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B-cube Hotel Holiday Honeymoon Package

B-cube Hotel Holiday Honeymoon Package
Mirjapar Highway, Bhuj, Bhuj, India

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B Cube Hotels & Resorts traces back its roots to the parent company Cube Construction Eng Ltd, based at Vadodara. The company has spread out its wings in many fields keeping its core area in construction and then stretched out to manufacturing, mines & minerals, chemicals, artifact studio and now stepped into hospitality industry. 

The Culture of Kutch is so prosperous, vibrant and authentic that will surely mesmerize you in every way, this is Kutch, weaved in its colourful dream. People in Kutch have different religious, different occupations and different beliefs, but they are one as Kutchis. Through their culture they remain together. Amongst the beauty of the hills amidst the city, the hotel is situated to have the green view and the lush view. Furthermore, a more catchy area to have your food in gazebo- which are freestanding or attached to a garden wall, roofed, and open on all sides; they provide shade, shelter, ornamental features in a landscape, and a place to rest.

 The letter B of B Cube Hotels & Resorts joins you to BHUJ, which connects you to a range of civilization with profusion of design, culture, music and dance which creates the spirit of the region. This star property with its brilliant and beautiful design makes you feel at home and creates the aroma of happiness, cheerfulness during your stay.

GMDC House,

Bhuj-Mirjapar Highway,

Bhuj,Kutch,Gujarat (INDIA)

Swaminarayan Temple
Lord Shree Swaminarayan was always attracted by the divine attributes of the devotees of Kutch. After his appointment as the spiritual leader of the whole Sampraday, He visited Kutch in the month of Maha Sud 7 Samvat 1860. He spent 30 years of His total lifespan in Gujarat and visited Kutch more than 20 times (His total time spent in Kutch was 7 years). As a result of His frequent visits, a series of inspirational devotees realised that He was none other than the Supreme Purshottam Narayan Himself.Such Bhaktos of Kutch included Ladhiba, Sundarji Suthaar, Gangaram Mall from Bhuj, Khaiyo Khatri of Mandvi, Sadaba of Kera, Adabhai, Mulji and Krishnaji all of Manukva, Karniba of Dhamadka, Saamat Sarvaiya of Rapar, Vaghasha of Bhachau and many more.

Just 22 kms south of Bhuj on the road to Mandra, Kera houses the ruins of a Shiva Temple that dates to the era of the Solanki rulers. Only part of the temple remains, as much was destroyed in the 1819 earthquake, but the inner sanctum is still there, as well as half of the main spire. The Fort of Kapilkot, also in a rather rundown state, is next to the temple.
Heritage Monuments & Structures
Aina Mahal
The Aina Mahal palace, or “Hall of Mirrors” was built during the flamboyant rule of Lakhpatji in the middle of the 18th century. Master craftsman Ramsinh Malam, who trained as an artisan for 17 years in Europe, felt unappreciated by lesser rulers in the area, so he went to the royal court at Bhuj and appealed to the king for work, who commissioned this palace. Malam designed it in a mixed Indo-European style and set about creating the materials for the palace locally. He established a glass factory at Mandvi, forged cannons in an iron foundry and manufactured china tiles in a factory in Bhuj. It seems Gandhiji's ideal of swadeshi had an early proponent in Ramsinh Malam. He personally crafted the fountains, mirrors and glasswork, as well as many other wonders of artisanship—a pendulum clock in sync with the Hindu calendar, doors inlaid with gold and ivory... come visit to find out the rest. 

Prag Mahal
Next door to the Aina Mahal, in the same walled compound, is the giant Prag Mahal, which may at first seem slightly out of place at the far western edge of India, looking more appropriate in France. But then again, globalization is not a new phenomenon. This is a palace commissioned by King Pragmalji in the 1860s, designed by Colonel Henry Saint Wilkins in the Italian Gothic style and built in the middle of Bhuj next to the Aina Mahal. While little about it may seem Indian, there are elements; see if you can find them. In the courtyard behind the palace, there is a small Hindu temple with very nicely carved stonework; the caretaker is sometimes available for more information.
Ramkund Stepwell
Across from the Kutch Museum and behind the Ram Dhun Temple, the Ramkund well is a square stepwell, 56 feet on a side, with sculptures portraying characters from the Ramayana, such as Lord Ram, Devi Sita, Lakshman and Lord Hanuman, as well as the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu along the walls. On your walk down to the water you experience a sudden calm and coolness not to be found on the road above and in the quiet, you can pause for a while to reflect on your experiences. The Ram Dhun Temple, just in front of the well, is also worth a quick visit.
Sharad Baug Palace
The king's residence right up to 1991 when the last king of Kutch, Madansingh died, the palace is now a museum. With beautiful gardens of many flowering and medicinal plants, the palace grounds houses many migrating birds as they stop for a rest on their way
Forests & Natural Ecosystems
For those heading northwards, Khavda, 66 kms along the principal road going north of Bhuj, is a major stop and the last place to get bottled water and fruits before heading to other destinations. The center of town also has Kutchi food available.

The town has excellent potters and leather craftsmen (indicating a heavy Muslim presence, as Hindus do not use leather), and ajrakh blockprinting at khatrivas. The KMVS office in Khavda sells embroidered handmade dolls and other textile products and is run by local women. The Khavda area has a well-blended population of Meghwals (Hindus) and Muslims hailing from Sindh, leading to interesting combinations of work styles and social traditions. You will find Hindus, more likely to be woodcarvers, for example, and Muslims more likely to do leatherwork, working side by side in the same village.

The Black Hills (Kalo Dungar)
25 kms north of Khavda, the top of the Black Hills is the highest point in Kutch, at 462 m. From here, the entire northern horizon vanishes into the Great Rann, the desert and sky often becoming indistinguishable. It is one of the few non-coastal locations where you feel like you are at the edge of the earth, on the brink of incomprehensible vastness that fades off towards infinity. Looking out from the Black Hills, you can understand the tremendous effort that those who undertake the crossing of the Great Rann have to make. Since this is one of the places where a civilian can get closest to the Pakistan border, there is an Army post at the top; beyond here, only military personnel are allowed. The hill is also the site of a 400-year-old temple to Dattatreya, the three-headed incarnation of Lord Brahma

Chhari Dhand
This Chhari Dhandh is situated near Fulay Village in Nakhtranan Taluka, which is around 80 kms North-West of Bhuj and 30 kms from Nakhatran.Chhari means salt affected and Dhandh means Shallow wet-lands. This places is a paradise for bird watchers and omithologists, having around 370 bird species and is particularly rich in raports, water fly, waders and larks. This is a thriving region to come up as an eco-tourism centre in Kutch.

Museums & Learning Spaces
Kutch Museum
The oldest museum in Gujarat, founded in 1877 by Maharao Khengarji, it has the largest existing collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions, dating to the 1st century AD, as well as examples of the extinct Kutchi script (now the language is mostly written in the Gujarati alphabets) and an interesting collection of coins (including the kori, Kutch's local currency.) A section of the museum is devoted to tribal cultures, with many examples of ancient artifacts, folk arts and crafts and information about tribal peoples. The museum also has exhibits of embroidery, paintings, arms, musical instruments, sculpture and precious metalwork.

Bharatiya Sanskriti

A Kutchi cultural center, located further south along College Road (which leads away from the lake past Alfred High School, the Ramkund stepwell and the Swaminarayan temple), the B.S.D. contains an excellent collection of Kutchi folk art and crafts, especially from the more remote regions of the district, collected by a forest service official as he traveled around doing government work. There are also exhibits of rural architecture, paintings, textile arts and archaeological specimens.
Just 22 kms south of Bhuj on the road to Mandra, Kera houses the ruins of a Shiva Temple that dates to the era of the Solanki rulers. Only part of the temple remains, as much was destroyed in the 1819 earthquake, but the inner sanctum is still there, as well as half of the main spire. The Fort of Kapilkot, also in a rather rundown state, is next to the temple.
Archaeological & Architectures
Royal Chhatardis

About a 20-minute walk southwest of Hamirsar lake, through open areas that no longer seem like you're in the city, are the royal cenotaphs (memorials to those not actually buried there and, in this case, not buried at all but cremated). Many of the monuments are in ruins due to earthquakes, but those of Lakhpatji, Raydhanji II and Desarji are still quite intact. The site is very quiet, out in the middle of a field, not surrounded by buildings, and is very peaceful in morning or evening, though in the middle of the day it can be quite hot under bright sun.
Gardens & Lakes
Hamirsar Lake

An excellent place to cool off on a hot afternoon, Hamirsar Lake is where people go to swim, or sit under a tree and enjoy the water, as well as where many women do their laundry. Walking along the lake's edge is a great way to get from one place to another, with the Aina Mahal and Praga Mahal, the Kutch Museum, the Ramkund Stepwell and Ram Dhun Temple, the Swaminarayan Temple and the Alfred High School all located very close to the eastern side of the lake; a walk from the Aina Mahal to the Swaminarayan Temple (passing all the other sites mentioned) takes about half an hour. Further around the other side of the lake is the Sharad Baug palace, and the road to the royal chhatardis.

Mandvi Beach is one of the finest deluxe camps situated along the 1666km long Gujarat coastline. 

One of India’s best-kept secrets, the deluxe camp at Mandvi Beach is part of the private beach estate of the Maharaos (rulers of Kutch) which is completely safe, secured from outside visitors and privately-owned. While the sun-kissed sands and warm tropical waters make Mandvi Beach a great holiday destination, Mandvi’s Palace is one of the grandest in Gujarat state and has a museum of princely heirlooms. The palace estate has been the location for filming many Bollywood Blockbusters.

Vijay Vilas Palace
Built in 1929 by Rao Vijayrajji, this palace is very well-maintained, and often the scene of filming for Bollywood productions. It was built of red sandstone in the Rajput style, with a main central dome, Bengal domes at the sides, bastions at the corner, and colored glass windows. The balcony at the top affords a superb view of the surrounding area, and the king's tomb can also be seen.
Shipbuilding Yard
On the banks of the Rukmavati River, just south of the bridge, you can visit the still-active shipbuilding yard. Craftsmen still assemble ships out of wood, for local or international clients, and you can feel free to watch them work. If you have never seen handmade boats being built, it will make you truly appreciate craftsmanship--the process is long and elaborate and shoddy workmanship means risking sailors' lives. Boards must be painstakingly crafted, planed and fitted by hand, for a watertight fit along the long curves of the hull line. You will likely encounter legions of craftsmen working hard amidst giant piles of sawdust. Also, because of the shipbuilding industry, there is a heavy timber trade in Mandvi.

Koday is one of the Village in Mandvi Taluk in Kachchh District in Gujarat State . Koday is located 9.1 km distance from its Taluk Main Town Mandvi . Koday is 104.3 km far from its District Main City Kachchh . It is 337 km far from its State Main City Gandhinagar .
Navjivan Nature Cure Centre
This healing centre, based on naturopathic remedies and M.K. Gandhi's ideas of “nature cure”, offers treatment for a wide variety of conditions, using everything from ayurvedic and herbal remedies to panchakarma, acupuncture, meditation, prayer, and yoga asanas.. On the Bhuj-Mandvi road near Punadi Patiya village, the centre also maintains 40 hectares of organic farmland on which they grow fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants.
The Port of Mundra is India’s biggest private port. Located in the Kutch district of the state of Gujarat, Mundra lies on the north shores of the Gulf of Kutch about 50 kilometers south of Anjar and 44 kilometers east the Port of Mandvi. About 60 thousand people, most of them migrants, live in the Port of Mundra.The Port of Mundra is not only a private port, but it is also a special economic zone. Incorporated in 1998 as Gujarat Adani Port Limited (GAPL), the company began operating in 2001. The Mundra Special Economic Zone was incorporated in 2003 and was merged with GAPL in 2006.

Perhaps one of the most under-appreciated sites of great significance for India's religious history is Bhadreshwar, barely a kilometer from the coast, 69 km east of Mandvi, past Mundra, and 75 km south of Bhuj. The Jain religion, like other religions of Indian origin, places considerable importance on the act of pilgrimage and Bhadreshwar is one of the major centers of Jain pilgrimage in Gujarat. Unreliable reports claim the city was founded in 516 BC, and oral accounts state that the first temple was built “2500 years ago, about 45 years after the death of Lord Mahavir,” but there is no evidence to either support or debunk that claim. 

Pingleshwar Beach
Road Distance or driving distance from Bhuj to Pingleshwar Beach is 98 kms (61.00 miles). For customizing your travel journey you might consider adding some stop over points or adding some night stops
Also injoy with Polo ground and out side chees play.

Rooms :
43number of well decorated and tastefully furnished rooms to match international standard of hospitality.
24 Hrs Room Service
Electronic Keys
Phone in Bathroom
Self Tea maker in each room
Plush room slippers & bath kit
  Reception :
Being the Best
Better than the Rest
But always ready to give you better
All major credit cards Accepted

  Conference/Banquet :
Adequate for up to 50 persons. We endeavor to give you comfort and cuisine that will make you come back mare often.
A/C conference Hall with all nasesary arrangement
  Party Plot :
Lush green lawn and landscape fit for the royal. Space enough to host weddings and parties of up to 5000 persons.

  Restaurant :

Mouth watering multi cuisine delicious served to satisfy your plates and tickle your taste ends. 60 cover 11 am to 3 pm and 7 pm to 11 pm. wholesome food and whole hearted services.
Multi –cuisine Restaurant
24 Hour Coffee Shop
  Gazebo Restaurant :
The experience of outdoor eating while experiences the desert’s natural beauty and whether. 150 cover for the gastronomical delights served by our team of “WE CAN” staff.

 Our Property Provides :
24 Hour Coffee Shop
Internate Conectivity
Loundry Service
Doctor on call

Suite Room
Bedding type is 1 king size bed.
Number of person in the room is 2 adults + 2 children OR 3 adults + 1 children, with additional 1 extra bed.
Single stay                         Double Stay                                    Extra Person  
Rs. 5000             Rs. 6500                                Rs. 1000
Government Taxes are extra

Deluxe Room

Bedding type is 1 king size bed.
Number of person in the room is 2 adults.
Single stay     Double Stay                 Extra Person  
Rs. 4000            Rs. 5000                                 Rs. 500
Government Taxes are extra
Check-out Time: 9 AM (Buffet Breakfast is indeed)

Executive Room
Bedding type is twins beds.
These executive style suites feature hardwood floors and custom features that are ideal for VIPs, business gatherings, or families looking for extra vacation space. Relax in the parlor of this beautiful San Francisco suite.

Single stay                   Double Stay                           Extra Person  

Rs. 2800                               Rs. 4000                   Rs. 500
Government Taxes are extra
Check-out Time:  9 AM (Buffet Breakfast is indeed)

Check-out Time: 9 AM (Buffet Breakfast is indeed)

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