Hotel Madhuvan International, Bijapur

The Hotel Madhuvan International, Bijapur is located centrally at Bijapur city on the station road. The hotel is located very close to Gol Gumbaz. It provides an excellent view of the magnificent Gol Gumbaz.

The Hotel Madhuvan International in Bijapur provides comfortable rooms with all kinds of modern facilities like hot and cold water, music channels, television, telephone with STD/ISD facility and many more. The rooms are air conditioned, luxurious with exclusive interiors. Apart from these some of the other services catered by the hotel are safe deposit boxes, doctors on call, mail box, secretarial services, parking facility etc.

The Hotel Madhuvan International, Bijapur is a luxurious hotel. The restaurant of the Hotel serves mouthwatering Chinese, Indian, Continental, and Tandoori food. The hotel also has a bar serving exotic wines and beverages. The excellent room service of the hotel wins the heart of the guests.

It is very to reach the hotel as it is just 3 Km away from the railway station ,and is about 425 Km from the Hyderabad airport. The travel desk of the hotel organizes local sight seeing and excursion tours for visitors interested in tours. The efficient and trained staffs and management provide wide range of services to their customers.

If you want to enjoy the luxury of the Hotel Madhuvan International Pvt Ltd. the address of the hotel is as follows:

Hotel Madhuvan International Pvt Ltd.
Station Road

Last Updated on 07 August 2012



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