Cheap Hotels in Agartala, Tripura

By | May 27, 2012

Cheap Hotels in Agartala

Agartala is the home of some interesting places like Buddha Temple, wild life sanctuary, beautiful hills and many other attractive places.  It has become the hot favorite spot for tourist and so looking at this demand there are some budget and luxury hotels that have come up.

 Between the months of September to March, all the hotels here are almost booked because it is the peak season to visit and there are various festivals that take place here.  During summer season it is preferable to stay at air conditioned hotel which also serves better hospitality with delicious food.  Also luxury hotels here are equipped with best amenities like LCD, WI-FI, and best interior that can help you to stay comfortably.

Many hotels will also provide you with tourist cars to have better and safe visit to different spots of Agartala.  Every hotel here is very well located in center point which will be easier for visitors to transport to spots that to be visited.

You book either in budget hotel or medium range hotel; it depends on your budget. Also there is some government guest house which is cheaper in price to stay. They also offer better staying option for visitors who want o stay for few days.

Cheap Hotels in Agartala

  • Ginger Hotel
  • Welcome Palace
  • City Centre  Hotel
  • Royal Guest House
  • Central Guest House

They are being well rated for their accommodation and amenities offered to visitors for stay. You can enjoy staying at any of these hotels and have a beautiful vacation with your family.

About Agartala
The capital of the Indian state of Tripura, Agartala is a spectacular state enriched with rich flora and fauna. The city of Agartala with spectacular natural beauty is a captivating destination for tourist.  Located just 2 km from Bangladesh, this state is situated in the north-eastern part of India. Agartala, an exotic world full of surprises offers a lot of activities for the tourists with magnificent palaces, colorful gardens, blue hills, unique temples, archaeological sites, wild life haunts and cool lakes. Tourism is an important industry of the state.

This planned city greatly inhabited by people of diverse cultures and backgrounds attracts tourists to visit this city over and over again. The remarkable architectural monuments grace this city to a great extent. The old British buildings in contrast with the red colored government buildings still in existence mesmerizes tourist amazingly.

Bamboo crafts and handlooms of Agartala are globally famous and a great source of revenue. Huge sources of Natural Gas also generate a considerable amount of revenue for the state.

Bengali and Kokborok (local tribal language) is widely spoken by the people of Agartala. Hindus constitute the majority of the population besides Muslims, Christians and Buddhists.

Tourist attractions

Ujjayanta Palace-Built in the Indo-Saracenic style by Maharaja Radhakishore Manikya which is presently the state legislative assembly is a major tourist attraction in Agartala. The splendid architecture and Mughal style garden of this palace is a unique feature of this state.

Ummaneshwar Temple and Jagganath Temple – These temples situated on each side of the ponds of Ujjayanta Palace is worth to visit.

Neer Mahal –   This lake palace built in the middle of the lake Rudrasagar, about 60 km away from Agartala, blended with   Hindu and Mughal architectural styles was the summer residence of Maharaja.

Venuban Vihar – A famous Buddhist temple attracts tourists to explore the beautiful and metal idols of Lord Buddha and Bodhisattva of Burmese origin.

Laxminarayan Temple & Durgabari – These beautiful temples are situated near Ujjayanta Palace.

Kunjaban Palace– Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel laureate poet composed many of his songs on this palace situated on a green-coated hillock.

Jampui Hills- Famous as the land of the eternal spring, Jampui Hills is located at a distance of about 195 km from the state of Agartala.

State Museum – It displays some of the exceptional ethnographical and archeological feature of the state.

Mata Tripureswari Temple – This temple is one the 51 peeth asthan (sacred place) of the Hindu devotees about 60 km away from Agartala at Udaipur.