotels offers a multi-cuisine restaurant and free internet access. The hotel is situated in Model Town about 1.5 km from the Bus Stand . The hotel in Panipat has 25 luxurious air-conditioned rooms. Each room has a double/twin bed, television, telephone, kettle, mini bar, room heater and attached bathrooms with hot and cold running water. Some rooms also come with separate seating areas and executive desks. Erica Hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and travel assistance. The property in Panipat is close to New Delhi with banquet facilities and an onsite multi-cuisine restaurant.
The hotel also offers also has a Coffee Shop /lounge, Bqt Hall, concierge, luggage storage, currency exchange and power back up.
The hotel is 90 km from New Delhi and attractions like India Gate (90 km), Qutub Minar (100 km) and Red Fort (87 km). It is situated just 1.50km from bus stand, 2.2km from the railway station, 0.5 km from Mall and 0.2 km from Park.
WHY GUEST CHOOSE ERICA HOTEL?
Erica Hotel is a safe, gender agnostic place. Our message to the world is #Love and we welcome everyone without any discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual preferences, religion, and physical abilities. We respect everyone’s choices and celebrate diversity!
Being inclusive is the need of the hour. It brings creativity, drives originality of thought, and helps us understand our customer better. It is important for an organization to be inclusive – as a brand, we understand our clients better and as an employer, your employees are happier and loyal as they bring their whole self to work
Plan a corporate event or a social gathering for up to 150 guests at this modern hotel in Panipat . The hotel features a versatile banqueting and conferencing space and ample parking for all your needs. The partition in the banquet hall makes it convenient to organize two events at the same time.
For more information, please feel free to get in touch with our Banquet Manager.
Erica Panipat , offers 25 contemporary rooms, poised to suit the requirements of every discerning traveler. All the rooms are equipped with modern amenities.
The Deluxe Rooms are designed to offer a blissfully relaxed stay in a contemporary ambience for a comfortable good night’s sleep
Erica Club Room:
Erica Club Rooms are designed to offer a little extra of everything. These rooms provide a superior experience and service comparable to the “Best in Class” rooms in the city. The rooms come with an option of either a kind size bed or twin beds.
The Executive Suite offers a combination of comfort, style and convenience. The spacious Suites offer a separate living/ dining area, private workstation and a fully equipped four-fixture bathroom.
The Kitchen is a multi-cuisine restaurant that enthralls you with its menu and service. The best flavors in world cuisine have been picked up by our chefs to provide a unique culinary experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
OTB - The Lounge
A stylish lounge bar, The Lounge echoes the quality standards of the hotel making it a great place for business and pleasure. An amazing range of exotic cocktails, international wines, draught beer, mocktails and starters serve every mood.
Our 24-hour in-room dining menu offers a selection of the finest Indian, Oriental and Western cuisine for you to relish in the privacy and relaxed comfort of your own room.
Air Café Lounge
Air Café Lounge is a stylish bar at the terrace which offers spectacular settings and views under the open sky. Offers a selection of beverages and food.
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Standing deftly for seven hundred years, this tomb is also known as Dargah of Shah Kalandar Khizar Khan, the son of Allau-din Khilji. Bu-Ali-Shah Kalandar was a saint born in 1190 A.D.
Enclosed at Qalandar chowk, this is one tomb, whose architecture matches the likes of Ajmer Dargah, Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah at Delhi among others, but is largely unexplored as of now. This mausoleum, constructed in the Mughal era, by the army general of Emperor Jahangir, Mahabat Khan, was made in the memory of the famous Sufi saint of the Chishti order, Hazrat Shareefuddin Bu Ali Shah Qalandar, or Bu Ali Shah Qalandar for common reference. He completed his studies at an early age and used to teach near the famous Qutb Minar of 20 years. A popular saint of the Delhi Sultanate, he was said to be the spiritual disciple of the famous saint, Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki himself. This tomb is thronged annually in the famous festival of Urs by devotees of all classes and religions. This is one destination which should be earmarked in your itinerary for Panipat.
First built by Babur to commemorate his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi, the garden of Kabuli Bagh along with a mosque was named after Babur''s wife, Mussammat Kabuli begum.
Some years later when Humayun defeated Salem Shah near Panipat, he added a masonry Platform to it and called it _‹ÐChabutra" Fateh Mubarak, bearing the inscription 934 Hijri (A.D.1557).
On the banks of a large tank lies this Devi Temple, dedicated to a local deity. Besides this, a Shiva temple believed to have been built by a Maratha named Mangal Raghunath who had remained in Panipat even after the battles.
Located on the outskirts of Panipat, about 8 kilometres away from it; the Kala Amb is a historical site of great importance. This majestic ground witnessed the third battle of Panipat between the Maratha warriors and the Afghan army, and thus holds immense significance in the history of India. If legends are to be believed, the war ground, as well as the other plantations in the vicinity, turned black due to the uncontrolled bloodshed that took place in the war. The mango tree situated in the centre of the ground started to bear back fruits, and gave the land the name of 'Kala Amb'.
Ironically enough, people now visit the area to enjoy some quiet moments in the peaceful surroundings of the park. There is an altogether different and inexplicable kind of aura in the park and its vicinity, which somehow pacifies and composes all its visitors. The site is currently being developed and beautified by society in Panipat, with the Governor of Haryana as its President. The Ror Maratha community also organises an annual event at this site to honour the valiant soldiers who passed away, and this programme is a must attend.
Set up by the Battle of Panipat Memorial Society, Panipat Museum has been specially established for disseminating information about archaeology, history, art and crafts of Haryana with special emphasis on the Battles of Panipat which marked the turning point in Indian history.
It displays antiquities, inscription, sculptures, arms and armours, Pottery, old and valuable documents, jewellery and art and craft objects aided by modern maps, write-ups photographs and translides. Some war-heroes documented in the museum are Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya-a local hero who belonged to Haryana, Raja Surja Mal of Bharatpur, Vikramaditya (Vikramajit) of Gwalior, Maharaja of Patiala, Sher Shar Suri, Sadashiv Rao Bhau, Vishwas Rao Peshwa, and Tukuj Shinde. Enlarged photographs of a large number of important miniatures, mostly from Babur-Nama and Akbar-Nama, relating to these battles and personalities connected therewith, have been obtained from the National Museum of New Delhi, The British Library, Victoria and Albert Museum of London. A Large number of contemporary weapons, armoury, guns, etc. have been acquired through loan from the Archaeological Survey of India as well.