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Palette - Hotel Reevanta
Palette - Hotel Reevanta

Palette - Hotel Reevanta

Near Domino's Pizza, Devka Road, Daman
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Conference Room
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Daman is one of the two districts of the union territory of Daman and Diu on the western coast of India surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west. Daman is divided by the Daman Ganga River into two parts, namely Nani-Daman (Nani meaning small) and Moti-Daman (Moti meaning big). Daman sires as one of the exotic beach holiday destinations in India. It gratifies the whims of sun bathers and swimmers at its beaches, the historic churches with finely carved statues, majestic forts that rise in their imposing splendour, coconut groves, abundant greenery and round the year temperate climate all provide a lovely escape for those in search of bliss, happiness and fun far away from the bustles of city life. Being a port town, it offers an exquisite variety of sea food, fare to satisfy the demanding palates of fish lovers along with a variety of quaint bars. Daman has grown to be a thriving industrial hub with large number manufacturing plants and industries and was an erstwhile Portuguese colony. This paradise of peace, solitude and contentment with its coastline about 12.5 km along the Arabian Sea (the Gulf of Khambhat) was once known as Kalana Pavri or Lotus of Marshlands. The Fort of St. Jerome overlooking the Damanganga River and the Arabian Sea presents itself as the epitome of magnificence and grandeur. Tourists visiting this port city can spend their time exploring the famous churches, beaches, gardens and temples. Places like Church of Bom Jesus depicts rich Portuguese history, Mirasol Lake Garden, Jampore Beach, Somnath Mahadev Temple, Devka Amusement Park, Devka Beach, Pargola Garden, Chapel of Our Lady of Rosary and Mirasol Water Park makes the trip worthwhile. Daman is a major travel destination in India, boasting fascinating history through wonderful landmarks. Don’t let budget constraints stop you from having a wonderful experience on your trip to Daman. OYO Rooms, India’s Largest Branded Network of Hotels offers a wide range of budget hotels in Daman under two different categories like Standard and Premium. Situated near Daman Airport, OYO offers a variety of Premium and Rooms categories of hotels, convenient for travellers looking for a budget stay in Daman. Not just that, OYO also facilitates the varied range of hotels for ideal for frequent travellers. Travellers visiting the city for leisure can stay at the budget hotels near Fort of St. Jerome to experience the grandeur and magnificence of the services offered. Guests can wake-up to the beautiful view of the sun rising along the clam beach, by staying at OYO budget hotels near Devka Beach. Tourists who wish to explore the Portugese architecture and their history can stay conveniently in budget hotels around the Cathedral of Bom Jesus. For those travelling with kids, can stay at hotels near Devka Amusement Park to enhance their stay experience. The OYO Premium hotels in Daman are situated on the sea shores giving an excellent experience with cool ambience, mouth-watering cuisines and quality services. Also, there are OYO hotels located outside the town which aims at providing luxury and comfort to its visitors. For International travellers, OYO offers a luxurious stay with modern amenities at hotels around Daman Airport. Tourists visiting the city for a peaceful holiday on mind can stay at luxury sea beach hotels with well-appointed sea view rooms. Daman is also known for its multiple industries and therefore many corporates and business travellers visit the city. Thus, various hotels offer facilities and services keeping the comfort and requirement of the budget travellers. The availability of multiple budget hotels in Daman has made it easier and convenient for travellers to extend their stay without worrying about their budget.
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What is a good time to visit Daman?
Winter season is the best time to visit Daman. This season starts from October end and stays till February. During this time the temperature of the city stays between 10ºC and 32ºC and offers a much-needed break from extreme humidity. If you visit in the winter season, you can enjoy the beaches with ease and have a pleasant stay in this coastal city.
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What are the most interesting things to do in the city?
Daman has a beautiful coastline and is dotted with its rich history. You can easily spot the Portuguese influence in the buildings of Daman and you will have a great time exploring colonial history. So, in Daman, you can enjoy a lazy day at the beaches, try adventure water sports, explore the marvellous architecture, embark on a spiritual experience, visit places of historical importance, enjoy street shopping and taste the amazing Gujarati dishes.
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What are some of the budget and premium accommodation options in Daman?
Daman has a few budget options when it comes to OYO Rooms. These rooms offer top quality service and amenities.
Budget Accommodations
• Hotel Lotus Residency
• Hotel Sai Kripa Imperial
• Hotel Nana’s
• Hotel Silver
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What is the best food that you can eat here?
Daman is a Gujarati city plus it has a beach so, this city offers the best of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines. Daman has a happening street food culture with night markets for night time cravings. Also, in this city, you can buy ice cream by weight from a ‘thela'. Some of the must-try local delicacies in Daman are jetty roll, chaat, bhel, aao bhaji, papri, keema bread and kathi kabab rolls. Daman also has fine-dining restaurants that are good for relaxed dinner with the family. Some of the must-try places are Daman Delite Restaurant, Veera da Dhaba, Spice Galleon at Gold Beach Resort, Gurukripa restaurant, 19Sixty One Restaurant and Bar and Emperor Restaurant.
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Is the city covered by the metro/bus network? What is the best way to travel across the city?
Daman is a small city and there is no metro network. The city is well connected by minibuses which also ply to nearby villages. For commuting within the city, you can hire a bike or rent a taxi. There is also an option of hiring an auto rickshaw which is both metered and non-metered and a general consensus suggests that this option is very costly as opposed to other cities where auto rickshaws are considered a cheap mode of transportation. If you don’t mind walking, you can also explore Daman on foot or a bicycle is an option too.
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Which are the must-try Parsi dishes in Daman?
Daman has a thriving Parsi population that has lived in the city for generations. While visiting Daman you have to try the lip-smacking Parsi food which is otherwise difficult to find. Some of the best dishes that you have to try are Patra fish, Chicken Farchas, Tawa Prawns, Palaav Daal, Sali Boti and Mutton Dhasak.
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Which are beaches to visit in Daman?
Daman has many beaches that you can visit for various activities. All these beaches are easily accessible from the city and make for wonderful experiences. If you are staying close to the beach you can walk to it or you can use an auto rickshaw or any other preferred mode of transportation to reach the beach and enjoy. The famous beaches in Daman are: • Jampore Beach • Kevdi beach • Goghla Beach • Jalandhar Beach • Devka Beach • Nagao Beach • Sea Face Beach
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How to reach Daman?
Daman can be reached by air by taking a flight to Nani Daman. There are regular flights to Daman from Baroda and Mumbai. Mumbai international is the closest international airport which is around 150 km from Daman. Vapi is the nearest railway station to Daman which is around 12 km away. So, if you are taking a train, you will have to get down and Vapi and then take a taxi or bus to reach Daman. Approach roads to Daman are very good and are well connected to national highways. You can travel to Daman from anywhere in India. You also take a bus to Daman from all the major cities in Gujarat and also from Mumbai.
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Which are must visit historical places to visit in Daman?
Daman has many places of historical importance, both religious and non-religious. Some of the places that you must visit are the Cathedral of Bom Jesu, Moti Daman Fort, Jain temple, St. Jerome Fort, Dominical Monastery and Our Lady of the Sea Church.
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Where to shop in Daman?
Daman is a good place to buy handicrafts, sea artifacts and bamboo items. You should shop in Daman streets to get a real feel of the coastal city. Shop at beach markets, Maharaja Super Market, The Foreign Market, Vesi Abhi Market, Apna Bazar, DMC market, Honkon Market and Biblos Market.
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