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An average budget hotel in the one of the prime location in Delhi. Rooms are ok and of average size but need proper maintenance. Staff behavior is fine & service is ok. Will not recommend if staying with family.
This is a very average hotel near South ex market. In the back lane from beliram tarachand Jain shop. The room is ok for the price you pay with a working AC. Basically if you are in Delhi for shopping and want a cheap pad...More
Stayed here in may peak heat with family
AC did NOT work in 48 C temperature
Called the reception so many times but they did nothing about it… they were so indifferent
unbelievable ridiculous service and the quality of the rooms for the price was...More
Unfortunately someone booked it for us... WORST HOTEL of my life
no AC even in 50 c peak summer temperature
Staff is completely unresponsive to needs they fixed nothing
did not sleep a minute.
Great area to stay in but unfortunately the worst hotel
I was surprisingly impressed with the Rosewood Inn, it was nothing fancy but a very reasonable stay. It was the only option for GK2 on makemytrip and was next to free within the combined airline package. They were responsive when I requested additional blankets and...More
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South Extension/Lajpat Nagar
A residential neighbourhood more popular for its shopping extravaganza at display, South Ex (as known popularly) with Lajpat Nagar joining the party within a few minutes is where the local families of Delhi shop. A hot favourite with wedding shoppers, the busy South Ex market sprinkled with cafes, restaurants and bars, is home to the best of Indian shopping suiting
every style and trend, while Lajpat Nagar is a great example of a typical Indian bazaar, with a mix of roadside stalls & shops selling artwork, crockery to clothing, shoes & accessories, food kiosks (try the Tibetan momo) and mehendi sellers, applying delicate henna designs on outstretched palms. The markets remain closed on Mondays but are crowded to the hilt on other days, luring crowds with its amazing bargains.