About Amritsar

The Hotel Sapphire is conveniently located near the Golden Temple Amritsar's famous Sikh Shrine, Jallianwala Bagh and just minutes away from Hall Bazar, Katra Jaimal Singh and the shopping centres. Rajasansi International Airport is approximately 20 minutes by car, and Railway Station and Bus Stand is only 2 Km. Full view of Parikarma of Golden Temple is visible from Hotel Sapphire’s Terrace. All hotel rooms offer contemporary comfort with personalised services.

Hotel Sapphire is situated in the heart of the historic, civic, cultural and commercial city Amritsar. Without a doubt, this is the perfect place to rejuvenate you for business or pleasure. Hotel Sapphire prides itself in consistently providing quality, comfort and exceptional value. All of its 29 rooms are stylish yet comfortable, ensuring a pleasant stay whether for spiritual visit, business visit or leisure.

The Golden Temple

The abode of Bliss and Blessings, The Golden Temple is holiest of the shrines of Sikh religion. This important Sikh shrine attracts more visitors than the Taj Mahal with more than 100,000 visitors on the week days alone and is the most popular destination for Non-Resident Indians (NRI) in the whole of India.

Jallianwala Memorial

Jallianwala Bagh, a walled garden near the Golden temple. Today, the farthest end of the Bagh is marked by a Martyr's Memorial built in the shape of an eternal flame. A section of the wall, pock-marked by bullets, as also the well, has been preserved as a reminder of the tragic event (13 April,1919).

Durgiana Temple

An important Hindu temple situated in the city of Amritsar, Durgiana Temple is devoted to Goddess Durga. It is also known as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and was built during the 16th century. Similar to the sarovar in Golden Temple, there is also a water tank or lake surrounding the main temple construction.

Wagha Border

The Wagha Border, with Pakistan lies roughly 30 kms from Amritsar at Attari on the Grand Truck Road to Lahore and is one of the main access point overland to the neighbouring nation. The Beating Retreat ceremony is a daily military practice that the Indian Border Security Forces and Pakistan Rangers are jointly following since 1959, is famous tourist attraction.

Sri Ram Tirth

On the outskirts of Amritsar is this significant historic birthplace of Lav and Kush. It is the spot where sage Valmiki's ashram stood and this is a sacred place for the Hindus where we get a glimpse of statues illustrating scenes from the Ramayana.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama is a permanent visual documentation of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and it has been conceptualized and set up by National Council of Science Museums, an autonomous organization of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

Mata Lal Devi Mandir

Her Holiness, Godly Personified, with unlimited heavenly powers, Mata Lal Devi Ji is popularly known as "Pujya Mata ji" among her devotees. In her own words, "I am Dharam Maa to all those, who come to visit this temple and Almighty has destined me to serve them all". This version of Pujya Mata Ji shows her greatness and unquestioned trust in God.

Gurdwara Sri Tarn Taran Sahib

It’s a very happy moment to see the evening scene of both the countries on the international border, called as wagha border, where the national flags gets lowered down with a systematic parade and salutes with national songs.

Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj

A very beautiful and large Gurdwara of Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji outside Chatiwind gate in Amritsar City. Baba Deep Singh Ji became martyr in 1817(1760 A.D.) after fighting for Sikh religion.