Hotel Indus

211/3 Car Parking Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 211/3 Car Parking Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Indus Amritsar

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Amritsar

    Second day in Amritsar

    A travel blog entry by hadleyandlaura on Mar 22, 2013

    We woke up and Hadley still wasn't feeling too good, luckily we had pretty much seen all the sights from yesterday so we thought we'd have a quiet day. However when I went down to order breakfast the hotel receptionist told us we had to leave today as they were fully booked. There must have been a mix up with the hotel and the hotel booking company neither of which thought to consult us about it until half hour before check out. ...

    Blog from Delhi, Amritsar and Jaipur

    A travel blog entry by sujata.dey on Jan 12, 2013

    ... they are your family.

    And that is the other thing that is the hardest for me to get used to. I am actually treated very well. People sacrifice things for me very often, but I cannot make decisions for myself that don’t implicate everyone. There is very little privacy. Because of the lack of Indian immunity, I am as useless as a Persian house cat. I cannot do very much on my own. I depend on others constantly. But then, there is no "I" ...

    Amritsar -Sikhs, Soldiers, and Quality Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Apr 10, 2012

    ... temple. As foreign tourists, for some reason we were aloud to enter through the exit path and so avoid the que. This meant we couldn't go through the front entrance of the temple but could still go inside and climb up the stairs to be able to overlook everything that was going on. It also meant that on the way out, ...