Radisson Hotel Khajuraho, Khajuraho
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Radisson Hotel Khajuraho, Khajuraho

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  • Destination 5.6/7
  • Location 5.4/7
  • Appearance 5.6/7
  • Front Office 5.6/7
  • Service 5.4/7
  • Room 5.6/7
  • Food & Drink 4.7/7
  • Activities 4.1/7

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Sumit Patidar
  • Sumit Patidar
  • Lives in Bhopal
  • 1 Review
  • 5.9/7
  • Posted 1 week ago
Myself Sumit from Bhopal, Last year I mean in Nov 2013 my wife and I were planning to have a three to four days tour vacation at any place within Madhya Pradesh. Then we planned to move toward "Khajuraho" A lovely romantic place for any couple to visit and a best place for us and The hotel Radisson there completed our trip by providing our all amenities along with their extraordinary services.

The Rooms were awesome, and as my wife and I are foodies so we always do search for a place where we can get the awesome Indian & Continental foods taste. The services at anytime is the best part of the Hotel Radisson. From that trip till today every time I prefer only and only Hotel Radisson not only at Khajuraho But all around India & can't stop myself from advising other to do the same. So go on and select Hotel Radisson, you all will enjoy this decision.
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Abhishek singh Bhadauria
  • Abhishek singh Bhadauria
  • Lives in Kanpur
  • 1 Review
  • 5.1/7
  • Posted Jul 6, 2013
Khajuraho is a great historical place in the world map and I visited Khajuraho with my 3 friends and we checked in Hotel Radisson and all of us were very much delighted with the warm welcome with the cool fruit juices. Room as good and nicely decorated and from the balcony we can see pool with lush green garden. The most beautiful place is its Restaurant where we enjoyed our food with light music. Food was good and service was also very good. Staff of hotel always assist us. But I like to suggest to make booking in advance.
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Anshul  Agrawal
  • Anshul Agrawal
  • Lives in Jabalpur
  • 1 Review
  • 1.8/7
  • Posted Feb 2, 2013
It is worthless staying in the hotel in Khajuraho and the prices are too much.Drinks are of very lower quality.

Best Experience: EXIT GATE

Worst Experience: FOOD, BEVERAGES AND DRINKS. ROOMS ALSO
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Sushrut Potdar
  • Sushrut Potdar
  • Critic
  • Lives in Pune
  • 2 Reviews
  • 5.6/7
  • Posted Jan 17, 2013
It was fantastic. Would definately love to visit back. The location and the overall appearance was too good. Spa facilities were upto the mark and totally relaxing. Overall would recommend without hesitation.

Best Experience: Rooms were very comfortable & the staff courteous and helpful.

Worst Experience: Entrance gets a bit crowded when busloads of tourists come in, but only for a very short time as the efficiency with which the staff deals with the new arrivals/departures is amazing.
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Shyam Cutinha
  • Shyam Cutinha
  • Cityslicker
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 12 Reviews
  • 7/7
  • Posted Oct 25, 2012
Too good and matchless, need to maintain on number 1 position in Kathmandu

Best Experience: Good Food

Worst Experience: Not came across
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Drdipankar Ghosh
  • Drdipankar Ghosh
  • Heritage seeker
  • 3 Reviews
  • 3.9/7
  • Posted Mar 16, 2012
Hotel is surrounded by nice gardens, but little far from the temple. Room was well designed & the hot water & cold water facilities were available. Food menu had limited stuff, quality was not that good.
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Vijay Bedi
  • Vijay Bedi
  • Critic
  • Lives in Bhopal
  • 2 Reviews
  • 5.6/7
  • Posted Feb 14, 2012
Decent hotel in Khajuraho... it was an enjoyable visit...
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Kavya Naik
  • Kavya Naik
  • Heritage seeker
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 5 Reviews
  • 5.6/7
  • Posted Jan 31, 2012
We also stayed at this hotel while our stay in khajuraho.It was a decent hotel. The rooms were small though. The surrounding ambiance also needs a little improvement.The food was good and fine. Had a decent stay.
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Ashutosh Bhardwaj
  • Ashutosh Bhardwaj
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 1 Review
  • 5.6/7
  • Posted Nov 21, 2010
overall experience was good but the quality as well verity of food should be improved..

Best Experience: the reception as well see off was good.

Worst Experience: i dont had any worst experience.
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Jaydutt Raval
  • Jaydutt Raval
  • Highlander
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 11 photos
  • 9 Reviews
  • 6.2/7
  • Posted Feb 14, 2008
Khajuraho is a wonderful place for history and culture buffs. Although reaching Khajuraho is not very easy, unless you are flying in from Delhi. We took a train from Mumbai to Satna (18 Hrs) and a Taxi from Satna to Khajuraho-Rs.700/- (1 and ½ hrs of back breaking journey). State transport is virtually non-existent. The Delhi-Khajuraho rail link is to commence from Jan 2009.

We stayed at the Radisson, which we realized is one of the places to stay at Khajuraho. The check in was smooth and efficient and the staff was sweet enough to allow us to choose our room. The lobby was welcoming with large sofa’s and water pools and small fountains dotting the entire place.The hotel is located at around 1 KM away from the Western Group of temples and you can reach there by Auto or Cycle rickshaw for around Rs.10/- or a lazy stroll of 10 minutes. . The hotel has a serene surrounding and the atmosphere is very relaxing.

The town is very quiet and safe and the people are absolutely friendly and helping. Time here loses meaning and you would for all practical purposes would not require your watch, the pace of life is slow, mellow and relaxed. The town is so small that within 1 day almost everyone knew us from the vendors at the bus stop to the richshaw drivers and just about all the shopkeepers and the restaurant staff at the Raja’s Café. Raja’s café is just opposite the entrance of the western group temples and is debatably the best eatery in the town and serves both Indian and Continental dishes. The Indian dishes are made considering the foreign tourist’s palate in mind. The son of a Swedish lady who had made Khajuraho her home runs the place.

The western group of temples is the most prolific and exhaustive of all the groups (Eastern Group consists of three Jain temples and southern has one Dhuladeo temple). One requires around 5-6 hours to explore the western group. The temples are built by different generations of the Chandela dynasty. The sculptures on the temples are exquisite and unlike popular imagination is not all about sex. It depicts the charm of daily social and family life. According to folklore the purpose of building the temple complex was to get people back to the social life, which was waning, with the advent of Buddhism.

The light and sound show at the temple complex is a must visit as it dramatically recreates the history of Khajuraho with Amitabh Bachchan’s soulful voice over.

The rooms were very luxurious and smallest of the details have been attended to. The rooms were very tastefully done and had the usual tea-coffee maker and a mini bar. The bathroom was fully stocked with all kinds of kits (Dental/Sewing, etc) so you don’t have to fret if you forgot get something. The room has a large balcony and offers a wonderful view of the pool. The doorframe of the balcony was a dampener as it was made of steel and shabbily painted and it opened and closed with a characteristic clank, it stood out like a sore thumb in an otherwise very tasteful interior. Thankfully the curtains, when drawn, cover this aberration.

The a-la-carte breakfast was amazing; the chef had tried his level best to serve Authentic South Indian cuisine. The Aloo paratha’s were out of the world!!! The hotel has a very large pool, with poolside sittings, which we didn’t use as the temperature was around 3 Degree Celsius. The bar was well stocked and unlike the restaurant, was not very steeply priced. The cocktails are passable (I tried the Ciaprinha) and it was far from good, stick to the basics here.
There is not much to do when you are not visiting the temples. The hotel does have a pool table, carom board, chess board and a library (not exhaustive)in the lobby. They also have a spa with Kerala massage facility.

Overall it was a wonderful experience at Radisson and Khajuraho would love to go back.

Best Experience: The 1000-year-old temples, the warm and friendly people.

Worst Experience: The Gym was namesake, too small and very very ill-equipped , not expected from a chain like Radisson.
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Radisson Hotel Khajuraho Overview

Radisson Hotel Khajuraho is located in By Pass Road, Khajuraho. This hotel was opened to guests in 1984. The hotel is 4 km away from Khajuraho Airport. The nearest railhead is Khajuraho Railway Stations which is 7 km away. The nearest Bus station is in Khajuraho and it is 0.5 km away. The hotel is 2 km away from restaurant, market, shops, bank and ATM counter. The property is 25 km away from Pandav water falls, 34 km from Raneh, 30 km from Panna National Park, 2 km from Light and sound program in the temples and Western and eastern temples.

Rooms and Amenities at Radisson Hotel Khajuraho

Overall there are 90 rooms, out of which 86 are Deluxe rooms and the remaining 4 are Suites. The hotel also has an in-house restaurant and a bar.

In-room facilities
STD/ISD
TV with remote
Safe deposit locker
Internet connectivity
Hot water supply
Room service
Free news papers
Refrigerator

Other facilities
Doctor on call
Travel desk
Car rental
Swimming pool
Gymnasium/Health club
Ayurvedic Massage
Yoga
Spa
Baby sitting
Laundry service
Conference hall
Car parking
Foreign exchange
Postal/Courier service
Credit cards acceptance
Pickup and drop
Sightseeing packages
Games


Radisson Hotel Khajuraho Address

Bypass Road
Khajuraho

Madhya Pradesh - 471606
India

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