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All reviewsgreater kailashnice hotelplace to stayearly hours of the morningrooms are cleanlounge areawalking distancestar propertystayed here for nightsshort staybreakfast buffethotel is locatednice staygkmarketdelhicons
After a very bad experience with another hotel of the area (Sam Hotel), we finally booked a room at Madhuban. The rooms are cleaned, spacious and bathroom is just fine. Welcomed nicely. Foreigners are welcome.
has great potential however lackadaisical service lets it down. at reception there is no welcome though this is unfortunately not unusual in most hotels. suits business travellers more than holidaymakers.
If you are looking for best luxury hotel available in Dehradun then it is one of those hotels, a 4 star property well managed, centrally located. Staff is good and trained, rooms are clean and equipped. Food is good. A perfect place to stay and...More
In a big room, the vent of the AC is only at the entrance near the closet. One would die as the AC wasn't enough for the size of the room.
The bed made a lot of noise and separate from between and the bed...More
We stayed at the Madhuban Hotel for 3 horrible nights. Although the room was clean, the smell of cigarettes was unbearable! There are no windows at the rooms and guests are allowed to smoke in the room leaving their door open to the hall. 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.