Erica Omang

Address: Near Namaste Chowk, Karnal

Overview

Hotel Omang is the most preferred accommodation alternative with the business and leisure visitors arriving at the city. Our Hotel offers Air Conditioned luxurious room with spacious ambiance and high level of privacy and round the clock room service with friendly, warm and trained staff. The warm hospitality, exceptional services, and modern facilities make the Hotel Omang, the most preferred accommodation alternative with the business and leisure visitors arriving at the city.

Accomodation

Explore Rooms
Deluxe Rooms:

These rooms comprise of all the basic amenities along with the common warmth and signature hospitality. Rest in ultimate comfort with Twin bedded accommodation having satellite TV, a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Services
  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES
Executive Suite

Executive class facilities and exclusive offers can be savored at our Executive Suites. The rooms offer King Size beds to do away all the tiredness that you gather throughout the day long with exquisite services and facilities including a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Cuisines & Restaurant

Irish: Pure Veg Multi Cuisine Restaurant

Serving best of pure veg delicacies made by our master chefs. We cover all the cuisines and cultures so that your taste buds get the everlasting effect. Apart from the regular a la carte menu we have a sumptuous buffet spread during all the meal hours.

Services & Facilities

  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES

Karnal Sightseeing

  • Karna Lake
    Karna Lake is a popular tourist attraction located in the Karnal district of Haryana. Also called Karna Tal, the lake is spectacular to see during sunset. The lake, as well as the district, are named after the famous character from Mahabharata, Karna. Karna Lake is a human-made lake and has a beautifully landscaped Karna Lake Tourist Complex adjacent to it. The boating attractions at Karna Lake is a hit among the visitors. Most people often opt for a peaceful picnic in the lawns beside the lake. The lakeside garden also has swings and other rides for children. The lake is also a favourite hangout spot among highway travellers. The Karna Lake Tourist Complex offers a wide variety of accommodation facilities
  • Babur’s Masjd
    Babur’s Masjid is an architectural marvel that is a must-visit in Karnal. Built-in 1528 by the Mughal emperor Babur to commemorate his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi, this mosque stands testament to the prowess of the legendary king. The walled mosque was home to a stunning garden too. At its peak, the mosque boasted of three octagonal towers and domes in addition to the central dome, but only one remains now. The resident well is still replenished by cold water, although the outer structure is in ruins.
  • Kalander Shah’s Tomb
    This magnificent marble creation houses fountains, gardens and a serene tomb. Built by Ghiyas-ud-din, the Emperor of Delhi, the Dargah holds the memory of the Muslim sage Bo-Ali-Qalandar Shah. This Sufi sage is said to have been acclaimed far and wide, and is famous for conjuring up a cow that ate a tiger! Emperor Alamgir also added to the construction. The Persian and Mughal influences are obvious in the architecture, adding to the charm of the locale. A mosque is also built in the vicinity that you can visit.
  • Gurudwara Manji Sahib
    The Gurudwara Manji Sahib is one of the top attractions in the Karnal district of Haryana. It is a place of great historical and religious significance. It is associated with the Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Guru. A vast number of devotees visit this gurudwara to seek the blessings of Waheguru. It is known as the best gurudwara in Karnal and is famous for its celebrations during all Sikh festivals. The Gurudwara Manji Sahib also provides food and shelter to people from all religions and creeds.
  • The Durga Bhavani Temple
    The Durga Bhavani temple is serene and tranquil, and houses the powerful embodiment of female cosmic power or Shakti. The Navratri festival in the temple is especially popular – for nine nights in September/October, the Mother Goddess is said to descend upon earth and fight evil forces. On the tenth day, she finally vanquishes evil demons. This event is celebrated as Dussehra, marked by large processions of the deity on the roads, and tall statues of the goddess. Don’t forget to shop for handicrafts and local delicacies in the nearby markets! Metal jewellery and other trinkets are especially favourite here.
  • The Sita Mai Temple
    The Sita Mai temple is the only abode to Goddess Sita in the whole country. The intricate architecture catches the eye and makes you marvel at the elaborate carvings on the bricks. The distinct style of construction makes it clear that the bricks were carved before burning them on the kiln, making it a characteristic style of the region. The temple is dedicated to the divine consort of the Hindu God Ram and is the only temple to the Lady in the entire country. The style is Nepali, and the rituals are ancient as well. Local lore has it that the temple marks the exact spot where Mother Earth is said to have taken Lady Sita into herself when she was asked to prove her chastity to Lord Ram.

Contact Us

Near Namaste Chowk, Karnal

Mobile: +91 889-478-3801, 02

Email: reservations@ericahotels.in,
sales@ericahotels.in