Saibaba International

Hotel in Shirdi

Ultimate Location

- Our Hotel is Opp Saibaba Temple-

  • Hotel Opp Saibaba Temple

    Hotel is opposite the Main Temple Premises, you may cross the road barefoot and enter the Divine temple.

  • WoodlandsRestaurant

    Pure Vegetarian Air-conditioned Restaurant. Serving South indian and Punjabi Thali, with a la carte menu.

  • Khangar babaOne big Stone

    Khangar baba were Sri Sai Baba used to sit on that Stone is now covered by Waterfountain.

  • Main LobbyWaiting area

    Let your family Relax in spacious lobby while visiting temple or restaurant.

  • GamesDestress moment

    Your kids may get bored on long travel give them their kind of space and unwind.

  • ParkingAmple space

    Ample parking space in compound with 24hrs security gaurds.


World famous The First hotel in Shirdi

World famous Hotel Situated just opposite Sai Baba temple known as Sai Baba International. The First hotel in Shirdi inaugrated by Shri. Manoj Kumar & Shri.Raj Kapoor (Actor, Producer, Director). The hotel consists of 70 Deluxe & AC rooms with 2 Maharaja Suites & 3 Dormitories of  17 beds.

Wide choice from 2bed, 3bed, 4bed, 5bed, 7bed, 8bed and 19bedded rooms.

The hotel is also having pure veg Woodland Restaurant serving South Indian, Punjabi & Chinese Dishes. The hotel also have all over Mumbai booking agents for the convenience of the customer.

Spiritual side of the Hotel

The main thing in the hotel is one big Stone in the compound known as Khangar baba were Sri Sai Baba used to sit on that Stone is now covered by Waterfountain.

Also the hotel is having a Sai Baba Mandir inside the premises. So whenever you think of Sai Baba darshan in Shirdi only think one name SAI BABA INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.

Access: Hotel Saibaba International is exactly opposite the Main Temple Premises, you may cross the road barefoot and enter the Divine temple.

Plasma cable tv

Breakfast

Restaurant


Our rooms

- A short description of different rooms -

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    Double Bed Standard

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    Bath room

1500per night

Double Bed Standard

Simple and Basic.This room has one double bed with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Double Bed Deluxe

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    Bath room

1750per night

Double BedDeluxe

Ambient and designed. This room has one double bed with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Triple Bed Standard

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    Bath room

1900per night

Triple Bed Standard

Simple and Basic.This room has one double bed and one single bed, with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Triple Bed Deluxe

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    Triple Bed Deluxe

2050per night

Triple BedDeluxe

Ambient and designed. This room has one double bed and one single bed, with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Four Bed Standard

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    Bath room

2500per night

Four Bed Standard

Simple and Basic. This room has two double beds with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Four Bed A/c Executive

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    Four Bed A/c Executive

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    Four Bed A/c Executive

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    Four Bed A/c Executive

3200per night

Four BedA/c Executive

Ambient and designed. This room has two double beds with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table.

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    Maharaja Suite

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    Maharaja Suite

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    Maharaja Suite

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    Bathroom

4500per night

Maharaja Suite A/c 4 persons

Ambient and well designed. This suite has two rooms, each room has a double bed with air conditioner, LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table. The suite has a large bathroom with a bathtub.

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    Eight Bed A/c

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    Eight Bed A/c

6000per night

Eight Bed A/c. Executive

Simple and basic. This room has two double beds and 4 single beds with LCD tv, air-conditioner, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table and 2 bathrooms.

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    Dormitory 19 Beds

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    Dormitory 19 Beds

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    Dinning area

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    Bathrooms

7500per night

Dormitory 19 Beds

Simple and Basic. This room has 9 double beds and one single bed, a dinning area, a dressing room, LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table and 2 bathrooms.

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    Princess Room 3 Bed

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    Attached Terrace

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    Bath room

3500per night

Princess Room 3 Bed A/C with Terrace

Simple and Basic.This room has one double bed and one single bed with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table and a connected terrace.

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    Princess Room 4 Bed

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    Princess Room 4 Bed

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    Terrace

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    Bathroom

5000per night

Princess Room 4 Bed A/C with Terrace

Ambient and well designed. This room has two double beds with LCD tv, intercom, Wardrobe, dressing table and a connected terrace.

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    Princess Family Suite

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    Princess Family Suite

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    Dressing room

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    1 double 2 single bed

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    Passage to terrace

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    Terrace

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    Dressing area

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    Bathroom

7000per night

Princess Family Suite A/C 7 Bed with terrace

Ambient and well designed. This room has 2 double beds and 3 single beds, 1 dressing room, 2 dressing tables, with 2 air conditioners, 2 LCD tv, intercom and 2 Wardrobes and a connected terrace.

Room Type Room Tariff
01st June To 31th August-2015 
Double Bed (Standard) 1500
Double Bed (Deluxe) 1750
Double Bed (A/c. Executive) 2250
Triple Bed (Standard) 1900
Triple Bed (Deluxe) 2050
Triple Bed (A/c. Executive) 2750
Four Bed (Standard) 2500
Four Bed (A/c. Executive) 3200
Maharaja Suite (A/c. 4 persons) 4500
New Royal Suite (A/c. 4 persons) 5500
Eight Bed (A/c. Executive) 6000
Dormitory (19 Beds) 7500
Princess Room ( A/C 3 Bed with terrace) 3500
Princess Room ( A/C 4 Bed with terrace) 5000
Princes Family Suite ( A/C 7 Bed with terrace) 7000
Extra Mattress 350

Activities


About Shirdi

Shirdi is a small village in Kopargam taluk, in Ahmadnagar District of the Maharastra State.

Place to Visit

Sai Baba's Samadhi Mandir:
This is the place where Sacred Body of Baba is resting in Samadhi. The articles handled by Baba are preserved & displayed here in a special showroom. All rituals consisting of Pooja. Abhishek & daily four Aratis are performed here. The Samadhi Mandir of Shri Sai Baba was actually owned by a millionaire from Nagpur and a famous Sai devotee Shreemant Gopalrao, also known as 'Butti Wada'. He wanted to keep an idol of Murlidhar there. However, according to the legends, Sai Baba manifested himself as Murlidhar and the temple became the Samadhi Mandir of Baba. The Samadhi of Baba is built with white marble stones. The railings around it are full of ornamental decorations. The idol of Baba is a marvelous statue made up of Italian marble built by Late Balaji Vasant in 1954. The temple has an assembly hall for about 600 devotees. The first floor of the temple has the pictures depicting the life of the saint. The temple opens on 5 AM with morning prayers and close down at 10 PM with night prayers.The daily routine of the temple starts at 5 o'clock in the morning with Bhoopali, a morning song, and closes at 10 o'clock in the night after the Shejarati is sung. Only on three occasions the temple is kept open overnight i.e. on Gurupoornima, Dassera, and Ramnavmi. Every Thursday and on each festival, a Palakhi with Baba's photo is taken out from the temple.
Dwarkamai
Shri Sai Baba came to Shridhi with a marriage procession. He stayed at Dwarkamai till the very end of his life. Dwarkamai is situated on the right of the entrance of Samadhi Mandir. Here he solved problems of the people, cured their sickness and worries. Before Baba's arrival in Shridhi, Dwarkamai was an old mosque in a dilapidated condition. Baba turned it into Dwarkamai and proved that God is one. The first level of Dwarkamai has a portrait of Baba and a big stone on which Baba used to sit. This level has two rooms. One contains the chariot and the second a palkhi. Just in front of the room where the chariot is kept is a small temple. A saffron flag flies over it. The second level of Dwarkamai has a square stool made of stone, which Baba used for taking a bath. The main attraction of this place is the oil painting of Shri Sai Baba sitting in a carved wooden shrine. This level also has the grinding stone and the wooden vessel called Kolamba in which Baba used to keep the Bhiksha brought from the village. Chawdi Mandir: On every alternate day Baba used to proceed in procession from Dwarkamai to this place at night & halt & sleep here. Now also on every Thursday Palanquin procession of Baba's Photo. Holy Padukas & Satka is taken to this place between 9.15 p.m. & 10.00 p.m. The Chavadi is divided into two parts. One part of the Chavadi has a large portrait of Baba along with a wooden bed and a white chair belonging to him.
Gurusthan
Sai Baba first came to Shirdi in the form of Bal Yogi - a child ascetic. He was first spotted seated under a Neem tree. This place came to be known as Gurusthan. The Gurusthan was renovated on 30th September, 1941. After this the present temple was built. There is a small shrine in Gurusthan. On a elevated platform of this shrine a big portrait of Baba is placed. On the side is a marble statue of Baba. In front of the portrait is a Shivling and the Nandi. Photos of twelve Jyotirlingas are also kept in the temple. The branches of the Neem tree have come out through the roof of the temple. At a short distance lies Baba's CHAVADI. Baba used to sleep here every alternate day. The Chavadi is divided into two parts. One part of the Chavadi has a large portrait of Baba along with a wooden bed and a white chair belonging to him. There is a cottage of Abdul Baba, an ardent devotee of Shri Sai Baba, in front of the Chavadi. The Lendi Baug was looked after by Abdul Baba. There are photos and various things which were handled by Sai Baba and Abdul Baba in the cottage. There is a Maruti Mandir located at some distance from the cottage of Abdul Baba. This mandir was visited by Baba for the sat-sang with Devidas, a Balyogi, who lived at the Mandir ten to twelve years before Baba arrived. There are also temples of village deities like Shani, Ganpati, and Shankar to be visited.
Lendi Baug
At some distance from Gurusthan there is the Lendi Baug. This Baug was made and watered daily by Baba himself. It got its name from a Nalla (a drain) which used to previously flow there. Baba used to come here every morning and afternoon and rest under a Neem tree. Baba dug a pit, 2 feet deep, under the Neem tree and kept a Deep(earthen lamp) lit in that pit. One octangular Deepgriha called Nanda Deep has been built in marble stone in memory of this place. It constantly burns in a glass box. On one side of the Deepgriha is a Peepal tree and on the other side is a Neem tree. Some distance away is a Datta Mandir below an Audumbar tree. In the Mandir there is a statue of Datta built in marble stone. The statue of Datta was installed on 6th December, 1976. Just behind the Datta Mandir is a Samadhi of the horse, Shyamsundar which belonged to Baba and which used to bow to him. Lendi Baug also has a well which was dug by Baba and his devotees. At the entrance of the Baug are the Samadhi's of ardent Sai devotees Tatya Kote Patil, Bhau Maharaj Kumbhar, Nanavalli and Abdul Baba.
Khandoba Mandir
This temple is situated on the main road. In front of this temple Baba was welcomed by Poojari Mhalsapati, of this temple, who said "Aao Sai", when Baba stepped in Shridi. In this temple there are icons of Khandoba, Banai and Mhalsai. The three temples in Shirdi temple complex (Lord Ganesh Temple Shirdi, Shani Temple Shirdi and Shiva Temple Shirdi) very near to Samadhi Temple. Sai Baba often gave money for repairs of these temples. Khandoba Temple Shirdi Mahalaxmi Temple Shirdi Hanuman Temple Shirdi (on the way left from Dwarkamai to Chavdi) Narshima Temple Shirdi Jain Temple Shirdi The five Samadhis in Shirdi (Abdul Baba, Tatya Kote Patil, Nanavali, Bhau Maharaj Kumbhar, V. P. Iyer). Shirdi temple complex which is the main attraction of Shirdi covers an area of about 200 sq. m. The temple complex includes Khandoba, Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai, Chavadi and Lendi Baug. Maruti Temple and Shani Temple, constructed under the supervision of Shirdi Sai Baba, are the other places of attraction in Shirdi.

MIRACLES OF SAI BABA

Lighting lamps with water
Long before Sai Baba's fame spread, he was fond of burning lights in his Masjid and other Temples. But for the oil needed in those little earthenware lights that he lit, he depended on the generosity of the grocers of Shirdi. He had made it a rule to light earthenware lamps in the masjid every evening and he would call on the grocers for small donations. But there came a time when the grocers got tired of giving oil free to Sai Baba and one day they bluntly refused to oblige him, saying they had no fresh stocks. Without a word of protest Sai Baba returned to the masjid. Into those earthenware lamps he poured water and lighted the wicks. The lamps continued to burn deep into the midnight. The matter came to the notice of the grocers who now came to Sai Baba with profuse apologies. Wouldn't Sai Baba kindly pardon them? Sai Baba pardoned them, but he warned them never to lie again. "You could have refused to give me the oil, but did you have to say that you didn't have fresh stocks?" he admonished them. But he had made his point.
Premonition of burning fields
Once, harvesting in Shirdi had been completed and the foodgrains of the entire village had been stored in a yard. The summer was on. The heat was intense as only those who have lived in Shirdi know. One afternoon Sai Baba summoned Kondaji Sutar and said to him: "Go, your field is on flrel" Frightened, Kondaji ran to his field and. frantically looked around for any sign of fire. There wasn't any. He returned to the masjid and informed Sai Baba that he had looked everywhere but had found no trace of fire and why did Baba have to frighten him? Unfazed, Baba said : "You better turn back and look again." Baba was right after all. Kondaji noticed that a sheaf of corn was indeed on fire and smoke was billowing from it. A strong wind was fanning the fire and word had gone round to the villagers who now came running to the scene. "Sai Baba," the people shouted "help us, help us put the fire out!" Thereupon, Sai Baba walked casually towards the yard, sprinkled some water on a stack of sheaves and said: " There now! The fire will die down!" And so it happened.
Stopping the rain
There is the story of one Rao Bahadur Moreshwar Fradhan who had come to Shirdi to take Sai Baba's darshan along with his wife. As the couple were about to leave, it began to rain heavily. Thunder and lightning rent the air. As the Pradhan couple looked round in dismay, Sai Baba prayed. "Oh Allah!" he intoned, "let the rains cease. My children are going home. Let them go peacefully!" The storm thereupon ceased, the downpour reduced to slight drizzle and the Pradhans were able to reach their destination safely.
Flow of Godavari (river) from Baba's feet
These were instances of things they had seen with their own eyes. It was not secondhand information they had gathered. Sai Baba was to them as real as their homes and their fields and their cattle and the distant hills.Das Ganu once had an unforgettable experience. On a festive occasion, he sought Baba's permission to go to a place called Singba on the banks of the Godavari to have a bath in the holy waters. "No," Baba replied resolutely, "where is the need to go all the way when the Godavari is here right at my feet?" Das Ganu was vexed. He was willing to concede that Ganga the holy river (Baba frequently referred to Godavari as Ganga) rose from the feet of Sri Narayana (one among the Hindu trinity of Gods) himself, but his faith was not deep enough to believe that the waters of the Godavari could spring form the feet of his master, Sri Sai. Baba who was reading Das Ganu's mind decided that this was the time to strengthen Das Ganu's faith. He told his devotee: "come closer to me and hold the hollow of your palms at my feet!". As soon as he did so water flowed freely out of the toes of the master's feet and filled the hollow of Das Ganu's palms in no time. His joy knew no limits. He sprinkled the water on his head and his body and distributed some more among the assembled devotees as tirtha (holy water).
ELEVEN ASSURANCES OF SAI BABA
Whoever puts his feet on Shirdi soil, his sufferings would come to an end.
The wretched and miserable would rise into plenty of joy and happiness, as soon as they climb the steps of my Mosque.
I shall be ever active and vigorous even after leaving this earthly body.
My tomb shall bless and speak the needs of my devotees.
I shall be active and vigorous even from my tomb.
My mortal remains would speak from my tomb.
I am Ever living to help and guide all, who come to me, who surrender to me and who seek refuge in me.
If you look at me I look at you.
If you cast your burden on me, I shall surely bear it.
If you seek my advice and help, it shall be given to you at once.
There shall be no want in the house of my devotees.

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