A Boutique Hotel with its elegant style & warm service is a perfect hotel for guests seeking privacy and personalized service. Ideally located, the property is situated at the entry junction of the city. Our gracefully appointed rooms with modern comforts offer the finest standards of hospitality and service. 'Shakun' Conference and Banquet Hall present perfect venue for midsized banquets, seminars and conferences.
It's just 0.5 kms. from the Central Bus Stand, approx 1 km. from Railway Station, 8 Kms from the Airport, just 3 minutes drive from the main shopping area Nirala Bazar and Aurangpura.
Hotel Green Olive maintains all the standards of a Three Star Hotel.
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Aurangabad, the name is derived from the Mughal ruler, Aurangazeb. Its ancient history dates back up to the eras of Buddhism, but the modern history of Aurangabad is traced back to 1610. The Buddhist caves in Aurangabad and Ellora are the clear evidence of strong Buddhism influence and influx around the city in earlier times.
A prime minister of the Muslim Kingdom of Ahmednagar, Malik Ambar established a town at a village called Khirki. Later, his son Fateh Khan named the town as Fatehpur in 1626. Mohammad Bin Tughlaq tried to switch over the capital of his Delhi sultanate to Fatehpur in 14th century keeping in mind the strategic location of the town. The town was at the centre of India, and the region was considered the safest from the marauding armies of the Afghan and Central Asian raiders. When Aurangazeb took over the Deccan kingdoms, he changed the name of the town to Aurangabad in 1653. Aurangazeb used the town as the strategic point to suppress the rising power of Shivaji. Aurangabad was taken over by the Nizam of Hyderabad after the death of Aurangazeb in 1707 that retained control till it was merged with Maharashtra in 1956. The current day Aurangabad offers a wonderful opportunity to step back to past history. Ajanta and Ellora caves and Bibi-Ka-Makbara bring back the visitors to the past history of the town.
Aurangabad was founded in 1610 A.D by Malik Ambar, the Prime Minister of Murtuza Nizam Shah of Ahmadnagar, on a site of village called Kharki. He then made it his capital and within a decade Kharki grew into a populous and imposing city.
Aurangabad was Ambar's architectural achievement and creation as he cherished strong love and ability for architecture. After his death in 1626, he was succeeded by his son Fateh Khan who changed the name of Kharki to Fatehnagar. In 1633, the Moghuls captured the Daulatabad along with Fatehnagar and took it's possession. In 1653, when Prince Aurangzeb was appointed as Viceroy of the Deccan for the second time, he made Fatehnagar his capital and called it Aurangabad. Hence, Aurangabad takes it's name from the last of the great Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.
Aurangabad district is one of the 35 districts in the Maharashtra state of western India and the only Tourist district of India having two heritage monuments to its credit. The caves of Ajanta and Ellora are designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Aurangabad furnished a genial sil for the spread of the religion of Islam and was the centre of great missionary in the 8th century of Hijri. The district is home to the earliest of Sufi saints of the Deccan. The town of Khultabad contain the shrines of the most famous saints of the Dakhan.
Aurangabad District is rich in historical monuments and heritage including Ajanta, Ellora, Daulatabad and Bibi Ka Maqbara. Besides this, there are large number of caves of exquisite beauty at Aurangabad caves and Pitalkhora. There is evidence to believe that Aurangabad was developed as a trading hub from centuries ago. It lies major trade routes that used to connect noth west India's sea and land parts in the Deccan region. The city was a major silk and cotton textile production centre. A fine blend of silk with locally grown cotton was developed as Himroo textiles. Paithani sarees are also made in Aurangabad. With the opening of the Hyderabad-Godavari valley railways in 1900, several ginning factories was started.
After 1960, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) began acquiring land and setting up Industrial Estates which later flourished as Industrial hub. There are many renowned establishment from India as well as from Multi National Companies which has setup in Aurangabad. Some of them are, Skoda Auto, Videocon, Bajaj Auto, Garware, Wipro, Lupin Wockhardt, Goodyear, Siemens, Johnson & Johnson, Can-Pack India, Sterlite Optical, Colgate-Palmolive, Greaves Cotton, Mahyco Seeds etc.
Aurangabad is emerging as one of the fastest developing cities with many companies approaching the city to setup their units. There are companies that manufacture auto parts and components for the automotive sector, Pharmaceuticals, breweries, consumer durables, agriculture and biotech products, plastic processing, aluminium processing etc. Hospitality sector in Aurangabad is also picking up.
Bibi Ka Maqbara is situated 5 km away from Aurangabad. Aurangazeb's son, Prince Azam Shah built it in 1678 in the memory of his mother Begum Rabia Durani. This mausoleum is a replica of the famous Taj Mahal. Despite the layout and surrounding of the tomb is very much similar to Taj Mahal, somehow the architecture fails to produce the magic of the Taj. Hence, it is considered to be a poor imitation of the Taj Mahal.
Panchakki (water mill): Housed in the Dargah complex of Baba Shah Musafir, it is a 17th- century water mill situated at a distance of 1 km from the city. An intriguing water mill, the Panchakki is famous for its underground water channel, which traverses more than 8 km to its source away in the mountains. The channel culminates in a mesmerising 'artificial' waterfall that powers the mill. The beauty of the mosque housed in the inner enclosure is enhanced by a series of 'dancing' water fountains. There is also a shrine of a saint, Baba Shah Musafir at the site where panchaki is situated. Panchakki (Water Wheel) derives its name from the mill that was used at the early days. The mill is driven with the water brought through earthen pipes from the river 6km away.
The Naukhanda palace was built by Malik Ambar in 1616 upon the summit of a rising ground at Aurangabad, India. The massive portal gateway leading to this, over which the Naubatkhana sounded, was called Barkal. The palace had nine apartments, the interior buildings consisted of five zananas, a Divan i Aam, a Divan i Khas, a masjid and a kacheri, each provided with a garden and a cistern.
The Himayat Baugh is 17th-century garden that now houses the Fruit Research Station & Nursery, which is a part of theMarathwada Agricultural University. It is located near Delhi Gate in Rauza Bagh area of Aurangabad. It is a sprawling complex spread over 300 acres (1.2 km2), naturally green and in the olden days it was known as the Mughal garden.
Salim Ali Sarovar (lake) popularly known as Salim Ali Talab is located near Delhi Gate, opposite Himayat Bagh,Aurangabad. It is located in the northern part of the city. During the Mughal period it was known as Khiziri Talab. It has been renamed after the greatornithologist and naturalist Salim Ali. It also has a bird Sanctuary and a garden maintained by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation.
Aurangabad Caves, situated at a distance of 5 km, nestled amidst the hills are 12 Buddhist caves probably dating back to 3 A.D. Of particular interest are the Tantric influences evident in the iconography and architectural designs of the caves. One is also treated to a panoramic view of the city as well as the imposing Maqbara from this point.
The Soneri Mahal in Paharsingpura was erected by a Bundelkhand Chief who accompanied Aurangzeb into the Deccan. The building is in stone and lime, and has a high plinth. It is said to have derived its name from the paintings of gold which at one time decorated it.
Lonar Lake is a saline soda lake located at Lonar in Buldana district, Maharashtra, India, which was created by a meteor impact during the Pleistocene Epoch. This lake, which lies in a basalt impact structure, is both saline and alkaline in nature. Geologists, ecologists, archaeologists, naturalists and astronomers have reported several studies on the various aspects of this crater lake ecosystem. Lonar Lake has a mean diameter of 1.2 kilometres (3,900 ft) and is about 137 metres (449 ft) below the crater rim. The meteor crater rim is about 1.8 kilometres (5,900 ft) in diameter. The circular depression bears a saline water lake in its central portion. The crater's age is usually estimated to be 52,000 years (Pleistocene),although a study published in 2010 gives an age of 570,000 years.
Is an authentic Indian Restaurant serving cuisine from various regions. The Curry House also serves some Northern Frontier and Peshawari delicacies.
As is trendy, Bar & Lounge has a creatively crafted finger food menu served in a relaxed setting, paired with excellent selection of spirits, wines ,beers, cocktails & mocktails amidst music.
Business & Events Pad, be it a family get-together, a birthday bash, a theme party, kitty party or a corporate activity; be a conference, board meeting or product launch, our objective is to ensure that your event is an outstanding success & one that will be noticed and remembered by your guests.
Spaciously spread in U, cluster or Theatrical pattern, it can accommodate 70 delegates in Theater style, 48 in Constellation, and 60 in Class Room style sitting patterns. Modern amenities like multimedia projector, video screens and other state-of the- art facilities including full fledged Business Center provide much needed support.
An exclusive Party Lounge on the top floor for the entire Family / Group (upto 35 max).
Hotel Green Olive offers a blend of tasteful hospitality & modern styling in all rooms especially made to satisfy our guests. All Rooms are centrally Air Conditioned and are elegantly decorated, combining the newest technologies with a homely touch, they are equipped for both the leisure & business traveler. All Room windows are soundproof (fitted with DGU Glass). The hotel is WI-FI enabled which makes it all the more purposeful for today's business traveler. All rooms are carefully designed to provide our guest with a very soothing & comfortable surrounding. Contemporary wooden furniture, mainly designer fittings used in the decoration of the rooms gives it a distinguished look based on art & modernity.
Designation : Captain
Job Description: Responsible for the guest satisfaction by understanding the need and want of the guest closely and doing suggestive selling (understanding the requirement) and giving personal touch in service. Taking guest feedback is also an essential component of service. Responsible for the proper co-ordination, unity and integrity among the staff, so that they can work with team spirit & able to manage team efficiently, involve, excite, train, audit & monitor them. Focused in creating a good organization culture, uniting the team and creating healthy and conducive environment. Positive attitude and approach .Good thinking ability and taking initiative for guest satisfaction, for the upbringing of the staff and company. Responsible of order taking & interacting with the guest& able to excite & create WOW factor of them. Responsible for daily briefing & debriefing as per need, his team& try to find the bottle neck of the problem& solve it by involvement of staff..
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Designation : Steward
Job Description: Ensures compliance with departmental guidelines and exceeds standard operating procedures. Adheres to the departmental guidelines and controls. Maintain company sanitation standards in the department. Ensures that personal grooming and hygiene is in line with the departmental standards. Adhere to and improve standards of service, quality and consistency of beverages in the Department. Recognize all guests and extend a warm welcome and a fond farewell. Attend daily outlet briefings and pro-actively listen and participate as required.
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Designation : Housekeeping Supervisor
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