Hotels in Srinagar

Hotels in Srinagar

Hotel Azad

Hotel Azad

Hotel Azad Srinagr is a fully furnished and well located hotel where the priority is comfort.The hotel is just walking distance aw...

Rs 1,450Per night

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Hotel Grand Tabiyah

Hotel Grand Tabiyah2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

Srinagar - dubbed by many writers the 'Venice of the East', a friendly town, bubbling with life, swiriling bazaars, riddled with a...

Rs 2,800Per night

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Hotel Star of Kashmir

Hotel Star of Kashmir3 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

The Hotel Star of Kashmir is located very close to central and markets around it and only 10 minutes to Srinagar International air...

Rs 2,500Per night

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Aman palace

Aman palace2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

Hotel Aman Palace is located in Srinagar's, picturesque area of Brein Nishat, near the famous Mughal Gardens, Nishat Bagh. Himalay...

Rs 2,700Per night

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Hotel Paradise

Hotel Paradise3 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

Our prestigious Hotel Paradise is located right at the Boulevard Road Srinagar. We provide modern, international standard accommod...

Rs 4,200Per night

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Impex Hill Resort

Impex Hill Resort3 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

Impex Hill Resorts is a fully furnished where the priority is comfort. The staff members welcome guests to the hotel and are keen ...

Rs 5,000Per night

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Hotel Welcome Srinagar

Hotel Welcome Srinagar3 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar2 star hotel in srinagar

Hotel Welcome Residency, Srinagar offers luxury and comfort that makes this hotel ideal for all travelers visiting the beautiful c...

Rs 7,000Per night

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About srinagar

Srinagar is the largest city of the Kashmir Valley and the summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It lies on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, and Dal and Anchal lakes. The city is famous for its gardens, waterfronts and houseboats. It is also known for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and dried fruits.
The city is said to have been named by the King Pravarasena II over 2,000 years ago, named it Parvasenpur. Kalhana notes in Rajatarangini that Maurya Emperor Ashoka built the city of Srinagari in the 3rd century BC and also built many stupas in Kashmir. The city was then a part of the Maurya Empire, one of the largest empires of the Indian subcontinent.Ashoka introduced Buddhism to the Kashmir valley, and the adjoining regions around the city became a centre of Buddhism.In the 1st century, the region was under the control of Kushans, based out of modern Pakistan and Afghanistan. Several rulers of this dynasty strengthened the Buddhist tradition.Vikramaditya (of Ujjain) and his successors probably ruled the regions just before the city fell to the control of the Huns-a nomadic tribe from central Asia in the 6th century, and Mihirkula was the most dreaded ruler of the city and the valley.Srinagar became the capital of Kashmir around 960 CE, under the rule of the Hindu Shahis of Kabul