This has to be one of the most interesting Indian buildings to stay in as a city hotel - and one of the most comfortable. Quietly elegant rather than luxurious, our spacious grand deluxe suite (we were upgraded from a deluxe on arrival) had two 4-poster beds complete with gauze netting and a delightful swing seat as well as comfortable sofa and armchairs. Family photos of the MG lineage with famous friends such as Prime Minister Nehru adorn the walls. The hotel has been refurbished in stages and the different public areas are worth an explore. The indoor pool area was a liitle sombre and deserted but my daughter made good use of the facilities.
We enjoyed delicious chaat and the mango festival in the groundfloor restaurant and a sumptuous Gujarati thali on the stunning roof terrace.
The best thing about the hotel was the thoughtful and attentive service (individual tips are discouraged - there is a staff tip box you can use). We came for two nights and stayed for four. Highly recommended.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking