Hotel Raviraj

Address: Dr. Rajendra Prasad Marg, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dr. Rajendra Prasad Marg, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Conference facilities
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Raviraj Aurangabad

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

          Caves and Close Shaves- the Aurangabad Mafia

          A travel blog entry by roaminallover on Oct 15, 2015

          2 comments, 25 photos

          ... was good enough for Ghandi". A few minutes later we were checking into the Preetam. For £7 a night we weren't expecting the Ritz but were surprised to find that this place had a good standard of decor and all the public areas were cleaned to a high standard, so we were both happy with our choice. Wishing to make the most of the afternoon we hiked off to see what we could find in the neighbourhood. The journey took us along the highway through a couple ...

          Incredible caves in ellora

          A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 23, 2015

          210 photos

          ... play them Goa music. Homer pleases the music so well that he means spontaneous, it would like the festival to likewise visit. We have ourselves all very much to tell and have to do to laugh repeatedly loud. The surrounding Indian feel however a little in their “Privatsphäre” (so far these in an Indian course existiert^^) disturbed and thus put also we finally to sleep itself. I try to get a little bit of sleep, since we - if everything well going good- will reach Mumbai around 7:20.

          3.4 Bibi-ka-maqbara

          A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 19, 2014

          4 photos

          This was a spiritual building for the fourth religion in as many hours around Aurangabad.

          Dubbed as a mini Taj Mahal, the Mosque is the centrepiece for many gardens, paths and towers that surround. There is a bit of exploration, but the main function is to marvel at the structures that this man made to commemorate his mother.

          We didn't stay too long, but saw all of the necessaries. Whilst sitting in ...

          A bit of sightseeing

          A travel blog entry by katysugden on Mar 12, 2014

          At the hotel we quickly showered and then got a taxi ride to the Ellora caves. These were beautiful temples that had been carved into the rocks by Buddha's thousands of years ago and were in amazing condition. This is where they came to pray and were a little in the mountains. After this we drove to see the baby Taj Mahal. Unfortunately, and very disappointingly, me and Sophie never got to see the real Taj, however the baby Taj was about the third ...

          India - Elllora & Ajanta Caves

          A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 09, 2014

          73 photos

          ... and we ended up getting off the train at 1.30!

          Our guide book was promising a few cheap hotels close to the train station. Well, relatively close. Based on this information we refused all tuk-tuks waiting at the railway station and decided to walk instead. We passed by 3 or 4 hotels and all of them were either fully booked or closed or too expensive. We kept walking up the street but started to feel a bit unsafe because there had been too many locals familiarized with ...