The 'Gateway to Northeast India', Guwahati is an important commercial hub in the region. The city is home to a number of educational institutions, hospitals, shopping malls, ancient temples, and multiplexes. An important artery in the Northeastern region, one has to pass through Guwahati if travelling by train or road to Nagaland (Dimapur - by train), Manipur and Mizoram (via road) and Arunachal Pradesh (by train and road). The Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Airport in Guwahati connects the Northeast with the rest of the country and flights from here make their way to international destinations as well. Though chaotic and crowded, Guwahati is a charming city that boasts pleasant weather making it a must-visit destination. There are a number of four-star hotels in Guwahati that provide quality rooms and services to those willing to pay. You will find such hotels located away from the noise and pollution of the city, thus promising and peaceful and relaxing stay. These luxurious hotels come with a plethora of amenities and facilities, some of which include an in-house swimming pool, travel desk assistance, a restaurant that serves global cuisine. Some of these four-star hotels come with business centres and conference rooms that can be rented by corporates. An in-house gym, a bar, cab hiring facilities and a travel help desk. Posh and exuberant, these hotels are usually spread over 4 floors and a worth the money spent. Popular tourist attractions to explore in Guwahati include Nehru Park, Shila Devi Balaji Temple and Northbrook Gate. Kamakhya Temple is an ancient sacred site that just has to make it to your travel itinerary. Chung Fa, Bamboo Shoots, Spice Route, Confucius and Naga Kitchen are popular restaurants to try here. If you are up for shopping, try Fancy Bazaar and the famous Paltan Bazaar. For entertainment, Dreamland Amusement Park is the place to be - filled with water slides, go-karting, a snow park and much more.
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