Hotel Gaj is a decent budget hotel located near the main city in Port Blair.
The rooms are fairly spacious and clean with a homely feeling and comfortable beds and other furniture that helps you relax after a long trip.
The hotel has amazing Ambiance complimented by the amazing staff and 24 hours room service.
Although there are no good restaurants near the hotel, it has its own restaurant which serves great Indian and continental dishes for a great meal. This very rare among budget hotels in Andaman. With a fair amount of dishes and an amazing cook, the restaurant would be one of the most prominent reason to stay here.
Price wise, the room you’ll get at Gaj in this range is simply unbeatable, especially considering the location of the hotel.
The rooms are clean cut and designed for a decent stay with comfortable beds and chairs, nothing more or less.
The hotel is located almost 3 Km from various famous attractions in Port Blair, including Cellular Jail and Water Sports Complex.
The hotel is also fairly close to the jetty, making interisland travel to Havelock Island, Neil, and Ross & North easy and hassle-free.
The hotel is also located in under 5 KM radius of the airport which helps you get there faster and without much roundups.
Although the hotel is rated 2 stars and doesn’t give out the feeling of luxury and great in-house feeling, it’s one of the best places to stay in Port Blair if you are visiting here on a budget and surely counters most of the 3star hotels in Port Blair.
Overall, a great place to stay for people who'd like a decent place to stay in under budget.
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