Landed here as there were not many options in town and the other hospitality spaces happened to be pre-booked. Situated centrally, access is this property’s main strength. The approach through an old bridge though is a little unnerving.
Some paint job was underway and all the common areas were not easy to hang around places. There is no ventilation in the corridors and it sports indistinct odour. The reception or lobby too could do with some fresh air or delightful fragrance.
Room – Pretty neat. Has the basics in place. Clean and comfortable beds
Restroom - Needs a round of thorough wash and scrub. Especially the shower cubicles. Hand towels, bath mat, hand tissues and the likes are amiss.
F & B – We were forced to have a buffet breakfast as they mentioned that a-la-carte was not available for the day, though it was a weekend. Food borders between horrible to obnoxious. Failed attempt at French toast, insipid dosa’s, and zestless poori’s greeted us at the counters.
Staff are not acquainted with languages other than the local one.
With improvement in the gourmet department, this property has some scope to better itself.More