Hotels in Bodhgaya
6 - Hotel(s) found in Bodhgaya, India
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Price Range - Rs. 1404 - 5883
Amidst the noisy and congested ambience lays the beauty and tranquility of Mahabodhi Temple, earlier known to be Bodhimanda-vihara, sacredly located in one of the oldest cities in India, Bodhgaya in Bihar. It is one of the major pilgrimage center of the Buddhist and the Mahabodhi Temple stands as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. Revisiting the ancient Indian history, Bodhgaya dates back to 500BC when it is believed that Prince Gautama Buddha sat in meditation under a bodhi tree to attain enlightenment and insight. And thereafter he left his footprints at Sarnath, Lumbini and Kushinagar, together which is today known to be the world renowned Buddhist Circuits in India. Bodhgaya also reflects the life of one of the greatest and fearless ruler ever ruled in India, Emperor Ashoka or Ashoka The Great. The Mahabodhi Temple is one of the divined example of his work, a tribute to Lord Gautama Buddha, which reflects his dignity toward his religion. Gaya International Airport or Bodhgaya Airport which is located 7kms from the holy city connects divinity with modernity to major cities in India as well as Japan, Thailand, Mayanmar and Sri Lanka. The Gaya Railway Station is one of the eminent junction in East India where from one can break his journey to North and North-west India if travelling from East and to North-east and East India if travelling from West. The city is also knitted with highways connecting Patna, Rajgir, Bauxar, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Raniganj, Asansol, Burdwan, Kolkata, Allahabad, Kanpur, Lucknow and Delhi. With the increasing number of tourists round the year the Indian Railways have set about a Buddhist Circuit special train that covers all the eminent Buddhist circuits in India. The train departs from Delhi and in its round trip it stops at Gaya, Rajgir, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Lumbini, Sravasti and Agra.
Hotels in Bodhgaya
Being followed by the footsteps of Buddhists from all over the world, Bodhgaya has been an eminent pilgrimage center for Buddhist. Though it lacks 5 Star hotels and 4 Star hotels but one can expect a luxury and memorable stay in the 3 Star hotels in Bodhgaya. Beautifully placed on the banks of River Niranjana, Niranjana Resort is a 3 Star hotel in Bodhgaya that offers a peacheful retreat and is close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mahabodhi Temple. It sires with deluxe AC cottages and also bring up on a banquet for business travellers to held meetings and parties. Hotel Buddha International is another 3 Star hotel in Bodhgaya that offers 35 rooms with modern amenities, restaurant and business center. It is ideal for both leisure and business traveller. Very close to the sacred site, Hotel Thai International is an alternate pick amongst the 3 Star hotels in Bodhgaya. It is 6kms from the airport and it maintains 34 well-appointed rooms, a restaurant and a conference hall to held small meetings for corporate. Hotel Lumbini International and Hotel Vishal International are other options amongst the 3 star hotels in Bodhgaya. Keeping up with the changing trends, Hotel Delta International is an excellent pick amongst the 3 Stat hotels in Bodhgaya. It offers 45 rooms for its guests.
Amongst the 2 Star hotels in Bodhgaya, Hotel Taj Darbar is a serene pick that offers A/C rooms to stay, which is complemented with all the modern guest amenities. A contemporary menu is served to in-house guests at the Buddha Darbar Restaurant, which also serves Chinese, Indian and Continental cuisine. Corporates are also facilitated with conference facilities and a banquet hall is available for private events. Hotel Heritage Bodhgaya which is close to Mahabodhi Temple and quite close from the Gaya International Airport is a good pick amongst the 2 Star hotels in Bodhgaya. Other recommended budget hotels in Bodhgaya are Hotel Sujata, Hotel Prince and Hotel Tokyo Vihar.