Fully renovated, The Heritage, dubbed “your host for all occasions”, located at old DC’s Bungalow, Kohima Officer Hill Colony is now set to serve customers and tourists with new list of options.
The Heritage on its menu list include special Chinese food and continental food, available at very reasonable rates from Rs 20 to 150, with the restaurant opening from 11 am till 7 pm (except on Monday’s).”Special Indian food buffet can be ordered in one day advance at Rs .350 per head and also served local dishes on demand” informed the management at The Heritage.
Further it caters to wedding, birthday, special events and meeting and an ideal place for hosting community feast and festival, with the added advantage of the space available for vehicle parking and can host 800 people at one gathering.
“The Heritage can be used for multi purposed facilities” an exuded Theja Meru, Director of The Heritage told newsmen and revealed that by April an indoor conference hall would be constructed to accommodate 50 people. Customers can contact 0370- 2241864, email - email@example.com and website (www) -theheritage.in
The Heritage also has three rooms for lodging - one suite (Master bed) at a cost of Rs. 2500 and two double rooms - Rs.1800 each. The suite is the original bed room of the DC’s who served in Kohima and the two double rooms, where that of the DC’s family who stayed in the bungalow.
Top personalities from politicians to bureaucrats, public leader to singers, army officials to modelers have visited The Heritage so far, of which some personality’s inked memorable words in the visitor’s books. State Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio wrote on “My dream of converting this DC Bungalow into a Heritage complex have been fulfilled. It’s a gratifying experience to revisit the pace with the new setting .All the best”.
Union Minister for Forest and Environment Jairam Ramesh wrote “Memorable experience”. He visited in 2008 when he was the minister for state for commerce.
DJ Luke Kenny pen as “A land- a great beauty of people of great warm. Where Music is in the soul and love in their great duty. ‘My heart remain in Kohima’.
Former Miss World, 1997 Diana Hayden is the latest important personality to visit The Heritage and wrote -”Beautiful properly stunningly kept. I truly look forward to staying here”.
The Heritage, which was inaugurated on November 27, 2007 by state chief minister Neiphiu Rio was fully operational from 2009, also hosted the much acclaimed Indian Football festival in April 2009, the Indian cowboy - Bobby Cash concert and other engagements.