Kamran Palace Hotel

Address: Near Relief Cinema, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Relief Cinema, 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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        Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad

        Ahmedabad University Quarters

        A travel blog entry by tayab on Feb 11, 2015

        30 photos

        I loved Ahmedabad's everyday life, the Ahmedabadis' hospitality and its well organised and clean streets. I stayed in a hotel in the University area of the city and near The River Sabarmati; its riverside promenade was being developed, yet it started to take shape. I was humbled to be in ...

        August 3, 2013

        A travel blog entry by rinaputnam on Aug 03, 2013

        8 photos

        ... nice. Next day we headed out to Udaipur. This is a beautiful city with many resort hotels surrounding the lake which has the famous palace built on the lake. This palace was in one of the Bond movies. We took a boat ride around the lake and actually stayed in a room at the official current maharajas residence. My friend knew someone who could get us a room there. It was very nice. The ...

        From Ahmadabad to Bundi.

        A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Oct 30, 2012

        47 photos

        ... up with the help of Sonu, my dear driver, who took care of me as if I was his mother.
        I heard that for a long time the palace was abandoned, now a part of it is taken care of by the government, while another still belongs to the old royal family. Many palaces in Rajasthan are now luxury heritage hotels, but looking at the dilapidated one here I could only imagine the investment that would be necessary to convert it into a hotel; it would ...

        Back on the road(s)!!!

        A travel blog entry by coreihl on Feb 01, 2011

        43 photos

        ... friendly and helpful! I was expecting a 'colder" atmosphere from here, as it is not touristic (I am talking about tourists from abroad)!

        Nobody speaks English here (and even Hindi ... In Gandhinagar, I met 2 guys from Haryana who were as much lost as me!) but people strive to do their best to communicate! I was advised to learn some Gujarati though ... =))

        Even if I didn't ...

        Day 11 / Travel day!!

        A travel blog entry by kisolberg on Feb 03, 2010

        ... is completely filthy, so I didn’t really have a desire to jump in.

        Next stop ion our tour, with our non-English speaking guide, was Gandhi’s Ashram in town. There is a museum set up with many posters around several rooms that depicted the man himself, his teachings, his followers, his way of life and the things he accomplished. I learned a lot about him (after coming in as pretty much a blank slate on the man) but found the set-up a bit ...