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This place should never be classified as a Hotel, but should be identified as backpackers meeting point. Except for the Marketing manager and a couple of waiters there is nothing good to be recommended. Hygiene is unknown in this Hotel and so is customer care....More
We stayed here on the first two nights of an Intrepid tour around Rajasthan. The hotel was pretty easy to find, just five or ten minutes from the Karol Bagh metro station (which is easy to get to from the airport).
Our room was pretty...More
The hotel is away from the city center but the metro station and a small grocery store is within walking distance. Did not notice any dining options close by unless you don't mind going to another hotel. There are many around. The rooms and bathrooms...More
I have just left Good Times with nothing but admiration and gratitude for the outstanding assistance I received from manager and staff. We travel a lot and I have never received so much help to get set up for indian experience and planning adventures. Thank...More
Nothing really Jonathan. It's all about personal preferences really. Personally, the new wing of this hotel is best part to stay in. The staff were extremely kind n helpful. The GM who runs the show daily is an awesome... More
Nothing really Jonathan. It's all about personal preferences really. Personally, the new wing of this hotel is best part to stay in. The staff were extremely kind n helpful. The GM who runs the show daily is an awesome person. This place is all about location, location, location.
The Downsides - the Housekeeping is slack. Don't expect 5 star treatment in a three star hotel. Also, I don't recommend booking room and breakfast. Their complimentary breaky is a big disappointment. It's better to buy breaky outside or just order a few things off the menu.
Would I go back to stay there - yes for me.
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"May be better not on the road side (more silent?)"