Hotel Ganpati Palace
AddressNear Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Bhuteshwar Road Near Shri Krishna Janam Bhoomi MathuraSee nearby area
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Welcome to Hotel Ganpati Palace Mathura to enjoy the art of hospitality. The property is an urban haven of refined service and understated elegance.
This fine property is located at 'Braj Bhoomi' Lord Krishna's birth place-tourist destination with the ultimate in world class service and facilities, combined with the group's traditional reputation for genuine hospitality experience.
Standard rooms are delightfully designed to provide guests a refined and peaceful ambience. Ideal for both leisure tourists and corporate travelers. Standard rooms are equipped with all the modern amenities including Hot & Cold Water, Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and LCD TV.
(a multi - cuisine fine vegetarian restaurant), food critics as their top choice for fine vegetarian dining experience. The highly acclaimed restaurant is a consistent favorite among locals and visitors alike.
The Radhika experience of dinning (pure vegetarian) offers delicious, distinctive cuisine, enhanced by innovative presentation and impeccable service in a cozy yet elegant atmosphere.
We gave the ability and flexibility to meet your every need. Hotel Ganpati Palace is the only place in Mathura that ideally suited for meeting groups of 10 to 450 and can host banquets, large seminars, exhibition and private functions.
All our meeting rooms feature with latest conference technology.
If cancelled after 2 days or within 48 hours of check in, 100% of the amount will be charged.
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fan
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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