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Amritsar  Punjab  143001  India
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson-Amritsar, Queens Road

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Queens Road Amritsar Hotel near Golden Temple

Amritsar, meaning "Nectar for the pilgrim's soul," is a city of immense historic and religious importance - a city where the sun rises with the echoing of Gurbani, where history marks its footprint in the form of bullet marks in Jallianwala Bagh, where patriotism instills with the energetic parade at Wagah Border. Amritsar is culturally rich, spiritually serene and a paradise for foodies.

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Amritsar is located in Amritsar on Queens Road, the busiest thoroughfare in the city. Our hotel provides proximity to all local attractions, businesses and transportation hubs. It is a perfect blend of luxury and comfort well suited to the needs of business as well as leisure travellers. The state of art facilities at the property are complimented with world class services.

Visit the following nearby attractions during your vacation in Amritsar:

  • Durgiana Temple (1.1 km)
    One of the holiest Hindu temples in Amritsar, Durgiana was built in the same fashion as the Golden Temple of the Sikh. It is sometimes called the Silver Temple, due to its silver doors.
  • Golden Temple (1.5 km)
    Also known as Harmandir Sahib, the Golden Temple is an icon of Punjab history. This Sikh place of worship was completed in 1601, and its upper floors were covered in gold during its later history. This sight is stunning to look upon, especially when illuminated at night.
  • Jallianwala Bagh (1.2 km)
    One of the most important sites of the Indian freedom movement, this landmark once saw countless peaceful protestors killed by the British Army. A memorial statue now adorns the public garden, where many people visit to gain inspiration and to pay homage.
  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama (0.5 km)
    Formerly the Maharaja’s summer palace, this military history museum celebrates the accomplishments of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the Lion of Punjab.
  • Attari-Wagah Border (29 km)
    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.