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Hotel Pataliputra Ashok (3 Star), Patna

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About Hotel Pataliputra Ashok

Patna stands on the historic site of Pataliputra, a city founded nearly 25 centuries ago. Hotel Pataliputra Ashok also has unique low-tariff day rooms especially designed for those making a brief stopover in this capital city of Bihar. The hotel is a good base for those on a Buddhist pilgrimage to Rajgir, Gaya, Bodhgaya and Vaishali.

Hotel Specifications


There are 46 rooms in all at the Pataliputra Ashok with attached bath, hot and cold water, refrigerator, telephone and color TV.


Darpan Restaurant-Cum-Coffee Shop serves Continental and Indian delicacies. Diwana Bar is the well-stocked bar to keep you in high spirits

Conference and Banquet facilities

ASHOK HALL is a Banquet Hall that seats 225 in theatre style. GAUTAM is a Party Room that seats 30 in theatre style. SIDDHARTHA is Party Room that seats 40 in theatre style. LAWNS adjoining pool can accommodate 400 pax.

Recreation & Health

Facilities like shopping arcade and swimming pool are available

Basic Data

Country India
State Bihar
District Patna
City Patna
Location Beer Chand Patel Path, Patna
6 km from Patna Airport ,
2.5 km from Patna Railway Station
Rooms 46 Rooms


City Information

The capital city of Bihar Patna is an integral part of the Buddhist Circuit of Bihar. Patna acts as an ideal gateway for all the places on this tourist circuit. Though within Patna there are several places of tourist interest that reveal the rich heritage of the city. The Takht Harmandir is an important landmark in Patna. It is a Gurudwara Built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Then there is the Padri-ki-Haveli or the St. Mary’s Church that happens to be one of the oldest churches of Bihar. While at Patna you may check out the large collection of books and rare Persian and Arabic manuscripts and Rajput paintings at the Khuda Baksh Library or the National Library. The excavation site of Kumrahar, Gol Ghar along with the Patna Museum and the Patna Planetarium are worth visiting. You must view Patna from the Mahatma Gandhi Setu. The bridge boasts of being one of the longest bridges in the world. Mithila Paintings or Madhubani Paintings are must buys from Patna