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1. I took deluxe room.
2. Room interior was descent and bathroom was also comfortable.
3. Rooms are having very poor lights and in day time also there is no sunlight in room
4. Food is available round the clock. Food is of good quality...More
As my car parked Housekeeping immediately walked out to grab my bag as soon as I stepped in I was offered the room & a glass of water very sweet and warm. Very close M Block Market 3 mins walk. Thats it bad things Deluxe...More
Stayed there for around 10 days during some business in Delhi. Rooms are clean, but need improvements, furniture seems really dirty. Beds are good, very comfy and clean. Free two water bottles everyday 500 ml. Sometimes they forget to put new toilet paper and clean...More
I checked in around 12 mid night on 28th Jan and they had given me room besides there staff quarters and kitchen #108 could not sleep the whole night and in the morning it was like someone is banging on my window.
Next morning when...More
We Stayed at Amara Hotel, GK Part I during the 1st week of December.for 2 nights.
It is centrally Located just a few blocks away from the famous M Block market.
Nice , Neat and Clean Hotel. Rom size is average. Rooms have al the...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.