One of the largest cities of Gujarat, Ahmedabad has attracted tourists from across the country from time immemorial. Mint Amba Suites, Ahmedabad, offers a comfortable stay during your visit to the Manchester of India!
'Garden city of India', 'Pensioner's Paradise', and 'Silicon Valley of India' are just some of the names that Bangalore is famously known for. Mint Group of Hotels has three properties in this business savvy city.
Chail, a small hill station at a distance of 44 km from Shimla is known for its salubrious beauty and virgin forests. It is frequented by hikers and travellers as it offers beautiful views of the Himalayas.
White Sand Beaches, bistro nightlife, places of worship, are some of the things that Goa offers every day of the year. International & domestic tourists lighten up the beaches with vibrant clothing and an enigma of joy.
Gurgaon is the leading financial and industrial hub of India. Part of National Capital Region, it attracts businessmen not only from India but also abroad. Mint Paradise Suites extends its warm welcome and looks forward to serving you well.
Home to the country's largest group of medieval Hindu and Jain temples, Khajuraho is always buzzing with tourists who come to visit the idols and sculptures. Mint Bundela Resort offers a luxurious stay amidst the famous temples in the city.
Mumbai, also named as the 'alpha world city', is the financial, commercial, and entertainment capital of India. Mint Group of Hotels carefully caters the needs of travellers, both business and leisure alike.
Noida or New Okhla Industrial Development Authority is famous for being the greenest city of India with nearly 50% green cover. Visit the Botanical Garden and enjoy your time around the green expanse away from the city.
Renounced as the "The Oxford of the East", Pune is famous to every aspiring student for its well-known educational institutions. This city also falls within the buzzing orbit of Mumbai and has a rich culture and history, visiting it is undoubtedly worth your time.
Tadoba National Park derives its name from the Tribal God 'Taru' or 'Tadoba' who was believed to live in the dense forest in the region. Today this place is a unique eco-system with the best forest tracks and rich biodiversity.