Hotel Rashmi

Near Hotel Amar Vilas, Rajiv Nagar, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Hotel Amar Vilas, Rajiv Nagar, Agra, is near Taj Mahal, Akbar's Mausoleum, Sikandra (Akbar's Tomb), and Khas Mahal.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rashmi Agra

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Agra

    So apparently we're models in India

    A travel blog entry by scpearson on Apr 15, 2014

    5 photos

    So we arrived in Delhi with a massive shock. The driving is, well, not exactly driving as I know it. Essentially the lines for lanes are just there for decoration and who needs indicators when you've got horns. But 6 days in and I've just learnt that you go with the flow, if you waited to cross the street with no traffic you'd be there for days so …

    India - The Long Awaited Taj Mahal

    A travel blog entry by gemchild on Nov 04, 2013

    58 photos

    We arrived in Agra at 8am after another overnight train journey in AC2 - exactly the same as the last journey just on an old train not a brand spanking new one! But it was absolutely fine! I was dreading Indian train travel but I've been pleasantly surprised!! We made our way to our hotel and did the usual chill out for our first day here. It was …

    Aggressively Ill in Agra

    A travel blog entry by keelypark on Feb 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... approached by Indian families asking them to take photos with me. The tombs were in the middle of a circular room, which was packed with tourists. There were encircled by a carved marble screen, so you could hardly see them apart from at the front where a guard stood blowing his whistle to keep the crowds moving. I stayed until sunset, and then headed back to the guesthouse after starring in countless family photos. I was chauffeured half the way by a relentless ...

    She is a Thing of Beauty

    A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 14, 2014

    11 comments, 58 photos

    ... Money is not important to him, but conversation is..as that is what connects us. His family, being primarily stone workers and craftsmen, are also photographers and he offers to take our picture - many times in fact. He's not bad..the shots come out well and it's great to have more pictures of us together without having to take "selfie" shots. Shan takes us around the city grounds and to this secluded area behind the main ruins. The views are great but we are the only ones ...

    Agra

    A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Jan 02, 2014

    22 photos

    ... it back to the hotel to break the news to our sweet hotel owner and his son that we wouldn't be staying there another night. Although giving the young boy a 100 rupee tip lit up his face like it was Christmas morning. 100 rupees is about a quid so in hindsight we are proper tight and should've given him more, but hey he has to learn the value of things. So our carriage arrives it's not the leather seated Toyota like the journey the night before but a small, ...