|Most expensive month:||September|
|Average price in Hyderabad:||S$ 123/night|
|Cheapest price found:||S$ 6/night|
|Most expensive day:||Monday|
Holiday Inn Express Hyderabad Hitec City
Survey No. 35 Phoenix Avance, Hyderabad, India
Avg. per night
Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.
Set against the foothills of South India’s Deccan Plateau, Hyderabad is a historical city with two distinct faces. The Old City’s archaeological treasures and ancient spice markets draw an international crowd, while the new Hi-Tech-City, dubbed “Cyberabad”, impresses with its glimmering malls, multiplexes and sleek restaurants.
Hyderabad’s most remarkable sight is Golconda Fort, a 16th-century citadel built atop a lofty granite hill surrounded by mighty ramparts and ringed towers. Trek to the summit for striking vistas of Hyderabad’s hazy inner city and rugged Deccan Mountains. Allow at least two hours to explore the fort’s ancient gateways, gardens, mosques and temples.
Marvel at the magnificent Qutb Shahi tombs and uncover the secrets of the seven sultans buried in the interactive museum. Located two kilometres from Golconda Fort, the 21 granite tombs are an impressive example of Islamic architecture, consisting of beautifully carved stone sculptures and serene landscaped gardens.
Visit the Charminar, an elaborate monument built to commemorate the founding of Hyderabad. The 56-metre-tall structure is a symbol of the city and features four golden minarets. Climb to the first floor for magnificent views of the old town.
No visit to Hyderabad is complete without exploring the Charminar Bazaar, a labyrinth of laneways crowded with spice markets, jewellery merchants and local artisans. Find a unique souvenir to take home, like Bidriware, an intricate metal handicraft dating back 400 years.
Hyderabad is a one-hour drive or 1.5-hour bus journey from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. Hyderabad is connected by rail with other major India cities, including Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore. Local buses and taxis are the best transport options, with metered auto-rickshaws also available.
Users favour staying in areas such as Old Circle 5 (Circle 10), North Serilingampally (Circle 12), and L.B. Nagar & Gaddianarram (Circle 3). Consider these locations when searching for your desired stay.
Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre is a very popular hotel in Hyderabad, with a score of 7.9 from 1,121 reviews. Taj Falaknuma Palace (9.6 from 203 reviews) and Courtyard by Marriott Hyderabad (8.7 from 509 reviews) are also highly rated Hyderabad hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Fabhotel Mansingh Nampally is a good hotel close to Charminar - it has scored 7.1 over 129 reviews from HotelsCombined users.
Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre is the most recommended hotel near Hyderabad International Convention Centre on HotelsCombined (scoring 7.9 over 1,121 reviews).
If you’re planning to stay near Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, you should consider Marriott Executive Apartments Hyderabad, which has a score of 8.6 from 284 reviews.
Famous for its biryani, the South Indian city of Hyderabad is full of highly rated places to eat. From hotels in Hyderabad, you can visit numerous upscale restaurants and historic street-food carts and stalls, some of which date back to the mid 18th century. A Hyderabad accommodation like Ellaa Hotel Gachibowli, in the food hub of Gachibowli, will give you easy access to street food. Sardarji’s Chaat is renowned for North Indian dishes like dahi bhalla, samosa and papdi chaat, while for local biryani, Shah Ghouse is one of the most loved places in town, especially for their mutton biryani. If you’re after a food cart, Lakshman ki Bandi, located in Begum Bazaar, in the Charminar area, offers cheap and quality dosas, which are very popular for breakfast. For an interesting selection of beers flavours, such as coffee and banana to the downright weird like bubblegum, head to Zero40 Brewing. The bar has the appearance of a sports bar and comes complete with pool tables and large TVs.
For those coming to Hyderabad with their family, the city has plenty of theme parks to keep the little ones entertained. Elles World and Ocean Park are two of the biggest, offering plenty of fun rides for both adults and children, on land or in the water. Both are also situated west of the city, close to Gandipet. This makes Hyderabad hotels in the area like OYO 28419 D' Jade conveniently located, as well as more quiet and relaxed than the city centre.
Hyderabad is big, sprawling and full of things to do. You can enjoy the bustle of a traditional market or explore the historical monuments of this 400-year-old city, while the cosmopolitan side of the city brings plenty of dining, shopping and entertainment options to the city. Charminar is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hyderabad, a historic structure and mosque built in 1591 that has become the symbol of Hyderabad. Chowmahalla Palace is another aesthetic building worth visiting – it’s the former residence of the ruling family, with rooms displaying past treasures and relics. The Laad Bazaar, located right next to the Charminar, is one of the oldest and most popular shopping areas of Hyderabad, famous for bangles, gemstones, pearls and other jewellery. Those are just some of many attractions that are within walking distance of accommodation in Hyderabad like the Spot On 48871 Ay Hotel.
Hyderabad has a vibrant nightlife; although, it can be hard to find places serving alcohol after 23:00. Thursday and Friday nights are when clubs begin to fill, which in general can be found centred around Begumpet and Banjara Hills. Vivanta Hyderabad, Begumpet or Gis Select Banjara Hills make suitable accommodation options for those staying up late to have some fun.