Shraddha Sarovar Portico

Address: Pimpalwadi Road, Shirdi, Maharashtra, 423109, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Pimpalwadi Road, Shirdi.
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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 ...

      Shirdi

      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. ...

      The End

      A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Sep 19, 2011

      19 SEP 2011

      Once back in Sangamner, we had dinner at a tacky restaurant that we chose due to very limited options within sight, Vinay not knowing his way around town. Service at restaurants in India is very different than anywhere else I have eaten. As soon as you sit down, a waiter or two stands at your side waiting for your order (which I suppose is why they are called waiters). Often you will not get a menu unless asking for one and, when you decide what ...

      Intensity

      A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Sep 17, 2011

      ... step over as they danced and crossed the road. We asked Vinay why there were no women dancing and he said that all the men were drunk and it wasn’t safe for women. Watching the parade was probably the most unsafe I have felt on the trip, even though we were hiding behind a group of policewomen and men, who were not afraid to smack people with their wands. Eric and I were observing people when he pointed up the street and remarked that a wave of people was ...

      Sai Baba

      A travel blog entry by simonkal on Mar 09, 2010

      ... ourselves we were leaving the bags at a genuine place we bit the bullet and went in together.

      If it was a cattle market outside it was nothing short of bedlam inside. The emotions this guy brings out of people is insane, it is impossible to under estimate the importance he has round these parts. We queued for about 40 minutes but it was very quiet. ...