Located on the southern end of Jharkhand, Jamshedpur is the most populated city of the state and home to the bustling iron and steel industry of the country. This planned industrial city was founded by Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata. The city is also known by the names Tata Nagar and Steel City. The rivers Subarnarekha and Kharkai along with the Dalmia Hills, naturally form the boundaries of the city. Jamshedpur stays reasonably well-connected to other major cities in India by way of railways, roadways, and airways. The climate of Jamshedpur follows the pattern of scorching hot summers, followed by a stint of monsoon downpours, and then cold winters. Tata Steel is headquartered in Jamshedpur. Apart from them, L&T, JUSCO, TRF, Adhunik Group, and Telcon have also set up offices in the city. Being an industrial city, there is no dearth of business hotels in Jamshedpur. These hotels in Jamshedpur for business travellers are mostly located in the vicinity of the city’s business districts, corporate offices/outlets, and special economic zones (SEZs) which are specifically made to enhance business activities. Free Wifi connectivity, conference rooms with ample seating capacity, speedy check-ins and checkouts are some of the usual facilities offered by business hotels. Such hotels also remain accessible given any time of the day. An on-site restaurant (or two) where you can organize a business lunch/dinner/party is commonly part of business hotels. Although you might be visiting Jamshedpur on business, you should certainly check out some of it's tourist spots such as Tata Steel Zoological Park, Nicco Jubilee Park, Rankini Mandir, Modi Park, Dalmia Wildlife Sanctuary, Jamshedpur Coin Museum, Bhubaneswari Temple, and Joggers Park. When it comes to dining out, restaurants such as Novelty Restaurant, The Blue Diamond Restaurant, La Gravitea, Little Italy, and Biryani House are excellent choices. If shopping interests you, head to Centenary Mall or P&M Hitech City Centre Mall.
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