Sayaji Hotel Kolhapur, one of the important landmarks of South Maharashtra recently commemorated its 8th anniversary. To celebrate this momentous occasion with its esteemed patrons the hotel offered 8% to 80% discounts at its flagship restaurants Moon Tree and Blue Lotus. Throughout the year the hotel has witnessed demand in both rooms as well as banqueting.
“As we celebrate 8 years, we would like to thank all our guests, vendors, and employees who have offered us enormous support and love during these past years. Over the years we have received an overwhelming response from our esteemed patrons in Kolhapur. We have always tried our best to offer memorable experiences for everyone. This year we introduced Mediterranean cuisine, live barbeque concept on table, discotheque and kids land to our portfolio. The hotel with its impeccable hospitality, hygiene & safety practices and personalized services has enjoyed preeminence among both business and leisure travelers in the region, said Amitabh Sharma, General Manager, Sayaji Hotel Kolhapur.
The city of Kolhapur has over the years transformed itself into a major tourism destination, attracting a large slice of tourists from Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and other parts of Maharashtra. Religious tourism has seen an uptick in Kolhapur as people from India and across the world visit various pilgrim destinations including the famous Mahalaxmi Temple, Jyotiba, Nrusinhawadi, excavated remains dating back to 2nd BC and ancient relics of the Buddha and Mahavir era. The city is famous for the Panhala Fort, Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary, Chandoli National Park, Radhanagari Sanctuary, and other scenic destinations.
Sayaji Hotel Kolhapur has started the campaign Subh Vivah by Sayaji which includes customized packages, themed décor, personalized cuisine, and tailor-made services to make the weddings memorable. As the region is known as a medical hub, the hotel team has prepared corporate MICE programs to acquaint guests with the traditional Sayaji hospitality and true spirit of Kolhapur.