Royal Garden Hotel, Daman

Ranked 28 of 85 hotels in Daman

Main Road, Dhabel Daman

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34 Reviews | 416 Readers

Good Lounge

Posted 20 Jun, 2018

The hotel has two options to have food. One is lounge and other is open air. We usually take the open one. Though mosquitoes are an issue but it is good outside. Food is good the service staff is good. Good drinks and Punjabi food. Location is very accessible as very near to dabhel checkpost.

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73 Reviews | 326 Readers

Nice hotel .

Posted 21 Mar, 2018

Royal garden is an excellent property. Situated near the entrance of Daman. Rooms are nice. Can be improved though. Food quality is quite good. They have multiple restaurants. Must be trying papad with salad. Housekeeping deapertment services are excellent.

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68 Reviews | 464 Readers

Wonderful stay we had in this

Posted 25 Feb, 2018

This Hotel is located while you enter Daman. It's not into very interior. Yes it's not at all near to beach as well if you are planning your stay near beach. Staff is good. Food is really very good. Rooms are nice. Good parking area they have. Amenities they provide are good.

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2 Reviews | 1 Reader

Good and comfortable but food was average need to improve in food 

Posted 23 Nov, 2016

I had been to this hotel in the month of April 2016 with family. Destination was good. Location of the hotel was inside the city and was good. Appearance of the hotel was good from interior and exterior. Check in check out was done on time. Service was on time and was good. Staff were cooperative and friendly. Room was neat and spacious. All basic amenities were available in the hotel with working condition. Food was average and I did not like that. No activities were held at the hotel.

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1 Review | 120 Readers

Good Place to stay at night

Posted 16 Sep, 2015

Daman is having a pleasant climate all over the year. In summer, Daman is blessed with cool breeze coming from over the Arabian sea. Daman can boast of a rich and multi - faced cultural heritage. Dance and Music are very much part of the daily life of Damanite. Here is a true fusion of cultures - tribal, urban, Liquor is available at chipper rate. Royal Garden Hotel at Daman is good to stay in night as it has clean environment and clean place to stay it has young staff who work on the spot to you and they come up with new ideas to help out in any way over all it has to improve a lot but as a hotel compare to other is a good place to stay.

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1 Review | 55 Readers

Located inside the city

Posted 1 Aug, 2015

The hotel was conveniently located. The hotel was located inside the city. The staff's at the hotel were friendly and helpful. The interior of the hotel was very good. The room provided was spacious, clean and well maintained. All amenities were working properly. The view of the swimming pool could be seen from the room. The food served at the hotel was there in vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes. There was no delay in check in and checkout. I would recommend this hotel for the upcoming travellers. I had visited the hotel with my family for a relaxation trip.

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5 Reviews | 655 Readers

Overall, it's an awesome hotel

Posted 11 May, 2015

I was there about a year ago, don't know exactly the date. The location of hotel was a bit away from the beach but the destination was good, the hotel structure was just awesome. There was a big swimming pool outside in the compound of the hotel, which was just awesome because drink and swim was also allowed Most of the time we had dinner and lunch outside the hotels but on the last day when it was planned to get food from hotel we thought we were fool eating outside. Food was awesome and their service was actually awesome Overall, it was a fun trip with friends.

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2 Reviews | 1947 Readers

Good hotel with good staffs

Posted 18 Nov, 2014

It was near the border. The location of the hotel was very good. It's very convenient to travel here. We did not find any difficulty finding this hotel. The surrounding of the hotel was nice & clean. The interiors of the hotel were fine; furniture was fine & exteriors of the hotel were okay and maintained well. The behaviour of the staff was very good. The service was also very good. The rooms were good, neat and clean. The amenities provided in the room were working fine. There was very good scenic view. The food served at the hotel was totally good in quality & taste. Everything was good about this hotel. There were no extra activities in the hotel.

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18 Reviews | 20955 Readers

The Royal pace (slow) at Royal Garden

Posted 10 Nov, 2014

I have stayed at Royal Garden Hotel on business tour. Overall, the hotel was good, boasts of three restaurants. One open air garden restaurant serving veg non-veg food and with a bar. Another "Saffron" serving drinks and ONLY veg food. Cozily air conditioned and serving Indian, Continental, Thai and Chinese cuisine, but only vegetarian. The third restaurant Aqua is serving non-vegetarian food also. The food is excellent in all the restaurants. One must try the Chicken Maharajah, a mine chicken based gravy and stuffed tomato and boiled egg served on this mince bed. Bean Sprouts is a very healthy option for starters apart from the usual fare of tikkas and tandoori items which are good, succulent pieces of chicken cooked to perfection. The options of Chokha Roti (Rice Roti), Tandoori Roti and Tawa Roti (Chapatti) and other assortment are great. Please skip Goan dishes like Vindaloo or sorpotel. If you have tasted the originals you will wonder what is being served. Drinks are available in 30, 60, 90, 180, 375 and 750 ml options in the open air restaurant. Other places in standard 30/60 ml pegs only. The rooms are adequate and housekeeping is proper. Linen is clean. Bath towels are changed daily but hand towels or napkins are available only on demand. Please don't forget to check the Remotes of AC and TV while checking in. Many times these are not functional and later following up with the reception is a pain. Service is courteous but very slow. It goes at its own sweet pace. Hotel has a beautiful lush green lawn, a small swimming pool, decent grounds and ample parking space. In the evenings all the eateries are packed and the parking is almost full. But the guard on duty regulates the parking very well Hotel does not have a buffet breakfast. Breakfast is only on order in the room. Very limited options are available for breakfast, e. G. Poha, Upma, Dossa, Medu Vada, Omelette, bread, Potato Fingers, Tea, Coffee and Milk. Nothing else in continental or other types. Few newspapers are available at the reception but not delivered in the rooms individually. This hotel is conveniently located on Vapi- Devka road at Dabhel. A pleasant experience. I have been staying here for long periods on business .

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1 Review | 432 Readers

Hotel with good ambiance; quality food

Posted 19 Oct, 2014

Place is very good and hotel ambience is very nice. Service is good and communication is also good. Room was good. I'll give a rating of 8 out of 10 for room and room service. Swimming pool is also there were everyone can enjoy. Best part is food and drinks. Food is tasty and not expensive. Quantity is also sufficient. Drinks are also at a cheaper rate.

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2 Reviews | 2002 Readers

Excellent hotel with good service and food

Posted 8 Oct, 2014

Visited the hotel it was excellent. Will like to rate 7 out of 7 for this hotel. Appearance was well maintained. Food was delicious and the quality was good, both varieties Veg and Non- Veg is provided. Facilities like swimming pool, garden was available in the hotel. WiFi connection is also available on this hotel. Check in and checkout was in time. Already recommended to other travelers. Its located outside of market near Somnath. No vehicle was organized for sight seeing by the hotel.

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2 Reviews | 866 Readers

Would like to recomend this hotel

Posted 23 Dec, 2014

There was no difficulty in reaching the hotel. The appearance of the hotel from inside and outside was good. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The rooms were spacious, clean and maintained with the amenities in the room like AC, TV and geyser were there in the room. There was no delay in check in or check out. The hotel stay was value for money. I would like to recommend this hotel to others.

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2 Reviews | 4078 Readers

humble staff.

Posted 5 Jul, 2013

its a amazing experience in royal garden.. enjoy a lot in the campus area, excellent service. really enjoy.. if i can arrange next time trip to daman i will definitely choose royal garden..location wise, service was too good. humble staff.. and choices of innovation in the holiday enjoy becomes very fast and rapid. after all its becomes a great memory..

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1 Review | 1630 Readers

Not bad! We found it very much in the budget, the...

Posted 28 Aug, 2012

Not bad! We found it very much in the budget, the reception staff was very helpful in guiding us around on the sites to visit in Daman. Sorry to mention the food and pool area was a huge let down.

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11 Reviews | 14847 Readers

Good reception, poor room service

Posted 2 Nov, 2011

The Diwali weekend was approaching, and we made a last minute plan to have a trip to Daman and were desperately searching in net to book a resort. But all were full but for one, Hotel Royal Garden. I made a phone call to them to enquire about the booking procedure, and the reply was 'Sir, you please send an e-mail, and we will respond to it in no time.' So I sent the mail. But no response even after two days. Again talked on phone, same response, same mail, and again same 'no response'. Finally on friday evening I made the third call, told that we are reaching there tomorrow noon, they told rooms are available. A happy surprise! When enquired whether the resort is near to beach, the person openly admitted 'bahut door hey saab.' Finally reached Daman. No problems in locating the hotel, it was right on the main road side, just within 1 km from the entrance gate to Daman, and almost in the town itself. Sarroundings were depressing, with lot of shops (wine) and petrol pumps. The whole resort is occupying an area of may be 1 acre. A four storeyed building, adjuscent swimming pool, an open lawn for get togethers, and a garden restaurant. Ample parking space, fortunately. Reception staff were cordial, and showed us four vacant rooms to choose one. We opted a deluxe A/C room on second floor, facing the pool, but so close to a nearby galley and shops (however, the best out of the four in this aspect). Fortunately there were no chairs in the balcony (as well as in the room but for a double sized sofa), so no question of relaxing there for the whole neighbors to peep into our privacy! Room was just ok. Bathroom was reasonably clean but for occasional dripping from the roof which we noticed at a later stage. Room had a TV and a number of cupboards. Again, the door latch was not in place, we had to lock it from inside for it to remain shut. Hotel was reasonably neat and clean. The room was offered as a part of a package, including all meals, for Rs. 3990/-. Later on we realised that by accepting the package, we are deprived dining in the open garden restaurant, because buffet meals were served invariably in a room on first floor of the restaurant. Quality of the meals were average, eventhough the menu and quantity were sizeable. After dinner, we thought of having something in room. So called the room service, to check what all items they have. Reply came 'it is all there in the room service menu', but no menu in the room. Hence our first order went for the menu itself. Menu came in five minutes. Rates and menu appeared reasonable. Hence ordered for a beer, an 'egg burgee', and two cassatta ice creams. After ten minutes, a tap on the door. Waiter with a bottle of beer and a glass. He took out an opener, and opened the beer with all his force as if uncorking a champagne bottle. Frothy beer spilled out and flooded the tea poy. He wiped the liquid from the tea poy using his hands, into the tray in which he brought the bottle. Then he went out, brought a piece of cloth and wiped the tea poy with it. By the time, tea poy had consumed half the bottle. When asked to replace the bottle, he pleaded: 'saab, dhoda thoh hee nikal gayaa naa? vaapas leke jaayegaa tho paisa mera jeb se cut jaayegaa, please... (Sir, only a bit is lost, isn't it? if i take it back, the money will be deducted from me)' I said, 'ok bhai, ro mat. when will you bring other items?' He smiled, and vanished. After another fifteen minutes, another tap on the door. This time it was the 'egg burgee', only to see that the beer is already finished. At last he brought ice creams after another fifteen minutes,left them and vanished for good. But no spoons to eat the ice creams! Rang up the room service, but no response this time. By the time ice creams also melted to join the beer on the tea poy. Fantastic and most memorable three course (after) dinner! Next morning we saw that one of the tyres of our car is punctured flat. Asked the reception if they could arrange fixing it, they happily obliged and called a nearby 'tyrewaala', and the tyre was replaced in about fifteen minutes. By the time, our son was enjoying the swimming pool. The pool is medium sized, about 3 feet deep. Water looked clean but smelled heavily of chlorine. The resort, in their website, claims an 'umbrella water fall' in the pool, which turned out to be a concrete umbrella with no 'water fall'. When asked the watchman to put the falls on, reply came : 'gharaab hey saab (it is not functional)'. The famous Devka beach is more than 6 km from the resort. On reaching there we could see that the place was literally flooded with people and cars (it took more than an hour to cross one km stretch of road due to the traffic jam), and all resorts on the beach (there are so many) were swarming with tourists. However, rooms were still available in our resort, perhaps mainly due to its distance from the beach. In short, the hotel is a just average one. Reception staff were well groomed and cordial. But room service was horrible. Food quality is average. Locality of the hotel is depressing for those who look out for a peaceful stay, but may be suitable for corporate meets and the sort of. If complete relaxation and an escape from the hurries of the mad city is what you aspire, then better opt for some other resorts on the beach.

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Royal Garden Hotel is ranked #28 among the 85 hotels in Daman with an average rating of 5.3 out of 7. It is one of the 13, 2-star in Daman. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 14 photos and 18 text reviews. it is rated top for its Room, Food & Drink and Destination.

The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 2,200 to Rs 2,500 per night. The hotel offer 24 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.

The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Family (54%) and Couple (23%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 46% of guests enjoy the hotel's relaxed environment, whereas 23% have rated the ambience as romantic.

Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of July, Aug and Sept for the best experience.

If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.

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