Ambala is located on the Haryana and Punjab border in northern India. There are two sub divisional areas of Ambala Cantonment and Ambala City within a distance of 3 km between them (please specify). The cantonment was formed in 1884 and is home to a number of British era buildings and structures. To have a glimpse of old Ambala, one should visit the cantonment area. Ambala city is a more commercialized and modern place. With a large market for scientific products and instruments, this city draws a considerable number of commercial tourists.
Hotels in Ambala that is located around Ambala Cantonment station plays host to business travelers looking for budget and economy stay. I think this sentence can be written in a different way. Travelers with low budget opt for the standard hotels that often have non-AC rooms, round the clock service, attached baths, in-room dining and television set for recreation. Hotel Batra Palace is a budget hotel that is located in Ambala Cantonment area. It is just opposite the bus stand and offers a comfortable stay in its spacious rooms.
There are also several hotels in the vicinity of the top tourist sites in Ambala such as the Bhawani Amba Temple. The architecture of the Gurudwaras and the festivals celebrated over here make them historically and culturally significant. In and around Badshahi Bag Gurudwara, Sis Ganj Gurudwara and the Sangat Sahib Gurudwara there are a number of budget hotels that are preferred by most of the outstation pilgrims. Staying close to the tourist places and market areas give visitors an extra advantage of saving expenses in traveling. The luxury hotels in Ambala serve the affluent tourists and corporate guests with state-of-the-art business facilities such as projectors and computers, pick and drop service, parking, and provides in-room amenities such as tea or coffee maker, mini bar, refrigerator, attached bath with showers, and complimentary breakfast. Grand Pacific Retreat is one such premier hotel and is situated on the Ambala-Chandigarh highway.