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Hotel is located just beside the nampally metro station and hence in the heart of the city... Overall ambience is good and the staffs are very supportive... In breakfast menu - its pure Vegeterian (Boiled eggs or omlette will not be provided)
I stayed at this hotel in march 2018 with my family and was very comfortable. the ambiance was good . the hotel staff was very polite and the gate keeper were also very nice by greeting every time we visit the hotel. The manager was...More
During my family tour I stayed for one night in this hotel. Good Food is really wonderful and extraordinary. Rooms are very clean and neat. All the staff are very good in response and responsible. Rooms Room service is really good.
I wish there was a 'good' category on trip advisor - this hotel is definitely better than average, but not quite 'very good'! The hotel is on a very busy road, and there was no double glazing, so there was lots of road noise in...More
We choose this hotel for mainly 2 reasons - very close to Nampally train station and located a walking distance to Nampally Exibition 2018. But what we get was a little extra. The staff was helpfull and polite. The breakfast was great. However not all...More
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.