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Our website offers fast and easy way to find an appropriate to your needs hotel in Shirdi and book the room(s) online. In case that you don't know any hotel in the town, you can check our hotel reviews which will help you to decide on the hotel preferences.
Shirdi is a small town in the heart of the state Maharashtra but also an important pilgrim center. You will find many hotels here - budget hotels below 1000 Rs. as well as luxury five-star hotels. Our search engine and hotel previews will hopefully provide you with enough information on each hotel.
Please choose a date of your visit in the left box and then click the Search button. You will be directed to a list of Shirdi hotels which are available at that time. The selection and booking is really intuitive. You can browse the displayed hotels by the name, price, star numbers or reputation provided by customers
Nighoj Village, Taluka Rahate
Pros: The hotel is situated just 5 mins walk from the temple. It is neat and centrally air-conditioned, well equipped with modern amenities and luxurious comforts, offering many useful facilities including a center for children activity, swimming pool, meditation room, games room, library, drivers' accommodation or Kerala Ayurvedic Therapy Centre. They also have a free WIFI but only close to the reception area. The food is great in opinion of most visitors (there are exceptions to that but you cannot please everyone). The RajBhog restaurant offers multi-cuisine vegetarian dishes and combines delicacies both from North and South. The staff is courteous and the rooms are beautiful and comfortable which guarantees nice staying. The drop and pick up service to the mandir is provided. You can bargain great discounts there!
Cons: The rooms have not much view as they are being surrounded by other hotels. The bathroom looks for some improvement including toiletries. The hotel Internet service is not always available. The room service menu, although elaborate, quite a few items are just unavailable. Their reception desk has been outsourced to a 3rd party and they they may overcharge you.
Tip 1: If you like lisening to Bhajans, take a room on the road side as you can sometimes hear the bhajans from the Temple during quiet night.
Tip 2: Remember to order rooms away from elevator.
Shirdi one of the most expensive destinations
According to a report, the holy town Shirdi has become a popular destination for short holiday breaks which elevated the hotel prices to the most expensive in India with August prices Rs 8,411 per night on average. However, the report points out, the rates have dropped marginally by 5%.