No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Amar Agra
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Amar Agra
Travel Blogs from Agra
My India diary - Agra
Wed 26th and Thur 27th Dec 2012
We booked a driver through www.delhibycaranddriver.com before we left Australia to take us around Rajasthan for 11 days ($520aud). All reviews on Trip Advisor were good so we went with our gut instinct.....no money paid yet, so chance to cancel.
Our driver turned up on …
... with him all the time because he could not live without her and he knew she could never be without him. On the birth of her 14th child, the Emperor was away at war. Her delivery provided several complications and she suffered internal bleeding. The attendants asked the Queen what her final wish would be, and for her it was to see her husband, the love of her life, one last time. He returned from his battle and went to her. When he arrived he held her and they looked ...
... through the gateway we could see the typical picture of the Taj Mahal with its nice gardens. Nevertheless, what the pictures don’t show is the amount of people there! Itīs honestly full of people and we were not even in a rush hour! After trying for 20 minutes to take a picture together in this part we went a little bit closer.
There is a few spots where you can take some cool pictures but the amount of people makes it really hard or you will have to go with ...
... almost bragging.
I asked him as a chinese person in India, do I belong to a caste? To my surprise, he affirmed and proceeded to list the ranking order of castes from the top down. It struck me that this caste system is a living example of modern day apartheid. As a guest, Sanu served me a complimentary masala chai. Being served by a Rajput, I should be counting my blessings, even though I will never get to marry a girl from the Priest caste.
Ganesh Special ...
... on this trip, one of the most astonishing for me so far has just been sitting in the car, watching India pass by in all it’s kaleidoscopic glory. The contrasts are incredible; billboards for condominiums (“It’s like living full time in a five star hotel”) loom over shantytowns, which are located next to puddles of standing water filled with trash, which is being eaten by cattle and goats, while a ...