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I lived in Europe 10 years and decided to open a hostel in India which reflects the TRADITIONS and cultural atmosphere of this marvelous country. A place which is SAFE, CLEAN, with the FACILITIES of a deluxe hotel.
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I stayed at Sreejesh Sambsivan's Best Hostel in Delhi, and had a mixed impression. Upon arrival at 10:30 PM, the receptionist was very nice but tried to give me a bed in a room with other travelers although the listing on AirBnB specifically mentioned this was a private room with a private bath. After I showed them the email confirmation they apologized and gave a private room with a private bathroom. The room was very clean, had a great AC, and had a flat screen television. There was a water heater, and complimentary tea, coffee, sugar, and creamer. The one part that really impressed me was that the sheets had no stains! This is a pleasant surprise compared to the standard room offered in Delhi at this price range. The next morning I got up to eat my free breakfast which had been promised in the AirBnB listing, and they told me that my room did not come with free breakfast. After showing them the listing again, they gave me free breakfast. At this point, everything was fine. However, that evening I asked a woman who worked at the front desk what time the complimentary dinner was at, and the receptionist responded that they did not give free dinner. I showed them the listing which specifically said that free dinner was included, and they informed me that they would call the owner and talk to him. When I spoke to the owner he was quite rude. He said to me, "Why do you think I would give you free dinner?" I responded, "Because your listing on AirBnB claims that you provide free dinner." He said, "How could I stay in business if I gave you free dinner, free breakfast, and free WIFI all for Rs. 1250.?" I said, "I'm not sure, but I made my decision to stay here based on what you advertised on AirBnB. You and your staff have tried to go back on many of the things that you claim to provide on AirBnB, and I do not feel like false advertisement is professional...." Although, I tried to finish my sentence, he interrupted me and starting yelling. He told me that this is not his fault and that I need to call AirBnB to correct the problem. I told him that I had no problem with AirBnB, instead I had a problem with him for claiming to provide amenities that he had no intention of providing. Then he told me that this is not his fault again, and I asked him who's fault it was and he told me it was my fault because I misunderstood the AirBnB listing. I told him to fix his listing or there will be a lot more "misunderstandings" in the future regarding his other customers, although I won't be returning after the way he spoke to me. After all got no dinner, just an earful from the owner. I liked the hotel and the staff, just not the owner.
quite far south, but easily reached on the metro (Saket station is a five minute walk away) and a little hard to find but overall a great place. This is vey much a guesthiuse. There are some dorms and some ig double rooms. the bathrooms are shared but kept nice and clean. the breakfast (toast and tea) was a good time to meet other travellers and sit in the nice communal areas of the place. the building is great. It has a garden and all felt very secure. The team there were extrememly helpful and friendly. They provided a good list of nearby and popular attractions and sometimes have bbq's and nice little parties.
Priya is always doing her best. if you need anything , she'll handel it. I had a good stay.
Sunny and his girlfriend were great guests. Very clean and respectful. I would have them stay again any time. Highly recommended.