Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India Accommodations

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The Spaceluxury resort in Orchha consists of 12 Deluxe Airconditioned tent of which are river facing and have Sit Out Verandahs from where the guests can enjoy the view of the flowing waters of the beautiful Betwa river. The luxury resort offers the fine blend of luxury and comfort. The Guest Rooms are large (12by 12 Ft) with attached bathrooms and 24 hrs hot/ cold running water and is one of the only heritage style resort offer such a facility. All rooms have an air conditioner and phone facility. Mini Fridge in each room can be lit in the winter months between November and February. The Bathrooms are large (8 Ft by 10 Ft) and have a Bidet in them. we are also providing room heater for the winter time all tent got tiled florring and sitting area facing to river betwa Guest AccessFrom Agra/Delhi/Gwalior: Take a train to Jhansi station, and then you have two options. The easier but more expensive option is you can hire a car or auto-rickshaw to Orchha which is 15KM away. By auto-rickshaw, it takes about 40 minutes; by car, 20 minutes. The listed price at the pre-paid taxi stand was 200 rupees, however, you'll have to negotiate the price with the driver that you take. A cheaper way is to pile into one of the auto-rickshaws outside the train station which serve as a bus shuttle-- see if it's going to the bus station, which should only cost 10 rupees this way. From the bus station there are other shuttle auto-rickshaws that head to Orchha for 20 rupees per person, though you might have to wait a few minutes till it leaves; they only go when full. You can reach Orchha while returning to Jhansi from Khajuraho, as a detour. While coming to Jhansi from Khajuraho, when you reach on the outskirts of Jhansi city, take left on the Orchha Tigaila(triangle). That road will lead to Orchha. There is a small railway station at Orchha in which only very few trains stop. Jhansi - Khajuraho Passenger(229A) has stoppage at Orchha. Khajuraho - Jhansi passenger (230A) reaches Orchha by 4:45Pm. Orchha railway station is 5Kms away from Orchha town and is about an hours brisk wait. Go North and out of town and continue straight until you cross the train track and its right on the left. Hire a rickshaw and pay Rs. 50 max to get to Orchha train station. Interaction with GuestsDIrect interaction with all our guest , our own residence manager there always there to help our guest The NeighborhoodFort Complex: The fort complex is a great place to visit; hit this first to obtain an all-day ticket good for all the sights in Orchha. Divided into 3 parts, it consists of Raj Mahal: Situated to the right of the quadrangle, this palace was built in the 17th century by Madhukar Shah, the deeply religious predecessor of Bir Singh Ju Deo. The plain exteriors, crowned by chhatris, give way to interiors with exquisite murals, boldly colourful on a variety of religious themes. Get a good guide inside here to take you all over the complex, including locked rooms, for a tip. Jehangir Mahal: Built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha. Its strong lines are counterbalanced by delicate chhatris and trellis work, the whole conveying an effect of extraordinary richness. Rai Parveen Mahal: Poetess and musician, Rai Parveen was the beautiful paramour of Raja Indramani (1672- 76) and was sent to Delhi on the orders of the Emperor Akbar, who was captivated by her. She so impressed the Great Mughal with the purity of her love for Indramani that he sent her back to Orchha. Ram Raja temple (closed during the afternoon): This is the center around which the life of Orchha revolves. The presiding Deity here is Lord Ram. The idols were meant to be installed in the magnificent Chaturbhuj temple, but when the idols, once kept on the ground(where they are today), refused to move. So a makeshift temple was built around it and is known as Ram Raja temple. It has an excellent courtyard, tiled with marble and the temple in pink and yellow colors, gives a bright look. No cameras or bags allowed inside. Chaturbhuj Temple: Built upon a massive stone platform and reached by a steep flight of steps, the temple was specially constructed to enshrine the image of Rama that remained in the Ram Raja Temple. Lotus emblems and other symbols of religious significance provide the delicate exterior ornamentation. Within, the sanctum is chastely plain with high, vaulted walls emphasizing its deep sanctity. Find the hidden stairs to the roof for a view of the entire area. The young keyholder will unlock the door to the hidden stairs and take you up for some money and show you around which he supposed to do for free. Laxminarayan Temple: A flagstone path links this temple with the Ram Raja Temple. The style is an interesting synthesis of fort and temple moulds. The interiors contain the most exquisite of Orchha's wall paintings. Covering the walls and ceiling of three halls, these murals are vibrant compositions and cover a variety of spiritual and secular subjects. They are in excellent state of preservation, with the colours retaining their vivid quality. Phool Bagh: Laid out as a formal garden, this complex testifies to the refined aesthetic qualities of the Bundelas. A central row of fountains culminates in an eight pillared palace-pavilion. A subterranean structure below was the cool summer retreat of the Orchha kings. An ingenious system of water ventilation connects the underground palace with Chandan Katora, a bowl-like structure from whose fountains droplets of water filtered through to the roof, simulating rainfall. Sunder Mahal: This small palace, almost in ruins today is still a place of pilgrimage for Muslims. Dhurjban, son of Jhujhar, embraced Islam when he wed a Muslim girl at Delhi. He spent the latter part of his life in prayer and meditation and came to be revered as a saint. Cenotaphs: There are 14 Chhatris or Memorials to the rulers of Orchha, grouped along the Kanchan Ghat of the river Betwa on the south end of town. You can climb up to the roof for views of the river.
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It's 10 floor equipped with 2 modern lifts and apartment Is facing swimming pool and green meadows Comes with fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, microwave, hot plate induction and private 2 car parking
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The SpaceOrchha is a town in Madhya Pradesh near the banks of Betwa river. The medieval city of Orchha seems to have frozen in time, its palaces and temples still retaining their original grandeur. luxury Tented accommodation in Orchha consists of 12 Deluxe Airconditioned tent of which are river facing and have Sit Out Verandahs from where the guests can enjoy the view of the flowing waters of the beautiful Betwa river. The luxury resort offers the fine blend of luxury and comfort. The Guest Rooms are large (12by 12 Ft) with attached bathrooms and 24 hrs hot/ cold running water and is one of the only heritage style resort offer such a facility. All rooms have an air conditioner and phone facility.Mini Fridge in each room can be lit in the winter months between November and February. The Bathrooms are large (8 Ft by 10 Ft) and have a Bidet in them. we are also providing room heater for the winter time all tent got tiled flooring and sitting area facing to river Betwa Guest AccessFrom Agra/Delhi/Gwalior: Take a train to Jhansi station, and then you have two options. The easier but more expensive option is you can hire a car or auto-rickshaw to Orchha which is 15KM away. By auto-rickshaw, it takes about 40 minutes; by car, 20 minutes. The listed price at the pre-paid taxi stand was 200 rupees, however, you'll have to negotiate the price with the driver that you take. A cheaper way is to pile into one of the auto-rickshaws outside the train station which serve as a bus shuttle-- see if it's going to the bus station, which should only cost 10 rupees this way. From the bus station there are other shuttle auto-rickshaws that head to Orchha for 20 rupees per person, though you might have to wait a few minutes till it leaves; they only go when full. You can reach Orchha while returning to Jhansi from Khajuraho, as a detour. While coming to Jhansi from Khajuraho, when you reach on the outskirts of Jhansi city, take left on the Orchha Tigaila(triangle). That road will lead to Orchha. There is a small railway station at Orchha in which only very few trains stop. Jhansi - Khajuraho Passenger(229A) has stoppage at Orchha. Khajuraho - Jhansi passenger (230A) reaches Orchha by 4:45Pm. Orchha railway station is 5Kms away from Orchha town and is about an hours brisk wait. Go North and out of town and continue straight until you cross the train track and its right on the left. Hire a rickshaw and pay Rs. 50 max to get to Orchha train station. Interaction with GuestsDIrect interaction with all our guest , our own residence manager there always there to help our guest Getting AroundFort Complex: The fort complex is a great place to visit; hit this first to obtain an all-day ticket good for all the sights in Orchha. Divided into 3 parts, it consists of Raj Mahal: Situated to the right of the quadrangle, this palace was built in the 17th century by Madhukar Shah, the deeply religious predecessor of Bir Singh Ju Deo. The plain exteriors, crowned by chhatris, give way to interiors with exquisite murals, boldly colourful on a variety of religious themes. Get a good guide inside here to take you all over the complex, including locked rooms, for a tip. Jehangir Mahal: Built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha. Its strong lines are counterbalanced by delicate chhatris and trellis work, the whole conveying an effect of extraordinary richness. Rai Parveen Mahal: Poetess and musician, Rai Parveen was the beautiful paramour of Raja Indramani (1672- 76) and was sent to Delhi on the orders of the Emperor A kbar, who was captivated by her. She so impressed the Great Mughal with the purity of her love for Indramani that he sent her back to Orchha. Ram Raja temple (closed during the afternoon): This is the center around which the life of Orchha revolves. The presiding Deity here is Lord Ram. The idols were meant to be installed in the magnificent Chaturbhuj temple, but when the idols, once kept on the ground(where they are today), refused to move. So a makeshift temple was built around it and is known as Ram Raja temple. It has an excellent courtyard, tiled with marble and the temple in pink and yellow colors, gives a bright look. No cameras or bags allowed inside. Chaturbhuj Temple: Built upon a massive stone platform and reached by a steep flight of steps, the temple was specially constructed to enshrine the image of Rama that remained in the Ram Raja Temple. Lotus emblems and other symbols of religious significance provide the delicate exterior ornamentation. Within, the sanctum is chastely plain with high, vaulted walls emphasizing its deep sanctity. Find the hidden stairs to the roof for a view of the entire area. The young keyholder will unlock the door to the hidden stairs and take you up for some money and show you around which he supposed to do for free. Laxminarayan Temple: A flagstone path links this temple with the Ram Raja Temple. The style is an interesting synthesis of fort and temple moulds. The interiors contain the most exquisite of Orchha's wall paintings. Covering the walls and ceiling of three halls, these murals are vibrant compositions and cover a variety of spiritual and secular subjects. They are in excellent state of preservation, with the colours retaining their vivid quality. Phool Bagh: Laid out as a formal garden, this complex testifies to the refined aesthetic qualities of the Bundelas. A central row of fountains culminates in an eight pillared palace-pavilion. A subterranean structure below was the cool summer retreat of the Orchha kings. An ingenious system of water ventilation connects the underground palace with Chandan Katora, a bowl-like structure from whose fountains droplets of water filtered through to the roof, simulating rainfall. Sunder Mahal: This small palace, almost in ruins today is still a place of pilgrimage for Muslims. Dhurjban, son of Jhujhar, embraced Islam when he wed a Muslim girl at Delhi. He spent the latter part of his life in prayer and meditation and came to be revered as a saint. Cenotaphs: There are 14 Chhatris or Memorials to the rulers of Orchha, grouped along the Kanchan Ghat of the river Betwa on the south end of town. You can climb up to the roof for views of the river.
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3-star Hotel
Situated in Gwalior, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Captain Roop Singh Stadium and within 3 mi (5 km) of Jai Vilas Palace and Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed. Gwalior Fort is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) away.
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Excellent
1 review
1br b&b
  • Pets Allowed
The Space our hotel is at the top of the orchha. The visitor or the traveler can see all of the orchha from one site .ALL ORCHHA VIEW from the rooftop of the hotel. Orchha is a town in Madhya Pradesh near the banks of Betwa river. The medieval city of Orchha seems to have frozen in time, its palaces and temples still retaining their original grandeur. HOTEL SUNSET Orchha consists of 2 Deluxe room of which are facing to whole city and have Sit Out in rooftop from where the guests can enjoy the view of the whole city of the beautiful Ramraja temple. The Guest Rooms are large with attached bathrooms. And 24 hrs hot/ cold running water. The Bathrooms are large. Guest Access From Agra/Delhi/Gwalior/Bhopal/and many other cities: Take a train to Jhansi station, and then you have two options. The easier but more expensive option is you can hire a car or auto-rickshaw to Orchha which is 19KM away. By auto-rickshaw, it takes about 40 minutes; by car, 20 minutes. The listed price at the pre-paid taxi stand was 200 rupees, however, you'll have to negotiate the price with the driver that you take. A cheaper way is to pile into one of the auto-rickshaws outside the train station which serve as a bus shuttle-- see if it's going to the bus station, which should only cost 10 rupees this way. From the bus station there are other shuttle auto-rickshaws that head to Orchha for 20 rupees per person, though you might have to wait a few minutes till it leaves; they only go when full. You can reach Orchha while returning to Jhansi from Khajuraho, as a detour. While coming to Jhansi from Khajuraho, when you reach on the outskirts of Jhansi city, take left on the Orchha Tigaila(triangle). That road will lead to Orchha. There is a small railway station at Orchha in which only very few trains stop. Jhansi - Khajuraho Passenger(229A) has stoppage at Orchha. Khajuraho - Jhansi passenger (230A) reaches Orchha by 4:45Pm. Orchha railway station is 5Kms away from Orchha town and is about an hours brisk wait. Go North and out of town and continue straight until you cross the train track and its right on theleft. Hire a rickshaw and pay Rs. 50 max to get to Orchha train station. Interaction with Guests Direct interaction with all our guest , our own residence manager there always there to help our guest Getting Around Fort Complex: The fort complex is a great place to visit; hit this first to obtain an all-day ticket good for all the sights in Orchha. Divided into 3 parts, it consists of :- Raj Mahal: Situated to the right of the quadrangle, this palace was built in the 17th century by Madhukar Shah, the deeply religious predecessor of Bir Singh Ju Deo. The plain exteriors, crowned by chhatris, give way to interiors with exquisite murals, boldly colourful on a variety of religious themes. Get a good guide inside here to take you all over the complex, including locked rooms, for a tip. Jehangir Mahal: Built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha. Its strong lines are counterbalanced by delicate chhatris and trellis work, the whole conveying an effect of extraordinary richness. Rai Parveen Mahal: Poetess and musician, Rai Parveen was the beautiful paramour of Raja Indramani (1672- 76) and was sent to Delhi on the orders of the Emperor Akbar, who was captivated by her. She so impressed the Great Mughal with the purity of her love for Indramani that he sent her back to Orchha. Ram Raja temple (closed during the afternoon): This is the center around which the life of Orchha revolves. The presiding Deity here is Lord Ram. The idols were meant to be installed in the magnificent Chaturbhuj temple, but when the idols,once kept on the ground(where they are today), refused to move. So a makeshift temple was built around it and is known as Ram Raja temple. It has an excellent courtyard, tiled with marble and the temple in pink,yellow and orange colors, gives a bright look. No cameras or bags allowed inside. Chaturbhuj Temple: Built upon a massive stone platform and reached by a steep flight of steps, the temple was specially constructed to enshrine the image of Rama that remained in the Ram Raja Temple. Lotus emblems and other symbols of religious significance provide the delicate exterior ornamentation. Within, the sanctum is chastely plain with high, vaulted walls emphasizing its deep sanctity. Find the hidden stairs to the roof for a view of the entire area. The young keyholder will unlock the door to the hidden stairs and take you up for some money and show you around which he supposed to do for free. Laxminarayan Temple: A flagstone path links this temple with the Ram Raja Temple. The style is an interesting synthesis of fort and temple moulds. The interiors contain the most exquisite of Orchha's wall paintings. Covering the walls and ceiling of three halls, these murals are vibrant compositions and cover a variety of spiritual and secular subjects. They are
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Located in Gwalior, OYO Rooms City Centre Gwalior is connected to a shopping center, minutes from Captain Roop Singh Stadium, and close to Jai Vilas Palace. This hotel is within close proximity of Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed and Gwalior Fort. Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and slippers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and complimentary newspapers. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance. Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Guests may use a train station pick-up service for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
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The Spaceour hotel is at the top of the orchha. The visitor or the traveler can see all of the orchha from one site .ALL ORCHHA VIEW from the rooftop of the hotel. Orchha is a town in Madhya Pradesh near the banks of Betwa river. The medieval city of Orchha seems to have frozen in time, its palaces and temples still retaining their original grandeur. HOTEL SUNSET Orchha consists of 2 Deluxe room of which are facing to whole city and have Sit Out in rooftop from where the guests can enjoy the view of the whole city of the beautiful Ramraja temple. The Guest Rooms are large with attached bathrooms. And 24 hrs hot/ cold running water. The Bathrooms are large. Guest AccessFrom Agra/Delhi/Gwalior/Bhopal/and many other cities: Take a train to Jhansi station, and then you have two options. The easier but more expensive option is you can hire a car or auto-rickshaw to Orchha which is 19KM away. By auto-rickshaw, it takes about 40 minutes; by car, 20 minutes. The listed price at the pre-paid taxi stand was 200 rupees, however, you'll have to negotiate the price with the driver that you take. A cheaper way is to pile into one of the auto-rickshaws outside the train station which serve as a bus shuttle-- see if it's going to the bus station, which should only cost 10 rupees this way. From the bus station there are other shuttle auto-rickshaws that head to Orchha for 20 rupees per person, though you might have to wait a few minutes till it leaves; they only go when full. You can reach Orchha while returning to Jhansi from Khajuraho, as a detour. While coming to Jhansi from Khajuraho, when you reach on the outskirts of Jhansi city, take left on the Orchha Tigaila(triangle). That road will lead to Orchha. There is a small railway station at Orchha in which only very few trains stop. Jhansi - Khajuraho Passenger(229A) has stoppage at Orchha. Khajuraho - Jhansi passenger (230A) reaches Orchha by 4:45Pm. Orchha railway station is 5Kms away from Orchha town and is about an hours brisk wait. Go North and out of town and continue straight until you cross the train track and its right on theleft. Hire a rickshaw and pay Rs. 50 max to get to Orchha train station. Interaction with GuestsDirect interaction with all our guest , our own residence manager there always there to help our guest Getting AroundFort Complex: The fort complex is a great place to visit; hit this first to obtain an all-day ticket good for all the sights in Orchha. Divided into 3 parts, it consists of :- Raj Mahal: Situated to the right of the quadrangle, this palace was built in the 17th century by Madhukar Shah, the deeply religious predecessor of Bir Singh Ju Deo. The plain exteriors, crowned by chhatris, give way to interiors with exquisite murals, boldly colourful on a variety of religious themes. Get a good guide inside here to take you all over the complex, including locked rooms, for a tip. Jehangir Mahal: Built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha. Its strong lines are counterbalanced by delicate chhatris and trellis work, the whole conveying an effect of extraordinary richness. Rai Parveen Mahal: Poetess and musician, Rai Parveen was the beautiful paramour of Raja Indramani (1672- 76) and was sent to Delhi on the orders of the Emperor Akbar, who was captivated by her. She so impressed the Great Mughal with the purity of her love for Indramani that he sent her back to Orchha. Ram Raja temple (closed during the afternoon): This is the center around which the life of Orchha revolves. The presiding Deity here is Lord Ram. The idols were meant to be installed in the magnificent Chaturbhuj temple, but when the idols,once kept on the ground(where they are today), refused to move. So a makeshift temple was built around it and is known as Ram Raja temple. It has an excellent courtyard, tiled with marble and the temple in pink,yellow and orange colors, gives a bright look. No cameras or bags allowed inside. Chaturbhuj Temple: Built upon a massive stone platform and reached by a steep flight of steps, the temple was specially constructed to enshrine the image of Rama that remained in the Ram Raja Temple. Lotus emblems and other symbols of religious significance provide the delicate exterior ornamentation. Within, the sanctum is chastely plain with high, vaulted walls emphasizing its deep sanctity. Find the hidden stairs to the roof for a view of the entire area. The young keyholder will unlock the door to the hidden stairs and take you up for some money and show you around which he supposed to do for free. Laxminarayan Temple: A flagstone path links this temple with the Ram Raja Temple. The style is an interesting synthesis of fort and temple moulds. The interiors contain the most exquisite of Orchha's wall paintings. Covering the walls and ceiling of three halls, these murals are vibrant compositions and cover a variety of spiritual and secular subjects. They are in excellent state of preservation, with the colours retaining their vivid quality.You can climb up to the roof for views of temple Phool Bagh: Laid out as a formal garden, this complex testifies to the refined aesthetic qualities of the Bundelas. A central row of fountains culminates in an eight pillared palace-pavilion. A subterranean structure below was the coolsummer retreat of the Orchha kings. An ingenious system of water ventilation connects the underground palace with Chandan Katora, a bowl-like structure from whose fountains droplets of water filtered through to the roof, simulating rainfall. Sunder Mahal: This small palace, almost in ruins today is still a place of pilgrimagefor Muslims. Dhurjban, son of Jhujhar, embraced Islam when he wed a Muslim girlat Delhi. He spent the latter part of his life in prayer and meditation and came to be revered as a saint. Cenotaphs: There are 14 Chhatris or Memorials to the rulers of Orchha, grouped along the Kanchan Ghat of the river Betwa on the south end of town. Other Things to NoteSome Rooms doen't have hot water so we will arange a hot water bucket.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceConstructed painstakingly using recycled elements showcasing the virtuoso craftsmanship of the stone carving artisans of Gwalior, the structures transports the guests to a bygone era of unhurried comfort and relaxation. Set in the heart of Gwalior, it conceals a beautiful connoisseur's garden which is adorned with rare and beautiful bamboos, trees, shrubs and creepers collected from all over the world. Dining can be enjoyed al fresco by the side of a fish pond or in a gazebo. A dip pool surrounded with exquisite carved stone arches provide a luxurious bath. The home belongs to an old Maratha landed family of Gwalior whose members have graced high levels of the bureaucracy and the military in both the princely era and modern times. Breakfast is provided and extra meals can be requested for. Tours in the city and outside can be arranged for. Guest AccessThe guests have access to the garden, dip pool and a gazebo. Interaction with GuestsA member of the host family would be available to provide any help required. The NeighborhoodThe immediate neighbourhood within walking distance includes attractions like the cenotaphs (chatri) of the Scindia dynasty, the Vir Savarkar Park and Mandre Ki Mata (old Devi Temple). Getting AroundTaxis can be arranged for on request.
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10br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe above charges are on Twin sharing basis per room per night. Extra person or Other Things to NoteThe above charges are on Twin sharing basis per room per night. Extra bed requirement will be charged accordingly.
Hotel
3-star Hotel
Situated in Gwalior, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Samadhi of Rani Lakshmi Bai, Captain Roop Singh Stadium, and Jai Vilas Palace. Dargah Khwaja Kanoon Sahib and Mausoleums of Mohammed Ghaus & Tansen are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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40br hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
This family-friendly Gwalior hotel is located in the historical district, within 3 mi (5 km) of Jai Vilas Palace, Samadhi of Rani Lakshmi Bai and Suraj Kund. Dargah Khwaja Kanoon Sahib and Mausoleums of Mohammed Ghaus & Tansen are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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Poor
35 reviews
20br hotel
    Hotel Grace is a popular choice amongst travelers in Gwalior, whether exploring or just passing through. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, chapel, daily housekeeping. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, air conditioning, wake-up service, desk to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Gwalior has to offer by making Hotel Grace your base.
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    35br hotel
      Situated in Gwalior, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Captain Roop Singh Stadium and Jai Vilas Palace. Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed and Gwalior Fort are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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      Excellent
      1 review
      6br b&b
        We are her in this business to promote tourist so we do serve better and providing them right information about their whole trip and help them in all India as long as possible. we have well trained staff and well managed rooms in front of fort orchha on main road operated by Rahul Mirdha And Bhoopendra Singh Gour
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        25br hotel
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        With a stay at Hotel Surbhi in Gwalior, you'll be convenient to Gwalior Fort and Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed. This hotel is within close proximity of Captain Roop Singh Stadium and Jai Vilas Palace. Make yourself at home in one of the 22 guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and ceiling fans. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
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        44br hotel
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        Situated in Orchha, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Rama Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, and Raj Mahal. Lakshminarayan Mandir is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) away.
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        46br hotel
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        Situated in Orchha, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Jahangir Mahal and Rama Raja Temple. Lakshminarayan Mandir and Raj Mahal are also within 1 mi (2 km).