Hotel Saikrupa Shirdi

Address: Opposite Sai Baba Temple, Behind Municipal Office, Kankuri Road, Shirdi, Maharashtra, 423109, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Opposite Sai Baba Temple, Behind Municipal Office, Kankuri Road, Shirdi.
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          • Free parking


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          Travel Blogs from Shirdi

          Hotel Shradha Saburi Palace

          A travel blog entry by swaroop786 on Mar 21, 2013

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          ... We serve both modern and traditional Indian cuisine as well as Continental dishes to suit each of our distinguished guests. Our experienced Chef is always on hand to discuss your dietary requirements and to impart his culinary knowledge. We also have a restaurant with the finest quality food at reasonable prices that suits each of our ...


          A travel blog entry by akhilrawal on Jan 19, 2012

          After an 8 hour journey we arrived in Shirdi, home of Sai Baba and a recommended place to visit. When we arrived we checked in our hotel - a hotel that is part of the 'Best Western' chain, and we then went to the temple straight away. We then spent some time wondering around the market, browsing the various stalls, before making our way back to the hotel for some food, and to have an early night. ...

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          A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Sep 19, 2011

          ... the migration and coming within inches (the perfect distance for him and Ashok to scream out the window at the drivers who blocked our way) of each passing car.

          If I had to use one word to describe India, it would be 'extreme’. Life is difficult, the country is overpopulated, many children are sick but laugh hard and push each other around and run around the schoolyard, animals are skin and bones, music is listened to at an uncomfortably ...


          A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Sep 17, 2011

          ... became ridiculous and silly during the meal, finding humor in the slowness of our brains, at one point all in tears of laughter for about 2 minutes. The food was very heavy—the spiciest chicken dish I have had here, requiring many napkins to wipe the nose and some beer to cool the palate. Back to the hotel around 11 and I crashed.


          Dr. Wenger and Julie were departing at noon, leaving me with the slightly intimidating responsibility ...

          Sai Baba

          A travel blog entry by simonkal on Mar 09, 2010

          ... were weaving through like Alton Towers and I suspect you could be queuing for many hours on an auspicious day. Once we had fought through, been beaten by children and had taken our Darshan we quickly refuelled and made our way to the bus stop - about 1.5K in the sweltering heat. I'm so glad we religiously drink water whether thirsty or not or we would have ...