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Rating 3.0/ 5 , based on 13 Review(s) Price: Rs. 1,925
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Hotel Siddharth, Jabalpur

Thu, 03 Dec – Fri, 04 Dec (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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Overall Rating

4.3 / 5

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Rating Summary

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  • Cleanliness1
  • Facilities Available1
  • Staff Service1
  • Room1
  • Value for money1
  • Location1
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  • 4.3

    Very Good!

    What's Good: Silence

    What needs to improve : Na

    Reason For Rating : This is best in economic rates

  • Overall Rating

    "Hotel Siddharth"
    3.0 Hotel Siddharth

    (based on 13 reviews)

  • Traveller Rating

    • Terrible 0
    • Poor 4
    • Average 6
    • Very Good 1
    • Excellent 2

  • Bad reception and etiquette

    by SushantH24 on

    Person at your reception is very childish, he first provided early checkin without mentioning any charges then called from reception just after check in and said we provided early check-in to you for free but it's a chargeable thing. He showed as if he has done some favour and showed disrespect. At the time of check out he asked for extra 300 rs for early check in , then why the hell he called first and shows as if he has done favour by giving early check-in. Room service guys knocks your door and then go to attend some other guests, we have to look here and there for who has knocked the door. Room service guys does not know the use of bell. They first ring the bell of the room and very next second they start trying to open the door. They do not wait for the permission from guests. At reception, at the time of checkin they made us sign a form which has primary column of male and there is no column for woman. From that form one can get the impression of backward mentality which believes that woman can only be accompanied by man. Woman cannot travel alone. P.S. In hotel and hospitality field, it is the behavior and etiquettes which make the difference. You should not treat your guests as if you provided them stay for free.

  • Not bad

    by 851kalyanr on

    The location of the property is very good. Rooms (both Ac and Non Ac) are good and according to the price paid for. Restaurant is good with enough varieties. If you are planning to visit and within a pre planned budget then it is possible for you to stay here. Neat and clean rooms with clean bathrooms. Family stay possible.

  • Not the worst place to stay

    by srgh93 on

    The most positive about this hotel is its central location: It's easy to access from the train station and other parts of the city. My stay was just okay. I got a dimly lit room. The bathroom was clean, but nothing to separate the shower area and toilet. The bath towels were poor quality and gave off thread when we used them. Though we did get a Goodnight, our night wasn't immune to mosquitos. Oh, and the tv barely works. They have an elevator, but it's an annoying contraption because it isn't easy to get in and out of. It's a budget hotel, but I've seen better budget hotels.

  • Good hotel value for money.Service is good, n may improve. The location of the hotel is good

    by N K B on

    Good service , my friend stay here also he enjoyed the service of hotel. The distance of the hotel from railway station is not far also the distance from bus stand is not big. I am stayed here with my friend.

  • COULDN'T STAY - but read

    by NickEaston on

    WE DID NOT STAY HERE but our brief experience is worth reporting. We arrived late afternoon after a long travel day. We'd made several failed attempts to contact Hotel Siddarth in advance but to no avail - all available contact details are out of date. And so we arrived without a reservation. On entering the hotel I simply asked, politely "Do you have any rooms available?" The man behind reception, called Mishal or Mistral, looked up and said curtly "No" and immediately looked down again. So I asked if he would mind if we took a seat in his lobby for while we searched for an alternative on our mobile internet. His answer was a firm and angry "No" as he gestured for us to get out of the hotel. This was, without doubt, the rudest welcome I've had in any hotel anywhere. And I said so, as we exited the hotel. He then called me back in asking "AC or non AC?" !!!! So they did have rooms. But apparently our business wasn't good enough for him. By this point I was visibly angry and he seemed to realise his mistake. He said that we wouldn't find a room in Jabalpur that night. We refused to discuss a room with him and left. The next 3 hotels we visited, predictably, all had a choice of rooms at similar or cheaper prices. Can't comment on the rooms or value. But the brief service we received was truly terrible. In all my years of travelling I've never felt so unwelcome.

  • try to get a room farther away from the road, it would probably be less noisy there.

    by vinodkumar78 on November 15, 2014

  • The AC and non AC rooms are practically the same with just the difference of cooler and AC. If you really dont need an AC, go for a non-AC room in case the weather allows to.

    by Rahul K on October 7, 2014