Hotel Indraprasth, Porbandar


Hotel Indraprasth of Porbandar is among the best in the city. It provides standard, deluxe and executive rooms, together with suites within an affordable budget. The hotel serves a rich food platter, which include dishes from North Indian, South Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines.

Hotel Indraprasth is located at a vicinity to Porbandar's mercantile area. It is counted among the best hotels in Gujarat that provides a wide range of facilities at a minimum charge. The hotel features a number of Deluxe and Standard rooms, along with Suites. Suites at Hotel Indraprasth in Porbander includes Maharaja Suite, Royal Suite and Indraprasth Suite. Most of the rooms of the hotel are well furnished and are also eqipped with air conditioning. However, non-air conditioned rooms are also available in the hotel. The tariff of the rooms ranges from Rs.300 (for non AC rooms) to Rs.2000 (for Indraprasth Suites).

Among the facilities offered by Hotel Indraprasth at Porbander are:
  • 24 Hours Running Water
  • Direct Dial Facilities
  • Courtesy Coach
  • Multi Channel Television
  • 24 Hours Room Service
  • Travel Desk
  • Doctor-on-Call
  • Car Parking
The in-house restaurant at Hotel Indraprasth of Porbandar serves a wide variety of delectable dishes. Chinese and Continental dishes occupy a major part of the hotel's menu card. Besides, the hotel is also known for offering authentic Indian cuisine. Hotel Indraprasth specializes in Gujarati cuisine, which is known for its liberal use of spices and condiments.



Last Updated on 19th January 2013



     


     

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