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Chevvanthi Lodge, Erode

Fri, 11 Dec – Sat, 12 Dec (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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    "Chevvanthi Lodge"
    2.0 Chevvanthi Lodge

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  • Average hotel worth for your money

    by Dave_BOOMBA on

    Average Hotel for short stay. The rooms and wash rooms were well maintained. The hotel staffs were supportive and courteous. The toilet doors were very much noisy while operating. Maintenance work was going on and was very much disturbing during day time. Railway station was very close the hotel.

  • Very very bad hotel

    by kumar1305 on

    Bad hotel ...........bad staff check for camera in room . Just check in kitchen area all expired item they are getting from cheap prices and using for food .mutton s not used cow .owner is really using bad manner to lady's.....

  • Wish I could give zero stars!

    by Phili173 on

    This is one of the worst hotels I have ever visited. We booked this hotel on a booking website as we were passing through Tirupur for a couple of days. The hotel looks nothing like any of the pictures online and even the hotel lobby is of questionable appearance. We didn't recieve much of a welcoming and taken to see two rooms, neither of which looked like the pictures, and were not very nice at all (or even clean!) The lifts were not even working and we were on the 3rd floor so it was not fun getting our stuff to and from the room. The included breakfast was also terrible and not what we had expected, and if you want anything other than idillies,(which sambar wasnt even available one of the days) they will charge you. When we went to check out at 10am, we were suddenly told to our surprise that we were required to pay for an extra nights stay, completely confused, we questioned why and were told check out was 7am, something neither of us had ever heard of and we were definately not informed of this on arrival! Needless to say after some debate about this, which was delaying us to get to the train, we asked to speak to the manager. The manager was very rude and started to yell at us and make an embarrassing scene. We then showed him our booking which we had on our phone which clearly showed that check out was 12pm not 7am!? We then said we simply would not pay and tried to leave, at that point the staff snatched my suitcase and broke the handle only making the whole situation worse. In the end the manager yelled at us to leave after we phoned the local police and we did so.. a very bad start to our day after an uncomfortable stay, as you can imagine!

  • Quality that go along with the price - nice staff

    by Tiftiflu on

    I checked out from Ginger Hotel as I found it really overrated compared with the quality of the stay. I came to Brindhavan, thinking that at least I would pay cheap and for good reasons. 670rs for a big non-AC room, not super maintained but tidy and kept averagely clean. If you are budget and want to pay the minimum in town, go for it. If you can extend till 1000rs go for Swaad Hotel, just aside, that offers really better quality non-AC room. Nevertheless, I want to highlight the kindness of the staff and most of all Rajesh that had been really warm and helpful.

  • Cheaper Accomodation

    by Kishore R on

    If you want one night stay at cheaper cost , this is the option. Very close to railway station and it is in city center. Rooms from Rs.500 is a good option. No facilities in the hotel , it is a basic lodge.

  • ask to visit each room and take the one on road side if you want light.

    by Tiftiflu on August 18, 2016

  • dont go to this hotel please

    by Srinivasan T on September 16, 2015