Stay on Queens Road at Amritsar Hotel near Golden Temple

Ideal for history buffs, corporate travellers and foodies alike, the Country Inn & Suites hotel in Amritsar offers guests Golden Temple proximity without sacrificing exceptional on-site amenities. Make an escape to Amritsar to enjoy the hotel's location on Queens Road in the heart of the entertainment, business and transportation hub of the city. Follow pilgrims to the area's many holy sites or see what makes Amritsar a historically significant crossroads at Attari-Wagah Border, where the changing of the guard instils locals with patriotic pride. See the bullet holes in Jallianwala Bagh, where the Indian freedom movement lost many peaceful protestors, or spend the afternoon at the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama. Reserve your hotel room or suite online today!
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Attari-Wagah Border

17.65 mi / 28.41 km from the hotel
At India's border with Pakistan, the daily ritual of raising and lowering the flags is a grand ceremony that attracts numerous viewers from both sides of the border.

Jallianwala Bagh

1.1 mi / 1.78 km from the hotel
One of the most important sites of the Indian freedom movement, this landmark once saw countless peaceful protesters killed by the British Army. A memorial statue now adorns the public garden, where many people visit to pay homage.
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Sri Harmandir Sahib - Golden Temple

1.08 mi / 1.74 km from the hotel
This beautiful Sikh temple is covered in gold and surrounded by a quiet pool. The temple symbolises infinite freedom and spiritual independence and is open to visitors of all faiths and backgrounds.

Durgiana Temple

0.61 mi / 0.98 km from the hotel
One of the holiest Hindu temples in Amritsar, Durgiana was built in the same fashion as the famous Golden Temple of the Sikh. It is sometimes called the Silver Temple due to its silver doors.
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Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama

0.45 mi / 0.73 km from the hotel
Formerly the Maharaja's summer palace, this military history museum showcases the accomplishments of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the Lion of Punjab.
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