Festive Getaway Alert

Make the most of festive weekends, and take a trip to the lesser-explored destination of Maharashtra – Nashik India.

Situated only a couple of hours away from Pune and Mumbai, the Napa Valley of India has lots more to explore, with magnificent views & cleanest air in Maharashtra. Indulge in curated experiences & luxurious stay at Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Nashik

Fabulously titled as the master curators of experiences, Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Nashik provide memorable explorations for their guests. In addition to providing memorable services for their guests within their premises, they arrange a repertoire of trails for their guests to explore Nashik beyond vineyards. Their compiled Album of Experiences showcases some of the delightful offerings and the concierge desk is always ready to curate customized trails as per the guests’ needs. This time when you are in Nashik explore the following:

a) Trail to Dadasaheb Phalke Smarak: Named in honor of the noted movie producer Dadasaheb Phalke, this beautiful memorial and its sprawling gardens are the pride of Nashik. It houses a meditation center, conference and exhibition halls displaying pictures and artifacts depicting the evolution of Hindi cinema. The musical fountains, art galleries and museums that highlight both the cultural heritage of the city and the works of Phalke make it a must-to-visit place for cultural aficionados. Located at a walking distance from the hotel, the concierge desk provides a guided tour of the Smarak.


b) The Nashik Caves: Also known as The Pandav Leni, they are a cluster of 24 caves built into rocks between 1st century BC and 3rd century AD. Located about 2 kilometres from the hotel, these caves house some of the ancient and most valuable inscriptions, dating back to over 2000 years. They hold a mirror to the marvels of engineering with their fully-functional water tanks carved and chiselled into the rocks for use by their inhabitants, which have withstood the ravages of time.The Hill view rooms of the hotel have the view of hills that house these caves. Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa organizes morning meditation and yoga at caves for their guests

c) Saraf Bazar: If glittery gold catches your fancy and shopping for gold thrills you to bits, then this place is a must-to-stop-by. One of Nashik’s biggest marketplaces, it is thronged with so many jewelry stores that you are spoiled for choice, from necklaces to nose pins, at affordable prices. You can also get them custom-made here as per your preferences.

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d) Coin Museum: Located about half n hour from the hotel, in the sprawling campus of the Indian Institute of Numismatic Studies, is Asia’s largest coin museum. Founded in 1980, it houses an incredibly rich collection of coins and narrates the tale of the history and evolution of the Indian Currency System.


e) Backwaters of Gangapur Dam – Lesser explored spot of Nashik and a 30-minute drive from the hotel brings you to the backwaters of Gangapur dam. Located on the Dam is an international standard boat club operated by MTDC that offers a host of water sports and activities such as lake cruising, jet skiing, kayaking, bumper rides, and whirlpools. The hotel also organizes fishing on the backwaters of the dam and guests can carry the fresh catch back to the hotel, where the chefs will cook it as per your choice.


f) Trekking Trails – Surrounded by Nine hills, Nashik gets its name from Nou Shikhar, or nine summits. It has some of the most magnificent forts, temples, and hilltops. Radisson Blu organizes various excursions to these surroundings with some amazing trekking trails, biodiversity walks, hikes & cycling trails that are soaked in the wonders of the wilderness.

g) Indian Army Artillery Museum: Located in Deolali gaon close to the hotel is the biggest artillery center in Asia where you get to see combat planes, army tanks and radar systems, especially the tanks that were captured and disarmed during the Indo-Pak war. This two-storeyed museum offers mind-blowing information about the historic wars, and modern and vintage weapons used across the world.


Do visit Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Nashik this season and watch nature coming to life while revelling in their deluxe offerings.

For booking-related information, contact the hotel’s landline on 0253 664 4500.

Disclaimer: Content Produced by Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Nashik

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