Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews

1.3 out of 5
10% of guests recommend
1.5 Room cleanliness
1.4 Service & staff
1.4 Room comfort
1.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from San Francisco, CA

False advertisement

Posted Oct 13, 2015
Pros: None
This hotel doesn't look like the one you see in the above pictures. Hotel staff was very unprofessional. They recently did pest control to the hotel and it smells horrible and suffocating. I wouldn't recommend this hotel at all.
1 out of 5
by rahul from Ghaziabad

hotel is not good

Posted Dec 22, 2014 on Hotels
It is very horrible place
2 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

hotel is good, but staff is very bad

Posted Oct 22, 2014
It's nice hotel to stay there, however hotel staff is uneducated and they don't even have the good manner. Food is very pathetic and prices are like 5 star hotel
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Very very very Satisfsctory

Posted Oct 29, 2013
Very very uncomfortable not money worthy quiet far for sight visits except tajmahAl
2 out of 5
by Amit from New Delhi, Delhi, India

ad experience with Hotel booked through Internet

Posted Apr 8, 2013
The Hotel was in a non-descript residential area with no own parking as advertised on web. The in-house restaurant was not working and even a taste-less cup of tea, sourced from outside stall was charged at Rs. 25/- All the rooms were empty as against the status shown on the web that only 4 rooms are available. The daily charge of Rs. 900/ was too much for such an accomodation which could have ben easily available for 400-500/- with better amenities.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Fooled by the Pictures of this Hotel

Posted Mar 11, 2013
Location: Bad location_located in the village environment
It is pity that i have to even rate this hotel. I booked this hotel for two nights but i checked out just after one night.the rooms are not even near to what is shown in the pictures,expedia should take special measurements to see what vendor is posting is genuine or not. Anyways the rooms were pretty small and smelly,the hotel is situated in the village type environment hard to find,road to reach there is very bad,it is behind the TDI mall and Mc Donalds but dnt get fooled its all village behind this mall.the water comes out of the bathroom into the room while bathing,you will feel that you're almost sitting in the flush while bathing because the bathroom is so small.the locks in the room are useless and beware if you are going with your Gf or wife because they have special staircase outside your room window and the curtains (dnt even ask). Bad experience i wish i cud get my money back.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler


Posted Feb 11, 2013
Hotel recommended by you was not good. very bad hotel.
1 out of 5
by Jay from Australia


Posted Feb 8, 2013
Pros: The feeling of leaving the Hotel Anand was by far my favourite
Cons: It's hard to decide between the dump of a location or the constant rabbid dog fights outside my window
Location: This hotel is literally in the middle of what Western travellers would be inclined to call a rubbish tip fringed by the red light district of Agra...
Look, I understand this hotel is in India and it's in Agra of all places, but it's not fit to stay in. The beds are damp with dirty sheets. The walls are mouldy. The towels are covered in rust. The bathroom is terrifying. The hotel is down a dirty dusty road in the middle of what I'd describe at best as a field and at worst as a rubbish tip. The staff seem nice enough but have no idea how to maintain a hotel to the bare minimum of standard. As i say, i'm aware of the conditions in India but i implore people to stay away from this hotel. A good recommendation would be the hotel daawat, the staff are incredibly friendly, the cost is cheap, the rooms are warm, inviting and comforting and its probably close to the best you'll get in Agra (short of the Novotel, Radisson etc). If it weren't for the Taj Mahal I would sadly not recommend Agra to anyone, but, it is one of the most incredible buildings in the world. Just a shame that some of its majesty hasn't rubbed off on the hotels in the region. Hotel Daawat all the way!!!
1 out of 5
by DebotoshP from New Delhi, Delhi, Indiap

Horrible Experience

Posted Jan 30, 2013
Pros: none
Cons: everything
Location: pathetic, not even a proper road
The hotel had no information about the reservation, the pic shown in the website is deceiving, hotel staff are localites who dont know how to converse, at the check out day, they would keep calling right from 7 in the morning to chek out, no hospitalty, it gors without saying that the food is horrible and tea and coffee plzz visit nearest CCD. The way to hotel is a pain, not a concrete road.
2 out of 5
by mary from minnesota

Not Recommended

Posted Jan 20, 2012
Pros: The eggs were hot in the morning.
Cons: Water standing on the floor.
Location: scary
We have been in India three weeks staying at budget hotels so have a perspective that is realistic. The worse problem with the hotel was the plumbing. Our bathroom had water standing on the floor the whole time we were there. I think it was leaking from the toilet. My sisters room had water standing in the sleeping area too,,,,she slept cold and damp the first night and then asked and got a new room the second night. No one fixed the water problem and they rented the room out again that night. The paid for a space heater to reduce the dampness. The toilet seat on our room as broken and the hook behind the door missing a screw so was unusable.....it would have taken someone ten minutes to repair both of those and the staff stood around most of the time so had the time to do it.One english speaking staff person was very helpful. The boys that hung around wanted to be tipped for everything and weren't very pleasant about it....bringing towels and soap that were missing, changing the room, etc.Tbhe restaurant was a poorly lit basement but the eggs were hot but the water ordered never arrived. We booked an english speaking driver to drive us back to Delhi and the one we got couldn't speak a word of it.