Hotel Summit

Address: Opposite Lal Bunglow, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380009, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Opposite Lal Bunglow, Ahmedabad, is near Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, Adalaj Step-well, Calico Museum of Textiles, and Shanku's Water Park.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Summit Ahmedabad

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad

          Going Mad in Ahmedabad

          A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Jan 28, 2014

          128 photos

          ... collection of sculptures, artwork and historical coins. In the same building was the NC Mehta Gallery, which had numerous manuscripts and miniature paintings on display.

        • From the museum, we caught a tuktuk out of town to Sarkhej Rosa, a collection of Islamic buildings constructed around a man-made lake. The buildings included several tombs, a large mosque with a courtyard and two palaces on the opposite side of the lake. The lake itself ...

        • ACTING PART 2!

          A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Mar 21, 2013

          1 comment, 58 photos

          ... free to narrate them, seeing as they are quite funny! You can only imagine how nervous and awkward I was! Also, just to clarify, the man that appears in a good chunk of my photos today (wearing a forest green print-tee and aviators) is the creative director, the one who we are dealing with (I believed I previously called him the producer, and I am wrong).

          For now,
          Erin ...

          Week 3: Food, Culture, History, and Architecture

          A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 21, 2013

          1 comment, 117 photos

          ... a scarf, tunic / dress, and a pair of very Indian pants.There are about 50 stalls, so you can imagine just how long it took us to make our way through all of them. It was a great time though; a great way to experience all types of people in a short amount of time. After making our way through all of the vendor’s stalls, we headed across the street to “Havmor Ice Cream.” As we were all trying to figure out what to order, a flavor called "pista kolfi" caught ...

          One week to break

          A travel blog entry by kisolberg on Nov 06, 2012


          ... together in new ways. This is one of the reasons the students here are so good at critical thinking, they are used to working in groups and learning from each other as well as themselves. They have a constant influx of varying ideas on how to approach a topic so their brains learn to think that way.
          When I was in college I took a Humanities course called Critical Methods of Interdisciplinary Analysis where we read a book than gave a presentation on 1 of the 4 ...

          Sweating is a way of life

          A travel blog entry by kisolberg on Jun 27, 2012


          ... out twice with new friends, but am still only scratching the surface of where I can go in this city. So I took a walk on Sunday. When I first came to India and mentioned walking to school (about 4km) they looked at me like I was a bit crazy and it was only recently explained to me that no one really walks to get around here. It’s too hot, there aren’t sidewalks and there are too many cars/motorbikes/buses/bicycles that ...