Apr 18, 2019 - Apr 19, 2019
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Where to Stay in Hyderabad
As a major high-tech industry city, Hyderabad has a wide selection of hotels from which to explore many of the city’s historic sights. For example, Golconda Fort (around 11km – 7 miles – from the center of town) and a 16th-century mosque known as the Charminar, which is an old city landmark near the Laad Bazaar.
Getting around the city – India’s fourth largest in terms of population – is straightforward with train, motorcycle, taxis, bus and rickshaw options all available but traffic can be a problem.
City Center Hotels
A luxury accommodation choice, the hotel is set in a restored palace and features rooms with Colonial-era furnishings and modern appliances. The hotel also provides a complimentary breakfast in its open-air bungalow, a spa and fitness facilities located just 4km (2 miles) from the historic Charminar mosque and 2km (1 mile) from the nearest train station.
A mid-price range option, this is a modern business hotel within walking distance of the Marriott Convention Centre. Located less than 2km from the nearest train station, the hotel features modern rooms and suites and offers complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails, an outdoor pool and gym/sauna facilities.
At the lower end of the price scale, the hotel is in a good location with the Salar Jung Museum art collections (3.1km) and the Charminar Mosque (3.9km) within easy travelling distance. As well as comfortable rooms, guests can avail of complimentary breakfast, a vegetarian restaurant and free Wi-fi.
Hyderabad Airport Hotels
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is around 35km (22 miles) from the city center and has several hotel options for those who want to base themselves at the airport and simply dip in and out of the city.
Located just 2.6km (1.5 miles) from the airport and 15km (9 miles) from Falaknuma Palace, this contemporary mid-priced hotel has an outdoor pool, spa, exercise room and two restaurants.
Located some 7km (4 miles) from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, this Colonial-style budget hotel is close to the railway station and provides tidy rooms with free Wi-Fi and a restaurant.
Located in the Airport Zone, the budget-priced Deccan Park hotel offers 24-hour check-in, air conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi.
Check out all the hotel options for Hyderabad - from budget to luxury, there is something for everyone.
It's very good and you can see historical places like charminar, Golconda, budha statue, Dham biryani is very famous in charminar.
With the adventures of Mowgli in India’s jungle being adapted for the big screen next year, the introduction of a luxury cruise ship along the Ganges, and new hotel openings in offbeat locations, India remains a firm focus for 2015. Hyderabad, the ‘City of Pearls’ and capital of Andhra Pradesh, bathes in a rich royal history of opulence and elegance. The legacy remains today in the Old City, where enchanting bazaars, ornate mosques and private art museums vie for attention. The new Hyderabad is an eccentric collusion of old and new. The Gujarat remains the wild heart of India. Off the popular tourist trails, the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi is surrounded by rural tribal villages, traditional textiles, unimpeded wildlife parks and sacred mountaintop temples. Witness here the daily beauty of rural India. Time your trip to one of the vibrant religious festivals for sheer Indian immersion. Luxury abounds at Taj Falaknuma Palace hotel, one of the finest palaces in Hyderabad. With ballroom, balustrades, candelabras and jade collection, a stay here is fit for royalty.
Local popular Frankie place - original Bombay - next to Lifestyle Begumpet! Love the variety of Frankie including popular paneer! Don't forget to try mango lassi..yumm!
Part hyper-modern IT metropolis, and part medieval city, Hyderabad has some of the nicest people in India, and less of the hassle found in the subcontinent's bigger tourist sites. Excellent food (biryani & haleem, mmmm!) and lovely ruins at the medieval Golconda fort and the Tombs of the Qutb Shahi Kings, the city gets fewer visitors that its sights, food, bazaars, and people actually merit.