At Hotel Debdutta, our passion is to connect our guests to the very best of our destinations at Duars, situated at Cooch-Behar, once the province of Koch Dynasty and a small planned town in North Bengal. From the jungles of Duars and mountains of Lower Himalayas to the gateways to Assam and Bhutan to the heart of the former princely state of Cooch-Behar, our hotel offers guests extraordinary places, created by combining unique architecture and structure, expressive decor and artistry, and magnificent features. Add great service, and the result is an unforgettable guest experience.
We’re proud to welcome you to our prized possession and gem of the eye The Hotel Debdutta, situated at Cooch-behar. Cooch Behar makes up as a good option for weekend getaways for the eco-tourists along with those with an inclination towards history and archaeology. It is a closely knit small town with happy people who are proud of the cultural richness and heritage of their city.
Today, we have added many modern city-center properties to our collection, with core locations from Siliguri, Darjeeling and Gangtok that allows you to join the bustle of the city and enjoy the culture, flavours and sounds of local life.
And, if urban excitement isn’t on your itinerary, our resorts welcome you to some of the most breath taking and pristine areas in the world, where you can bask on an inviting mountain gullies, challenge yourself on a stunning and breath taking jungle safari and feel the rush of fresh oxygen of the picturesque countryside.
While we aim to give you an authentic experience of the locale whenever you stay with us, we also guarantee consistent high standards throughout our hotels and resorts. Contemporary amenities and timeless elegance — inspired by our unique destinations — are reflected throughout every guest room.
A royal palace, shows strong influence of European styles and is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in the city. It was built by Nripendra Bahadur Narayan who was the most notable ruler of the Narayan Dynasty.
Located in the centre of the city, it is a very important temple built between 1885 and 1889 by Maharaja Nripendra Narayan devoted to Krishna and Balaram. There are shrines of Goddess Bhavani, Goddess Tara and Goddess Kali in the temple.
The existing structure of the Kamteshwari Temple is not the original one; the present temple was built in 1665 by Maharaja Pran Narayan to replace the razed temple. There is a Debi throne and two other temples within the premises of the temple with a "Tarakeswar Shivlinga at the gate.
Rashikbill or Rasikbill is a huge lake located in the town of Tufangang in Cooch Behar district of West Bengal. It is a very popular bird watching spot famous for local and migratory birds. It falls on the way to Kamakshyaguri from Alipurduar by train.
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