If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Allahabad, look no further than Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Kalyani Devi Temple (1.3 mi) and Lalita Devi Temple (1.3 mi), guests of Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad can easily experience some of Allahabad's most well known attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, room service, and a coffee shop. Guests of Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Allahabad, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad, including Fire @ Night (0.5 mi), Cafe Elchico (0.1 mi), and Tandoor Restaurant (0.1 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular government buildings such as Allahabad High Court.
The staff at Milan Palace Hotel Allahabad looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We had arrived as a group with Explore Worldwide by train from Agra that morning and we were taken here for breakfast. Very nice omlette, toast, coffee, masala chai, pastries, coffee and fruit. Very good service by the waiting staff. Very nice entrance hall - clean and tidy with lots of marble.
Check in date 11th March 20 check out date 14th March. Room number 322 . I found this hotel is very neat and clean . Rooms are good food is good and staff is also very good especially mr sarvan is very understanding person. My stay was very good. For new comers I will definitely advise for this hotel. Best hotel in allahabad . Bhupendra Rathore 9829425080
Hotel Milan is a very beautiful hotel for marriage party get together birthday function and many more. Milan is situated at civil lines half on from ALLAHABAD railway station. Room and banquet hall fair is reganable price.
My first glimpse of the lobby of this hotel gave me the impression that it wasn’t the finest of hotels, but I guessed that the basic amenities would be there in the room. When I went up to my room, however, just stepping out of the lift and into the corridor was a shock: it was dingy and dirty, there were huge splotches of plaster on the wall next to the elevators, and a door nearby was framed with patches of newspaper. Entering the room, I was greeted by a strong and unpleasant smell, which I realized later was probably the result of renovation work having just been completed, perhaps even maybe the day before I’d checked in. A few minutes in the room, and I noticed much more to confirm it. Instead of the full-length mirror, there was a sheet of dirty plywood. There were no hooks, no rails, no shower curtains in the bathroom. There were several places with wires poking out of holes in the walls, obviously waiting for some fitting to be attached. There were splotches and stains where cement, paint and other residues from construction had been cleaned inadequately. There was a piece of wood lying on the bathroom floor. There was dust in most of the electrical sockets. Besides that, too, lots of things were missing. No telephone directory, no bottled water (though there were tea and coffee fixings and an electric kettle with a little water in it). Just one bath towel, two bars of soap, a shower cap and a roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. No hangers (and because there are no rails or hooks in the bathroom, even more inconvenient). No AC (not a problem in early November, when it’s cool at night, but certainly not cold enough for the heavy duvet on the bed). There was a fairly large flat screen TV, a comfortable and large bed, a desk (no corresponding chair), a sofa chair, a very battered and scratched table, and a luggage rack. Basically, the room didn’t seem to have been really ready for occupation. It had the makings of something that might be pretty comfortable and nice even perhaps just a couple of weeks from when I stayed here, but which was, at the time, not good at all. There is s restaurant on the ground floor, and beside it is the coffee shop. I only had coffee at the restaurant, but had the daily buffet breakfast at the coffee shop. The breakfast was pretty average: the poha was dry, the idlis were hard and dense and the coconut chutney had an odd flavour that tasted off. The aloo bhaji, however, was good. While there is a sign in the lobby apologising for the inconvenience caused because of the renovation, the problem is that even without the renovation being truly complete in the rooms themselves, rooms are being let out. That is the real inconvenience. All in all, not a hotel I’d recommend, at least not right now.…
Stayed in this Hotel for two days during business trip. Rooms were OK but hospitality was not good. Staff at the reception was not well mannered and lacked civilities. I changed my room as I was given a twin bed room while I wanted a double bed room. When I changed my room, no complimentary water bottles were provided despite reminding the reception couple of times. Overall experience was not pleasant because of cold response of the staff.