Hotel Janki Executive

Address: Plot No 10,Vidya Nagar,Jalna Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431005, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot No 10,Vidya Nagar,Jalna Road, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Janki Executive Aurangabad

Reviewed by doktahaiko


Reviewed Feb 18, 2012
by (4 reviews) Windhoek, born in Tsumeb though , Namibia Flag of Namibia

Very impressive. This hotel is really excellent. Professional service, they have a roof restaurant with fantastic vies and great food at very affordable prices. Highly recommended

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Reviewed by ambanis


Reviewed Dec 31, 2010
by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

Nothing too exciting...the staff is slow to respond - if you ask for an extra towel at night, you probably wont even get it by just have to make them do stuff. Not a bad place to stay for a couple of nights though if you just need a place to crash for the night. Not too expensive either.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Janki Executive Aurangabad

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Travel Blogs from Aurangabad


A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Feb 08, 2014

... I was on the top on the end which was nice ebcause I had my own curtain. I made my little bed and settled in. Upu came around and told us we should be arriving around 8:30am. He told us he would try tog et back to wake up up and make sure we knew when to get off but to set an alarm just in case. He also told us the name of the stop before us, and the name of the stop we were to get off at. I set my alarm and got cozy.

The rest is history.. good night. ...

Ajanta and Ellora Caves

A travel blog entry by no.limits on Jan 05, 2013

39 photos

... but none said they could sing. I finally said I would try so I took my phone to my ear and sang Daughters (John Mayer). I had a crowd by the time I finished. I was so embarrassed but the acoustics were really incredible.

That afternoon I played 500 (card game) with Tony, Margo, and Sarah. Tanya kept score. It was really hard to play as we had some drinks so know one really knew what was going on. The rest of the group were ...

Caves and compost

A travel blog entry by eladnelvire on Dec 01, 2011

3 comments, 52 photos

... eyed rickshaw driver who'd been married eight years but still had no children. In the morning he took us to the Daulatabad fort, a complex which sits on and around a hill whose sides seemed to have been literally shaved right off, dropping vertically into a mote to deter any potential invaders with utter finality. The ascent to the top of the hill is a slow crawl in and out of the rock, through a territory shared by bats, monkeys, and very, very large groups ...


A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Sep 18, 2011

4 photos

... the most impressive and was carved from the top if you can get your head around that. We spent the whole day here and the weather was perfect. We even got ourselves an accidental guide who showed us a 'shortcut' to the Jain section which just happened to pass a little swimming pool which he was very insistent I should go skinny dipping in, for some reason he didn't seem too bothered about Sean but did want pictures of us kissing. We quickly escaped him.The journey both to and from ...

Exploring ancient caves after NIGHTMARE trains!

A travel blog entry by gemandlloyd on Mar 03, 2011

1 comment, 18 photos

... Koonar. From here we caught a bus to Hyderabad, had an hours sleep and figured as long as our train from Hyderabad to Aurangabad was OK, this would all be over in a few hours.

Hyderabad was pretty overwhelming, especially when you're as bleary eyed as we were. We took a rickshaw ride (bit of a rip-off, most rickshaws there were - they knew about the strike and were milking it) to the station to double check our second train was OK. We nearly cried when the man said yes your train ...