|Location||178 - Kasturba Road, Near Railway Station & Bazaar, Matheran, Maharashtra, India (Airport: 70 km & Railway Station: 70 km)|
|Rooms||28 well decorated rooms|
Accommodation in Hotel Panorama, Matheran
Matheran Hotel Panorama has an array of attractive 28 guestrooms. Some of the rooms are fully air conditioned, some are partially air conditioned and some are air cooled. The rooms are very spacious and boast of basic amenities like cable television, free newspaper, attached baths and running hot & cold water.
At Hotel Panorama in Matheran guests can head for the stunning onsite dining hall that serves delicious Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes. The simple yet attractive setting of the hall immediately takes in the heart and minds of the guests and the impeccable services of the staffs add special flavor to their dining experience.
Matheran Hotel Panorama is reputed to be one of the leading hotels in Matheran for featuring extensive business facilities and services at pocket friendly rates. It has a well configured business center that works round the clock and offers facilities like computer, fax, internet, photocopy, power back-up and printer. This apart, it also provides secretarial services to assist business guests in hosting meeting, seminar and conference.
Hotel Panorama in Matheran makes guests stay in Matheran a pleasurable experience of life by offering fantastic recreational facilities that comprise of swimming pool, gym, playground and shopping arcade.
Other Facilities :
Matheran Hotel Panorama is a treasure trove of a wide range of supplementary facilities and services that ensure every comfort to guests on their trip to Matheran. Some of these most fascinating facilities include travel desk, station transfers, safe deposit lockers, non smoking rooms, money changer, lift, laundry, fire safeguards, doctor on call, car parking, barber or beauty services, banquet facilities, baby care and airport transfers.
City Info :
Matheran is a Marathi term that signifies Woodlands over Head. This town was the discovery of the British Mr. Huge Mallet who served as the then Collector of Thane in 1850. This impressive hill station is touted as an eco friendly town and does not allow any modern mode of transport inside its region.