Uttam Hotel, Dwarka
Jawar Road Near Temple Dwarka
Ranked 25 amongst 76 hotels in Dwarka
Uttam Hotel Reviews
We had booked 2 rooms for two days at this Hotel through online We arrived at Dwarka Railway Station on 31st October 2015. Though the check in time was 11. 00 AM, we were provided our booked rooms at 8. 00 AM. Thanks for the good gesture of the Hotel Management. Our Rooms were side by side with an internal entrance. The Hotel is very close to th....Read More
Top Reviews of Uttam Hotel
Hotel Uttam is a good choice for a family and couple. It is at near the bus stand and also near to the Dwarkadhish temple. Stayed at here with family. Good room service and cleaned washroom. Ready to assist staff anytime, also guide for local tour like Bet Dwarka and Nageshwar temple, also provide facility for all sightseeing by bus or taxi. We took a bus that charged only 80/- per person. I booked it through make my trip at a discount price only 354/- per room triple bed. Finally I would like to say it was a pleasure stay if tour again to Dwarka will prefer to stay at this hotel.
Very good hotel near temple and market. Co-operative staff. Hel rooms are in good condition and full safety in hotel car on rent arranged by hotel and dwarka driver was also co-operative.
v.good.the ambiance,rooms,travel arrangements,maintenance.
The stay was comfortable. No difficulty in finding the hotel. Stayed there for 3 days. Service was not that good. Appearance Wise the hotel was good. Room was ok but no view from the room. Food taken outside. There is no restaurant in the hotel. No delay in check-in and check-out. No activities. No sightseeing. Amount wise it was in little bit more than medium range.
Hotel was good and amenities were in working condition. The staff were friendly and helpful and it was a religious trip with family. I did not have food in the hotel and there was no activities were provided. There was no view from the room but it was worth for the money. There was no delay in check-in and check-out process.
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