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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 7 December 2008

Stayed about three nights; safety and courtesy was not an issue for us (we were an all female entourage); staff was nice and helpful; my emails were always promptly replied to. This is a one-star hotel, described as mid-range by Lonely Planet and in some other sources as a three star--but its not. Hotels in Delhi are expensive, which may...

Thank Nyasa07
Reviewed 28 October 2008

thes hotel it is Very good and Comfortable and Good service and The most important thing in Central City I stayed three days in it

1Thank ahmedww4
Reviewed 22 October 2008

I had a nice stay at Hotel 55. Before one books here, they need to set their expectations. This is a one star hotel with 15 rooms. I stayed here for three weeks. I have never been waited on hand and foot like I was at Hotel 55. You have to take advantage of their hospitality. The breakfast menu was...

Thank vokster
Reviewed 15 September 2008

This is probably the worst hotel that I've resided in New Delhi. I still remember opening the wardrobe and a flurry of mosquitoes burst out; It was horrifying. I requested the hotel staff to atleast spray some insect repellant but it fell on deaf years. The rooms were terrible and moldy. Avoid like the plague!

Thank mystique9999
Reviewed 30 April 2008

This hotel has GOT to be the most squalid and disgusting place i've ever seen (and i've stayed in some dives). Words cannot describe how repulsive this place really is. We stayed in Delhi for 2 nights and heard about hotel 55 from the lonely planet. The hotel website is incredibly misleading and claims to be 3 star, when I...

4Thank nurseclaire01
Reviewed 26 March 2008

If you are expecting any kind of luxury you will be disappointed (hotel website in this case is perhaps a bit misleading), but if you want reasonably priced (in terms of its excellent location) basic accomodation than you can't go wrong. Staff were fairly helpful. All in all I was quite satisfied with what I got for my money. Could...

1Thank intrepidtraveller_8
Reviewed 8 January 2008

After we were stood up at the airport by Hotel Blue (just as well they didn't turn up by the look of it from the outside) we had to wander round Connaught Place in the dark looking for a hotel. Hotel 55 was the cheapest we could find but 3000rp (about $80) for this dump was a complete rip off....

3Thank joaozinho
01IndiaTraveler, Manager at Hotel 55, responded to this review

Our One Star Hotel is approved by the Gov. of India, Dept of Tourism and most reasonably priced for our area. We are a clean, well-respected hotel. Many of our guests have returned many times over throughout the years.

Reviewed 23 October 2007

If you enjoy staying in a windowless, grotty and filthy room smelling of gasoline, with the noise of about 10 indian guys yelling their head off until the early hours in front of your door (next to the reception), go on and book this hotel. And the guy at the reception works together with some other locals that hang around...

3Thank petijn
01IndiaTraveler, Manager at Hotel 55, responded to this review

The room occupied by this guest is next to our reception area and is the LAST issued when we are filled. International guests arrive throughout the night, As for gas smell, have no idea how this could have occurred as there is no window. Thank you.

Perth, Australia
Reviewed 3 April 2007

our hearts sank when we walked into our bedroom. it was a complete dump with a rubbish bed and whilst technically it did have an ensuite shower, i wouldn't have washed a dog in it. bearing in mind it was costing about £40 (~$80) a night it was atrocious. another aspect was that at night time there were permanently men...

3Thank aidyonline
Reviewed 21 March 2007

Arrived late at night on train and didn't really have any other options at that time the room was already booked when we arrived we found that the room charge they had up on the board was 1,000 Rups more than the Indiatourism pamphlet indicated, got into room and it was terrible, small grotty and generally crap. Were quite concerned...

2Thank simbah
01IndiaTraveler, Manager at Hotel 55, responded to this review

In India, prices change and quoted prices in books are usually out of date. Our rooms are clean and are an approved One Star Hotel by the Govt of India. Thank you.

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Address: H-55, Outer Circle Connaught Circus, New Delhi 110001, India
Region: India > National Capital Territory of Delhi > New Delhi
Price Range: $47 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
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