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I visited a friend who was staying here. He visited from Calcutta and both of us could not believe how dilapidated the facility was. Nevertheless, I went their recently and it looks like a new place altogether. The exteriors and interiors everything have got a...More
Nice clean room .Front desk service quick and responsive...
Though some reservations if you have a extra guest specialy if its female and with out proper ID AT CHECK IN TIME...
GOOD FOOD FREE BUFFET..
GOT THIS FOR A GOOD DEAL...
Interior needs a huge revamp... though rooms are well kept it needs a fresh look... Very dull ambience I must say.. Location very good n centrally positioned.. Breakfast spread n healthy variety needs a huge improvement.. don't recommend this property coz in the vicinity lot...More
Having stayed in Delhi in the past , for many years, I always prefer GK1 area. Called the hotel directly to book my stay , as I did not get a reservation in a nearby hotel (where I have stayed earlier). And was so thankful...More
It worths the price . Everything was o.k for me and i didn't expect more.
In a crowded and noisy hotel like Delhi it is quiet and peaceful.
A main market near the hotel is a previledge for it.also it is near Nehru place ,a...More
One of the wealthiest residential neighbourhoods, Greater Kailash is a home to well-known business families, art & theatre celebrity figures and popular media personalities. While GK 1 is very popular for the M Block chirpy street shopping & N Block for its upmarket shopping at designer stores, GK 2 is more residential with
local markets and the Jahanpanah City Forest, popular for morning & evening runs and walks or just a stroll enjoying the calm of the nature within the city. Drive down to Delhi’s most renowned tourist attraction - Lotus Temple, the Baha'i House of Worship at Nehru Place. This temple is built in the shape of a lotus flower and is the last of seven Major Bahai's temples built around the world.