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I have stayed here 3 times in last couple of months. Service is good. Front office girl is managing things well. Room needs a little more tidy. But worthy.... Location one can reach any time from any where. Good hotels are there near by..
I and my friend had a trip planned to pondicherry. We decided to stay back the day we landed i chennai and take an early morning bus to pondicherry.
After reading all the reviews from trip advisor, i decided to book this hotel.
We had an awful experience here...
arrived to Chennai around 8am and stopped at the front desk to ask about early check in; they were extremely rude and short with us when asking for our passports and information, raising their voice at me with an...More
I stayed here for 7 days in two different rooms. It is a budget Hotel, but a really good one! We bought room in advance over tripAdvisor
Room: big, furnitured, clean, TV (one room with blurry english Channels, other one good), AC available, balcony (even...More
Hotel is not for family and vacation. Photos are representative of actual and give very false impression. Lobby seems like a run down mill. Towels provided were smelly and musshy. Cigarette smoke for next rooms were irritating.
Overall experience is poor.
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