Hotel Ranjit Svaasa Amritsar - Punjab Tourism

Hotel Heritage Ranjit Svaasa, Amritsar

ITC Welcome Heritage Ranjit’s SVAASÁ is a luxury heritage spa resort located in the heart of The Holy City of The Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab. Operated personally by one of Amritsar's oldest families with three generations of experience in the hotel industry, Ranjit’s SVAASÁ is a good reason in itself to visit the city. Housed in possibly the oldest building remaining in Amritsar, which, in the 19th and early 20th centuries was used as a guest house by visiting officials from the UK and other countries. History at Ranjit's SVAASÁ is brought alive for our guests, travelling from all over the globe.

The beautiful colonial style architecture, large lawns and ancient trees create a peaceful and idyllic respite from the bustle of daily life and are the perfect base for any visit to Amritsar, be it for work, pleasure or relaxation. The Spa Pavilion is a perfect pamper zone for the tired traveler, worn businessman and the spa enthusiast. Between massages visit the Golden Temple, Durgiana Temple, Jallianwala Bagh or the India Pakistan border at Wagah or sample the delights of Amritsar’s famous foods with a choice of organic products.

Ranjit's SVAASÁ offers this age-old therapy in its Spa Pavilion. Our Ayurvedic treatment rooms come with attached showers and steam cabins housed in the brick exposed interiors of the Spa Pavilion. Experience care with ‘Rituals’ – Our wet section of the Spa Pavilion that includes Hydrotherapy, Reflexology, Body Wraps, Scrubs & Polishes, Steam, and Infra-red Sauna.

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Categories of rooms Rack Rate Special/Discounted Rate
Luxury Single INR 6500 INR 4500
Luxury Double INR 7500 INR 4500
  • Rates valid Till 30st Sept 2014
  • Tax Extra as Applicable
  • The above rates are inclusive breakfast & complimentary pickup from railway station.

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