When visiting Pakur, Hotel RK Palace is a great choice to consider.
At a glance
Check-in time from 11 AM - 11:30 AM
Minimum check-in age: 18
Check-out time is noon
Restrictions related to your trip
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Special check-in instructions
There is no front desk at this property
This property doesn't offer after-hours check-in
Required at check-in
Credit card, debit card, or cash deposit required for incidental charges
Government-issued photo ID may be required
Minimum check-in age is 18
Pets not allowed
Food and drink
Fees & policies
<p>This property accepts credit cards.</p>
Also known as
Hotel RK Palace Pakur
RK Palace Pakur
Hotel RK Palace Hotel
Hotel RK Palace Pakur
Hotel RK Palace Hotel Pakur
Frequently asked questions
Are pets allowed at Hotel RK Palace?
Sorry, pets aren't allowed.
What are the check-in and check-out times at Hotel RK Palace?
You can check in from 11 AM - 11:30 AM. Check-out time is noon.
Are there restaurants at or near Hotel RK Palace?
Yes, there's an onsite restaurant.
What's the area around Hotel RK Palace like?
Hotel RK Palace is a short 14-minute walk from Nityakali Mandir and 3 minutes' walk from Shiv Sheetla Mandir.
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Staff & service
Property conditions & facilities
8 July 2019
Room was clean and good. service was of worst class.
1-night trip with friends
Verified Expedia guest review
13 December 2018
They didn't recognize my Orbitz booking. Nor do they convert foreign currency. My international Visa credit card wouldn't work. When I offered to pay and stay, they didn't answer anything the price clearly. They would instead tell me that they will give me a price at the end of the stay. I had to procure Indian rupees later.
It is painful to get simple answers. Every time, they had to call someone higher up the chain. The guy highest up that chain wouldn't answer anything that is beneath him. So then you go down the chain to get another question answered.
There were two water bottles in the room, one sealed and other was not. An unsuspecting traveler could check one and consume the other bottle thinking that it is safe. This area has very high rates of typhoid.
Recommendation to overseas travelers is to not stay here. I do need to return to Pakur and I intend to find somewhere better.
I plan to contact Orbitz for my refund