Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Amman, Jordan
A no-complaints stay for on-the-go travelers!Posted Mar 20, 2015
Pros: It was cheap, conveniently located, no tricks, and neat and respectable. Great place to rest the head for those on the go and keep up with work online
Cons: The rooms didn't have a clothes iron in them, and the wakecall came 20 minutes late.
Location: Superb location for Lajpat Nagar shopping or sweets! Was close enough to relatives without imposing on them, so one could be independent.
I stayed here last week to do 3 days of shopping in Lajpat Nagar with family living in C block. It was perfect: cost-wise was relatively cheap, clean, no interference from staff and overall i felt very comfortable, though only came to sleep and two hours in the afternoon for some work. Internet access was good enough to do Skype work/
by A verified travelerfrom mumbai
worst hotel i have ever beenPosted Feb 25, 2015
Cons: entire hotel need to be improved
Location: its close to central market so u can go for shopping
the room was very small than what its shown in picture we have to keeping call the staff several time only one thing good was it location close to central market waste of money will never go back to this hotel
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom nn
Nice hotel to stay in lajpat nagarPosted Oct 6, 2014
Nice hotel to stay in lajpat nagar and not too far from India habitat centre
for Business Travelersby Delayed in Jodhpur
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for Everyoneby Normanfrom uk
SuperbPosted Apr 15, 2012
Cons: A little taffic noise
Location: Excellant Nice area close to the market close to resturants
Will visit again Great service Rooms very clean Fantastic value compaed to other sin the same class
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A nice place by Indian standardsPosted Mar 19, 2012
This is a nice hotel by Indian standards, but on a global comparison this hotel stinks. Remember that this is Delhi, an enormously filthy city in a wildly overcrowded country. What passes for normal on the streets here would be considered barbaric and crude by most western standards, and what happens inside hotels isn't much different. Don't be fooled by the photoshopped images of the exterior - pollution browns the air, there are multi-storey buildings on either side, and a car dealership occupies the ground floor. There is an elevator, but to reach it, you must first ascend 5-6 steps. The materials used in rooms are nice, but the fit and finish leaves much to be desired. Road noise is constant, and varies from mildly intrusive to completely obnoxious depending on the time of day. Wireless is present, but with weak signal. Toiletries are recycled and toilet paper is scarce. Thankfully linens are clean and without signs of bedbugs or other infestation. Water pressure is adequate, but hot water is very limited. Drinking water is provided. Prepare for a baffling array of light switches. The staff speaks and understands English in varying degrees, from not-at-all to sufficient-for-basic-interaction. Breakfast was freshly prepared. That said, please refer to my initial comment - this is a nice hotel by Indian standards. If you come with Western expectations, you will be disappointed by all but five star properties, and there you will be shocked by the astronomical prices.