Le Meridien Hotel

Musuem Road, Raj Bagh, Srinagar, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, India | Hotel
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Prices starting from $98.00

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One foot out of Srinagar

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... has been delayed.

A charming army Col. name Sangeeve introduces himself and we launch into a long chat. Indians like to talk about how much they make (if they make at all) and we learn that on his Colonel's salary of $28k he can live in a fine home, have his own valet (seriously), put two kids in school, and have a maid and a chef. Much of the housing costs are offset by the military. One theory we heard in Srinagar was that the terror ...

Beautiful Srinagar

A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89


... India and lay claim on the largely unprotected Kashmir Valley. Nehru, a Kashmiri Hindu himself was outraged and flew in Indian troops to protect the region from the invasion. This sparked the first war.
Eventually, K&J was placed under direct rule from Delhi in 1990, triggering the bloodiest years of unrest as new leadership tried to stamp their authority. In 1998 Pakistanis nuclear weapon tests brought regional tensions to breaking point causing the ' Kargil war' to break out ...


A travel blog entry by harpjolie


... has 7 unique gardens built on top of a mountain, with views of srinagar and Dal Lake. The amazing part is that it's 500 years old!!

Next stop was the 3 beautiful Mughal Gardens: Shalimar, Nishant and Chashma Shahi. Beautifully maintained and very peaceful and serene.

we visited the Hazratbal Shrine and got back to the houseboat and relaxed and took the evening sunset in and fell asleep to the gentle rocking of the boat.


Day 07 - Pahalgam, Pahalgam, Pahalgam!

A travel blog entry by mereldzi


... re not complaining.

Last thing to do was a modest 3 hour walk around the area. We had some food in fly city before taking a bus halfway up a mountain and walk down again by a different route. It was raining most of the time, which is impossible since it never rains in Kashmir (so sayeth Moin). So it probably didn’t rain after all. Back to Brown Palace.

On a side note, was one of the dwarfs in The Hobbit called Moin?

Exceptional beauty in conflict plagued Kashmir

A travel blog entry by southeastasia


... started filming. After what felt like and eternity which probably was about 10-15mintues, without a word spoken we arrived at the shore and Mr. Ali shouted something into the dark and we saw a rickshaw driver stopping at his call. We got out of the shikara and into the rickshaw, told him where we wanted to go and was set to leave before Mr. Ali wanted his bloody money, we said he could take the money from the 4500rs. that we had already paid him for accommodation etc. that we now ...


This hotel, located on Musuem Road, Raj Bagh, Srinagar, is near Nagin Lake, Mughal Gardens, Manasbal Lake, and Tso Moriri.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Meridien Hotel Srinagar

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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