Hotel Sri Nanak Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Sri Nanak Continental New Delhi
I had flights trouble before arriving to India and all my previous reservations were lost. So we made reservations to this hotel the day before through trip advisor. Since we only had two days left and we were still all the way up in Dharamsala, we took advantage of the service and also booked a tour to the Taj Mahal. The next evening we arrived and yes, this is not Connaught Place. But everyone that works there made our stay in Delhi so much better. When I presented the reception desk assistant with our reservations to go to Agra (The Taj and all) he made the necessary calls to find out what the tour consisted of and what we would get for our money. As it turned out, it was only a driver. Then he proceeded to make better arrangements for us at a third of the price!
Our flights were that night at 1 and 3 in the morning. On returning from Agra we were allowed to return to our already checked out rooms to refresh ourselves and leave our luggage there until after dinner. I highly recommend this hotel.
Before you go there make sure to visit the hotel's web site and print out the map they have. A lot of city drivers are not so familiar with the area.
Great place to stay excellent fresh food!!
We stayed here on 19th Oct and again on 26th October. Staff great management superb...thanx for the tour! Food fantastic. If you're looking for clean rooms at very reasonable prices then this is a good bet. I will be staying here agin in March 2007...Fabulous. Raj Randhawa B'ham UK
Average/OK hotel for India
This hotel is functional and most importantly, clean. However I struggled to get hot water pretty much all of my stay. The location is on a pretty horrible street, but hey, this is old Delhi. Air conditionning is very effective but my room had no window so was a bit dark. Generally OK, but for the money I think you can get more in Delhi.
Good bet for Delhi
Clean rooms. Staff was excellent -- honest and straightforward. Reasonably priced compared to others in the area. I read the reviews of other hotels in Delhi and chose this one because nothing else sounded very good. It turned out to be a decent place. The hotel is not as central as it sounds - the roads right around it have nothing exciting for a tourist. But the hotel staff was extremely helpful in getting us transportation and giving suggestions for shopping.
Room OK, but noisy and location not great
Hotel is in Karol Bagh, a very busy and non-tourist area of Delhi 10-15 minutes by rickshaw from Connaught Place / Old Delhi. Staff were very helpful - complimentary airport pickup, bottled water and train advice. Room was reasonable, but hotel was extremely noisy during the night resulting in a poor night's sleep. Tourists would be better finding a more central hotel.
The hotel is basically OK. However when we were there the restuarant was closed for refurbishment (didn't tell us that when we booked), and there were several problems with the air-con in our room. You need the air-con believe me!
The location isn't great. Not the best part of town but only 10 or 15 minutes from Connaught circus.
The upside is that the staff are really helpful. They try very hard to meet your needs. They have modern air conditioned cars and drivers to rent for very reasonable rates (have to pay by cash for the car). It was actually cheaper to have the hotel car take us out to a restaurant, hang around until we finished and drive us back than it was to get a taxi there and a taxi back.
We received free complementary bottled water and fruit every day. Too much fruit if anything!
We are located in Karol bagh on main Hardhyan singh Road near to biggest main market in Delhi & 2 km from Cannaught Palace & it is not true that location of karol Bagh is not the best part of town .
An excellent choice!
Initially we were reluctant to book this hotel due to the relatively low price but we read the reviews and decided to go for it. We were collected at the airport as arranged and Sandeep and his staff did all they could to make our stay a pleasant one; nothing was too much trouble. The rooms have all been refurbished and provide all the facilities you'd generallly expect in a four star hotel, in the context of Delhi! It proved to be a good location, busy and congested outside but we always felt safe.
Good hotel..not a great area
Stayed here for 3 nights. The staff are really nice and helpful. There were 5 of us - and we had a massive suite which was brilliant with double bed; bunk beds and another room within.
the complimentary breakfast was fantastic with great variety. the rooms also have wi-fi internet access.
However, the power goes out quite frequently and can take a while to start again. The area is not great if you have a family as outside is mostly mechanic garages, and no families in sight.
overall it is better to stay in the connaught place area; however this hotel is great for the price.
Great Hotel!! Friendly service
What a great hotel!! Extremely clean. We had teenage kids and got a room with bunk beds which was very comfortable. The Maharaja suite was for sufficient for 2 adults and 2 teenagers. The hotel has been recently remodeled and it shows. The bathroom facilities were extremely clean and well kept. It was our first visit to Delhi and the hotel staff treated us very well. They picked us us from the airport and dropped us off. Do not let anybody at the airport tell you the hotel is closed. This is a common tactic by scammers to redirect you to their commissioned hotels.
The hotel is located in a commercial center and a bit off the beaten path. However, we had no problems in renting a car or going by rickshaw everywhere. All the shopping places are relatively close by. The front desk can arrange tours and trips to anywhere at very competitive rates. The hotel manager, Sandeep, was very friendly and helpful.
We met fellow Americans at the hotel who had equally good things to say.
Overall, we enjoyed our 5 day stay at Sri Nanak Hotel Continental in Karol Bagh in Delhi.
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