Gujarat Bhavan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
TravelPod Member ReviewsGujarat Bhavan Hotel Matheran
Gujarat Bhavan does not need any introduction to the Gujju faternity of Bombay. it becomes the default choice for Gujurati's because of the service with relation to food that this hotel provides.
The hotel is pretty neat and clean. It is not fussy and extra jazzy, just a place where one can laze around.
The swimming pool is not all that appealing and does not give one the feeling to jump right in.
The dining area is a tent, and this needs to change.
The rooms are pretty big and spacious, however, Ac's in certain rooms need to be changed ASAP.
if you are a bunch of boys just looking for fun in Matheran and are the outdoorsy types then this is an ideal place to live in...
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Day 33 - Wednesday 15th April
We have reached the half way point in our trip … where does the time go !!!
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