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Placed at a distance of 3 km from the Shree Kathobanath Mandir, Fort Jadhavgadh offers Wi-Fi connectivity to its patrons. The property in Pune is accessible from the MSRTC Bus Depot, which is 6 km away. Arranged in two floors, the hotel in Pune accommodates a total of 57 well-appointed rooms that are equipped with essential requisites.
Rooms include conveniences like television set, in-room safe, tea/coffee maker, desk, chair and attached bathroom with the facility of hot/cold water supply. Rooms have an adjoining balcony offering a view of the locale. Along with a host of conveniences, Fort Jadhavgadh has mini golf, lawn, swimming pool, spa center, coffee shop and banquet hall within its premises.
Guests are offered museum tour, treasure hunt, laundry and 24-hour room service during their stay. Furthermore, guests can relish a selection of delicacies at the in-house restaurant. Pune Airport is at a distance of 32 km from the property.
Visitors can explore tourist spots like Sarasbaug Ganesh Temple (28 km) and Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park (26 km).
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Royal Tent with Breakfast
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Varsha Suite-Premium Rain Shower
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Premium Room with Breakfast
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Deluxe Room with Breakfast
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Darbari Suite-Royal Suite
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Important Landmarks Nearby
- Saswad Industrial Estate 4.93 km
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by Sujeet on 12-06-2017
The stay gives the feel of a historic place. Food was good. Overall experience was refreshing.
by guest on 29-05-2017
Concept ,location & cleanliness.
by JOYDEEP on 14-05-2017
Hospitality, Vast expanse of property
by Vinay on 01-05-2017
greenery n heritage site
by Pranami Desai Pundlik on 06-07-2015
The road from the main gate to the hotel is not good
by guest Bhutada on 15-12-2014
You had mentioned 11am checkout whereas hotel staff insisted on 10am. Please correct it. I am not exaggerating. It tends to spoil a nice vacation because you get rushed through at the end.
Great place and hospitality. Wish I could say the same about food - it was a big disappointment. Otherwise, we had a great experience
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Nowhere else to go and need a short getaway - visit Fort Jadhavgadh
by Anuradha R on June 15, 2017
It had been sometime since i had taken a break and I was travelling with 3 girls of which 2 were teenagers and the other just thinks she is, since she keeps their company. On short notice, this was the only place i could find which was convenient for me to get to from where I was and was giving me what seemed like a good deal. Added to all this somehow the mother in me felt I was also giving the girls some sort of a cultural and a historical insight and hence making this 3 day 2 night trip more worth it. Now the Fort is very nice but difficult to navigate for the elderly and people with joint aches and similar sort of issues. Also if you are a tad bit lazy like me it can get a little cumbersome since you need to climb up and down some rather uneven and high steps to do anything. leaving that aside it is indeed a lovely property. The rooms are spacious and well done. The bathrooms are again very large, modern, and well lit which was lovely. A huge tick. As far as the service goes... the staff is very courteous and pleasant not necessarily super efficient, but when on a holiday i don't mind a odd delay or slip or two as long as they are quick to admit it and apologize for it. We are all human after all. The food in the place is traditionally Indian. They do attempt the odd Italian dishes of pasta but please know it is Indian pasta. Their options seem limited and very regional. It is spicy for international pallet but for Indians it is good old hotel food that one gets everywhere. They have two restaurants called the Chajjar and Payatha. Now there is not too much difference in the food the two restaurants serve. There is a rather nice museum that is on the grounds of the Fort that houses some interesting old artifacts from the region. The sad part is that the guide to the museum is obviously so done with telling the story that he is hardly interested. It is sad to see that the written boards put along side the artifacts hardly give any information of the piece one is viewing. No dates or story behind these things. We visited the place in summer and in spite of the fact that it is air conditioned it was not switched on so the interiors we hot and stuffy, making the tour more painful. This is where I as an Indian and as traveler feel cheated and angry. There is so much history and some amazing facts we can share but we don't want to make the effort. It is not the money at all. It is the lack of initiative. This is definitely a lost opportunity and maybe they should do some thing about it. We did not take the tour of the Fort and so I can only report what i heard from others, that it is quite nice so I am sure it is. They have made arrangements like games in the garden for children and some touristy things like Mehendi session and Sari wearing sessions which is quite nice i think, if you like that sort of things. Also when you are a large group I think these things help keeping children busy. So a big tick mark on that. There is a lovely swimming pool, rather senic with the neem tree bending over it and a SPA which is basic but quite nice for indulging one self for a massage. Also their 3 days is really only 2 days since you have to check in by about 1pm and check out by 10 am so its really only 2 days and 2 nights which seems a bit unfair. So to conclude.... We did have a lovely break. I think one should go here only if the options are very few and time is very short. Otherwise I do think it is wee bit on the expensive side for the kind of experience one comes away with.
Heritage clearly maintained
by JKsahab on June 1, 2017
The whole experience was outstanding for us. We went there as two couples, and enjoyed the tour arranged by the staff. The heritage tour is very well organized and keeps it interesting till the end. The tents were really spacious, and roomy. If you are in a bigger group you can play a lot of outdoor sports.
by Jyoti2201 on May 31, 2017
We wanted to have a experience of staying in the fort , so decided to book jadhavgadh for one night . I will say it's not very exciting but yes different experience. As you enter they will welcome you with Dhol and Tilak . The staff is good and caring . Rooms are well planned and clean . Property is very big , so evening just have a walk . Plenty of games . Best part is their swimming pool .
Service was a let down
by Abhishekduta on May 21, 2017
The fort is well maintained and the rooms and the toilets are huge. It is clean and everything about it is royal except the service. It is beautiful with lots of activities which can be done. I don't know whether it's understaffed or mismanaged. The restaurants are not managed properly, with long wait times and staff not attending to tables. I had to look for table for myself and then run after the staff to get is cleaned. Even basics such as cutlery and water were tough to get. Wasn't served water even in any of the restaurants even after requesting. The food is average, not something I would die for.
Great experience to stay in a heritage hotel.
by Ninad-Kashmira on May 20, 2017
it is a small fort built by Maratha chief Pilaji Jadhav who was in employ of Maratha king Shahu and fough alongside Peshwa. it is an experience to live a life of a Maratha Sardar(knight); that too without the war part !!! it is also very entertaining to explore the fort and surroundings with kids/friends. as a hotel it has good food, good rooms, good service. it has play area, lawns and restaurants with great menu. also do visit in-house museum with interesting collection, many of which are household items of great design but are now lost in modernisation. 80s, 90s generation might have even seen some of them in their grandparents' homes from villages! over all it is a nice place to spend a weekend in different environment.
Tents give you a nice experience
by JKsahab on May 31, 2017
tents and cottages are outside the fort , rest within it.
by Ninad-Kashmira on May 20, 2017
Contact Mr Farhan khan for better deal
by amitpal054 on April 18, 2017
Try not to go for the basic room category (Deluxe Room)
by ankit t on April 17, 2017
dont take the tents and cottages
by Rebecca S on March 14, 2017
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