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Hotel Sujata Rating3.5/5, based on 68 Review(s) Price: Rs. 2,400


Mon, 29 Jan – Tue, 30 Jan (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Hotel Sujata

Bodhgaya, Bodhgaya , 824231  |  Show on map

Rs. 2,400




Mon, 29 Jan - Tue, 30 Jan | 1 Room
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  • Standard Double Room

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  • Price for 1 Night
    Rs. 2,400
    • Hotel Charges Rs.2,400
    • Hotel GST Rs.288
    • Convenience Fee Rs.108
    • Yatra GST Rs.19
    • Total Amount Rs.2,815

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  • Price for 1 Night
    Rs. 2,635
    • Hotel Charges Rs.2,635
    • Hotel GST Rs.474
    • Convenience Fee Rs.124
    • Yatra GST Rs.22
    • Total Amount Rs.3,256

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  • Price for 1 Night
    Rs. 5,600
    • Hotel Charges Rs.5,600
    • Hotel GST Rs.1,008
    • Convenience Fee Rs.264
    • Yatra GST Rs.48
    • Total Amount Rs.6,920

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Excellent hotel for pilgrimage Excellent hotel for pilgrimage

by Songwl on January 5, 2018

Simple, neat, tidy, with polite staffs. A walking distance away from the main pilgrimage site. Near to the market and shops where local products are easily available. Highly recommended for visitors and pilgrims.

Buddh Gaya Convenient Pilgrimage Hotel Buddh Gaya Convenient Pilgrimage Hotel

by Mahinda W on January 1, 2018

Situated within walking distance or about 4 minutes drive by vehicle to Buddh Gaya.This is the place Lord Buddha achieved Enlightenment. Rooms are very clean large with good linen. Front office staff is helpful and efficiently manned.Restaurant is moderate. Cutlery seems to be in short supply. Environs tend to be dusty during December. Summing up a very convenient location for the Buddh Gaya pilgrims.

Nice staff, nice beds but unimpressed with it overall Nice staff, nice beds but unimpressed with it overall

by tvee2016 on December 29, 2017

We had booked a room 'with a view of the temple' only to find that our view was of a concrete wall. We were then offered a room up on the top floor which was in the throws of construction, we declined. The view up there was really no better. There really are no rooms with 'views' so don't think you are going to get one, even if they put it in writing (which they did to us prior to our stay). The cleanliness of the room left a lot to be desired, our kettle (jug) was absolutely filthy with some unknown entity smeared all around it's cover, the bathroom was shabby and the water cold. The inside of the refrigerator was dirty and we opted not to even use it. The food in the restaurant was just okay - we had breakfast included in our room rate, so made the most of that. The first night we arrived at 9pm so ate in the restaurant, very over-priced and pretty poor quality - even though the meals were big, they weren't very tasty or satisfying. Service generally good and they did try to please us which is a credit to each of them working hard. All in all, on the surface the place looks like it's fancy, but it is not. If you know all this and you still make a booking, then you will enjoy it for what it is. But don't expect it to be more than 2 star facility.

Pilgrimage to Bodhgaya Pilgrimage to Bodhgaya

by Wingwton on January 6, 2017

Excellent hotel to stay in considering Indian & intetnational standards. Service by all staff -reception (Dhamraj), restaurant waiters (Bikas, Om, etc), GM Mr Deepak, technical staff - plumbing, etc are all fantastic. They are also very grateful & appreciative that we have stayed at their hotel as it means continued wages to earn a decent living under their good & kind boss Mr Rahul. Such grateful staff who view us well is definitely unlike the service, thinking & attitude of hotel staff that i hv encountered during my 3 years posting in India especially in New Delhi who are usually haughty & try to overlord you as though i hv abused them before in our past lives & taking revenge. Such kindness in thought probably is the influence of Buddhism"s loving kindness teachings in Bodhgaya and i really like & respect such staff. It is not servitude that we r asking for but respect & compassion that we seek while we travel in one of the world's most difficult & challenging tourist destinations. I will certainly stay in Hotel Sujata when i next visit Bodhgaya in Bihar. All my earlier notions of a lawless & rough Bihar state being one of India's least developed states have been put to rest. Even the rickshaw/ cyclo & tuk tuk 3 wheeler drivers are friendly in comparison to some cities in india. The trick is respect & a smile when talking to anyone in Bihar for unlike other places in India they do reciprocate in kind and take pleasantries as weakness to be exploited. In any case, i stayed in the new wing and the rooms i stayed in and viewed were large, comfortable & the hot water works (winter). Except for the noisy creaking ceiling fans everything else works. As for the 3 meal package that i took up, it was worth every penny spent. No upset stomach. When in India, if u can pay a little more for better amenities; that extra bit will usually a hell lot of a differenxe between a pleasant passage to india or one that u may never wish to return to india ever again. For me, India is a land of extreme contrasts and full of contrafictions and paradoxes. Therein lies the mystical connotation of an Incredible India.

Polite stuff and good food Polite stuff and good food

by Hofstaetter on December 13, 2016

Not all rooms are nice so you should try to get a room in the new part of the hotel. Stuff is very helpful and served food is good. As the breakfast buffet is not always suitable for western taste you might want to order a la carte. In Bodhgaya definitely one of the best choices since it is rather centrally located.

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Demo Trip No matter what they tell you, there are no rooms with a view of the Mahabodi Temple...

by tvee2016 on December 29, 2017

Demo Trip Stay in the New Wing

by PereraArjuna on August 24, 2016

Demo Trip Good experience.

by sunilkatariya on January 4, 2016

Demo Trip Upstairs to the right.

by Amila G on November 22, 2014

Demo Trip Rooms near the front are excellent with balconies.

by A103V on July 18, 2014


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