We stayed at the Lemon Tree to visit the caves of Ellora and Ajanta. The hotel seemed squeaky clean, but not very charming. Felt like a cheap version of a Comfort Inn. Also, true to its name it smells like Lemon Pledge everywhere. We dined at the Taj Aurangabad in the evenings, which was wonderful, and I would say that if you can afford the Taj (starting at 8000 Rs) then you should definitely stay there instead. But, if you can't, then we highly recommend staying at Lemon Tree and dining at the Taj. We had dinner one night at the noodle house, and it was ok but not great.
One quick note - if you use the gym ask them how to turn the AC on, because we couldn't figure it out and it was quite mildewy and hot.
Breakfast was ok, not great but then again it didn't make us ill at all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel offers 102 rooms and suites, business center, banquet and meeting Center, a multi-cuisine coffee shop - Citrus Cafe (18 hours), a hip recreation bar - Slounge, as well as an outdoor pool and fitness center to keep you feeling fresh-as-a-lemon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lemon Tree Hotel, Aurangabad Hotel Aurangabad
- Hotel Lemon Tree
- Lemon Tree Aurangabad