This hotel is in a nice locality and it looks pretty decent from the outside so we had never thought even in our worst nightmares what was in store for us once we went in! There is a tiny lobby at which the receptionist was fast sleep, even though it was only about 9 PM! Half a dozen bellboys kept peeping out of different corners like they were shocked to see people actually checking into the hotel! The tariff was 2000 rupees for a double A/C room, and it was the worst experience ever!! Once we were done with the check-in formalities, one of the bellboys who had been peeping all that time, helped us with our bags. The approach to the room felt like a scene from a horror movie.. We had to first go past the back entrance to the kitchen (the cook came out to take a look at us too) and washing area! It was very filthy! The elevator looked like it was a hundred years old, and the bellboy preferred to take the staircase and we quietly followed him. We had to walk through a long, dark corridor and we stumbled a couple of times over used pillows and blankets thrown on the floor! The room was very shady looking. It had a double bed and TV and large windows with no curtains! It was like the story of "Goldilocks and The Three Bears". The bed looked like someone else had already slept on it and all the time we got the feeling that someone was watching us, and we even heard whispers right outside the door! When my hubby opened the door, two pesky, inquistive bellboys pretended to hurry past! The ONLY thing about this hotel that wasnt weird was the food. There was Indian and Chinese. It came from the restaurant Shukriya downstairs and was quite tasty. We could hardly get any sleep at night and checked out at the break of dawn. In a nutshell, I would not recommend this hotel at all, unless you have absolutely no other option.. But even then, I'd rather spend the night in my car or on the street! It is the kind of place that makes you feel uncomfortable right from the time you step in till the time you step out!