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Ayodhya Hotels Sold Out for January 22 Ram Mandir Ceremony – Where to Stay?

Ayodhya Hotels Sold Out for January 22 Ram Mandir Ceremony – Where to Stay?

Written by Sanjay Kumar

As the date for the much-anticipated Ram Mandir consecration ceremony on January 22 approaches, Ayodhya is witnessing a surge in visitors, resulting in a scarcity of accommodation options. Thousands of people are expected to attend the event, leading to hotels being either sold out or available at significantly elevated rates.

EaseMyTrip, a travel service provider, revealed the escalating trend, stating, “Leading up to the inauguration, Ayodhya’s hotels are fully booked, enabling them to leverage increased pricing. Occupancy rates have risen from 80% to 100%, resulting in substantial price hikes, reaching up to ₹70,000 per night in select hotels.”

Ram Mandir

  • Completed: 22 January 2024; 5 days’ time
  • Status: Under construction
  • Location: Ram Janmabhoomi, Ayodhya
  • Temple(s): 1 central temple with 6 more joined around it as one temple complex
  • Height (max): 161 feet (49 m)
  • Style: Nagara style
  • Architect: Chandrakant Sompura

For those still seeking lodging options, here’s a breakdown based on different categories:

Luxury Accommodations:

  • Park Inn by Radisson Ayodhya
  • The Ramayana
  • Cygnett Collection KK Hotel
  • Royal Heritage Hotel And Resort
  • Clarks Inn Express

While these hotels typically range between ₹15,000 to ₹25,000, the rates have surged to ₹70,000 for the consecration ceremony, and currently, all luxury hotels are fully booked.

Affordable Options:

  • OYO
  • Premshi Guest House
  • Neelkanth Hotel
  • Shree Ramlala Sadan Devsthanaam Hotel
  • Ayodhya Inn

The tariff in this category generally ranges between ₹1,000 to ₹3,000. However, OYO is planning to expand its presence in Ayodhya, aiming to add 50 hotels and homes, totaling around 1000 rooms before the grand opening of the Ram Mandir.

Apart from hotels, visitors can explore alternative options such as Dharamshalas, several of which are listed on the website. AirBnB is another viable option, with around 30 properties currently listed.

It’s important to note that with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi expected to be the chief guest and over 7,000 invitations extended to celebrities, saints, and politicians, only those with valid invites from the Ram temple trust or on government duty will be allowed to enter Ayodhya on January 22. The list of invitees includes prominent figures like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Amitabh Bachchan, Mukesh Ambani, and Gautam Adani, along with 4,000 seers from across the country.

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