Erica Firangipani Resorts

Address: Bhuri Majara, NH 1, Near HP Petrol Pump, Rajpura - Punjab

Overview

Rajpura is an industrial town. There are number of large-scale industries like Hindustan Unilever HUL (formerly known as HLL), Bunge India P Ltd, Siel Chemicals Limited, Alliance Metaliks Integrated Ltd (AMTEK GROUP), Amber Enterprises Limited, Sahni Chemicals and Sai Home Products etc. there are large number of small-scale industries. In small-scale industries, Rajpura is a hub of door closers, rice Shellers, biomass briquette machinery, soap factories, household manufacturers, biscuit machines industry and steel works. L&T has constructed 1400 MW (2×700 MW) Rajpura Thermal Power Plant near Village Nalas under power purchase agreement. The first unit, according to the power purchase agreement signed in January 2010, will be commissioned by January 2014 followed by the second in May that year. Also there are plans to further add 700 mW power capacity to the Rajpura Power Plant in Punjab making it 2100 mW project. This project marks the L&T’s entry into the power generation segment as a developer.

In 2005, a diamond jewellery manufacturing unit was started and is engaged in the manufacturing and supply of diamond studded gold jewellery and also kundan, polky and Mina, etc. under the name and style Pancham Jewellers Pvt Ltd – the only of its kind unit in this area. Mainly the small scale industries are located in the focal point. All industrial units are bounded in a chain of association named “Rajpura Small Scale Industries Association”. The grain market of Rajpura is one of the largest grain markets of Asia, top at the list is grain market of Khanna, it acquires near about 150 acres of area and comprises more than 290 shops.

Set off the Delhi national highway in Rajpura this refined hotel in an imposing modern building is a 15-minute drive from Bus Stand and 20 Minutes drive from Railway Station. Warm, Fine Dining Restaurant, Bar, Swimming Pool & Lawan with the Capacity of 400 Persons

Accomodation

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Deluxe Rooms:

These rooms comprise of all the basic amenities along with the common warmth and signature hospitality. Rest in ultimate comfort with Twin bedded accommodation having satellite TV, a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Services
  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES
Executive Suite

Executive class facilities and exclusive offers can be savored at our Executive Suites. The rooms offer King Size beds to do away all the tiredness that you gather throughout the day long with exquisite services and facilities including a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Cuisines & Restaurant

Restaurant

Restaurant with the Capacity of 60 Pax

Firangi Theka

Bar With the Capacity of 60 Cover

Pool Side

Pool Side with the Capacity of 80 Cover

Lawan

Lawan with the Capacity of 300 Pax

Services & Facilities

  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES

Rajpura Sightseeing

  • Sheesh Mahal
    Sheesh Mahal or ‘Palace of Mirrors’, a part of the old Moti Bagh Palace, is a complex full of frescoes, most of which were made under Maharaja Narinder Singh. Sheesh Mahal also has a museum inside it which has paintings and artifacts from Tibet, Kashmir and Punjab.The grand paintings of the Maharajas are also worth appreciation. There is also a myriad collection of some 3200 medals from different countries which is an interesting display. The Sheesh Mahal leaves you awestruck with its beauty in the evenings or at night when its well lit and all sparkling. A lake situated in front of the palace adds to the beauty and the charm of the place. Also, Laxman Jhula on the lake which is like a bridge that takes you inside the Moti Bagh Palace is another attraction among the tourists.
  • Moti Bagh Palace And Museum
    The Moti Bagh Palace and Museum is now the National Institute of Sports. This complex has a large artificial lake (unfortunately drained) crossed by a hanging bridge modelled on Rishikesh’s Lakshman Jhoola. The Sheesh Mahal museum here is an extremely unusual repository of art showcasing the distinctive Patiala school of the early 20th century. It contains paintings done in both Kangra and Rajput style with themes drawn from Hindu, Sikh and Jain folklore. Several are massive works covering entire walls. There are also many sculptures and artefacts dating back to the 9th-10th centuries. There is an interesting collection of thousands of medals as well, collected by, or awarded to, the Maharajas of Patiala.
  • Qila Mubarak
    The Qila Mubarak (1763) is a large complex built over 10 acres. It dominates the walled city, being set in the centre of an old-style bazaar. The complex contains the Qila Androon, an unevenly maintained edifice with a magnificent gateway. Some of the frescoes and mirror-and-gilt work in this part are worth seeing. Qila Mubarak has a magnificent Durbar Hall, a later construction started in 1859. The Hall houses a rare collection of arms and armour, including weaponry such as swords and daggers that belonged to Guru Gobind Singh as well as a sword reputedly owned by Nadir Shah. It also houses a collection of strikingly beautiful, huge 20-foot chandeliers of Belgian glass in various shapes and colours.
  • The Baradari Gardens
    The garden is located in the north of old Patiala city. It has extensive vegetation of rare trees, shrubs and flowers. The place is also dotted with impressive Colonial buildings and has a marble statue of Maharaja Rajindera Singh. The 19th-century Baradari Gardens has some rare trees and a fern house. This is where the locals take their morning and evening walks (as they also do at the Rajindra Tank, a large lake near the Mall).
  • The Rock Garden - 

    The name refers to a sculpture garden located near Sukhna Lake. The Rock garden is also known by the name Nek Chand’s Rock Garden after its founder. Nek Chand was a former government official who started cultivating this garden secretly in his spare time. He kept it hidden from the government authorities for 18 years, till 1975. The garden features several interlinked causeways that run along the waterfalls of the Sukhna Lake and is landscaped with pottery and sculptures of dancers, animals and musicians.

     

    Rose Garden -

    Spread over 30 acres the Zakir Hussain Rose Garden is the largest botanical garden in Asia that is dedicated to roses. The garden is named after Zakir Hussain the former President of India. Apart from roses the garden also features several verities of medicinal herbs.



    Pinjore Gardens -

    Also known as the Yadavindra Gardens, the Pinjore gardens were created by a Nawab under the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The garden was expanded and reconstructed by the Maharaja Yadavindra of the State of Patiala. The garden houses several palatial structures that display a distinct blend of the Rajasthani and Mughal styles of architecture.



    International Dolls Museum -

    The Dolls museum of Chandigarh contains dolls and puppets from over 25 different countries. The museum was established in 1985 and is managed by the Indian council of Child welfare. The prime attraction of the museum is the Indian section and the toy train.



    Terraced Garden

    A perfect picnic spot, the Terraced garden is spread around an area of 10 acres and is a well maintained botanical garden at the foothills of the Himalayan Shivalik Range. The Garden was established in 1979 and is best visited during the evening hours to experience the cool breeze and tranquil environment.



    Le Corbusier

    The office was named after and used by the Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier. Le Corbusier used the building as his office during the time he was commissioned to plan the city of Chandigarh. The center has now been converted into a museum dedicated to the architect and displays the life and times of Le Corbusier.



    Mahendra Chaudhry Zoological Park,

    Also known as the Mahendra Chaudhry Zoological Park, the zoo houses a huge number of exotic and wild animals, birds and reptiles. The thing to watch out for at this zoo is the famous lion safari.


    Cactus garden 

    The largest succulent botanical garden in Asia, the Cactus garden covers an area of 7 acres. The garden features more than 3500 different species of cacti and was established in 1987. The garden attracts a huge number of tourists and botanists each year.



    The Massive Art Gallery 

    The massive art Gallery is located in sector 10 and is one of the most interesting places in Chandigarh. The museum contains antiquities from the Indus valley civilization to different paintings and coins from the ancient and historical times. The gallery also contains the dinosaur fossils which were excavated in the region.



    Mohali Cricket Stadium

    The home of the IPL team Kings XI Punjab, the Mohali cricket stadium is the seat of the Punjab Cricket Association. The stadium was established in 1993 and took 3 years to complete. The stadium has been a venue to many local and international matches in India and has been a favorite venue of the cricket fans in India.

    The first planned city of post independence India, Chandigarh is frequented by thousands of tourists each year. The plethora of gardens and picnic spots, along with the clean and cool surroundings the city of Chandigarh is a must visit for every tourist who plants to visit India.

     

Contact Us

Bhuri Majara, NH 1, Near HP Petrol Pump, Rajpura - Punjab

Mobile: +91 889-478-3801, 02

Email: reservations@ericahotels.in,
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