Cherry’s Agra: Best Hotel Next To Taj Mahal
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Cherry’s Agra is an incredible property situated very near to Taj Mahal, the most famous monument of Agra and India.
Cherry’s Agra offers a lavish stay making your Agra stay an exquisite experience.
With guests from both abroad and all parts of India, the hotel offers a nice glimpse of Taj Mahal from its terrace.
The hotel also has a rooftop swimming pool along with a restaurant and a coffee shop.
Replete with world class facilities, the rooms at Cherry’s Agra are classified into Deluxe and Super Deluxe Rooms.
The property offers you free wifi during your stay. Cold and Hot water is available for all through 24 hours and there is a Business Center also for organizing conferences as well.
Agra is famous for being home to one of the new wonders – Taj Mahal, which is often seen as an epitome of Mughal Architecture. But Agra is not just about Taj Mahal. A proper itinerary should be made to explore Agra in a proper way.
Taj Mahal, a mausoleum built on the orders of Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, has attracted people from world over.
Shah Jahan also rests here only. Taj Mahal, which was constructed in white marble between 1632 and 1648, is located on the south bank of River Yamuna.
Agra served as the Mughal capital for several years, and remained the most important centers during enter Mughal period. Red Fort served the seat of power, right from Akbar till Shah Jahan, who moved capital to Delhi.
Red Fort is also the place where Shah Jahan was imprisoned with the facility of seeing Taj Mahal from his room. Additions were made to Red Fort under all rulers, starting from Akbar till Aurangzeb.
The tomb of Itimad ud Daula is considered as the forerunner of Taj Mahal.
This was built by the Mughal Empress Nur Jahan for her parents, Itimad-ud-Daula and Asmat Begum, between 1622 and 1628.
The tomb was the first example of a Mughal tomb made in white marble with a wide use of stone inlays to decorate exterior.
The tomb of the Mughal Emperor Akbar was built by his son Jahangir between 1605 and 1613. The tomb is situated at Sikandra on the outskirts of Agra.
Built in red sandstone, this is considered as a significant component of Mughal Architecture.
Situated on the northern bank of River Yamuna just opposite Taj Mahal on the opposite bank, Mehtab Bagh is one of the gardens built by the Mughals.
Measuring 300 meters X 300 meters, Mehtab Bagh was designed as an integral part of the Taj Mahal complex in the riverfront terrace pattern.