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Best hotel to stay with family and friends, staff is very efficient and courteous. Nice ambience, specially the main lobby is so grand and the rooms are so neat and clean, overall its a good place to stay at.
Best Hotel to stay.Rooms are spacious and maintained neatly.Staff's are quickly responsive.High speed WiFi facility. Food also tastes really good. As this hotel is nearer to Railway station and some attractive places, Family members can prefer this hotel.
Budget hotel with much promising facilities, located near to station and is convenient for transportation by cabs/autos/local/long distance trains or local buses. The vegetarian food is awesome, a definite try. We would highly consider it if we visit again.
This was a lovely hotel and staff was one of the best people I've came across in a hotel in a long time. There were very friendly and nice to the kids.
Rooms were clean and beds were large and comfortable. The food at the...More
Sai Prakash is best hotel. Services are fast, rooms are very clean. Staff is very co-operative. Excellent bar and restaurant services. Affordable price. You will enjoy with family and friends.
Overall best place for staying.
US$15 - US$36 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.