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Except for the complementary breakfast everything is good . First we planned to book through oyo then we called upon the hotel directly and we have got good discount . The rooms are ok and no complaints about the service .
Good room service
Very good stay
It's very fantastic stay in my life
Good three receptionists.
This three persons
Are developing hotel by helpfully
I would prepare next visit you n...More
Booked through oyo rooms. rooms are good. service is also good. Regards the breakfast they have to be clear. there is a near smal restaurant where they are arranging the food. you can order one time whether it may cost you 30 - 50 rs...More
Booked the room through oyorooms
The room size was very small but clean.
Room had a window towards the walkway of the floor. ( security issue )
As there is only a glass window for break in into the room.
Mattress comfort was...More
All is well..
I like the receptionist talking veeresh and staff attitude....rooms are looking sooo sweet, Stay was great, really good service, comfort to stay.ok all the best good luck veeresh....tank you soooo much
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.