Shree Binayak Hotel, Puri
Near Sunar Gourang Lane C T Road
Ranked 166 amongst 588 hotels in Puri
Shree Binayak Hotel Reviews (6)
My visit to this hotel was good and I visited this hotel in the month of July 2016. The location of the hotel was good. The appearance of the hotel was very good internally and externally. The check in and check out was done on time. The staff members were helpful and friendly in service. The room allotted to me was good and it was well maintained with all required amenities in working condition. Food provided to me was good in taste and quality. There were no activities in the hotel. I will recommend this hotel to other travellers.
Beach view is not visible from rooms. Small restaurant is there inside the hotel. Veg and non veg both are available here.Hotel is not good for stay. Tariff is high. Hotel is located near beach. Small restaurant is there inside the hotel. Veg and non veg both are available here.
Hotel is not good for stay. Tariff is high. Hotel is located near beach. Beach view is not visible from rooms. Small restaurant is there inside the hotel. Veg and non veg both are available here. Services are worst. Rooms are also dirty and not maintained. Water facilitate is not proper. Ac was not there in rooms. Food is also insipid. Location is also bad. It was looking like you are living in a village. Location, service, food, reception all is poor. I wanted to book my room for a single day, but they forcefully booked my room for 2 days. I stayed here for a single day but paid for two. There is no outdoor activity available. Everything about the hotel is in poor condition. Hotel is not recommended to anyone. Puri is a good place.
Shree Binayak Hotel Overview
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