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This hotel, although very close to railways stations and points of attraction, is the worst hotel I've ever stayed, be it in Mexico or Colombia. The infrastructure is all right, but their service, if there is any such word known to either its management or...More
Hotel stand by the name of tata,very good hotel room are very good hotel premises. Hotel is neat and clean. rooms are also clean and the best part is one can reach anyware in delhi with help of meto train or to airport with airport...More
Just had two stays within a week in the month of May as a transit passenger, where one was a night stay and then other was a day stay. The hotel is conveniently located at a walking distance from New Delhi Metro Station. A stone...More
Location is the best for travellers because it is in front of New Delhi metro station only 100 m far from gate no 4 and 50 m far from lift of the metro and also 150 m far from New Delhi railway station. A good...More
Although the property is very conveniently located (walking distance from New Delhi station), and is beautiful in appearance from outside, however, service (mainly from reception) standards are comparable with road-side eateries! Guys in reception whimsically allots rooms, makes senior citizens wait for more than two...More
Response from Padmini S | Reviewed this property |
Hi Aslam, it is not too confusing -- get out at the Ajmeri gate exit, and look to the left -- you will see the lit-up red Ginger sign up above the trees in the distance. As Syedd says, ask a porter. Or - Walk towards it... More
Hi Aslam, it is not too confusing -- get out at the Ajmeri gate exit, and look to the left -- you will see the lit-up red Ginger sign up above the trees in the distance. As Syedd says, ask a porter. Or - Walk towards it along the main exit road. A little before the exit, at left you will see two roads branch off side-by-side. Of the two, the left is marked Parcel Entry, the right is marked Ginger. Walk down that one.