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"An oasis of calm in bustling Gurgaon"
Beautiful hotel that is as enjoyed as on previous stays. Decent rooms with five star standards. Hotel staff always helpful but if you need to check out in a hurry, it's best to give good warning. Only three running machines in smallish gym.
The time you enter this hotel, it takes you to a whole new experience. So green, so serene, the ceilings are so high that gives you a feeling of a palace. Truly the best 5 star in gurgaon. The place is so calm that you can spend hours sitting and seeing the greenery all over.
"Excellent hotel, excellent service"
Stayed here on business last week and everything was very, very good. The staff are friendly and attentive. The food was very good and bar accommodating. The rooms are a good size, not as big as the Oberoi next door, but still very comfortable. The only thing that I think could be improved is the shower, it was a bit old and basic and seemed to stand out in a room that had everything else so well kept. Would happily stay here again though when next in Gurgaon.
"Stunning but slightly lacking in 'soul'"
There is no doubt that this hotel is stunning - a designer's dream. Simple, modern architecture with pools and clever lighting. The interiors are lovely too - clean, simple, modern, elegant. Nice big bedrooms with all the mod cons. As with all the hotels in this chain (I've stayed in a few), the service is excellent and the food delicious. But (and some will consider this nitpicking) I haven't given it 5 stars because it lacks atmosphere and could have been in any city anywhere. It felt artificial in the same way that many hotels in the Middle East do. I was lucky enough to discover a group of musicians playing in a side room, which was a treat - but virtually no one else was there listening because most guests would not have known they were there. A shame that this lovely cultural treat was sidelined. This is a great hotel for an overnight stay, as it is close to the airport, and I imagine it would be a good hotel for business meetings and conferences; but I wouldn't consider it as a base for a holiday in India due to its lack of Indian 'soul'. Also, it's quite a long way from the centre of Dehli and it is in an area undergoing a lot of building and development, which is in evidence all around the hotel.
Went to the coffee shop for lunch with my colleagues - 11 of us .There was loud Hindi film music playing in the lawns evoking the feel of a Fariyas Lonavala or equivalent. This spoilt the experience completely .The great man had once said " even ladies of the night make money" when an executive had pointed out the money an Oberoi hotel could make from weddings with large banners in the lobby . Clearly the soul is selling out
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM