Rooms & Suits | Dining | Banquet 1 – 250 Peoples | Banquet 2 – 90 Peoples
One of the most vibrant cities in India and blessed with amazing food taste, interesting heritage sites and exciting shopping carnivals, Gwalior is emerging as a fun & shopping place and currently experiencing a popularity resurgence as a leisure destination as well as a business hotspot. September to Feb is a great time to travel and to stay here, one of the popular choice among hotel is Hotel Ramaya, Gwalior.
Ramaya Hotel in Gwalior is one of the most iconic names in luxury hotels, and since its inception almost three years ago, has grown to nearly one of the world class hospitality and award winning hotel in India. Gwalior crowd and travelers loves spicy and tasty food due to which Hotel Ramaya introduced Wings-Sky Lounge- a roof-top restaurant which is becoming a very popular and favorite place based on food taste, aroma, live music. It is now a top choice in Gwalior knowns for its distinctive taste and elegance.
Hotel Ramaya Gwalior offering a new choice of hospitality, hygienic and delicious food, pleasant stay in one of the India’s renowned city by keeping it same level of high-end service, but in a more casual way, minus the butlers and fancy uniforms, and was designed to make guests feel comfortable even when dressing down. With its location in the center of the Gwalior and inside the lush green in surrounding, it has beautifully embraced the leisure traveler, though it has been booking a perfect 50-50 split of leisure and business and has vast capacity for meeting and events, with some of the biggest rooftop restaurant and conference hall in the city, all modular, expandable and state the art. However, unlike many other Gwalior hotels, it is designed in such a way to hold and carry big events for example upto 300-400 people without the typical guest even noticing, and it never has that ominous feeling that you are the only one on property without a name tag or badge.
But the biggest thing about the Ramaya’s urban hotel in Gwalior concept is space, location, and all the things that come with it, standouts in a city that is famously cramped and constrained. The hotel has extensive parking areas, rooftop Wings restaurant, Mehak Restaurant at the ground floor, gardens. The Hotel feel is so remarkable that since opening, locals have been flocking to the hotel, whether it’s for lunch along the pedestrian promenade at the extremely popular Mehak gourmet food hall, or for very popular sunset Happy Hour at Wings, the 6th-floor craft cocktail bar with a large indoor patio offering a scenery view of heritage fort of Gwalior.
The recreational offerings are great, the extra space concept also improves the guest room experience, with much larger than typical rooms for the city, all with floor to ceiling windows, modern technology, work space, walk-in rain showers and most with soaking tubs.
The Ramaya Hotel in Gwalior also offers a great slate of dining and drinking options, including an impressively presentation of meal day buffet with numerous live cooking stations for BBQ snacks—even a juicing bar—and an astonishing variety of international cuisines. There’s an upscale modern Cantonese eatery with several of the private dining rooms popular in Gwalior, creative bar snacks at Wings Lounge. But the real highlight is Mehak, the awesome creative Gwalior hawker-inspired food hall eatery, with numerous stalls representing many kinds of cuisine, different seating options. This has made Mehak one of the most popular spots for office lunches and watching sporting events. It’s lively, fun and the kind of place that guests could visit repeatedly without feeling repetitive, and is especially good for those looking to dip their toes into multicuisine Asian cuisine within their comfort zone.