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Reviewed 28 December 2011

I stayed here as part of a package booked by a tour agent. Arrived at the hotel at around 9 pm. The room is rather spartan but clean. Colour scheme of blue and grey is rather depressing. However, as other reviewers have said, the main thing you notice is the frequent sound of trains passing just behind the building, sounding their horns loudly. I know the management say they have tried to soundproof the rooms, but from what I could tell, the walls are thin and the rooms are not soundproofed from each other, let alone from the trains.
The food from room service was rather poor. This hotel is vegetarian, and the choice is limited. The breakfast is now served in the basement. The food available is limited and of generally poor quality (especially the brown bread, which looks like it has been dyed brown).
The staff were friendly and eager to help, and the location is quite good, with Connaught Circus being within easy walking distance (though crossing the main road is a harrowing experience). It is quite easy to get a Metro train to most parts of the city from the Rajiv Chowk station.
One last word of caution - for some reason there are fluorescent tube lights mounted behind the headboard of the bed, and incautiously putting your hands behind your head may lead to mild burns.

Room Tip: It's been suggested that rooms at the front are less noisy than the ones at the back. My room was near the front, and if the rooms at the back are noisier, they must be terrible indeed.
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 14 December 2011

Staff were excellent, very friendly and very helpful with hotel and out of hotel queries. Advised us on directions, tourist attractions, transportation...etc. On the last day we went to the airport and I forgot my wallet in the safe. I called the hotel and the operations manager himself came to the airport and delivered it!!
The only downside to the hotel is the sound of the train, but after a long and exciting day you don't really sense it much.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 December 2011

I have stayed here 2 times and found this hotel to be very good. The rooms are very clean and well done. The location is excellent. The only drawbacks are the train noises due to proximity to Shivaji Bridge station and limited options in breakfast. But anytime this is the most preferred hotel for me in Delhi.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 26 October 2011

Please excuse the pun but within about 5 minutes of being in the "check inn" I was desperate to check out. I have travelled a lot and can honestly say this was one of the worst night's sleep of my life. The noise level was immense, it is next to a train line and was just excruciatingly loud with trains howling every time they went past at all hours. There was also a really loud noise in the room itself from the air conditioning and when I asked reception to come and look they said that someone would come and check it but no one did and we couldn't turn it off. We were not able to change money in the hotel and it was really inconvenient to not have a restaurant or cafe there and although they try to sell the room service as a convenient approach to dining instead of having a restaurant - it's just a pain. To top it off, my husband woke up in the morning and had to have a cold shower as the hote water wasn't working. The positive things which I can say are that the room was clean and it's a convenient location if you want to be near Connaught Place. That being said I honestly could not wait to leave and is a hotel experience I will remember for all the wrong reasons!

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 October 2011

I stayed for one night at the Check Inn and honestly went it without many expectations. The hotel has slightly tight rooms that appear a bit cramped once you have parked your luggage inside. To their credit though, the rooms are well designed and are clean and so is the washroom which was adequately spacious. The beds can do with some better mattresses and can be more comfortable.

The hotel has two major problems. It has a tiny kitchen at the back that offers modest food options. There is no dining area. If you want to eat, you will have to venture across the road to the 5 star Lalit or go to Bengali market which is 1/2 a mile away for some budget food. The second issue is that there is a train line right behind the hotel and every 20 mins some train would go steaming by making quite a bit of noise, specially if you are at one of the rooms in the back.

I guess the first problem is a conscious 'budget' decision and the second is beyond the control of the management. The service was courteous and I would recommend the place for 1-2 day stays also because it is close to CP and cab and Metro connectivity is easy.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled on business
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