- Disliked: Cleanliness, property conditions & facilities
It's a place to stay.
I don't want to put this place down, as it is India and standards and norms are different here from what I'm used to in other places. However, the walls, counters and bed linens were all worn and dirty. I could hear mice (I hope they were only mice!) in the vent squeaking and rustling and setting up their little nest for the night. It's a noisy hotel. The room next door seemed to house workers and their family who were working on the place (work would start at 5am). I heard a bunch of children in there making a lot of noise after midnight one night. The walls are thin. The tv in my room had one working channel. The listing advertised my room as having a "city view," but it was a fake blacked out window with blinds. It actually was a window facing the room next door; everytime they turned on their light, I could see the brightness through the black out. I asked a front desk guy to call a bar to see if they were showing a sport the next day. He tried, said the # didn't work and brushed me off to help another guest as I asked him to try a different bar's number. Housekeeping never changed my room during my 3-night stay. The room had a new toilet paper roll which was about 75% less the size of a normal roll. After 3 uses, it was done. There was no shampoo; only 2 small hand soaps. This felt more like an apartment complex to me, with rooms occupied by staff, workers, their families and hotel guests. It's a budget hotel; I've seen worse, but I wouldn't recommend it.