Hotel Krishtina Imphal



Hotel Krishtina Imphal is a luxury accommodation option in this capital city of Manipur. It is located in Pologround Road near ICTV Office. The check in time is 12 PM while the checking out is at 10 AM.

Imphal Krishtina Hotel Accommodation

Krishtina Hotel in Imphal offers accommodation in10 rooms, comprising double bedded and triple bedded rooms. All the rooms are spacious and airy and are equppied with cable television and telephone. The rooms are have attached bathrooms with hot and cold water supplies.

Imphal Krishtina Hotel Dining

Dining at the Imphal Krishtina Hotel is a sumptuous affair. The food is delicious and cooked in a healthy environment. Meals and snacks are offered to the guests which are delectable and wholesome.

Hotel Krishtina Imphal is located conveniently and is easily accessible from all city areas. The Govindajee Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and Khwairamband Bazar famous for its vegetables, fruits, fishes, woolen garments and handicrafts are very close to this hotel.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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