Suncourt Hotel Yatri
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuncourt Hotel Yatri New Delhi
First stay was in a very small room with no windows so didn't like it too much but no return we got a large room and it was a lot better, so make sure you see the room first. The air conditioning is so loud and you have to have it on as the rooms get really warm, The staff are friendly and helpful and the food is ok. It has a great patio deck. The metro is in walking distance.
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... airport, and that a friend is waiting for me. (2 of those 3 are lies) He proceeds to mention the “festival” and calls my hostel to see what street is open. He even put me on the phone with hotel and I am told “sorry, the roads are all closed. You can’t get here.” In addition to the man’s lies all I hear through the phone are horns beeping, cars racing by, and other people talking. This is obviously not my hotel, but a ...
... the whole of Delhi that could be considered quiet. If they rented out rooms for the night they'd make a ******* killing.
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