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Sun, 28 Jul – Mon, 29 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by guest on Mar 24,2019
What's Good: The rooms with balcony, wonderful
What needs to improve : Location is little far from commercial places like connaught place and New Delhi
Reason For Rating : Very good Room, spacious, Good locality, Ambience and they maintain it very clean..
by Sam on Jan 02,2019
What's Good: Stay &cleanliness
What needs to improve : Restaurant
Reason For Rating : Good sevice and friendly staff
by Adarsh on Dec 19,2018
What's Good: Location
What needs to improve : Cost
Reason For Rating : Good Staff Clean room. Good for family stay
by Pritesh on Oct 24,2018
What's Good: Good ambience and rooms
What needs to improve : All fine
Reason For Rating : Very good rooms
by NARENDRAN on Dec 07,2017
What's Good: cleanliness
What needs to improve : service and location
Reason For Rating : Pathetic service and location of the hotel
by Azad on Jun 07,2017
What's Good: room size. cleanliness.
What needs to improve : pool not functioning. bar not functioning.
by Sayd A on May 14, 2019
Very clean and respectful staff, loved the overall experience. Check in was very quick and the front desk was very helpful. I would come back here again for sure! Very well priced and affordable. 10/10
by shivpuri1234 on May 14, 2019
I stayed at the Mantra Amaltas during one of the hottest months of the year i.e. May and had an enjoyable stay. Now that i have completed my stay i can take a moment to reflect on my stay. The service, hospitality, food and location of the hotel were absolutely fatastic. The staff always made me feel at home and the meals at the end of a long ad tiring day were delicious. Personally I would recommend the biryani. I could commute to famous landmarks and monuments in the city in a short amount of time. Metros connecting the hotel to other parts of the NCR really helped. On a whole I would definitely recommend the Mantra for future travellers no matter what the purpose of stay may be.
by SAGAR_SM on April 28, 2019
I stayed there for one night the room was provided neat and clean and the buffet breakfast have many options. I had great experience with Mantra I wish to come again and the hotel is 100% recommended.thanks to team mantra.
by FlyAway113 on April 7, 2019
We booked through Trail Blazers for a golden triangle tour and this was the first hotel we stayed in. Sadly, contrary to some of the good reviews, we found our room to be very under par. It smelt damp and the wardrobe was unusable due to a very strong smell of damp and mould. The wall in the corner was mouldy, the windows dirty with dead flies on the sill, the bathroom rusty and scruffy, the shower leaked water all over the floor so we had to paddle around and use the towels to mop up so we didnt slip, the fridge was hot, not cold, we had to ask several times for replacement towels (we couldnt find anyone in reception and resorted to asking the restaurant staff for help. They requested them, twice but still we had to go chasing for them until we were eventually given 2), the bed wasnt clean; indeed it looked like it had been slept in previously; creased, make up smudges and a couple of hairs; very off-putting, The breakfast was very limited and hardly anything left at 8.30 and with only 1 member of staff who appeared after a couple of minutes. On the plus side the hotel was centrally located and the room large and spacious. Luckily our next hotels were significantly better so at least it didnt ruin the holiday but it wasnt what we hoped for after 2 long flights.
by 2012sunilmumbai on March 6, 2019
We stayed here for five nights as it was a few hundred metres from the wedding venue. Our hostess had booked over 20 rooms - guests from abroad and India. Imagine how they were inconvenienced and they could not complain as we were all her guests for 2 nights; but, in my case, I was also staying on for three days extra at my cost. My hostess was embarrassed with the quality of poor service given to her guests. The negatives-- 1) The rooms were large but poorly maintained. First day for 36 hours, our room key sensor did not work so we had to ask for room door to be opened each time by master key. 2) On Day 3, the toilet jet spray had to be replaced. 3) The halogen lights in the room gave no light. The one by the cupboard worked. So they replaced with a very large white light (type used by shopkeepers) which was good. 4) On Day 4, there was no hot water in the bathroom 5) On Day 5, the toilet stopped working and was repaired after many hassles. 6) The housekeeper is a sweet old lady but totally inadequate for the job. She does not check on what is working or not. e.g. the bathroom light above shower area stopped working after 3 days and we did not complain, nothing was done. 7) The wifi is nonexistent in ground floor rooms and poor elsewhere. 8) the most irritating was the internet - whilst staff said password / username was valid for 3 days, I found that on my iPhone and iPad, I had to input both items EVERY SINGLE time after sleep mode or non use but working mode!! 9) Dining room staff - they swept the food particles onto the floor after cleaning the table at breakfast time! 10) Every time / daily we had to remind staff to replenish the room - towels, teabags etc. 11) There is lot of pigeon gunge on the balcony and window ledges everywhere. The positives -- Arun (the bellboy cum room cleaner) and Neha (the receptionist) were the only two staff who were proactive and did their work with sincerity. The rest just instructed others without any follow-up. The breakfast was filling and good. The manager Mr K. Tripathy was polite and helpful but he had his limits. When the bill was presented, I had it corrected as it was without taxes. Then I gave him the revised bill so that he could tell me the final payable after rebate for all the inconveniences. He gave a 12% rebate on bill after I insisted something be done.
by shivpuri1234 on May 14, 2019
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