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I have booked on line. The hotel is at walk-able distance from the Hyderabad Railway Station. The ambiance of the hotel is very good. The staff at reception found very co-operative. The property is very huge. The rooms are also good. The haul was that...More
WORST is the one word description for this.
CONS:Smelly front desk people, arrogant reception staff, smelly corridors, non working lifts, and many more
Details: This is the last preference I would suggest. People who would have booked online are given substandard secondary treatment...More
I booked this hotel for 3 days(2 Days with my name and one extra day with my wife's name). I booked it with MMT so I got cheaper rate as compare to other sites.
1. Main attraction is nearby. Ramoji's pickup bu's stop is...More
Very neat, great service. Friendly environment, great food. Affordable prices with nice location. Good and quick response from the management. Convenient location for shopping and visiting attractions.
Will suggest Sai Prakash Hotel.
One of the best budget hotel at strategic location. Very good rooms. Excellent room service. Rooms are very clean. Good food is available in nearby locality. Very much economical for budget travelers. I will definitely come back to this hotel for my next visit
US$13 - US$30 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#4 Best Value Hotel in Hyderabad
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A visit to Abids is a trip down the memory lane for most Hyderabadis. The 150-year old neighbourhood full of architectural history is today one of the most important commercial and shopping hubs of the city with Abid Road piercing through its heart connecting
parts of the old city to the new. Home to major businesses, hotels for travellers and shops for textiles, clothing, jewellery, footwear, and electronics, this is where you can visit ISKCON among other temples. As you approach the arterial sections of the neighbourhood, it feels like a time warp that takes you along the oldest schools, gardens and bakeries including over a 100-year old John’s Bakery famous for its plum cake, puran puri and sugar encrusted buns with a cherry on top, or cream cones.