Hotel Silver Park

7-1-209/1/A Ram Mirra Towers, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500016, India
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Couple of weeks stay nearHi Tech City

by gbc

Hello,
I will be travelling to Hydrabad in first week of July and work at High Tech City for couple of weeks.Any reasonable Hotel near by(Not a star hotel).
Thanks,

RE: Couple of weeks stay nearHi Tech City

by vdadu

U can try Hotel Log Inn
This is in Ameerpet...good area and also well connect to rest of Hyderabad...may be slightly away from Hi-tech city...but a good and new hotel.

Minimum tariff: INR1500/- plus 10% corporate discount
U can contact it at 040-23406611/22/33/44
Address: 6-3-801 to 803, Ameerpet 'X' road,Hyderabd
Email: hotel_loginn@yahoo.co.in

Keep Smiling....Vivek

RE: Couple of weeks stay near Hi Tech City

by madhavishnu

Pearls Inn, madinaguda would be a good choice
Swagath at chandanagar is also a option
these are reasonably priced
can contact Pearls Inn at 040 23047456
swagath at 040 23035650
its pretty close to Hitech city

Re: Couple of weeks stay nearHi Tech City

by falconsnest

Hi,
Probably u can stay in Guest House near BanjaraHills/JubileeHills which is very posh and peaceful areas and is very near to all shopping malls and pubs and restaurants.
Last time my Friends stayed in FALCONS NEST Guest House in Banjara Hills.
PLease Chek these guest house.Any more suggestions Please gimme a shout.

Travel Tips for Hyderabad

well we hyderabadieees are...

by patricks_007

well we hyderabadieees are gifted to serve your the worlds best biryanis and that where i love to take my friends who will just love to have this lovely meal from the heart of hyderabad chef this is a real place to have you yummy dinner lunch well ofcouse the chai of hyderabad and biryani ..the best memories humm my church .st marys secunderabad i miss a lot

best memory may be when u visit we can have a memorable day

The Food Court

by alycat about Max Kitchen

There was this place called Max Kitchen, which was earlier in the heart of the city, now has shifted base to Toli Chowki. You will find amazingly cheap and delicious food here. So much variety to choose from. They have pretty nice interior done, provides a cool setting for a voracious appetite. Have a go. They do catering sevices aswell, so if u have a small party u know where to call. Chinese n Mughlai dishes are good here.

salar Jung Museum

by vpas

The largest single man's collection in the world.This is a treasure house of art and antiques collected by Mir Yousef Ali Khan Salar Jung III(1889 TO 1949), the Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad.The Museum has 40,000 objects of world art comprising Indian Art,Middle eastern art,Far eastern and European art and sculptor.The interesting one is that of veiled Rebecca,a marble statue of a woman in veil.The library over here has over has 43,000 articles and 50,000 books and rare manuscripts of Arabic,Urdu and Persian.
Entry fee Rs.10 for Indians and Rs.150 for non-Indians.
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,closed on Fridays and public holidays
p.s.:try and be at the center of the museum where there is a clock by noon,when there is a specatacular doll play when the clock stikes 12

Hyderabad - The epitome of Nizams

by Kumarjit

What comes to your mind when someone talks to you about the Nizams and their culture? For me, definitely it is Hyderabad.
A nice city with lots of memories, Hyderabad once used to be the capital of the Qutub Dynasty. The foundations of the city was first laid somewhere between 1559 to 1589. Hyderabad definitely has the old world charm like Calcutta and Delhi. But, like the other big cities of India it also offers a modern cosmopolitan environment.
The structure that speaks about the city's forgotten history is the Charminar. It is a giant monument that stands at the heart of the city, with all the events of history pent up in it. It is a wonderful thing to see!
The city has many places to visit, and the Indian cuisines from this particular place, especially the Hyderabadi Biryani, is famous all over the country. A city of the wealthy and the poor, of the elites and the neglected, Hyderabad offers a picture of Indian society at present.
You are surely to like your stay in this city if you are planning to visit India.

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