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Treebo Siddharth

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Hotels in Ajmer

One of the major cities of Rajasthan, Ajmer is cosily tucked away in the Aravalli Mountains. Well connected by road and rail to Jaipur and Udaipur, Ajmer is popular with tourists throughout the year. It is also a converging point of pilgrimage centres for two major faiths – Pushkar and the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. A trip to Ajmer can be made at any time during the year, but it is especially pleasant in the winter months from October to February. There are a plethora of hotels for guests to choose from. The hotels in Ajmer city range from three-star to five-star hotels, pool hotels, spa hotels, royal and palace hotels, lake view hotels, and budget hotels in Ajmer.

Treebo Hotels in Ajmer

Booking a hotel in Ajmer becomes easy with Treebo’s accommodation, which is among some of the best hotels in Ajmer, ranging from INR 1199 to INR 2699. Treebo Siddharth, for instance, is easily one of the best budget hotels in Ajmer. The hotel offers quality service and is located conveniently for newcomers to the city. Pushkar, where the annual Pushkar fair is held, is only 10 kilometres from here. All the rooms are air-conditioned and come with an LCD TV and Wi-Fi.

Things to Experience in Ajmer City

Ajmer has a religious significance for many Muslims, with the final resting places of both Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti and Khwaja Husain Chisty Rehamatullah located here. The Mughals, who were followers of these saints, built shrines here to commemorate them. The Mayo College built by the British is the perfect blend of Indian architecture with the Gothic style of architecture. The Anasagar Lake is a manmade lake built in the 12th Century by Maharaja Anaji. Both these architectural marvels have become icons in Ajmer over the years. Mughlai and Rajasthani food are extremely popular on the streets of Ajmer. Non-vegetarian food such as chicken biryani and sula kebab can be purchased from Dargah Bazaar. Other snacks to try in Ajmer are sohan halwa and kachoris. Naya Bazaar and Churi Bazaar are some other places where you can go shopping in Ajmer to your heart’s delight. Clothes, bags, handicrafts and ladieswear all find a spot here. So the next time you are in this Rajasthani city, keep in mind Treebo hotels in Ajmer that offer quality service, a convenient location and a stay experience worth every penny.

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