Nestled just a few meters from the Railway Station and 15 minute drive from Airport, Centrally located amidst the busiest traffic bustling all day and night yet once inside ‘Manila’ the calm, serene atmosphere will definitely take you by surprise. Whether you are on a business or a leisure trip we have the appropriate choice of elegantly designed rooms offering you excellent comfort and service where your stay will precisely be a comfortable and a pleasant one wherein you can cherish its fond memories for years to come. Being very close to the Railway Station all the places be it a Markets, Malls, Multiplex, Banks, Restaurants etc. all are easily accessible.
At ‘Manila’ We ensure that all your innermost desires are met with utmost satisfaction as we constantly strive day in and out to make you feel special and of course at home after a hard day’s work and are always successful in attaining our mission, fulfilling your each and every need, however small they seem to be.
We definitely would love you to be amidst us to experience the warmth of a sweet home, whatsoever you need just let us know and it would be done gracefully.
Your visit would really be an honor for us, just do drop in once and experience for yourself the grand royal feeling being showered on you by our professional staff who are all ever geared up to serve you in the best possible manner they can.
Ahmedabad founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah in the 15th Century, once called ‘Manchester of the East’, the glory reigns is rich in its own Cultural and Heritage tradition still going Vibrant each moment.
Right from the center to the outskirts of the city one finds Historical Monuments which explains in itself grandeur of the city. A visit to the Sidi Saiyed Mosque, Sarkhej Roza, Bhadra Fort, Jama Masjid, Adalaj Steps, Gandhi Ashram will really leave you spellbound. Worshiping of beautiful Temples such as Iscon Temple, Vaishnav Devi Temple, Swaminarayan Temple, Hutheesingh Jain Temple brings inner peace.
It’s not only home to number of tourists but also an excellent Educational Center where one can boast of having reputed Institutions such as IIM, AMA, NID, EDI, NIFT, Nirma, Cept University thus placing us on the world map of late the Medical Hub too is blooming to its full. Ahmedabad’s handicraft created by professional Artisans too play an important role which attracts visitors from all nook and corners of the universe.
Can’t really forget to mention the fervor of festivals celebrated Navratri - Festival of Nine Nights, Uttarayan - Kite flying festival, people just have their own way of celebrating greeting, reciprocating, forgiving. When it comes to feasting on delicacies though there are plenty of Restaurants of different Cuisines, the best place to enjoy one’s night out is the ‘Manekchock’ – a night eating out joint where hundreds throng to have various dishes to select from.
Business, Cultural activities, Events, Museums, Malls, Art Galleries, Nature and other recreational parks, Shopping the list is endless is what one will witness when in Megacity - Ahmedabad – The Most Happening City.
The Land of the Legends, stands bordered by Pakistan and Rajasthan in the north east, Madhya Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra and the Union territories of Diu, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the south. The Arabian Sea borders the state both to the west and the south west.
The State took it’s name from the Gujjars, who ruled the area during the 700’s and 800’s. Stone Age settlements around Sabarmati and Mahi rivers indicate the same time as that of the Indus Valley Civilization while Harappan centres are also found at Lothal, Rampur, Amri and other places.
Rock Inscriptions in the Girnar Hills show that the Maurya Emperor Ashoka, extended his domain into Gujarat in about 250 BC. With it’s fall, the control of the region came under the Sakas or Scythians. During the 900’s the Solanki Dynasty came to power and Gujarat reached it’s greatest extent. Then followed a long period of Muslim rule. Ahmed I, the first independent Muslim ruler of Gujarat, found Ahmedabad in 1411. The Mughal Emperor Akbar conquered Malwa and Gujarat in 1570s.
Gujarat was divided into princely states. After the Indian Independence in 1947, all of Gujarat except Saurashtra and Kutchh became part of Bombay State until May 1, 1960, when the Government split Bombay state into the States of Maharashtra and Gujarat.