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  • Deluxe Room

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    Room facilities:2 Mineral Water Bottles Per Day, 24-Hour Concierge, 24-Hour Room Service, 42 Inch or Larger H D TV With 250 Channels, Crib Upon Request, Data Port, Fruit Basket With The Selection Of Seasonal Fruits, Hairdryer, High-Speed Internet Up to 4 Mbps, In-Room Safe, Individual Air Conditioning Control, Iron/ironing board upon request, Marble Bath Room, Mini bar, Morning Newspaper, Robes, Tea/Coffee Maker(with the selection of English tea, green tea (Twigs)

    An ideal living space for business or leisure travelers, the Deluxe Rooms overlook a dynamic city view. For personal entertainment, the rooms provide broadband internet 4 mbps. Your marble bathroom comes with a shower, power shower and double vanity. Approximate size – 290 square feet.

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    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:290 square feet

  • Executive Room

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    Room facilities:2 Mineral Water Bottles Per Day, 24-Hour Concierge, 24-Hour Room Service, 42 Inch or Larger H D TV With 250 Channels, Crib Upon Request, Data Port, Fruit Basket With The Selection Of Seasonal Fruits, Hairdryer, High-Speed Internet Up to 4 Mbps, In-Room Safe, Marble Bath Room, Mini bar, Morning Newspaper, Robes, Rollaway Upon Request, Separate Sitting Area, Seperate Work Area, Tea/Coffee Maker(with the selection of English tea, green tea (Twigs)

    Modern decor welcomes visitors to the 550-sq-ft guestroom appointed with, separate sitting area and spacious bedroom stocked mini bar . A spacious bathroom with the facility of power shower, bath tub, hand shower. The 550 square feet luxurious suite offers a Bedroom and a living area. An added amenity in the room is the extensive pillow-menu including Memory foam pillow and Body pillow as options to aid sound sleep.

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    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:550 Sqaure Feet

  • Standard Room

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    Room facilities:24 Hour Laundry Service, 24-Hour Room Service, 32 inch LCD TV Channels, Cable/Satellite TV Channels, Concierge, Crib Upon Request, Data Port, Hairdryer, Iron/ironing board upon request, Morning Newspaper, Robes, Safety Lookers, Speakerphone, Special Welcome Amenities, Tea/Coffee maker, Thermostat, Two Bottles of Complimentary Mineral Water, Writing Desk

    Standard Room: will be comprised of an entrance hall with the size of 190 sq.ft bedroom, Wardrobe, bathroom and all other room facilities.

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    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:190 sq.ft

  • Twin Room

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    Room facilities:24 Hour Laundry Service, 24-Hour Room Service, 42 Inch or Larger H D TV With 250 Channels, Concierge, Data Port, Direct Telephone Line, Hairdryer, Iron/ironing board upon request, Mini bar, Morning Newspaper, Private and en-suite toilet/bathroom with Power shower, hand shower with all amenities, Robes, Speakerphone, Tea/Coffee Maker(with the selection of English tea, green tea (Twigs), Wake Up Alarm Facilities, Wall Filtted Hairdryers, Wireless Internet Connection

    Bed size:100 cm/ 39 inches

  • Physically challenged Room

    24 Hour Wheel Chair Service

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    Room facilities:24 Hour Laundry Service, 24-Hour Room Service, Concierge, Crib Upon Request, Data Port, Morning Newspaper, Robes, Safety Lookers, Speakerphone, Special Welcome Amenities, Tea/Coffee maker, Thermostat, Two Bottles of Complimentary Mineral Water, Writing Desk

    We offer one beautiful room specially designed for physically challenged guests.  These rooms are located on the first floor, close to the fire exits and near the left.  Some of the features include a ramp for easy access to the rooms, wheelchair-accessible doors, a portable bath bench and rails and an adapted writing desk and vanity unit to allow wheelchair access.

    All facilities will be accessible to disabled persons in compliance with the relevant statutory regulations, including provision like room has short distance from breakfast place .It has facilities for  walking disabled including shower seat and hand rails, low steps to shower room and shower .easy to operate showers and bathroom amenities .we promise  to take care of the guest.

Check-in time

2:00pm

Check-out time

12:00pm

Facilities

  • 2 Mineral Water Bottles Per Day
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 42 Inch or Larger H D TV With 250 Channels
  • Crib Upon Request
  • Data Port
  • Hairdryer
  • In-Room Safe
  • Iron/ironing board upon request
  • Mini bar
  • Morning Newspaper
  • Robes
  • Rollaway Upon Request
  • Separate Sitting Area
  • Special Welcome Amenities
  • Tea/Coffee Maker(with the selection of English tea, green tea (Twigs)

Internet

High-Speed Internet Up to 4 Mbps

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Amritsar

Amritsar is one of the largest cities of the Punjab state in India. The city origin lies in the village of Tung, and was named after the lake founded by the fourth Sikh Guru Ram Das in 1574 on land bought by him for 700 rupees from the owners of the village of Tung.[3] Earlier, Guru Ram Das had begun building Santokhsar Sarovar, near the village of Sultanwind in 1564 (according to one source in 1570). It could not be completed before 1588. In 1574, Guru Ram Das built his residence and moved to this place. At that time, it was known as Guru Da Chakk. (Later, it came to be known as Chakk Ram Das.)

Amritsar’s central walled city has narrow streets mostly developed in the 17th and 18th century. The city is a peculiar example of an introverted planning system with unique areas called Katras. The Katras are self-styled residential units that provided unique defence system during attacks on the city.

The city lies on the main Grand Trunk Road (GT Road) from Delhi to Amritsar connecting to Lahore in Pakistan. The G. T. Road, built by Sher Shah Suri, runs through the whole of the northern half of the Indian subcontinent, connecting Peshawar, Pakistan to Sonargaon, Bangladesh. The city is also connected to most other major cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta by an extensive network of rail system. The city also provides air connectivity to major Indian cities, as well as international cities such as Birmingham, Toronto, Dubai, Singapore, Tashkent, Ashgabat, London etc. from the Raja Sansi International Airport, recently renamed as Guru Ramdas International Airport. The airport is being developed for increasing demand in future; a new International inbound and outbound terminal is operational, and a cargo terminal is under construction. The city is the administrative center for the Amritsar District. However, it did not become the industrial center of Punjab due to its proximity to the volatile Indo-Pakistan border.

Jallianwala Bagh massacre

The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, involving the killing of hundreds of Indian civilians on the orders of a senior British military officer, Reginald Edward Harry Dyer, took place on 13 April 1919 in the heart of Amritsar, the holiest city of the Sikhs, on a day sacred to them as the birth anniversary of the Khalsa (Vaisakhi day).

In the Punjab, during World War I (1914–18), there was considerable unrest particularly among the Sikhs, first on account of the demolition of a boundary wall of Gurdwara Rakab Ganj at New Delhi and later because of the activities and trials of the Ghadrites almost all of whom were Sikhs. In India as a whole, too, there had been a spurt in political activity mainly owing to the emergence of two leaders Mohandas Karamchand (Mahatma) Gandhi (1869–1948) who after a period of struggle against the British in South Africa, had returned to India in January 1915 and Mrs Annie Besant (1847–1933), head of the Theosophical Society of India, who established, on 11 April 1916, Home Rule League with autonomy for India as its goal. In December 1916, the Indian National Congress, at its annual session held at Lucknow, passed a resolution asking the king to issue a proclamation announcing that it is the “aim and intention of British policy to confer self-government on India at an early date.”[4]

On 10 April 1919, Satya Pal and Saifuddin Kitchlew, two popular proponents of the Satyagraha movement led by Gandhi, were called to the deputy commissioner’s residence, arrested and sent off by car to Dharamsetla, a hill town, now in Himachal Pradesh. This led to a general strike in Amritsar. Excited groups of citizens soon merged into a crowd of about 50,000 marching on to protest to the deputy commissioner against the arrest of the two leaders. The crowd, however, was stopped and fired upon near the railway foot-bridge. According to the official version, the number of those killed was 12 and of those wounded between 20 and 30. Evidence before an inquiry of the Indian National Congress put the number of the dead between 20 and 30.

Three days later, on 13 April, the traditional festival of Baisakhi, thousands of Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus gathered in the Jallianwala Bagh. An hour after the meeting began as scheduled at 16:30, Dyer arrived with a group of sixty-five Gurkha and twenty-five Baluchi soldiers. Without warning the crowd to disperse, Dyer blocked the main exits and ordered his troops to begin shooting toward the densest sections of the crowd. Firing continued for approximately ten minutes. A British inquiry into the massacre placed the death toll at 379. The Indian National Congress determined that approximately 1,000 people were killed.

Culture & history

Amritsar is one of the largest cities of the Punjab state in India. The city origin lies in the village of Tung, and was named after the lake founded by the fourth Sikh Guru Ram Das in 1574 on land bought by him for 700 rupees from the owners of the village of Tung.[3] Earlier, Guru Ram Das had begun building Santokhsar Sarovar, near the village of Sultanwind in 1564 (according to one source in 1570). It could not be completed before 1588. In 1574, Guru Ram Das built his residence and moved to this place. At that time, it was known as Guru Da Chakk. (Later, it came to be known as Chakk Ram Das.) Amritsar's central walled city has narrow streets mostly developed in the 17th and 18th century. The city is a peculiar example of an introverted planning system with unique areas called Katras. The Katras are self-styled residential units that provided unique defence system during attacks on the city. The city lies on the main Grand Trunk Road (GT Road) from Delhi to Amritsar connecting to Lahore in Pakistan. The G. T. Road, built by Sher Shah Suri, runs through the whole of the northern half of the Indian subcontinent, connecting Peshawar, Pakistan to Sonargaon, Bangladesh. The city is also connected to most other major cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta by an extensive network of rail system. The city also provides air connectivity to major Indian cities, as well as international cities such as Birmingham, Toronto, Dubai, Singapore, Tashkent, Ashgabat, London etc. from the Raja Sansi International Airport, recently renamed as Guru Ramdas International Airport. The airport is being developed for increasing demand in future; a new International inbound and outbound terminal is operational, and a cargo terminal is under construction. The city is the administrative center for the Amritsar District. However, it did not become the industrial center of Punjab due to its proximity to the volatile Indo-Pakistan border.
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