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During Vijayadashami celebration 2017 I stayed at MTDC. It was my first stay there, though during my previous visits to Shirdi I frequented its in-house restaurant The Neem which serves delicious and tasty food. I booked Non-AC deluxe B room @ 1500/- online and being...More
When ever I visit Shirdi in earlier days I used to stay at this place. Over a period of time there was not much of maintenance and avoided for few years. As this hotel underwent renovation, decided to stay this time in November 2017. Few...More
In my series of review, I am adding one for MTDC Shirdi Resort. Hope you will find this useful.
Date of Travel - 27th December 2017
Rooms Booked - 2
Room Category - Super Deluxe AC and Super Deluxe Non AC
MTDC is known for their location but this one has very good restaurant also. Book online in advance. Newly refurbished rooms, walkable from temple.
Tip: keep ur phones and footwear in room to save time, u can also buy 200 rs pass to skip long...More
I have always stayed at MTDC for every visit for two primary reasons, location and comfort. It is bang on at temple entrance. You can keep all your belongings in room and go bare footed from hotel itself. Rooms are big and staff is co-operative....More
Response from catNorway | Reviewed this property |
This is not a 5-star or even a 3-star place, nor does it pretend to be anything else than a Pilgrims' Inn. It is run by GoM, with heavily overworked and sincere staff who do their best, going as much out of the way for the... More
This is not a 5-star or even a 3-star place, nor does it pretend to be anything else than a Pilgrims' Inn. It is run by GoM, with heavily overworked and sincere staff who do their best, going as much out of the way for the pilgrims as they can. It is ingrained in every staff member i met that the guests are not merely guests, but are essentially pilgrims. If we, guests, also bear in mind that we are pilgrims, all wrinkles are likely to be ironed out smoothly. The best rooms/suites can always benefit from helpful suggestions from pilgrim-guests to the receptive management.