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Rating 3.5/ 5 , based on 129 Review(s)
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Clarion Collection, Qutab New Delhi, New Delhi

Tue, 08 Dec – Wed, 09 Dec (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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2.9 / 5

(based on 3 review(s))

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Rating Summary

  • Comfort3
  • Facilities Available3
  • Value for money3
  • 3.0
  • 3.0
  • 2.7
  • 2.7

    Average!

    What's Good: The property is showing clear signs of aging. Needss to be refurbished.

  • 2.0

    Poor!

    What's Good: The staff at the reception were quite gruff and snooty and not helpful in their attitude. I had left one book in the lobby by mistake and when I called them to check, they said that it was with them. When I requested them, if they could send it to my address by mail, they said first I need to debit the money from my credit card. I was shocked as I was not asking for charity. Please tell the hotel to add my book in their Library as a gift from my side.

  • 4.0

    Very Good!

  • Overall Rating

    "Clarion Collection, Qutab New Delhi"
    3.5 Clarion Collection, Qutab New Delhi

    (based on 129 reviews)

  • Traveller Rating

    • Terrible 8
    • Poor 11
    • Average 34
    • Very Good 53
    • Excellent 23

  • Clean and Local Culture is Witnessed

    by TecParker on

    The rooms were spacious and clean and the housekeepers are great. They always replace my immaculate clean white bathrobe and they clean up my mess, even arrange it on top of a table runner, my fashion jewelries scattered all over the room when i tried and matched with clothes. Their food was good, for local choices and more important compared to the scary descriptions i heard, they were not as unhygenic. I have NOT experienced those bad handling of utensils and food like holding glasses in the mouth/rim or wiping silverware in their aprons or clothes. Their poolside and entrance area was decorated for a local/Indian wedding and it was an amazing experience. We eat at different parts of the hotel, with a view.

  • Restaurant - Not worth money paid

    by AshishFafadia on

    It's a great place and setting. In spite of winter time, it presented a cosy look but was over dark and cold once we spent time there. Things that were on off dampeners - They kept the door open which made it difficult to keep warm and also was a distraction. Music was loud and soft in patches. There was no theme to the music. Was sparsely staffer which meant we had to wait difficult to call for water and help as needed. Food - soups and starters are good though it had limited options. Team attitude towards errors a dampener. Add to it it was highly over charged. Very avoidable.

  • Terrible... Just terrible

    by davidjX9676FH on

    In summary: - hotel rooms were dirty and tired in need of a significant facelift - staff were polite but poorly trained in the basics of customer service - strange set up whereby you could only take breakfast in your room and the adjoining restaurant was so dark and gloomy it was almost impossible to see the food. - pretty expensive by Delhi standards for what you got I would strongly recommend you stay somewhere else! I was in Delhi for three days on business and this hotel had been booked for me by someone I was visiting. After one night plagued with issues I left the hotel. The staff at checkout were not overly surprised when I said I was leaving and whilst I complained about all of the issues there was no allowances made with my final bill. I spend a great deal of time travelling and whilst hotel quality varies widely this is down there with the worst I have stayed in.

  • Would stay again

    by Jemmaca on

    Was in India for 4 days for a wedding and this hotel was chosen by the brides family for all non-Indian guests. My room was very spacious. bed comfortable. desk with comfortable office chair. Wifi worked well. A/C worked perfectly which was important as the weather was in the 40s. I could see the outdoor pool from my room and it looked lovely but sadly I had no time to go. The elevator is tiny and slow. The hallways were like saunas so by the time I got downstairs to the lobby I was perspiring. Front desk staff we nice and helpful. Location was pretty good but we wanted to go to a few places for which we needed transportation. The first time I asked the front desk staff and they booked me their driver. The price was not clear, the driver spoke English but when I asked him about price he got evasive. I later took the same trip by outside taxi and paid 1/4 the amount. The included breakfast was ok. Sometimes lukewarm which bothered me a bit so I picked my items carefully. Service in that restaurant was exceedingly poor both for breakfast and for other meals. The drinks were tasty but I was a bit concerned that the cold drinks were not made with bottled water. I asked and did not get a clear answer. The smaller restaurant behind the front desk had better service and food was tasty and hot.

  • All about location

    by AMM122 on

    For me this hotel works perfectly. It's not super deluxe property but then you get what you pay for. Good rooms could do with soft furnishings I would suggest. But location is top class literally seven minutes from place of work. Clarion you will see me again

  • Overlooking the pool up higher level so activities can be observed if any

    by TecParker on August 4, 2018

  • Quite place with all the facilites

    by DJNath on May 18, 2015

  • Do not expect much, if travelling with family make sure you get rooms together, because they do not honor the request.

    by Anupam21 on July 28, 2014

  • Avoid rooms with a balcony, go for rooms facing lawns or main road

    by naresh w on April 25, 2014

  • ask before you book as construction noise could disturb your sleep in some of the bedrooms

    by unicornfish on April 15, 2014