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Where to stay in Hyderabad

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Few cities are as majestic as Hyderabad; fewer still have such a startling contrast between old grandeur and modern glamour. The Old City, founded on the pearl industry, is bejewelled with intricate Islamic architecture, cupola-topped tombs and impressive fortresses. The new town, locally known as Cyberabad, is a pulsating, hi-tech district of shiny glass and hyper-modern buildings powered by the giants of the IT industry. Connecting them is the glittering Hussain Sagar Lake, presided over by a giant, monolithic Buddha.

Things to see

Charminar, with its 4 soaring minarets, is the iconic landmark of Hyderabad. Like a grander, more ornate Arc de Triomphe, it stands at one of the city’s busiest traffic intersections, but inside, it is a world of calm, with a mosque on its higher levels and a Hindu temple at the base of one of the towers – demonstrating some of India’s unique faith diversity in one beautiful building. To the north, Hussain Sagar Lake is a photogenic beauty day and night, either shining in the sun or illuminated with luxury pleasure boats and the bright lights of the bars, clubs and restaurants lining its banks. It’s a favourite spot for Hyderabad’s young, rich, tech generation to play on speedboats and party on yachts. In the new western district of Cyberabad, the Inorbit Mall has more hedonistic pleasure, with enough shopping, entertainment and dining options to keep you entertained for hours.

Hotels in Hyderabad

Hyderabad has a huge range of hotels, from big brand luxury hotels to independent guesthouses and serviced apartments. All the luxury hotels in Hyderabad are set up for both business and leisure visitors, with contemporary rooms fitted with the latest technology. Full service spas and business centres are provided onsite, while limo and shuttle services get you around. Hyderabad’s budget hotels provide traditionally-decorated rooms, usually with tea and coffee making facilities and TVs. There are also self-catering apartments aimed at business travellers.

Where to stay

If you are visiting Hyderabad on a leisure break, then the Old City is the best place to stay. Here, you’ll have the majority of the attractions and sights within easy reach, including the mosques, palaces and tombs of the old town. There is a wide choice of mid-range and budget hotels here. Between the Old City and Cyberabad, the Banjara Hills district provides some of the most exclusive hotels, and is close to Hussain Sagar Lake. Hitec City, meanwhile, is where business visitors can find a bed for the night, whether in an opulent hotel or a serviced apartment.

How to get to Hyderabad

Hyderabad benefits from a highly modern, international airport, which receives flights from all over the world, as well as from many other Indian cities. At the terminal, there is a well-organised bus shuttle bus system with different lines serving different parts of town. These buses are modern and air-conditioned. Alternatively, you can take approved airport taxis, which you can pay for within the terminal for a stress-free journey. It takes about 30 minutes to reach the Old City, traffic-dependent. Once in the centre, there are buses, taxis and autorickshaws to get you around, and a new metro system is underway.

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