Courtyard By Marriott Ahmedabad Hotel
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Courtyard By Marriott Ahmedabad Hotel
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Designed for both business and leisure travel, Courtyard By Marriott Ahmedabad
Hotel is ideally situated in Satellite Area; one of the city's most popular
locales. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has
to offer. For those of you who want to venture out, Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum,
NC Mehta Gallery, Wall Street Finances are just some of the attractions available to visitors.
Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities,
Courtyard By Marriott Ahmedabad Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is
as comfortable as possible. The hotel provides restaurant, valet parking, disabled facilities, elevator, laundry service/dry cleaning to ensure our guests the greatest comfort.
What's around - In Satellite
Gulmohar Park Mall (3-minute walk)
ISCON Mall (9-minute walk)
Gujarat University (38-minute walk)
Sanskar Kendra Museum (4.4 mi / 7.1 km)
Sardar Patel Stadium (4.7 mi / 7.5 km)
The mosque Jama Masjid (meaning Friday Mosque) is the most splendid mosque of Ahmedabad, built in 1424 during the reign of Ahmed Shah. Lying in the old party of city, the mosque is situated opposite to Mahatma Gandhi Road, on the eastern side of Teen Darwaza.
Ahmedabad Places of Interest
The Jama Masjid of Ahmedabad was probably the largest mosque in the Indian subcontinent built in this period. Designed as part of a major plan desired by the Emperor Sultan Ahmed Shah, the mosque is located south of the processional axis that runs from the Maidan-i Shah at the door with three arches, Teen Darwaza.
Ahmedabad Gardens - There are many gorgeous alluring gardens in Ahmedabad that dazzle visitors with their gleam. The city has around 76 parks and gardens and 96 traffic islands. Internationally Ahmedabad has been recognized by 'Green City Commendation Award' as a result of properly maintained gardens here.
Victoria Garden, Bal Vatika and Law Garden are the most popular gardens of the city.
Victoria Garden - Victoria Garden located in the south of the Bhadra Fort, is a one of the popular place to hang out with friends. The garden is so called for the statue of Queen Victoria, standing in it.
Bal Vatika - The children's park known as Bal Vatika situated on the bank of Kankaria Lake is a nature's brilliance.
The Amusement Park and Water Park in Bal Vatika excites every kid.
Law Garden - The garden situated in close vicinity of Law College is named 'Law Garden' which is a hub for 'shopaholics.' It is perfect place to shop for brilliant artifacts and variety of Gujarati outfits.
Courtyard by Marriott Ahmedabad Hotel
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Ramdev Nagar Cross Road, Satellite Road, Ahmedabad, India
Combining a luxurious setting with first-rate amenities, the Courtyard Hotel Ahmedabad offers an outdoor pool, a sauna and a jacuzzi. It offers panoramic views of the pool, stylish rooms with flat-screen TVs and personalised service.
Guests of the Courtyard Hotel Ahmedabad can exercise at the gym, or visit the spa and wellness centre for a massage. It also offers conference room(s), a 24 hour reception and a lift. There is a gift shop and a shopping mall within the hotel building.
The spacious rooms at the Courtyard by Marriott Ahmedabad Hotel include tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and cable / satellite channels. Each is equipped with a DVD player, a refrigerator and a mini bar and room service is available. All the air conditioned rooms at the Courtyard Hotel Ahmedabad are also soundproofed.
The Courtyard Hotel Ahmedabad has its own on-site restaurant, perfect for those who prefer to dine in. Alternatively, there is a wide selection of international restaurants just a short stroll away. For added luxury, guests can choose to have their breakfast served in the comfort of their own room.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD) is less than a 30-minute drive from the Courtyard Hotel Ahmedabad. Vastrapur Lake and Lalbhai Dalpatram College of Engineering are within a 10-minute drive of the property.
Spa - O2 has 4 treatment rooms. Services include massages, body treatments, and manicures and pedicures.
The spa is open daily.
Dining - MoMo Cafe - This coffee shop specializes in international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A children's menu is available. Open 24 hours.
Review of tourist attractions - Modhera
The stunning Sun Temple, located 102km (63 miles) northwest of Ahmedabad, was built by King Bhimdev I in 1026, and is perhaps the state's highlight in
religious architecture, and well worth a visit en route to Dasada, or even a day's outing from Ahmedabad together with Patan. In tribute to its solar deity
it was designed in the Solanki style so as to capture the dawn sunlight on the image of Surya, the sun god, during the equinoxes. Set in lush peaceful
grounds one approaches first to the Surya Kund, a beautifully proportioned rectangular baoli (step well) containing over 100 shrines to Ganesh, Vishnu,
and Shiva. There is a wonderful view from the side that looks directly on to the Main Hall and the Shrine's pillared pavilions and one can immediately appreciate the perfect proportions of this intricate, modest complex.
Ahmedabad: From Royal city to Megacity [Kindle Edition]
Founded in 1411 by Sultan Ahmed Shah on the banks of the river Sabarmati, Ahmedabad is today India's seventh largest city and also one of the subcontinent's few medieval cities which continues to be prosperous and important.
Soon after it was established, the royal city of Ahmedabad became the commercial and cultural capital of Gujarat. When the Mughal Empire annexed Gujarat in 1572, Ahmedabad lost its political pre-eminence, but continued to flourish as a great trading centre connecting the silk route with the spice route.
Briefly under the Marathas in the eighteenth century, Ahmedabad experienced a dimming of its fortunes, but with the beginning of British control from the early nineteenth century the city reasserted its mercantile ethos, even as it began questioning age-old social hierarchies. The opening of the first textile mill in 1861 was a turning point and by the end of the century Ahmedabad was known as the Manchester of the East. When Gandhi returned to India from South Africa in 1915, looking for a place where he could establish 'an institution for the whole of India', it was Ahmedabad he chose. With the setting up of his Sabarmati Ashram, the great manufacturing centre also became a centre for new awakening.
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