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306 B, PU 4, Scheme No. 54 Rusoma Circle, AB Road
Indore  452010  India
LAT: 22.748935 LONG: 75.894885
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Indore

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Quick Commutes to Indore Airport from Convenient Hotel

Only six kilometres from Junction Railway Station and minutes from Indore Airport (IDR), this hotel makes it easy to get into and out of the city while also providing exceptional services and amenities throughout your stay. Take an afternoon to visit the Indore Museum for a glimpse of intricate Hindu and Jain sculptures, or tour the Khajrana Temple, where the faithful believe their prayers are answered. A modern marvel of glass and mirrors, the nearby temple of Kanch Manjir provides a fascinating example of 20th-century religious architecture. Traveling with the whole family or a large group? Don't miss the stunning Rajwada Palace—renowned for its majestic architecture and opulence. Book the Country Inn & Suites online today to make your visit to Indore memorable for all the right reasons.

Set aside time to visit these local attractions:
  • Indore Airport (IDR) (14 km)
    Just a few kilometres away from the airport, the Country Inn & Suites Indore is ideal for international travellers.
  • Indore Museum
    See pre-medieval Hindu and Jain sculptures, the Parmar, coins and armor on display at this museum.
  • Kanch Mandir
    With its shimmering glass and mirrors, this early 20th-century temple is sure to take any visitor's breath away.
  • Khajrana (Ganesh Temple)
    Practitioners of Hinduism believe that if they worship at this temple, their prayers will be answered.
  • Lal Baag Palace
    This majestic palace sits on the banks of the River Khan.
  • Rajwada Palace
    A remnant of the Holkar Dynasty, this palace combines elements of Maratha, Mughal and French architecture.