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Our Location :

Location is everything. We are located in the heart of Hyderabad City. Imagine stepping out of the cozy comfort of your room to find magnificent malls, shopping arcades, eateries, and other tourist destinations just a few minutes away. Our prime, downtown location on Banjara Hills ensures an ideal departure point for almost everything a corporate or leisure traveler wants to access. We are located just 7 km from the Secunderabad Railway Station, 4 Km from Hyderabad Railway Station and 31 Kms from the Hyderabad Airport. Punjaguta Central Mall is 2 Kms away and the enchanting Hussain Sagar and the Lumbini Park are both 4 Kms away. The iconic Charminar and Cyber City are both around 10 Kms away. Should you need any assistance with your local travel plans do get in touch with our Travel Desk. We will be delighted to assist you.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport – HYD
Hotel distance : 31.0 Kms
Traveling time : 35 Min

Hyderabad Railway Station (Nampally HYD)
Hotel Distance : 4 Kms
Traveling time : 10 Min

Secunderabad Railway Station (SC)
Hotel Distance : 7 Kms
Traveling time : 20 Min
Mode : Car

Hyderabad City :

in and around

Named by the influential travel guide ‘Lonely Planet’ as the 3rd best city to visit in 2013, Hyberabad certainly has the right mix that any itinerant traveler seeks in a destination. A sense of history, a comingling of cultures, a fusion of the traditional and the modern, hidden surprises, a welcoming culture and above all, a distinct and enchanting cuisine. Once the capital of the Qutb Shahi and Asaf Jahi dynasties, the city is today famous around the world for its IT industry earning the moniker of ‘Cyberabad’. It was founded in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah who is said to have named the city after his queen ‘Hyder Mahal’. The twin cities of Secunderabad & Hyderabad in a sense present a microcosm of India. One with its glittering new office blocks and business parks; the other with its vestiges of old world charm – palaces, mosques and unexpected architectural gems that are a joy to discover and relish. Being at the intersect, geographically and culturally, and interlaced with the courtly manners of the Nizam’s times has given the city a unique hybrid that it can proudly claim as 
its own.