GreenPark Hyderabad

Address: 7-1-26, Green Lands, Begumpet, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500016, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Circle - X area of Hyderabad, is near Golkonda Fort, Ramoji Film City, Falaknuma Palace, and NTR Garden.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGreenPark Hyderabad

      Reviewed by richinindia

      Pretty Good - tried hard

      Reviewed Sep 11, 2011
      by (1 review) Sydney Australia , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      4 nights stay - people here couldn't do enough for me- .so they didn't. Lots of chats and smiles and 'sirs' and even head wobbles but when it came to delivery it fell a bit short.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews GreenPark Hyderabad

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Hyderabad

      Wanderings around the city

      A travel blog entry by kristins8 on Mar 16, 2015

      8 photos

      So Hyderabad isn't much of a tourist destination. Or it doesn't seem to be to me. It's a business center. The city has some nice neighborhoods, some not so nice areas. It all feels like a normal city.

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      Here are some of the sites I have seen around town.

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      The first couple of weeks

      A travel blog entry by kristins8 on Mar 05, 2015

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      It took a couple of weeks in Hyderabad until I actually did something of note. The first two weeks of work revolved around only seeing the hotel and office. It didn't feel like being in another country (with a couple of exceptions). Working with different people, eating different food, but it's still the busy season routine of sleep, work, sleep, work, etc. The first weekend we did wander over to a nearby market to see what the various stalls were selling, but I wasn't really in ...

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      A travel blog entry by sirsmonkey42 on Jan 25, 2010

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      ... glamorous; and the general sanitation and health conditions are enough to make most Americans want to call FEMA. But even through all that the percentage of people who seem to be at peace with things is much higher than anywhere else I've been.
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      A travel blog entry by kyewix on Nov 11, 2008

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