We spent 3 nights in this hotel. The breakfast provided is wonderful which many varieties, very impressive! The location of the hotel is convenient and closed to big shopping mall. You can enjoy day & night shopping by walk.
Good hotel in cheap price. The hotel mini far form airport. The hotel wifi speed is good. Hotel staff is good in behaviour. Very comfortable environment in area. In hotel room good view sawing. Atlast i told best hotel.
Noisy location need to improve service outside is very crowded staff dont care about guest requirements only interested in tips. The room decor very shabby staff not very polite n rude. The front desk not helpfull the room rate very high compared to service.
To begin with; I am a budget traveler, a flash packer of sorts, and look for hotels in the $30 USD range. If I go over budget, no worries and if I find really cheap accommodations that suite me that’s an added bonus. I’m currently on my second tour of India (February 2018 - March 2018). I find that all the hotels I have stayed at are pretty much the same. No matter what price I paid (500 - 2500 INR) at any given hotel, I found the cleanliness to be substandard, the rooms outdated and in need of serious remodeling and maintenance appears to be non existent. Typically the bedding, linen, pillows and towels are worn, stained and should be replaced. Hot water and water pressure can be an issue and I have at times skipped a shower. Amenities are totally lacking, mostly you get a roll of toilet paper and a bar of soap. Most budget hotels do not clean the rooms on a daily basis, seems to be upon request. Wi-Fi is hit or miss, some places it was quite good, others not so much. Never found much in the way of English language channels on the television so I did not watch it. A visit from a mosquito or two was a nightly occurrence at just about every hotel I stayed at. India is noisy, and I found most hotels to be as well, from a combination of street sounds, staff and guests. In all honesty, none of the Indian hotels that I stayed at deserve more than three stars. Now to the review: Hotel Heera is a typical Indian style budget hotel; out-dated dirty rooms, grotty linen and towels, no amenities etc. I had a deluxe room which had a walk in price of just under 2500 INR, the booking.com price was basically the same. The positive : The Wi-Fi worked very well, plenty of hot water, English language television channels including a few news channels and a convenient location.…
The location of the hotel is excellent. Hotel is clean but NOT spacious. The 'Economy Double Room' was AC but very small (10x10 approx). The stair and the lift were too small. The staff were helpful but very much eager to take tips in every step! The hotel accept Debit/Credit cards for payment in the reception. Wi-fi signal was available in the room. I was charged more than the price mentioned in the 'menu card' for food. The person in the 'reception' denied to provide me any 'receipt' during 'check out'.