Smart Villa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Smart Villa Hotel Gurgaon
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... a little bit like the opera house, the gardens were immaculate and green with so many different colour flowers, walking up to the temple was very crowded and we had to walk with no shoes and the floor was so hot!!! Again we were stopped to have our photo taken and then one man said oh this is my daughter and son, then with my brother, then another with my mother etc we were there for about 30 mins smiling into so many different cameras, some of the Indians ...
... the entire afternoon in my air-conditioning room relaxing and watching TV until my transfer arrived!
The ride to Kochi’s International Airport was long, extremely long. A good hour and half through winding roads and heavy traffic! I was starting to get sick sitting in the back of the vehicle.
As for the airport, the security ...
It is about 3:15 in the afternoon and I am sitting on an incredibly beautiful balcony overlooking a small village in India. Apparently this hotel is over 250 years old. We left Jaipur at 10 this morning and after a four hour drive we arrived in this village. For the first hour of the drive, Dushyon answered questions about the culture of Hindus. Particularly interesting was his discussion about arranged marriages. Once we settled into the hotel, the only one in ...
Had a good 3 hour power nap after 24 hours of travelling. The view from my 9th floor window oversees the hotel pool,courtyard and is adjacent to the Metro elevated subway which they are expanding throughout the city. Seems like India has pigeons whereas Canada has the seagulls...maybe seagulls aren't so bad after all. Met up with our delegation and had a debriefing for the upcoming meetings ...
... crafts mall), South Ex (posh, expensive shops) and finally Chandi Chowk (insanely packed market in Muslim area of Old Delhi).
Eating: We went for a quick snack while at Dalli Haat (where we had momos from Sikkim) to tide us over until we could gorge ourselves at multiple locations throughout Chandi Chowk.
We started at Karim's, an amazing restaurant that prepares dishes once made for the Mughal royal ...