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This MTDC hotel is just besides the Sai Temple. It has all the basic facilities like Elevators, Hot-Cold Water, Parking, Restaurant etc. Rooms are quite big, but not sparkling clean.
Deluxe rooms have a couch also, where one additional adult can sleep.
WE stayed here on 25 July , 26 July .Plus point very close to main temple. Just 2 minutes walk. They have renovated the room in one wing with modern amenity's like A/C, new led LG tv and fridge in room .Rooms are very well...More
I had been to Shirdi from 15th July to 17th July,2016. Stayed in MTDC Resort Pilgrim's In. It was really a pleasant experience staying there. Spacious clean big rooms, instant availability of hot tap water for bath without waiting for geyser, timely serving of tea/coffee...More
Its very near from the temple complex. The rooms are good, hygienic and spacious. The room are old so don't have expectations for the modern type of rooms. The food is also good and hotel staff is too cooperative. Rooms can be booked according to...More
Sai Baba Temple is three minutes walk from this hotel. If you have opted for Evening Darshan or Shej Aarti then you do not have to worry about boarding public transport to get back.
Room Service is quite good and you can spend a relaxed...More
Response from catNorway | Reviewed this property |
This is not a 5-star or even a 3-star place, nor does it pretend to be anything else than a Pilgrims' Inn. It is run by GoM, with heavily overworked and sincere staff who do their best, going as much out of the way for the... More
This is not a 5-star or even a 3-star place, nor does it pretend to be anything else than a Pilgrims' Inn. It is run by GoM, with heavily overworked and sincere staff who do their best, going as much out of the way for the pilgrims as they can. It is ingrained in every staff member i met that the guests are not merely guests, but are essentially pilgrims. If we, guests, also bear in mind that we are pilgrims, all wrinkles are likely to be ironed out smoothly. The best rooms/suites can always benefit from helpful suggestions from pilgrim-guests to the receptive management.