Diamond Hotel

Address: Bhelupur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221010, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bhelupur, Varanasi, is near Dasaswamedh Ghat, Banaras Ghats, Golden Temple (Kashi Vishwanath), and Asi Ghat.
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          • Restaurant


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Airport Transportation
          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Room service
          • Conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Business Services
          • Laundry
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Diamond Hotel Varanasi

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Varanasi

          Khajuraho then on to Varanasi

          A travel blog entry by ball14 on Oct 30, 2015

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          ... were then treated to a spectacle which is played out every night of the year shortly after sunset. Seven priests were stood on their own Dias near the waters edge performing a ceremony that had us enthralled for about an hour. The color, the noise the crowds were just spectacular. About 30,000 people come to see this every night. We then returned to hotel via rickshaw - another exciting ride but this time in the ...

          Goodbye to India, hello to Nepal

          A travel blog entry by shire on Oct 27, 2015

          ... bundled into the carriage and another Indian passenger pulled the emergency cord to stop the train, as half his family were still on the platform. After this excitement we settled down and enjoyed another journey across the flat farmland where a lot of rice is growing, eventually reaching Gorakhpur at 12.00, a journey of 6 hours. We then transferred to a bus for an interminable journey on poor roads, stopping at a a rather seedy restaurant for a late lunch ...

          On the banks of the river Ganges

          A travel blog entry by christvdm on Mar 08, 2015

          3 photos

          ... on the banks of the river, the flower and also the prayer ceremony a little bit further on the ghats which were extremely relaxing and beautiful ! It happens every night and thousands of people gather around the Ghats to listen to the prayer and deposing a lotus flower lighted up on the river ! I have to say that it put me in a very relaxed mood for the evening even though going back to the hotel was no easy feat with all these people running in all directions in the streets ...

          Going Back to India

          A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Feb 21, 2015

          4 photos

          Today was a travel day as we leave Kathmandu and re-enter India, headed to the oldest continually inhabited city in the world- Varanasi, which also is where Buddha lived/ preached and Buddhism began. Varanasi is the holiest of Hindu sites and is considered to be the "Mecca" for Hindu people. As with the Islamic faith, all Hindus are expected to make a pilgrimage to Varanasi at least once ...

          The Holiest and Dirtiest City in India

          A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 09, 2015

          53 photos

          ... little floating candles as we made our way back to the ghat. Once the sun finally went down it was time for the Aarti to begin and we had prime seats, bobbing up and down in the water, to view the Hindu prayer. Pradeep did his best to explain to us what was going on, but rather than trying to follow along we just enjoyed the theatrical nature of the prayer with singing and chanting while swinging different candles and relics. It was really neat because while there ...