The hotel does have a view of the Taj Mahal and it's location is convenient.
The rooms are very tried and need to be re fitted, the standard of decor looks dated.
The swimming pool had only 12 sunbeds and 6 umbrellas, this was not sufficient and a hotel of this rating should really ensure that there is adequate provision for more guests.
The pool changing room is also shabby.
Breakfast is served in the main restaurant, it was adequate, but not memorable.
There is a rooftop restaurant,which we choose not to use as it only offered a three course menu of Indian food.
A menu of single courses with local and Western options would probably ensure that more guests used it.
We visited on the 1st April and were informed that as the licence to serve alcohol had not been renewed , therefore the hotel was unable to serve any alcoholic drinks, this may by now have been remedied.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking