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Hotel Duke

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Economy Hotels
City : Daman
State : Daman Diu
Location : Devka Beach
Daman, India
Distance from railway
station is 16 Km and the distance
from airport is 180 Km

Hotel Duke, Daman is one of the most popular Economy Hotels in Daman. The hotel is famous among all the tourists who have been to Daman. Mr. Dossabhai Oliaji, the owner of the hotel is old and famous all across the small place because of the fact that the accommodation quality of the hotel has been maintained till date since its inception. The hotel was opened in the year 1936, and with the passage of time, the hotel has steadily treaded its way to fame. The location of the hotel by the sea beach gives it a higher prominence compared to many other star category hotels nearby.

The rooms in Hotel Duke in Daman offer good accommodation with its simply decorated rooms. The homely feeling is soon felt as you step into the hotel. All the family members of the owner make it a point to give you a comfortable stay. The rooms are equipped with modern amenities which comprise of:

  • Refrigerators
  • Color Television with satellite channels
  • Telephones with direct dialing facility
  • Bathrooms with hot and cold water facility

Hotel Duke in Daman in India offers adequate business facilities and equipments to the corporate guests.

Hotel Duke in Daman also offers recreational facilities to the guests with the huge courtyard that opens on to the sea beach. The lawns and the chitchat sessions with the family members of the hotel owner at the courtyard is an experience in itself.

Duke Hotel, Daman also offers some additional facilities to give the tourists a safer stay. These facilities provided at Hotel Duke, Daman include:

  • Laundry
  • Power Back-Up
  • Parking space
  • Doctor-on-call
  • Car rental

Fort of Moti Daman, Fort of St Jerome, Church of Bom Jesus, Church of the Lady of Dolorous etc are among the places of tourists interests in Daman. The natural beauty of the place is complemented by the presence of the number of forts and monuments from the early eras when the town was under the Portuguese rule.

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