Hotel Panchavati

Address: Padampura, Railway Station Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431005, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Padampura, Railway Station Road, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Panchavati Aurangabad

      Reviewed by tobyandsteffi

      Not even giving them a star, though I have to in order to save this thing.

      Reviewed Sep 24, 2011
      by (1 review) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      If you want to see a full review on this hell hole, please visit trip advisor and search for Toby and Steffi.

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

      Reviewed by wanderer001

      Backpacker's Paradise

      Reviewed Nov 5, 2010
      by (1 review) , India Flag of India

      Ideal location and tariff for backpackers, service is good if not exceptional, Rooms are basic but neat.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panchavati Aurangabad

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

      Going caving

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Jan 06, 2013

      27 photos

      ... Don’t get me wrong I like camping but wild camping in India is just a whole other dimension. Also staying at our hotel were the teams doing the rickshaw run, "a 3,500km pan-Indian adventure in a 7 horsepower glorified lawnmower" aka a tuk tuk in 2 weeks. Check it out @ ntures/rickshaw-run

      The next day we had a free day to explore the caves in Ellora. These caves are different from the Ajanta caves in ...

      A bit Mumbai Belly, Holi, Caves & More

      A travel blog entry by heinz82 on Mar 19, 2012


      So unfortunately i get hit by a bit of Mumbai belly but it omly lasts a couple of days and i am not sick- so all good

      So Mumbai the city of Bollywood is even more manic then the rest of India. Always having to watch out for the crazy rickshaw drivers and motorbikes weaving in and out - however i do enjoy the buzz of the city and friendliness of the locals. The streets of churchgate have established shops like Nike, ...

      Going to see famous Ellora Caves

      A travel blog entry by marandk on Jan 25, 2011

      25 photos

      ... Rs, Foreigner 250 Rs... but in fairness it's not that big amount of money... 250 Rs is just over 4€!

      Ellora encompasses 34 caves through 2km's of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain temples, monastries... The caves were chipped out labouriously through five centuries. Kailasa temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva is the world's largest monolithic sculpture built by 7000 labourers over a 150 ...

      Girl + Boy = A lot less unwanted attention!!

      A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Jan 12, 2011

      18 photos

      ... card in my face. I recognised the name - it was the hotel I was going to try if my first option didn't pan out, however thought I'd follow him anyway (you just have to go with the flow here and trust your instincts - though I did double check the address in Lonely Planet against the card as I got in the car!!). It all worked out well though - in the reception I overheard a guy, Ben - from London, enquiring about the Ellora caves, so after butting in to his conversation ...

      Ellora and Ajanta caves in Aurangabad

      A travel blog entry by laytonandjana on Apr 02, 2008

      91 photos

      ... we have been to thus far. Our guide told us there were 7 levels of security up the mountain. Then, we made our way to the Ellora caves which was interesting because it contains three series of caves covering the Buddhists, Hindu and Jain beliefs. They caves were carved by hand out of the side of the mountain. There were about 30 caves to visit and while we did not make it to every single one, it was an amazing feat! The detail ...