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Hotel Grand Imperial
M G Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Hotel Grand Imperial, Agra, India , ( Taj Mahal )
Hotel Pushp Villa , Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Locations : Delhi 203 kms , Jaipur 235 kms , Mathura 45 km , Balabgarh 153 km

WelcomHerltage's Grand Imperial offers enough history to keep guests engrossed for days on end. There are special rooms, old mementos, photographs and macho stories of courage and velour that can be recounted over and over again. located in the heart of the city of Agra, the hot seat of the Mughal Empire, the 100 year old WelcomHerltage Grand Imperial is constructed of biscuit bricks commonly refer red to as Lahori bricks.

Hotel Grand Imperial, Agra, India , ( Taj Mahal )

Which were also used in the construction of the world renowned monument of love - The Taj Mahal and the Red Fort, Post World War II, the Imperial Hotel, as was then known, played hosts to distinguished guests such as The Crown Princes of England and Japan, Prince Aga Khan, Shri Moti Lal Nehru, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Jai Prakash Narayan and renowned cinema personalities such as Dilip Kumar, Madhubala and others..

Hotel Grand Imperial, Agra, India , ( Taj Mahal )

Accommodation

30 Rooms & Suites in the Grand Imperial

Hotel Grand Imperial, Agra, India , ( Taj Mahal )

Dinning

A multi-cuisine restaurant serving Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine

Hotel Grand Imperial, Agra, India , ( Taj Mahal )

Services and Facilities

  • 30 rooms and suites
  • Swimming pool
  • Health Club and Spa
  • Running hot and cold water
  • Bar
  • Multi-cuisine restaurant
  • 24-hour room service
  • Conference and banquet facilities
  • Television with satellite channels
  • Activity room
  • Telephone facility

Approx. Room Tariff
Deluxe Room : Rs 9,500
Chamber of Princess : Rs 15,500
Luxury Tax : 10%

About Agra : Agra is an old city and it is said that its name was derived from Agrabana, A forest that finds mention in the epic Mahabharata. In more recent times Agra came into prominence when Sikandar Lodi made it his capital city in 1501. The Lodi rule was to end very soon and Agra passed into the possession of the Mughals. It was during the time of the third emperor Akbar that Agra came into its own. He embarked on the construction of the massive Agra Fort in 1565. Though Akbar was diverted into building a new capital at Fatehpur Sikri not far away, Agra continued to retain its importance and Shah Jehan, Akbar's grandson ornamented the city with that masterpiece of mughal architecture - the Taj Mahal and built several other beautiful buildings within the Agra Fort.

 

 
 
 

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