22 Apr 2015, 05:27 pm
Daiwik Hotels enjoys a first-mover advantage by identifying the need-gap for pilgrimage hospitality.
Daiwik Hotels Shirdi has 56 well appointed rooms. The 4 categories of rooms are Standard, Superior, Family Deluxe and Junior Suite. It also comes equipped with a banquet hall, activity room, spa, conference room and business centre facility, unique Pilgrim Assist Desk offering detailed information about temple rituals, their timing and amenities apart from world class hospitality standards. Giving a warmer feel to the hospitality is, Ahaan, the multi cuisine vegetarian restaurant which offers special food requirements like Jain food and also pure vegan cuisine on request. Tariffs are very flexible depending on the type of room and season of visit, starting with a minimum rate of Rs. 2375/- including breakfast, an official statement said.
Commenting on the announcement, Debashis Ghosal, Managing Director and CEO, Daiwik Hotels Pvt. Ltd. said, “We chose to enter pilgrimage hospitality because of the huge demand and supply gap in the country for quality branded products which are standardized in the mid-segment market. With our second hotel in Shirdi we are trying to fill in the gap. Our focus will continue in the pilgrimage sector and we are looking for opportunities across the country. ”
The hotel is a 5 minute walk from the Sai Baba Mandir making it a very convenient place to stay for pilgrims.
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