Welcome to Lotus Nikko Hotels
The Lotus Nikko group has been at the forefront of hoteliering with its footprints in all-important destinations associated with Lord Buddha. We have been into existence for more than 20 years now and we take pride in providing a very hospitable stay to all our guests.
Our motto has been to provide all pilgrims and visitors the best of comforts at all times in the serene environment befitting the piousness of the destination.
We also realize that, besides the living, comfort food is also an extremely important requirement for all the visitors. Keeping this in mind, we put an extra emphasis on the quality and variety of food served in the various establishments managed by us.
We, at Lotus look forward to serve you as our valued clients and assure you of our best services and hospitality.
Lotus Nikko Hotel, KushinagarThe Lotus Nikko group has been at the forefront of hoteliering with its footprints in all-important destination associated with Lord Buddha.Details
Lotus Nikko Hotel, SravastiWelcome to the Luxurious realms of Lotus Nikko Hotels, step into a world of pleasure & pilgrimage in which pleasure combine to pamper the guest effectively.Details
Lotus Nikko Hotel, BodhgayaBodh Gaya- the city of Lord Buddha's penance and supreme enlightenment, the history and tradition of this sacred spot goes back to the earliest days.Details
Lotus Nikko Hotel, GorakhpurWe are happy to inform you that, soon we will come up with our new branch of Lotus Nikko hotels at Gorakhpur.Details
Stayed two nights as part of a Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour. Walking distance to Mahabodi Temple and several other temples..such as Sri Lankan, Japanese ,Thai etc..The staff were friendly and helpful. Good food even though it was mostly the same.. Clean and comfortable rooms.. We felt our tour company had chosen the best hotel to stay in Bodhgaya. We may stay here again in our next visit.
We were greeted and treated like family - even though it was our first stay. The staff could not have done more for us...they were kind, friendly, helpful and cheerful. The aim of the staff was simply to please, to make our stay enjoyable. They did this indeed!..
Rooms are extra large. The building is a bit old and bathroom is not the best. You need to pay for Wifi available only at the lobby area. But the location was superb and staff was excellent. Especially the manger Mr Gupta. He made sure the food was for our liking and personally went to the kitchen and made some dishes to our taste......
This was located very close to the Lotus Nikko Hotels. Smal Museum But carries a lot of items found in the archeological surveys. Description of the items were adequate.
There r many small hotels & guest houses in Bodhgaya. But there are only two good hotels ie Hotel Lotus Nikko & Hotel Royal Residency.Property wise ,Royal residency is a better but location wise Lotus nikko is the best option. Since main aim of the people to this place is Pilgrimage so they always prefer to stay near mahabodhi temple.
We stayed at the Lotus Nikko in Kushinagar and in Sravasti. The hotel in Sravasti was much better than the Kushinagar location. The Lotus Nikko in Kushinagar had huge rooms. The room was clean. Hotel staff were friendly. Location was good. But the food was mediocre and the price of the hotel was extremely expensive.
The Lin Sun Chinese Temple is one of the attractions of Kushinagar. This temple is quite different as compared to other temples located in Kushinagar because of its different structure and design. The structure of Chinese Temple is the fusion of Chinese and Vietnamese architecture, worth a sincere admiration.
Mahaparinirvana Temple is located in the ruins various ancient monasteries which were founded during the 5th century AD. The temple is famous for its 6.10 meters long statue of Lord Buddha. According to the inscriptions, the remains of Lord Buddha have been deposited here.
Kushinagar museum houses various artifacts like statues, sculptures, seals, coins and banners and a wide variety of different antiquities. The Stucco idol of Lord Buddha built in a striking Gandhara Style is one of the major attractions of the museum. Kushinagar is the ideal destination for travelers.
Ramabhar Stupa marks the place where Lord Buddha received the Mahaparinirvana or the Final Enlightenment. This 15 meters high stupa is the most important pilgrim spot for the Buddhists and is situated in a pleasant and lush green vicinity that makes it a must visit tourist spot.
The Jetavana Monastery Sravasti was one of the most famous of the Buddhist monasteries in India. It was the second monastery donated to Buddha, after the Veluvana in Rajagaha- modern day Rajgir.
Anathapindika's Stupa Shravasti in India was built by Anathapindika who was the chief lay disciple of Buddha, and means "feeder of the orphans or helpless". His original name was Sudatta.
Saheth is a cluster of shrines situated in the middle of Sravasti and covers an area of around 32 sq. km. It is an important pilgrimage site with various shrines, monasteries and stupas, this place has a charm of its own.
The Angulimala's Stupa Shravasti in Uttar Pradesh in India was excavated along with other ruins of the Shravasti City in 1863. The legend of Angulimala is also reflective of the abolition of caste system that Lord Buddha propagated.
Mahabodhi Temple is one of the highlights of the religious township of Bodhgaya. The shrine is constructed around the original Bodhi Tree in the 7th century AD. The structure has an elevation of 50 m, which features beautiful ancient carvings in the west and south.
Thai Monastery at Bodhgaya was built in 1956 by Thailand Monarch. It is a unique and the only Thai Temple in India. This temple displays the elegance of Thai architecture. The Thai Temple is adorned with sloping and curved roof which is covered with golden tiles.
Bodhi Tree, one of the chief revered locations, is believed to be the place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. The tree is believed to be the sapling of original Bodhi tree. . Located behind Mahabodhi Temple, the revered 115 years old tree stands 80 ft high.
Great Buddha Statue, standing at an elevation of 80 ft, is one of the religious and spiritual monuments associated with Lord Buddha Bodh Gaya. One among the tallest Buddha statues in the country, the structure was instated in 1989 by the XIV Dalai Lama.
The Gorakhnath Temple is the most popular sightseeing destination of Gorakhpur. This temple was named after the name of Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath who is said to have meditated in the location of this temple in the Treta Yug
The Gita Press is one of largest publishers of Hindu religious texts in the world. The archives of this press contain over 3500 manuscripts, which comprises over 100 interpretations of the Gita, an art gallery with over 684 paintings.
Gorakhpur Imambara is an 18th century dargah situated about 2 km from Gorakhpur Railway Station. This is the dargah of Roshan Ali Shah who was a Sufi saint. The place preserves a 'dhunj' or smoke fire and is popular for its gold and silver Tajia.
Geeta Vatika is situated on Gorakhpur-Pipraich Roas near the Asuran Chowk. Devotees participate in continuous prayers for Radha, who was the divine love of Lord Krishna. The main attraction of this place is the temple of Radha and Krishna.