Considering the low price ($40 per night) this is a good hotel. I arrived 2 am and found the door locked, but after repeated knocking someone came to open it. Turned out the staff was sleeping in the Lobby :-). Room is nice, but with the usual Indian style plumbing and cabling. The airco could only be off or on (which was too much for me to bear).
I tried using the internet, but it only worked in the lobby after they reset the PC, router and something else. Breakfast was minimal, the roof terrace has only one table, so they brought it to my room.
The hotel is a bit hard to find, it's not exactly where Google maps shows it, but still not far from the Karol Bagh metro station. Expect your taxi to drive around for a while, in the dark all streets look alike.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Sarthak Palace offers 35 air-conditioned accommodations with complimentary newspapers and complimentary bottled water. Rooms feature city views. These individually furnished accommodations have separate dining areas. Memory foam beds feature Egyptian cotton linens and premium bedding. 40-inch LCD televisions come with premium cable channels and free movie channels. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations with handheld showerheads, makeup/shaving mirrors, and complimentary toiletries. ... more less
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