“very nice hotel and economical hotel .location of the hotel is very close to Rama Krishna Ashram Metro Service Station. is also very close to New Delhi Airport metro station and the new Delhi railway station.“
“Clean rooms, a sitting area separate from bedroom (I was travelling with my teenage son), hot water, kettle, fridge, AC, comfortable Indian beds and pillows. Honest staff who do not push you to consume and do not ask for tips. I used to love Paharganj but have found Delhi very polluted on this occas“ ion so have taken one star down for location, although this is not something the hotel can change. The hotel is near R K Ashram Marg metro station (blue line) 1 stop from Rajiv Chowk (Connaught Place).
“I have stayed 1 night in Treebo Nataraj Yes Please - the staff was incredible, they have provided me a double room instead of single room with no extra charge! The rooms are comfortable, clean and well equipped. The shower is fantastic - scalding hot water 24/7. The hotel location is fantastic, 2 mi“ nutes walk from the main bazaar, and there is a big convenient store right next to the hotel. Highly recommended!
“Comfortable inn for a short stay. Good wifi. Hot water. Room service.
I could still hear a lot of noise from the streets, even after they gave me the quieter room, but it's Delhi, so I wasn't really surprised. Overall - it's a good choice for the price.“
“Great room, good bed, ac, fridge, washroom with warm water, AC, fan and TV. Reaching the hotel is easy. Just behind rk metro station. Booked 2400 room. Good breakfast is provided. Bed was big and clean. An extra bed was also there.“
“The staff is very cooperative and well mannered.The manager changed my room as soon as I had complained.Overall the stay was very comfortable.The cleanliness is good.Staff comes immediately upon call.“
-AbhayKumar58, 19 Jul 2019
Questions & Answers about Hotels near British High Comission,New Delhi
A friend of mine is visiting India from London and will be coming to New Delhi in a few days. Are there any good hotels close to the British High Commission?