OYO 24229 Radharani Lodge

Radharani Lodge, NJP Main Road,Siliguri,India

  • Experience World-class Service at OYO 24229 Radharani Lodge

    OYO 24229 Radharani Lodge is conveniently located in the popular Babupara area. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at OYO 24229 Radharani Lodge. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find towels, mirror, internet access – wireless, fan, internet access – wireless (complimentary). The property offers various recreational opportunities. Convenience and comfort make OYO 24229 Radharani Lodge the perfect choice for your stay in Siliguri.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Laundry Services
    • Non Smoking
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Day trip to Kibune....a tourist trap

      2.0
      Reviewed 08 November 2017

      After reading glorious reviews about this "small town" tucked in the Kyoto mountains, we planned to spend our last day in Japan enjoying a wonderful kawadoko meal on the platforms that they build over the river... The Kibune shrine is beautiful but other than that, this place along the river on a very narrow road is no more than a tourist trap! Once you get off the train at Kibune you join a mob of people to get in line for the bus that brings you a little up the road (you can walk up the road, but due to heavy traffic (very heavy traffic) and a very narrow and curvy road, we opted to take the bus as it seemed much safer). And the wonderful kawadoko dinner or lunch that we were planning on?.... well...unfortunately it never happened for us (so maybe that explains my disappointment). It turned out that "a meal" was more than $150 US (average per person). The cheaper menus seemed like just an appetizer and since this was our last day in Japan our group of five was running low in cash and of course, no one takes credit cards (only cash, after all.... you are in Japan!), so yeah... a disappointing experience.

      Colco08
    • Best Riverside Dinning Experience

      4.0
      Reviewed 22 May 2016

      This restaurant is about 5-10mins walk away from the bus-stop that goes to the Kibune-guchi station (Eizan railway). Once we were seated down, we were given the explanation of the lunch menu, with the price starting from 3500, the next is 5000 and etc. We ordered one set of 3500 and another set of 5000. The difference is the additional fish item (refer to attached photo). But for the difference of 1500, not sure if the fish is worth that price. A bit small bony fish. The environment was great, sitting on the bamboo mat, the sound of river flowing and water splashing on the rocky banks. Since it was early spring, the weather was just great! The food was delicious and recommended to take small bites to better savor the flavor. Some of the food items are just to nice-looking to be eaten. Service was excellent and we were guided on how to eat them correctly. Though the price is expensive compare to normal meal but the experience itself is priceless. Try it at least once in your lifetime. The riverside dinning is only available during warmer months, usually from mid-May till mid-Sept

      tofupike
    • Fantastic for a summer evening

      5.0
      Reviewed 22 October 2015

      We celebrated my brothers birthday here And it was fabulous we had the best food and drinks while the waterfall flowed next to us a great place for summer outings.

      Karen G
    • Unique riverside dining (kawadoko) experience

      5.0
      Reviewed 05 October 2015

      We had lunch at Kibune Chaya at the end of September, which is the end of the kawadoko (riverside dining) season. Most other restaurants had already removed their kawadoko setup on the river but a few, like Kibune Chaya, were still open. As the name implies, riverside dining means literally dining on top of the Kibune river, and is a very popular activity during hot, humid Kyoto summers. The experience is quite unique. We had the kaiseki lunch (about 5000 yens) which was very tasty though not very filling. Service was good, though if you don't speak Japanese, things can be more complicated, as the menu is Japanese only, and the staff doesn't speak English. Highly recommended if you are in Kyoto in summer or early fall!

      Andy M
    • 5.0
      Reviewed 20 September 2018

      itsmehi

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