Nearby Places to Visit

Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana in Southern India, is a vibrant metropolis known for its rich history, culture and cuisine. The city is home to iconic landmarks such as the Charminar, a 16th-century mosque with four grand arches and the Golconda Fort, a sprawling fortress known for its acoustic design and rich history. Hyderabad is also famous for its biryani, a delectable rice dish cooked with meat and aromatic spices, which is a must-try for visitors. The city seamlessly blends its traditional heritage with modern developments, making it a fascinating destination for tourists and a thriving hub for technology and business.

Best Places to Visit in HyderabadDistance from Our Hotel
Shilparamam6 Km
Durgam cheruvu10 Km
Hussain Sagar Lake14 Km
NTR Gardens13 Km
Lumbini Park14 Km
Jala Vihar14 Km
Qutub Shahi Tombs14 Km
Tank Bund14 Km
Golconda Fort15 Km
Salar jung museum15Km
Birla mandir15 Km
Birla Planetarium15 Km
Snow World18 Km
Charminar15 Km
Purani Haveli18 Km
Ramoji Film City15 Km
Chowmahalla Palace18 Km
Nehru Zoological Park15 Km
JNTU 500 m
KPHB Bus Stop200 m
Lulu Mall 1 Km
Nexus Mall2 Km



Shilparamam serves as a cultural arts and crafts enclave nestled in Madhapur, Hyderabad, within the Indian state of Telangana. This village was established with the vision of fostering and safeguarding India's rich heritage of handicrafts. It is a vibrant hub that celebrates ethnic festivals throughout the year.

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Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

The Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, situated in the areas of Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills in Hyderabad, Telangana, India, spans an area of about 390 acres (1.6 km²). In 1967, the palace within the park was bestowed upon Prince Mukarram Jah by his father, Prince Azam Jah, during his coronation. It gained the status of a National Park in 1998, following approval from the central government, initiated by the Andhra Pradesh state government. Prominently located in Jubilee Hills, this park is often referred to as a natural oasis within the city's urban landscape.

Golconda Fort

Golconda served as the main capital for the Qutub Shahi dynasty. Within its inner fort lie remnants of palaces and mosques, along with a hilltop pavilion. This pavilion, standing approximately 130 metres tall, offers a panoramic view of the surrounding structures. Unquestionably, Golconda Fort ranks among the most splendid fort complexes in India.


Birla Mandir

The Birlas built the Hyderabad temple in 1976 and constructed it with white marble imported from Rajasthan. The hillock is at a height of 280 feet situated on a 13-acre plot. The construction took almost a decade to complete and was consecrated in the same year by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission.