Hotel Casa di William

In front of Western Group of Temples, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471606, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on In front of Western Group of Temples, Khajuraho, is near Khajuraho Temples, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, and Kandariya Mahadev Temple.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casa di William Khajuraho

    Reviewed by twovines

    For the price it's a great find

    Reviewed Nov 24, 2013
    by (22 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    OK, this wasn't the most luxurious of places we have stayed, but at £5 a night for a twin room it was good value. The main thing is that it was clean. We just wanted somewhere to stay overnight on our way to Varanasi. The beds are small and hard but the linen is clean. It took a while to get hot water for a shower, but it was fine once he problem was fixed. Our room was rather cild as it was at the back...ask for a room at the front? The owner met us off the train with a rickshaw which was really helpful. The restaurant was clean with good food - nice views from the rooftop. Right next door to western group of temples. Recommended for a budget stay.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa di William Khajuraho

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    Travel Blogs from Khajuraho

    A day on the train

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 25, 2013

    4 photos

    A leisurely start as our train is not due till 11am. We rise, pack bags and wander over to breakfast, ordering a packed lunch for the train whilst we are at it. Our taxi arrives at 9.45am. That's pushing it, even 10am was too early in our opinion but once again the hotel staff have insisted we should allow an hour for the 2km journey 'because of …

    Sexy khajuraho

    A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Mar 07, 2014

    126 photos

    ... famous sculptures that resemble the kama sutra. all these in graphic details of different positions, three and even foursomes. we had brief refreshment stop with some cold coffee, hot tea and a brownie and we went to see the eastern group of temples. these did not compare to the western in size and we did not spend that much time there and heading to the Jain temples as the last stop of the day.

    next Mumbai


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Mar 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... temples, offering everything from shawls to trips to a dry waterfall, but it is worth running the gauntlet to get to the site.

    Khajuraho is a fairly isolated town and this has been both to it's benefit and its detraction. The temples and idols were isolated from all the destruction by the Muslim invaders which helped preserve the site, however, due to it's isolation, the people eventually abandoned the town and the jungle took over. ...

    India - Khajuraho

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 23, 2014

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... and understand better their meaning. Since neither of us is educated in arts it seemed to be a good option.

    Finally we needed only 3 hours to visit the following temples:

    • Varaha Temple. This temple is quite simple and modest. It is an oblong pavilion with a pyramidal roof of receeding tiers, resting on 14 plain pillars. The temple enshrines a colossal monolithic image of Varaha, the boar incarnation of Vishnu. The shrine is built entirely of sandstone. It ...


    A travel blog entry by bevbag on Dec 11, 2013

    9 photos

    ... a scooter to get around on, not necessary, but fun. 500 rupees or $10.00 seemed fair for a scooter the had less than 5000 klm on it. Then we headed off to the western temple area where the majority of the significant temples are. These temples, like many Hindu temples are decorated with extremely ornate carvings, often with erotic themes. Often you can see lighter ...