Of course, this Hyatt has a great standard and equals many of the five star properties in Delhi or Mumbai. But wear and tear shows in the rooms and it misses the wow-effect newer properties deliver. Staff is absolutely fine with excellent attitudes at the restaurant, reception and bellboys. The food is really good, although within a year little new has been introduced. Prices for alcoholic drinks are outrageous of course. The beds are very comfortable and I enjoyed the lay out of my single room. Not very large, but a simple mirror effect created the impression of space and why not? Shower lay out is similar: being far from large the design is comfortable. Why does this hotel not have the hose for cleaning at the toilet (Indian system)? And as an example of wear and tear: heavy sliding door of the bathroom dies get stuck and makes you wonder how to get out of the bathroom (room 323). Keys tend to not work the first time which means to have to walk up and down or look for housekeeping staff.