Good hotel, Situated within walk-able distance from Dwarka Mandir. Nice spacious rooms with good interior. Restaurant staff needs to work more professionally. but overall nice hotel to stay with Family.
- Free Parking
The hotel is quite new. The rooms are new and clean but there seems to be some rate confusion among the staff. Different people give different tariffs and explanations for rates and categories. The water in the bathrooms smelt so horrible that one felt like puking. The restaurant has not become fully operational and is managed quite awfully. The food is not up to mark and sometimes even stale food is served. There is no power back up for the ACs and lift, so for older people it is really tough ( my old mother who accompanied us faced this problem). The location of the hotel is good if the prime reason for visit is the temple.
1.5 km from main temple , hotel is neat and clean , within budget , the staff is responsive , the hotel has restaurant and food quality and taste is good. prior booking is advisable , since tourist location and also check temple timing.
I Stayed With My Group of 75 Person In Hotel , The Staff Was Pretty Good And Helpfull , Food Was Yummy , And Rooms Is Nice Cosy ...
Enjoyed Our Stay At The Dwarika Hotel ... Thanks To The Management ( Mr. Ishwar For Your Kind Support )
The location of the hotel is not too far from the Dwarakadheesh temple. But its better, if you have your own car - there is ample parking space in front of the hotel.
We stayed in the top floor suite (facing the highway) for 2 nights - there were three of us. The room is quite large, so an extra mattress can be easily accommodated. The room itself was quite clean and spacious. Though we enjoyed it during the day, the nights can be noisy as the room faces the highway, and has glass panels that do not keep the noise out. The bathroom is decent - in and out with a quick shower, nothing fancy.
There is a capsule elevator that can be a little tricky to operate - if a floor door remains open ever so slightly, it will not move.
Meals cannot be ordered into the rooms and must be taken in the restaurant in the ground floor. Here is the tricky part - The crowded restaurant can be a major turnoff. I do not know if this is the only restaurant in these parts or what, but it can be very very crowded, as people from outside also come here to have their meals. Tip: If you are staying in this hotel, be sure to call up the reception and book a table - boarders are given a preference (or so we were told). Book a table at the restaurant well in advance - they will call you in your room (over the intercom) when your turn arrives.Food is good. Vegetarian - the menu comprises standard north indian dishes.
Don't expect a smiling customer service exec at the reception - straight forward talk, with no strings attached.
Water is a problem in these part due to high saline content - so rely on copious quantities of mineral water bottles. It is advisable to buy them at highway side retail stops (we drove from Ahmadabad, there were quite a few on the way). Although you may find them even at this hotel - check the price (may have changed)
Al in all, given the purpose of visit to Dwarka, this hotel fits the bill.
I was glad to stay just one night in the Dwarika Hotel; hotel reception is not friendly and speaking very very little English; the hotel has old type of elevator which is will be stopped if someone not closing the elevator gate properly. Room is just fine and not clean; the floor was sticky; maybe they used less water to to mopping. Flies is everywhere even in he restaurant which has less tastier foods; the waiters will be sitting and watching cricket from restaurant; no proper cleaning in the restaurant diners area too. I will certainly avoid The Dwarika Hotel in my next visits. The only positive things is the hotel is nearer to Dwarika Krishna temple.