Hotel Dreamland Puri, 4.5 km from Railway Station provides an unique resort experience. It has stunning views of the ocean from various parts of the property rooms. Being undoubtedly one of the top hotels in Puri, the accommodation here includes 39 elegant rooms and suits. This beach facing hotel can make you hear the waves crashing into the shore from all corners of it. Hotel Dreamland is only a short while away from the sacred pilgrimage site of the Jagannath Temple just near the Light House.
The dining options at Hotel Dreamland, Puri present you with variety as well as quality. There restaurant serves you authentic and best Chinese and amazing Bengali food, one of the best multi-cuisine restaurant in Puri.
We always had a constant growth of facilities in sync with the latest demands and requirement of our guests which has been the basic guiding principle to maintain the hotel. We are witness to the childhood vacations, honeymoons and post retirement sojourns of many of our regular visitors.
Many Cultural activities are held in Puri which attracts huge number of tourists every year. Puri witnesses 24 festivals every year, of which 13 are major. The most important of these is the Ratha Yatra or the car festival, held in the June–July, which is attended by more than 1 million people. The Puri Beach Festival held from 5 to 9 November every year, and the Shreekshetra Utsav held from 20 December to 2 January every year. The cultural activity programmes include beautiful and unique sand arts, handicraft festivals & food festival. In addition to this cultural programmes are held for two hours on every second Saturday of the month at the district Collector’s Conference Hall near Sea Beach Police Station where the Odissi dance, music and folk dances are a major part.
Locals in Puri speak Odiya. Due to the presence of people from various parts of India, there would not be a language problem for people who speak any major Indian language. Hindi is also widely used. Some locals even speak Bengali.
The Jagannath Temple, Puri, is one of the four dhams i.e. four most sacred pilgrimage places of Hindus. Constructed in 11th century and is the starting point of the world famous Rath Yatra held in July. The temple complex is huge and has some very interesting stories associated, priests or pandas are generally the ones who conduct the non Oriya people around and generally mention all these stories although they can demand exorbitant amounts; bring it down to something reasonable.
The fine white sands of Puri beach and the roar of the breakers rolling in from the Bay of Bengal have fascinated visitors throughout the years. The local fishermen, with their catamarans and wide-brimmed cane hats, are also expert masseurs. With excellent hotels and guesthouses, the Puri beach is an ideal holiday spot.
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The famous Rath Yatra or the Car Festival is held every year as a part of the festival of the great Jagannath temple; it draws good number of pilgrims from all over the world. The yatra forms an integral part of the Indian Culture. Indian Culture since times immemorial have depicted devotees.