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No noise no local people running to you, before I lived in city centre, it was noisy and dirty, here is nice quite area good service, breakfast is so so, for me too small variety of food.but service is nice.
Extremely friendly staff, beautiful room, great service and 5* restaurant. Great value for money, and the reception staff even organized a guided tour for us. The area the hotel was in was also very luxurious. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to...More
Stayed at the hotel only for 1 night on a business trip. The hotel is now totally run down. The linen is spoilt and the rooms are smelly. The smell in the rooms is similar to what you experience on a railway station (likely a...More
Lovely boutique hotel in Gk. Big rooms, good air conditioner, clean and modern bathrooms, super quick check in and a helpful front desk. Internet worked well. Only complaint breakfast spread could be larger but nothing majorly bad. Very nice place. Would stay again
I had booked their safdurjung property which was sold out hence I was shifted to their GK property. Initially it was disappointing however after looking at the room and it'd size along the toilet all the negatives went away. The room size was big and...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.