A fusion of Indo – Japanese culture, the Indo – Hokke Hotel welcomes you with a breath of fresh air. Peace and harmony greet you as you enter the Stupa – like red brick gate. Classical Indian architecture artistically blended with Japanese architecture creates the true ambience for peace and quiet – an ideal set up in the place where Lord Buddha preached his doctrine, Rajgir. Lord Buddha has followers worldwide and Indo-Hokke Hotel is the ideal place to unwind themselves after a long journey. Away from chaos and clutter, this place promises simplicity, serenity and above all care.

Hair Salon
Hair Salon

You'll love all the amenities we offer!

Come and visit to experience

Our Teriffs




Terms & Conditions

Rooms only meals and Texes are
extra, as applicable

Group tariff on request
Luxury Tax/ GST as Applicable
Centrally Air-conditioned
Check Out Time: 12:00 Noon
Off Season Period: 1st April to
30th Sep

Special Room Facilities:
H/C Running Water, Telephone,
Tea & Coffee Facilities

Japanese, Indian ,Continental,

Our Services

Multicuisine Restaurant

Hotel has a multi cuisine restaurant specializing in Japanese, Chinese, Indian(Mughlai) and continental dishes.

Doctor On Call

The Hotal has services like "Doctor on call" along with other services including "Travel Desk" and Guide on request for their prestigious visitors.


The Central attraction for the japanese taurists is the saparate "OFURO" (Japanese Bath) for ladies and gents. You are most welcome to just step in and relax.

Tourist Attractions

  • Gridha kuta (Vulture Peak)

    The Vulture Peak , also known as the Holy Eagle Peak or Gádhrakúta, was the Buddha’s favorite retreat in Rajagaha (now Rajgir) and the scene for many of his discourses. Rajgir is Bihar, India. It is so named because it resembles a sitting vulture with its wings folded.

  • Venuvana Monastery

    "Venuvana Vihar: It is a Japanese shrine where a monastery was built for the Buddha to live. It is said that king Bimbisara as an offering to the Buddha, built Venuvana or the Monastery of the Bamboo Grove. Right next to it is the now-muddy water tank, Karanda, in which the Buddha bathed."


    Shanti Stupa (English: World Peace Stupa; in Wardha district, Maharashtra, near Gitai Mandir, is a large stupa of white color. Statues of the Buddha are mounted on stupa in four directions. It also has a small Japanese Buddhist temple with a large park.


    Nalanda was a Mahavihara, a large Buddhist monastery, in the ancient kingdom of Magadha in India. The site is located about 95 kilometres southeast of Patna near the city of Bihar Sharif, and was a centre of learning from the fifth century CE to c. 1200 CE. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

© 2018 The Royal Residency . All Rights Reserved | Design by IBSB TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.