BUSINESS HOTELS IN GUWAHATI
Guwahati, located in Assam, is the largest city in the Northeastern part of India. The city features amongst the fastest-growing in India with trade and manufacturing sectors having witnessed splendid growth if recent trends are to be believed. With the Brahmaputra river flowing on one side, and the Shillong plateau on the other, Guwahati acts a key tourist gateway to the rest of the Northeast. The area also houses exotic varieties of flora and fauna, rendering it an Indo-Burmese biodiversity hotspot. Guwahati can be accessed easily by road (NH 31 and NH 37), rail (Guwahati railway station), and air (Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport). Petroleum manufacturing, tea manufacturing and processing, are two industries where Guwahati has flourished over the years.With a vibrant economy, Guwahati attracts business personnel almost throughout the year. As such, a number of business hotels in Guwahati are currently in operation. The best business hotels in Guwahati are situated in/near prime business localities such as Paltan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar, and Beltola. They are often equipped with business-specific amenities such as free Wifi, on-site conference rooms (with relevant equipment and sufficient seating capacity), convenient all-day access, and fast check-in/check-outs. In-house restaurants offering breakfast, lunch and dinner are usually part of business hotels.Once you’re finished with your business conferences and meets, head to some of Guwahati’s famous tourist spots like Kamakhya Temple a hilltop place of worship dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya, Assam State Museum with its neat collection of exhibits from the Northeast, Umananda Temple an ancient temple set amidst tranquil surroundings, Dipor Bil a permanent freshwater reservoir, and Accoland an amusement park with both land and water rides. You can organize business/informal gatherings at restaurants such as Brooklyn Blues, Kalita Spectrum Dine, Barbeque Nation, Red Hot Chilli Pepper, The Woking Mama, and Moti Mahal Delux. For all your shopping needs, head to The Hub, Central Mall, Roodraksh Mall, or Times Square Mall.