Hotel Suruchi

Address: Residency Road, Gola Ka Mandir, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, 474002, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Residency Road, Gola Ka Mandir, Gwalior, is near Amboli.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Gwalior

      What a difference a Night Makes

      A travel blog entry by chrisandcorinne on Apr 06, 2013

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      ... and was one of India's Heritage Hotels. The hotel is 120 years old and typically colonial in style with aqueducts everywhere and all original features intact. We checked in and were shown our room, which was the most impressive we have stayed in to date. We were to meet our guide for the afternoon at 15:00 so we headed for the restaurant terrace for a light lunch and a drink. It was very peaceful and a world away from the noise and dirt of Varanasi. At three we ...


      A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on Apr 04, 2013

      ... the plan by the desperation to leave Bhopal clouded our judgement. So we walked for about 40 mins in the dark with our rucksacks on only to finally admit defeat that we were very lost. We settled for 'TOURIST HOTEL' which was a shambles and maybe a little worse than Sonali. Air cooled rooms apparently which means there is a huge hole in the wall and they but a generator driven extractor on the other side. Needless to say ...

      No Grace or favours

      A travel blog entry by rosandjohn on Feb 02, 2011

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      ... kitchen, road and nearby railway.

      We had breakfast at another nearby hotel and took an auto-rickshaw to Gwalior Fort. This turned out to be spectacular, set on a plateau commanding the town and surrounding countryside. The only downside was the long, fairly steep climb up to the Man Singh Palace. Built around 1500, it features the remnants of splendid tiling on the ...

      Gwalior: Walking through Royal Legacy

      A travel blog entry by amitk227 on Mar 20, 2010

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      ... also included in the plan due to its proximity. We started
      early through Bhopal Shatabadi Express. En-route we get mesmerized to
      see the ravines of Chambal. It’s one of those ...

      Nothing to see in Gwalior?!

      A travel blog entry by enniaa on Mar 03, 2010

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      ... at the platform, we were delayed so they’d been waiting there for a good while already. The Gwalior railway station was full of people as usual and we really had to struggle to get out with our backpacks.

      Gwalior City gave a very good first impression. It wasn’t too crowded, people were calmer and all in all it looked much tidier there. Maybe it’s all explained by the number of schools and education facilities at hand in Gwalior. Compared to ...