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Park Plaza, Ahmedabad

Getting There


Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport: 13 kms
Ahmedabad Railway Station: 6 kms
Sabarmati Ashram: 5 kms
Akshardham: 30 kms
Sidi Saiyad Mosque: 2 kms
Kankaria Lake: 5 kms
 

By Air
Sardar Vallabhbhai International Airport is situated at a distance of 13 kms from the Hotel. Ahmedabad is well connected by air with the rest of the country by major airline operators. Flights operate between Ahmedabad and the metropolitan and other major cities of Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Coimbatore, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa and Jaipur. Air India, Indian Airlines, Alliance Air, Jet Airways, Spicejet, Go Air and Indigo provide scheduled air services to Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad has direct international connections to the middle-east towns of Sharjah, Kuwait and Muscat and also Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. It is also connected to Europe and USA.

By Rail
Ahmedabad Junction railway station is at a distance of 05 kms from Park Plaza, Ahmedabad. The city is directly connected to several cities of India which includes Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata. You can take a train from any part of India to Ahmedabad because of the strong and efficient network of The Indian Railways which connects Ahmedabad to all parts of India.

By Road
Ahmedabad is well connected with a good network of roadways for the transportation facilities. Mostly the highways connect the city to most of the neighbouring cities. Gujarat State Transport Corporation runs daily Bus service to many major cities within Gujarat and there are a number of state transport buses which connects Ahmedabad with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra.

Ahmedabad Local Information :
The city of Ahmedabad, founded by Ahmed Shah in 1411 A.D is the largest city in Gujarat is also home to one of the largest industrial centers in India. An industrial base to sectors like chemicals, textiles, pharmaceuticals and agro industries, the city also boasts of some renowned educational institutions such as Indian Institute of Management (IIMA), The Mudra Institute of Communications (MICA), The National Institute of Design and many more. The city is also home to various gardens and parks such as Victoria Garden, Law Garden and many more.

Major sightseeing spots include:
Sabarmati Ashram, well known as the residence of Mahatma Gandhi, it is located on the banks of the Sabarmati River. It is known for its Dandi March movement initiated by Mahatma Gandhi in the year 1930.

Sidi Sayed Mosque, which was built in 1573, is a beautifully carved mosque with ten stone latticework windows. Akshardham Temple is a sacred and religious centre for Hindus. This beautifully carved temple houses idol of Swaminarayan, the Hindu lord. Calico Museum of Textiles is one of the most renowned and one of the most visited places in the city, showcasing a unique collection of handicrafts and textiles, some of which date back to 17th and 18th centuries.

Adalaj Vav, an architectural marvel, it was built by Queen Rudabai in 1499 A.D. The walls of the well depict the carvings of flowers, birds and fish. This step well not only conserves water for drinking all through the year but also works as a cooling chamber in scorching summers.

Kankaria, the biggest lake in Ahmedabad was built by Sultan Kutubuddin in the 15th century. This lake is an ideal place for meditation, yoga, jogging or a brisk walk.