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C11/A,Main Road Masoosdpur,Vasant Kunj, New Delhi , 110070 | Show on Map
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Aravali Inn is roughly 4 km from Red Light Bus Station and 3 km from Sanjay Van. The property in New Delhi is inclusive of a front desk that offers 24-hour assistance to its patrons.With its three well-kept rooms to choose from, the property in New Delhi offers a comfortable stay.
A host of conveniences available in the rooms include television set, ceiling fan, large bed, telephone and mini-fridge.Apart from good accommodation in New Delhi, the property provides laundry and 24-hour room service to its patrons.
Other facilities include parking space, security guard and luggage storage space. Nearby points of interest to drop by include Qutub Minar (5 km), Mehrauli Archaeological Park (7 km) and Hauz Khas Fort (10 km).
Aravali Inn is accessible from Safdarjung Railway Station (9 km) and Sultanpur Metro Station (6 km).
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by WenMaria on
Stayed 5 nights - lovely friendly staff, lovely accommodation and beautiful pool and grounds. Buffet breakfast has an amazing choice of food. Very happy with this hotel and thoroughly recommend staying here.
by yurt1811027 on
Perfect English speaker when booking and in all communications; great communication by phone - very polite and efficient; my taxi driver didn't know where to go so the owner sent someone to come and meet me - priceless service as a single female at night in Delhi. The room, lounge, diner and kitchen had everything you need - clean and functional. It is possible to order food delivery from local restaurants. The metro is close - five mins. walk.
by AnHonestReviewer2014 on
Talking loudly, crashing pots and pans, watching loud YouTube videos, etc is what you hear in the room when you're actually trying to sleep or watch TV or what have you. The caretaker barely speaks any English and has a very unhelpful attitude, so unhelpful that you ask yourself what wrong have you done to the guy. Not to mention he quotes a higher price for every service (laundry, buying water from the corner store, etc.) so that he can make a cut. The owners are nowhere to be seen except for a framed picture on the wall. I would NOT recommend anyone to stay here, even if it's for free!
by Kelly J on
We had initially booked a different B&B (Eleven Hotel), but were contacted the day before our trip by that owner and told that their plumbing line had burst and that we could no longer stay there. Instead he offered to put us up at K11 at his expense. The fact that it was free to us was pretty much the ONLY good thing about this residence, unfortunately. The only other person we saw during our stay was the nice man who seemed to be some sort of caretaker (no other guests). He spoke very limited English but was friendly. I was envious of other reviewers who had great experiences with the proprietors of this hotel, as we felt sort of stuck on our own with no guidance here. So, the issues we had: number one, it was freezing. The "hot" water could barely be called lukewarm, and there was no functioning heater. We found it was warmer to open the balcony door, because the temperature outside was better than inside. We piled on extra blankets on the bed and had to sleep in wool socks and layers. It was just really uncomfortable to be shivering cold at all times. Next, the bathroom was gross. Not particularly clean or well cared for. I felt icky taking a shower in bare feet, like I was going to contract something from the floor. They offered wifi as a perk, but the caretaker would turn it off when he went to bed (I assume) and not turn it on until midday the next day. As we were jetlagged from traveling across the world, it was frustrating to know that when we woke up in the early hours of the morning, the wifi was there but not turned on. Keep it on 24 hours a day! The caretaker made us "breakfast" for the road when we did an early morning tour of Agra, and it was just a thick layer of cold butter on white bread and some rotting oranges. We didn't eat this and had to purchase our own food on the road. Finally, the surrounding area didn't make us feel particularly safe as two young women traveling together. People would light fires outside on the street and loiter around staring at us as we tried in vain to find a restaurant/ATM/etc nearby. In the end we learned the obvious lesson that if something is free, there's a reason why. Would not pay to stay here under any circumstance!
by xtinadsala on
I stayed here with two friends in a room advertised as a triple. When something is advertised as a triple (as opposed to adding an extra bed in a double room), I expect all the beds to be of similar quality. The room had a nice queen bed and the third bed was a cot one might lie on to tan on the beach with a thin mattress on top. It was more like a hammock than a bed. Luckily, the staff was really nice and negotiated using the extra room for only an additional Rs. 500. The water was also not hot until 10 minutes after turning on the shower. It was also VERY cold and the rooms were not very well insulated and only one had a space heater. All of these observations come from the fact that we paid a high price for this room and I expected the amenities to be much better for that price. The breakfast was pretty average - toast and eggs. All this being said, the staff was very nice and helpful about showing us places to go and things to do in the area. The person who managed my booking was also very helpful in connecting us with our taxi driver picking us up from the train station and taking us to the hotel.
by AnHonestReviewer2014 on February 14, 2014
by xtinadsala on January 22, 2014
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