Hotel Mayura Adil Shahi, Bijapur



Hotel Mayura Adil Shahi, Bijapur is a beautiful economy hotel in the historical city of Bijapur. The hotel cater to the requirements of all types of guests. The 24 rooms of the hotel are beautifully designed and decorated to provide a warm and comfortable accommodation facility to its guests. The rooms of the hotel are segregated as ordinary and deluxe, depending on the facilities provided.

All the cozy rooms of the hotel have attached bathrooms with hot and cold running water supply. The rooms of the hotel are equipped with Telephones with STD/ISD facility, Channel Music, 24-hr Room Service, Satellite TV etc. Apart from these facilities Hotel Mayura Adil Shahi in Bijapur also provides Laundry facilities, Doctor on Call, Car Rental, Travel Desk etc. The Hotel is very popular among tourists for its warm and hospitable service of the staff members.

The Hotel Mayura Adil Shahi in Bijapur has a multi cuisine restaurant which serves excellent Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine. The mouthwatering vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes tickles the taste buds of the visitors. The Bar is well stacked with exotic wines and beverages. The cafeteria of the hotel is also a nice hangout place with snacks and drinks.

If you want to enquire about the facilities in the hotel, here's the complete address:

Hotel Mayura Adil Shahi
Anand Mahal Road
Bijapur - 586 101
Karnataka
India



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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