• Salient Features
  • Area Details
  • Layout Plan
  • Multifunctional Complex is located at the centre of Gwalior city adjacent to the railway station main building and the crossing on Moti Lal Nehru Road. It lies at a distance of approximately 10kms from the airport.
  • The Ground Floor provides space for a shop, a Food Plaza & a Restaurant with Kitchen. Front is covered with glass windows which are set in to the profiled wall surfaces.
  • The central lobby serving the Hotel part is provided with two lifts and one main staircase along with a service lift and service staircase to act as fire escape.
  • On Ground Floor, a service block is provided in the back of the building for Hotel staff.
  • Provision for 45 rooms @ 15 rooms each floor.
  • Exterior finish gel with the local architecture & existing Station Building
  • Total Plot Area : 13800 Sq.ft.
  • Covered Area :
    • Basement : 6240 Sq.ft
    • Ground Floor : 7115 Sq.ft
    • FF+SF+TF : 19305 Sq.ft
  • Total Covered Area : 32660 Sq.ft.

Various provisions made on each floor are described as under :

  • Basement : Car Parking for 9 cars with a Service Block.
  • Ground floor : Entrance Lobby, Reception, Office, 2 No. of Shops, Food Court, Restaurant with Kitchen.
  • Typical Floors : (First ,Second and Third ) 15 Nos. Guest Rooms each Floor.

It is hoped that the Multi Functional Complex at Gwalior will stand out as a landmark building in Gwalior in the vicinity of the Railway Station.

Key plans

Gwalior is a historic city which lies 423 kms north of Bhopal, the state capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is very important from tourism point of view with historic sites and Museum. It is surrounded by Morena in the North, Shivpuri in the south, Bhind in the East and Datia in the west.

Gwalior Fort called as "Gibraltar of India', provides a panoramic view of the Gwalior town. The fort have many historic monuments, Hindu and Jain temples (of 11 shrines, seven are Hindu temples) and palaces, out of which the famous are the Man Mandir palace, the Gujari Mahal the Jahangir Mahal, the Karan Palace, Sas-Bahu temple and the Shahjahan Mahal.

The Agra-Mumbai National highway (NH3) passes through Gwalior. The city is connected to Jhansi by the National Highway NH75, towards the south. In the North, the city is connected to the holy city of Mathura via the National Highway NH 3.

The city is well connected by train services to all parts of the country including 4 metros. There are direct trains to Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata (Howrah), Chennai, Trivandrum, Jammu, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, & other major towns.

Gwalior airport provides airline services to Delhi, Indore, Bhopal etc.

Multi-Functional Complex is to augment the facilities for passengers and has been planned accordingly.

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