Ajay International Hotel

Address: Daresi no. 1; Near Agra Fort Railway Station, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282004, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Daresi no. 1; Near Agra Fort Railway Station, Agra, is near Taj Mahal, Akbar's Mausoleum, Sikandra (Akbar's Tomb), and Khas Mahal.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAjay International Hotel Agra

      Reviewed by mashring

      Good budget hotel.

      Reviewed Nov 3, 2012
      by (5 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

      A very basic room in a basic hotel. Don't expect luxury! However, it's reasonably clean and conveniently located to sightseeing spots, so getting to them won't cost a lot of time and money. Staff is friendly. Bathroom is Western toilet with shower/faucet combo in same space, meaning no tub or stall, so you are showering in front of the toilet! It's not as bad as it sounds, honestly. Better than camping. Overall, would recommend as I don't see why not!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Ajay International Hotel Agra

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Agra

      Taj Mahal

      A travel blog entry by bobandglenis on Jun 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... its hottest summer in 100 years. Later a trip to the Agra Fort. The Indians seem intrigued with my blonde hair and found them taking pictures of me, do they think I am some sort of a freak? Back to the hotel for a buffet dinner, everything with curry. This is better than weigh watchers, seem to be living on soup naan bread and bananas. The hotel is good, and had a lovely omelet for breakfast, with fresh mango ...

      Our 1st Wonder of the world!

      A travel blog entry by benandjeanann on Mar 29, 2014

      10 photos

      ... his youngest
      son before he died. Agra as a city, we didn’t find to be the most inviting so after the early morning sight seeing we decided to leave by train straight for Varanasi. We later learned that Agra used be a hub for steel production but after the smog from the chimney stacks were causing the marble on the Taj to turn black they shut it all down causing widespread unemployment and poverty in the city.


      Delhi to Agra

      A travel blog entry by kaybee on Mar 19, 2014

      20 photos

      ... it was a staggering 180$ for a private car. Luckily, I had checked transport prices online a day before in Amman in the cafe and knew that I should definitely not pay more than 80$. In the end 70$ was possible plus highway tolls. Well, I knew this is still sort of rip-off, but I wanted to get to Agra today and get a shower soon (as I said before I was too susceptible to scam today :-) ).
      The taxi driver took me to the meeting point with the other driver, but of course ...

      Aggressively Ill in Agra

      A travel blog entry by keelypark on Feb 05, 2014

      4 photos

      ... gross curd) and an unappetising looking pile of stuffed parottas and curd. I don't have much appetite and after trying the lassi, not much hope for the taste of the parottas and went to bed. Lucy persevered and managed to eat some. Our room is a disgusting dingy hole with disgusting mink blankets which I suspect haven't been washed for 10 years (yellowing brown with hardening mink). The toilet doesn't flush in our first room so we move to another equally hole-esque ...

      She is a Thing of Beauty

      A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 14, 2014

      11 comments, 58 photos

      ... down. After about 23 hours on the train we really needed to freshen up. The water wasn't even warm and the water pressure little more than a trickle. Shivering, we do our best with what's available and focus on the good aspects.

      Rajinar explains she like to meet new people and cook..and cook she can! The meal, costing 350 rupees each, was a real treat, consisting of vegetarian curries, soups, rice and other delicious items. It's practically "all you can eat". We end up ...

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