Malayattoor Residency, arguably a hotel, was probably supposed to be a country bar, but they got a little easy on money and converted it into a hotel. This place is the most terrible hotel experience in my entire traveling life (and I travel 15 days a month at times). Their rooms are in terrible shape. Their restaurant is in worse shape than the rooms. If you order a bottle of mineral water, they will probably take an hour to deliver because the entire hotel is run by 5 people and they play the roles of general manager, F&B manager, front desk manager, bell boy, room service, restaurant chef, restaurant service staff and security. This was my first experience with Oyo Rooms too since this property is now covered under Oyo Network - and I know exactly what not to do again! Never stay ever in a property that's covered by Oyo Network. Oyo says that breakfast and WiFi are complimentary. Well, there was no breakfast served on any of the days we stayed there. And considering that the hotel was built in 18th Century, they are yet to figure out the concept of WiFi. The WiFi modem in my room was broken and when I complained about it, the front-desk manager said I should adjust. All this only because this is the only hotel in the town and there are a number of visitors because of the Mayalattoor Church and Jivadhara Neurological Research Institute. And they have no other choice but to stay in this shabby place. My advice - if you have to go to Mayalattoor, stay in Kalady or Angamadi and travel 20 kilometers rather than staying in Mayalattoor Residency.
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