Hotel Sheetal, Porbandar

Hotel Sheetal stands out among the hotels in Porbandar because the facilities which they provide to their guests are offered by few other hotels in the city. The hospitality of the staff makes the hotel a favorite among the tourists.

Hotel Sheetal is one of the best hotels in Porbandar. It is counted among the luxury hotels in Porbandar. Hotel Sheetal is situated at a short distance from the railway station, airport and bus depot of the city. It is located next to the Chowpatty on the seashore. The main market and the Kiriti Mandir are at a short walking distance from the hotel.

Facilities offered by the Sheetal Hotel

The rooms in the hotel are equipped with all the modern facilities that would make the guests comfortable. The rooms are furnished with air conditioner, television with satellite connection, telephone with the ISD connection and refrigerator. Among the other facilities offered by the Sheetal Hotel are:
  • Car Parking Facility
  • Elevator
  • Pick and Drop Facility
There is a restaurant housed within the premises of the Sheetal Hotel. The guests can enjoy sumptuous meals from Continental, Chinese or Punjabi cuisine. The banquet hall of hotel is ideal for holding parties and small gatherings. A unique feature of the Sheetal Hotel in Porbandar is that it organizes terrace parties for the partygoers.

There is a conference hall for the purpose of business. The travel office inside the hotel provides lots of information about the place, which helps the tourists to plan their journey smoothly. The payment regarding the hotel expenses could be made both in cash and by cards.

Last Updated on 19th January 2013



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