Gayatri Athithi Gruh, Dwarka
Gayati Saktipeeth Dwarka
Ranked 48 from 74 hotels in Dwarka
Gayatri Athithi Gruh Reviews
It was a family vacation to Dwarka and I opted to stay at this hotel. The location was good and there was no problem in travelling here. The staff members in the hotel are helpful but I did not interact much with them. The room allotted to me was satisfactory in cleanliness and basic amenities were provided inside, and there was a sea view. The foo....Read More
It is very nice stay on the shore of Arab Sagar. It’s having very clean and spacious rooms, nice gallery with the view of sea. Just opposite of the Ahtithi Gruh there is nice temple of Godess Gayatri. Person who is visiting Dwarka should stay in this Athithi Gruh. Mandir and bazaar is at walking distance from the Athithi Gruh.
Hotel was clean and behind a sea. It was very beautiful place which made my mind relax. Toilet and bath very clean, house keeping service also good. My suggestion is that there was no dinner, so please atleast canteen is a must be. Good place, good temple and pray to Dwarkadhis is a happy moment.
Dwaraka is a religious place and is worth visiting. The hotel Gayathri Atithi was very good and is located on the main road. The appearance of the hotel was good, the room, staff and the food was very good and we enjoyed the stay.
Very good. Accommodation is good and clean. Well furnished with T.V., good furniture etc.,. Room service is fine. It is by the side of the Sea and near by the Light House. There is Gayathri Matha temple the Athithi Gruh.
the hotel is one the most favorite hotel of tourists in Dwarka.It is situated at the beach of sea.Tourist can see sunrise.
The name ‘Dwarka’ that came from two words – dwara (door) and ka (Brahma) – stood for ‘gateway to the spiritual union with Brahma’. This remote pilgrimage town at the extreme western tip of the Kathiawar peninsula is one of the four most holy Hind
Dwarka is one of the ancient cities of India with a history that dates back to the 1500 BC and is linked to the ancient Hindu texts like the Gita and Puranas. Dwarka is associated with the life of Lord Krishna, who is believed to be one of the inc