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Where to stay in Ahmedabad
The Indian city of Ahmedabad on the banks of the River Sabarmati is a city steeped with tradition thanks to centuries of developing dynasties and traditions.
An exciting combination of traditions and modernism, Ahmedabad is a welcoming melting pot and the center of Gujarati cultural activities and diverse traditions of different ethnic and religious communities.
Ahmedabad is also a city that can provide a diverse shopping experience. Famous for its textiles, embroidered fabrics and block prints, it is also well known for woven fabrics, tie-die and Zari work.
Among the many shopping areas worth visiting include Manek Chowk, the second biggest market in India, which exists as a vegetable market in the morning, a bullion market in the afternoon and a street food market at night. Lal Darwaza and the Kapasi Handicraft Emporium are also two markets offering a variety of local items.
Regular bus services get residents and visitors around the city, while the BRTS buses that operate in central lanes offer a quicker and more efficient way of moving around.
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Hotels in Ahmedabad
Visitors looking to discover the city’s cultural, historical and natural sites can choose to stay in any of a variety of hotels ranging from cheap, budget lodges to the most luxurious hotels managed by the world’s biggest hotel brands. There are also a variety of budget hotels located close to the attractions in and around Ahmedabad.
A 4.5-star hotel, the Hyatt Regency is close to Ghandi Ashram and Manek Chowk and ideally located for those looking to discover the Sardar Patel Stadium and the Hathi Singh Temple. Guests at this high-end hotel can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, spa facilities, a 24-hour health club and an outdoor pool.
The Lemon Tree Premier The Atrium is close to the Jama Masjid Mosque, the Swaminarayan Temple and Hathi Singh Temple. A less expensive option, the hotel still boasts an impressive portfolio of benefits including an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center and complimentary wireless Internet access.
This budget choice hotel is in the heart of Ahmedabad and close to Manek Chowk and Jama Masjid Mosque. As well as complimentary Wi-Fi, guests can enjoy recreational facilities, a spa and 24-hour room service.
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Located on the banks of the Sabarmati river, Ahmedabad or Amdavad as it’s colloquially called, is the 7th largest Urban area in India with a population of over 6 million. It’s the only city in India which has been accorded the status of UNESCO World Heritage city (for the old city area). Ahmedabad is a perfect blend of beautiful architecture and town planning of the heritage city, as well as the energy and business friendly face of its modern counterpart. Ahmedabad never ceases to amaze you with its delectable variety of street food, sumptuous Gujarati thali places, warmth of the people and the overall rustic charm that it retains even in a rapidly changing cityscape.
big city with a lot of trafic, not much to see but there is the ashram of Ghandi woth to visit, a very good day to be in Ahmedabad is the evening of the 12th of december, there is a big festival (mohameds birthday) lots of trucks and thousands of happy and friendly people loud music you are realy welcome there it is fascinating 5 stars for the festival.
Very nice place and city to live in for India. Local food specially Gujarati very nice cuisine specially Vishala.