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... facility, good food, what more does one ask for! Maybe an in-room safe would be welcome! This is not a recently built...
... , the service and staff were very cordial and prompt. The room was very clean. The food and drinks were quite nominal, plus...
... night and really enjoyed the building and it’s history. Bedrooms were warm and comfortable. Staff very friendly and...

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waderer63 wrote a review Feb 2020
Mumbai, India142 contributions73 helpful votes
Just a few kilometers away from bustling Palampur, this lovely property is an oasis of tranquility. Huge, well furnished rooms, very polite & helpful staff, spa facility, good food, what more does one ask for! Maybe an in-room safe would be welcome! This is not a recently built property, some of the extensive grounds do need some care, but overall a lovely stay. Special mention of the kitchen staff who made some yummy 'khatta meat' & himachali dal among other equally good food! Would love to go back some day!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace Himachal, Revenue Management at WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
Responded 12 Mar 2020
Dear Guest, Thank you for your feedback and appreciating our food. We are indeed very happy to know that you enjoyed your stay at our property and hospitality. Your review encourages the team to work harder and continue raising the standards. I have personally shared your praising words to the Chef and they have expressed gratitude for the same. The team looks forward to your continued visits. Regards, Customer Relationship Team | WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
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R Rishi wrote a review Jan 2020
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The place was lovely , the service and staff were very cordial and prompt. The room was very clean. The food and drinks were quite nominal, plus there are quite a few activities within the beautiful campus .

Will come back again for the gym and spa.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace Himachal, Revenue Management at WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
Responded 12 Mar 2020
Dear Guest, Thanks for the feedback on your experience with our customer support team. We sincerely appreciate your insight because it helps us build better customer experience., please feel welcome to reach back out as we would be more than happy to assist. Regards, Customer Relationship Team | WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
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Wanderlust_Scot wrote a review Nov 2019
Dundee, United Kingdom98 contributions37 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night and really enjoyed the building and it’s history. Bedrooms were warm and comfortable. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food in the majestic dining room was excellent both for dinner and breakfast. Sitting room areas were lovely. Beautiful blue veranda area to sit in the evening/ early morning. Would very much recommend if you like historic buildings.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from hfhjcnolk, Guest Relations Manager at WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
Responded 10 Nov 2019
Dear Guest, Thank you for choosing the Taragarh Palace for your stay. We are delighted to hear that you had a memorable stay with us. We express our gratitude for your appreciation of our staff and food. We believe that your wise recommendation will lead other guests to us. We would love to welcome you back. Regards, Customer Relationship Team | Taragarh Palace
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VikranthVasireddy wrote a review Oct 2019
Hyderabad, India251 contributions172 helpful votes
Its true that it was a palace once upon a time but it lacks the charm and liveliness now. The garden area is ok, but the rooms needs better maintenance... atleast when they charge more than Rs 4500 per room! When we switched on the Geyser, the hot water came out pink colored with a staunch smell of iron rusted. We had to throw away several buckets of water to use them for bath.

And the price they charge is prohibitively expensive, especially for F&B. I stayed in two rooms with a EP ( without food) and when we inquired to add the food, i was surprised at the dinner/breakfast charges. So we took a dinner outside in the town of palampur.
I felt there is no special charm of staying here!
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Madhulika L wrote a review Jun 2019
Noida, India3,450 contributions197 helpful votes
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Taragarh Palace, originally known as Al Hilal (‘Crescent Moon’, a name still applied to the area around it), was once a palace owned by the Maharaja of Kashmir. It has been, for many years now, part of the Welcomheritage Group of Hotels.
The very best thing about Taragarh is its setting: all around is greenery, woods stretching away here and there, the air filled with the scent of pine and the sound of birdsong. The gardens are chockfull of delight for a nature lover: on a brief five-minute walk (which was cut short by rain), we saw orchids, chinar trees, lilies, roses, petunias, fuschias, deodars, hydrangeas, pines, cypresses, and much more. The next day, when it was sunny and beautiful, we were really able to enjoy the gardens.
When it comes to accommodation, we did not like the room we were allotted: it was shabbily furnished and looked more like a government guest house than a heritage hotel. Dirt-smudged walls, stained upholstery, a stained toilet bowl—we did not like this at all. We might have been able to adjust to it, but the crowning glory was when turning on the water from the geyser, we found our bucket filling up with reddish brown water. The staff tried to repair whatever problem it was, but despite more than half an hour of trying, nothing worked, after which they had to shift us to another room. This ended up being an upgrade to a suite, since they didn’t have another suitable room available.
Our new room, the Himalaya Suite, was a big improvement on the original room: large, comparatively well-furnished, with two separate window seats (one looking onto the snowcapped mountains, the other towards the property’s own garden). There was a large and very comfortable sofa chair too, plus a wardrobe, tea and coffee fixings, large flat screen TV, writing desk and chair, coffee table, etc. The bathroom, though it had a bathtub, also had a shower and a bucket and mug. Cleanliness here was generally much better here than in the earlier room.
Taragarh also ostensibly has free WiFi, but we were told at the very start that this was usually available only in and around the reception area on the first floor. Even here it’s very erratic, so (given that getting a signal is anyway difficult if you’ve a connection with service providers like Vodafone), I ended up mostly not being able to access the Internet during our stay here.
The restaurant at Taragarh offers a range of dishes from different cuisines, but it’s all fairly predictable: Indian Chinese, pasta, sandwiches, and lots of Mughlai/Punjabi dishes. Plus, a few local dishes (of which the khatta mutton, which we had at our first meal here, was delicious). We mostly stuck to the North Indian dishes, guessing that these would be the most palatable, but even these were somewhat erratic: mostly good, but sometimes (like a very under-seasoned zeera aloo) not. On the one occasion we tried something non-Indian (apple crumble), we were served something so odd that we never tried any more such experiments. On the second day, the number of guests had gone up to enough to merit a buffet, which was a mix of Indian and Chinese dishes. As expected, the Indian food was much better than the Chinese.
The best thing by far about Taragarh is its location. If you’re at all a nature buff, this is a great place to birdwatch, to go tramping through the little strip of woodland at the back, or to just sit around and enjoy the sights and sounds of the gardens.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from taragarhpalacehtl, Manager at WelcomHeritage Taragarh Palace
Responded 14 Sep 2019
Thanks for leaving us such a wonderful review. We are glad that you and family loved our services. We have taken note of your concerns and shall have them addressed with the management . However ,Team Taragarh work very diligently and it will provide them with great encouragement next time you or your friends want to visit us, please give us a call or leave an email on taragarh@gmail.com or reach us out on 7042516506 and we will provide you with the best possible deals. Thank you, once again from Team Taragarh Palace
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