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Stayed here in January 2015 and really enjoyed our stay. Unlike other comments about this hotel we were fortunate in that we didn't have any problems on checking in and out and staff were very helpful. Room and bathroom was large and very comfortable. Only...More
Staff was well trained,good service,food was good, rooms were neat and clean.Swimming pool,fitness centre was excellent.Conducting meetings for business purpose is very good.Staff service was good. Swimming pool was good.
Terrible. Fraud.Please refrain from going here.Rate mentioned is not correct.Everything is fake.Also do not book through Cleartrip.Staff here luk like thugs.No service is available.Complete misrepresentation.
Staff was not well trained, they seems to be in confusion about everything, No Wi-fi available for a hotel in middle of the city doesnt make any sense at all. The Rooms were OK. Television was in pathetic condition and channels were not clear. Only...More
Met with a lot of head scratching and confusion at reception. Too be fair they didnt speak much English. Room OK. Very noisy A/C fitted into window and the curtain is cut round it!
Breakfast consisted of toast and jam. Good restaurant under hotel, not...More
US$ 61 - US$ 83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A visit to Abids is a trip down the memory lane for most Hyderabadis. The 150-year old neighbourhood full of architectural history is today one of the most important commercial and shopping hubs of the city with Abid Road piercing through its heart connecting
parts of the old city to the new. Home to major businesses, hotels for travellers and shops for textiles, clothing, jewellery, footwear, and electronics, this is where you can visit ISKCON among other temples. As you approach the arterial sections of the neighbourhood, it feels like a time warp that takes you along the oldest schools, gardens and bakeries including over a 100-year old John’s Bakery famous for its plum cake, puran puri and sugar encrusted buns with a cherry on top, or cream cones.