Hotel Usha Bundela

Address: Temple Road, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471606, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Temple Road, Khajuraho, is near Khajuraho Temples, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, Mahadeva Temple, and Devi Jagadamba Temple.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free parking


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        • Room service
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Usha Bundela Khajuraho

        Reviewed by monkeyescapade

        In need of TLC

        Reviewed Dec 1, 2014
        by (35 reviews) Always been nomads but most recently, Essex and proud of it! , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        It's an okay hotel and adequate for one night but sadly, a very tired property in need of TLC to re-energise it. Our room was spacious but had a musty old feel to it. Restaurant was focused on serving tour groups with buffet food which like the hotel also in need of TLC..... not a lot else on offer. If budget can afford it, go elsewhere and based on our own experience of Khajuraho, we would stay in this area for at least two nights because the temples are outstanding, if we had time we would have gone back for a second visit plus the neighbouring National Park scenery would outstanding.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Usha Bundela Khajuraho

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Khajuraho

        These people are just brilliant

        A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Oct 10, 2015

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        ... another train coming from the other direction so either we are waiting for connecting passengers or we have to cross tracks. Amazing, the train approaching is full to the rafters with Indian people of all ages and sizes. So many in fact they are on the roof also. Hundreds of men women and children riding on the roof of the train. I am sure you have seen this on videos at some time.

        I cannot help wonder just how many fall off and what the sad fatality rate must ...

        Contradictions Contradictions

        A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Oct 09, 2015


        ... staying in the hotel.

        The next day we are up at 4:00am and off to see the Bengal Tiger in the National Park. Jim is mistakenly thinking he is back in Africa as we transgress roads that are dangerously potholed and un-passable by normal vehicle. We are once again smarties in a jar as we get bounced around the safari vehicle that has no seat belts. 2 hours later shaken but not deterred we arrive at the tiger reserve. I have to write my life history from the ...

        The Temples of Khajuraho

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 10, 2015

        27 photos

        ... t escape completely empty handed, Bree was able to procure some of the very comfortable Indian pants she had been looking for and of course add a lovely scarf to her growing collection as well.

        Later that afternoon our company had arranged for us to head to a local day spa for an authentic Indian massage experience, called an Ayurvedic Massage. This traditional treatment involves using herbal oil slowly dripped on the forehead to relieve tension and stress as ...

        The temple of tantric sex

        A travel blog entry by meva on Jan 07, 2015

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        ... The male models, boringly enough, were mostly clothed. Although I have to admit to a slight “ick” factor to viewing the erotic ...

        Erotic Temples, the origin of the Karmasutra

        A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Nov 12, 2014

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        ... they realise I do not need or want a guide/rickshaw/weed/to see their shop. He has a big family with 5 children who were all excited to see us. The house was of course one storey and consisted of 3 rooms in a row. One was his brother family room another his and the end one was his parents. Across the way his grandma lived who they said was over 100 but I think you get to a certain age here and they call you 100. It was 5 generations living there. The room he lived in with ...