This is one of the best hotels I have visited. Those people were quite cooperative and done the best job to provide a good accommodation. The staff is very good and always ready to help. Beautiful hotel with nice service. The experience was very very good
Stay was comfortable. Spacious rooms. Well mannered staff and courteous in nature. Variety of food to choose from. Toothsome is the word for the food. Various chains like pizza hut, burger king, subway, cafe coffee day and baskin robbins add to the glory.
When I was travelling to Delhi, I saw a beautiful hotel shining and after that, I decided to see this hotel. As I told, this hotel is located on the side of road, it’s about some miles from bypass flyover Rajpura. The restaurant is also good. They provide delicious and clean food. Transport facilities that they provided during the whole tour was excellent
This hotel has good hospitality, the staff is really good. Tables and beds were really good, a man can sleep couple of hours on it due to it’s comfortability. The overall staff were well-understanding people. The listen customers problem carefully. The overall price of meals was affordable. The location of restaurant is good. Their was no interference, everything is good.
Hotel is good and their service is good. But location and rooms are not so good. Hotel staff are very good and cooperative. Good place to stay and also want to advise people to prefer this hotel.
S.Bhagwan Singh Dua, founder and mentor of Eagle Motel, came from West Punjab (now in Pakistan) after partition to Rajpura a Distt. of Patiala. In the year 1952 at just the age of 14, he started a small eatery opposite Railway Station at Rajpura, by the name of Bhagwan Dhaba. He was one man army right from cooking to serving customers. After years of hardship, he converted the dhaba into a hotel. Further, he started a filling station in 1969 by the name of Bhagwan Service Station, which is now one of the oldest Petrol Station in Punjab. He shifted his eatery to Sher Shah Suri Marg which is now called National Highway 1 and named it “EAGLE MOTEL”. What started as a small road side eatery is now spread over 4 acres. S. Bhagwan Singh Dua, with his grit and hardwork transformed his small venture into a landmark at the Gateway of Punjab.