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Fri, 30 Mar – Sat, 31 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Amba Taluk Malkapur, Dist kolhapur, Kolhapur , 415101 | Show on Map
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Pawan Khind Resort is a budget property located at a distance of 66 km from the Kolhapur Railway Station and Kolhapur Central Bus Stand. This property offers free breakfast service to the guests.
Guests are accommodated in 35 spacious rooms in Kolhapur.
Each room is equipped with amenities like television, bottled drinking water, wardrobe and attached bathroom with hot/cold water supply. Pawan Khind Resort has a swimming pool within the premises. Services like laundry and doctor-on-call are offered at this resort.
For social gathering, the resort offers banquet facilities to the guests. The resort has a garden as well. Kolhapur Airport is 74 km from the hotel. Major tourist attractions include Mahalaxmi Mandir (61 km), Rankala Lake (66 km), Bhavani Mandap (65 km) and Panchaganga River (66 km).
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by Priya D on June 14, 2017
Excellent place, amazing food, never had so tasty food till date. A must visit place. Ride on the roof top jeeps, Jungle trek, backwaters, visit to the historic pawankhind, mesmerizing views. its a complete relaxation package.
by RajeshIngale on May 24, 2017
Ideal for family reunion or gettogethers... They arrange small outings on Jeep Tops to nearby Dam and Pawan Khind. Out of range of data & mobile connectivity. In pristine jungle air and noise free enjoyed thoroughly treefull of fireflies at nights. We were also lucky to see the shekhru~a brown Squirrel as big as a cat. Simple folk work to make the start enjoyable. Cuisine is local Maharashtrian. Food is good. Level of cleanliness is also good. Intelligent attention paid by the owner can't be missed.
by Am K on January 17, 2017
We had been to Pawankhind resort in January 2016 and it was one of the best holidays my family ever had. about 22 people from our society stayed here for 2.5 days and took there evening ride to the dam and one whole day Jungle safari and it was awesome. The purpose of the resort is that we stay there in a group of any age group and just enjoy the nature. Various programs provided by the resort are just too good and extremely well structured. The arrangements made are extremely accurate in terms of the timing and quality of the food, equipment and trained and polite staff. Resort also has karaoke, some musical instruments, a nice stage, carrom, badminton kit etc. there is a swiming pool and slides and swings for kids. FOOD is just too awesome and the jungle barbcue is just fabulous time which one can have in the woods. You wont get mobile range and there are no television sets in the resort which makes you completely be disconnected from your routine. Resort is decently clean and equipped so not for those who are very picky about having luxurious amaneties. OVERALL A PERFECT SPOT IF YOU WANT TO BE IN NATURE AND ENJOYING WITH FRIENDS
by Satej K on January 16, 2017
I loved the place. Keep in mind though that this place has been designed with sustainability in mind. Solar Panels power the whole resort and has a lovely vibe to it. The food was fabulous and especially loved the barbecue. The provision for tea and coffee centrally was an amazing concept.
by Hrishikesh K on January 5, 2017
We stayed there for three days ...new year celebration! We were five families ...with kids. You can visit in rainy seasons and winter months. It's in Kolhapur district. The roads go through the Ghat section...so if anyone is prone to motion sickness, my advice is to take prior medications and drive a bit slowly. The resort is not a typical five star resort property where you find the luxuries you actually don't need. It's a really well equipped DIY picnic spot( their website clearly states that). At least two families are needed to get a booking. Because they arrange small trips to the nearby spots which can be enjoyed in a group only. They have rooms of all sizes ...three beds to big dormitories. The rooms are basic. Ours was a three bed one.The linens, blankets and towels provided were clean. No AC but a ceiling fan and many LED lamps which are solar powered. The attached bathroom has a WC, a wash basin and separate taps for hot and cold water( No shower). Hot water was available whenever required. The property is fairly wide spread. It has a small central dome(umbrella) where tea - coffee is served, a game area, open air 'auditorium' with a stage, a swimming pool with kids pool, a library and dining area. Almost all of there are open air except the library. The parking is adequate. When we arrived we were given cool 'lassi' and allotted the rooms. They have mineral water but encourage us to drink the water they provide and we did. No problems. All rooms and dormitories have verandas where you can spend time on chairs or on a swing. You find small swings almost everywhere. The game area has a table tennis table, carrom boards, snakes and ladders boards, badminton (I didn't find an actual court with a net). The swimming pool is 4 to 7 feet deep. It was clean and has a small slide also. They provide floaters if you need them. If you want to have a small get together and arrange performances then beside the game area there is a small stage with a clearing.( I don't know if there are any advanced audiovisual equipments available). The dining area has long rows of tables ( no separate tables). There is a buffet system and self service ...you are supposed to clear your table ...there are separate trays to put away the dishes,bowls, spoons. There is a separate bin for leftovers also. The food was maharashtrian. No Punjabi or Gujarati or Jain etc. It was tasty and we liked it. Of course it is unlimited. They serve non veg in the evening, and if you want you get in the noon also ...with a prior order. We enjoyed the typical kolhapuri 'tambda & pandhra' rassa.( / ) The solecudhi() was a letdown though! They don't serve liquor, but you can have it in your rooms or in the verandas. They provide snacks, cold drinks, soda or ice if you need any. But you cannot take your drinks to the public areas like game rooms etc. We had our drinks with a nice log fire with music and a lots of snacks...it was a memorable new year night. The main attraction is the picnic. They take you to a nearby spot 'Pawankhind' and after that in a clearing in the jungle stuff you with lots and lots of barbeque/ smoked chicken, roasted potatoes, onions, brinjals ...yes ...they taste delicious. And when you're are full then they serve you with the plateful of lunch with sweets ending with ' cchachh( / ) '. Needless to say, you need to lie down there for a while. Then you get tea and have the options either to walk back to the resort or take a ride back. We walked ...it's all downhill so no sweat! The Pawankhind is a gorge where the famous battle took place but there is no guide available. The resort arranges for the tour and gives some recorded information and that's that. If you know what happened hundreds of years ago then only you can visualize the scene. I recommend you read about it before visiting the place. They also take you to the nearby dam ...for a dip in the backwaters. The waters were clean but cold and the bottom was rocky so I didn't ventured into it. But the kids enjoyed. The overall experience is ....offbeat ...(). If you're not in the branded things ...you know...'the price tag' personality then you enjoy it. I plan to visit there in rainy season also. The owner Mr Shirgaonkar and his assistant Mr Namdev are gems. No false pretense. But always helping. The downside ....the lawns are unkempt ...maybe to enhance the 'homely' feel? And the price could be a little lower ...just a suggestion.
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