Hotel Sri Nanak Continental

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Hotel Sri Nanak Continental

, New Delhi
3 star

Rooms: 25

2222 Hardhyan Singh Road ,Karolbagh, - New Delhi - 110005 - India Hotel Website | | 011-28756310, 9810400394
193 Traveller

Reviews - Hotel Sri Nanak Continental

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9/10
Good Hotel
Submitted by: Annette Molinaro in 22/01/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Fiji
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
I stayed at Hotel nanak in December 2006. Check in was easy, staff very friendly. Food in the restaurant was delecious with lot to choose from in the buffett. Rooms are nice and clean and beds are made twice a day and staff is always wanting to go extra mile to help the customers. I will definitely stay here on my next visit to Delhi.
3/10
Overpromised and greatly underdelivered
Submitted by: Farzana in 16/10/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
My husband and I have stayed at many hotels worldwide and this is most definitely the WORST hotel that we have come across, despite the fact that we only stayed for 3 nights. We had read several positive reviews before booking our stay at Sri Nanak but on arrival we were thoroughly disappointed.
My husband and I arrived at 10pm from Bangalore. On arrival we were greeted by a young man at reception with "Oh...so you are Mr Quayum?". I may have an Indian surname with an English accent but this hardly conveys confidence for a hotel meant for international tourists.
Our stay as listed:
1. The bed covers were dirty, complimentary with long black hairs and small dead flies in the folds. We had to request for 'clean' sheets.
2. The air conditioning (a large machine) was noisy and positioned directly by the bed at arm's length.
3. The hotel's website states 'running hot and cold water' - hot water was only available on running the hot tap for over 20 minutes, when we informed reception that there was no hot water, we were told to keep running it until it became hot!
4. The bathroom fan exploded (yes...sparks and smoke and then black out!) I called reception, somebody came up and told me that they would have an electrician see to it the next day - this did not happen...surprisingly.
5. At 4am we were woken up by someone banging on our door (the doors were flimsy and the staff kept trying to open the door from the outside at other times)! There were no door signs to state 'Do not disturb' or 'Please clean my room'.
6. These rooms are not sound proofed - we could hear guests chatting loudly and their children running up and down the corridor outside our room at 6am.
7. The wardrobe door was broken, dirty and had a strong odour so we decided against keeping anything in there.
8. There was a safe in the wardrobe however it was not bolted down or attached to anything - so anyone could walk off with it!

All in all a miserable stay that we had to make do with as there was no time to search for other hotels during our 3 night stay in Delhi. Think very carefully before staying here...you have been warned!
9/10
A Very Good Hotel
Submitted by: Hanuma in 31/08/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: India
  • Traveller type:
We went for a Interview purpose, the hotel was good, as well the staff are also good, Rates are also very reasonable.

The treatment was very good. We have booked this hotel just before the day of our journey at night 1.00 am, they have provided the cab from airport to hotel and for other purposes also for a reasonable rates.

I am thank full to the Hotel facilities and their staff.

Hope they will maintain the same for ever

10/10
Awesome hotel
Submitted by: Andy in 10/08/06
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
Travelers, this hotel is quite great. The hotel is value for money. Food, service, staff, environment is quite good.

It also has the Wi-Fi , towels , cleanliness were quite clean and above expectations. Do stay at this hotel if you are planning to come to Delhi .
10/10
Clean hotel and great service
Submitted by: NM in 10/07/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
What a great hotel!! Extremely clean. We had teenage kids and got a room with bunk beds which was very comfortable. The Maharaja suite was for sufficient for 2 adults and 2 teenagers. The hotel has been recently remodeled and it shows. The bathroom facilities were extremely clean and well kept. It was our first visit to Delhi and the hotel staff treated us very well. They picked us us from the airport and dropped us off. Do not let anybody at the airport tell you the hotel is closed. This is a common tactic by scammers to redirect you to their commissioned hotels.
The hotel is located in a commercial center and a bit off the beaten path. However, we had no problems in renting a car or going by rickshaw everywhere. All the shopping places are relatively close by. The front desk can arrange tours and trips to anywhere at very competitive rates. The hotel manager, Sandeep, was very friendly and helpful.
We met fellow Americans at the hotel who had equally good things to say.
Overall, we enjoyed our 5 day stay at Sri Nanak Hotel Continental in Karol Bagh in Delhi.
9/10
Very good hotel
Submitted by: Andy Armstrong in 17/02/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Germany
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
This hotel is very good and the prices are quite reasonable. It's worth staying here. The ambience and the high quality food is just awesome.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Hotel Sri Nanak Continental

Surprisingly good

from BornBavarian
Obviously, the Sri Nanak is not the Hyatt or the Sheraton. However, once you get over your initial doubts, for instance, about the area the hotel is located in, then it's not a bad hotel at all. In fact, as it turns out, Karol Bagh, the area where the hotel is located offers some of the busiest and most authentic street markets of Delhi. It is a GREAT place for doing shopping, dining, etc. once you get used to the huge amounts of people on the street, the cars, the noise, etc. The hotel itself is simple, but clean, and the staff is quite friendly. They also have on the roof of the hotel a restaurant, which offers a rather unattractive breakfast for westeners, but quite delicious Indian cuisine. Also, Karol Bagh is a very lively area, so there is a fair amount of noise during the day, but at night it quietens down. Then the only thing noticable is the barking of the street dogs...
I would definitely go there again, although I can see that the Sri Nanak is not for everyone. A big plus should also be mentioned: they offer free WiFi in all rooms! Very, very handy when you are in India.

not bad

from robbosh
for a first time visitor to delhi we found the surrounding location pretty scary.it looked even more run down and destitute than i imagined, its right on the edge of the biggest market in asia and the hussle and bustle was a bit intimidating on the first day.
after a day or so we got into it and thought it was pretty cool.
if your looking for budget prices then stay away i think we paid over the odds compared with other places we stayed.
the hotel itself was clean and tidy, the staff helpful and the food was ok.
would i stay again - yes i think i would.

Not for the faint of heart. Adventurers ony.

from WorldTravellinNewbie
If you are looking at this hotel and are used to the good stuff (Sofitels, Hiltons, etc.) you SHOULD STOP NOW. The whole Delhi experience is a jarring one for westerners, and frankly, while going to a hotel like this is safe, it will make the experience that much more trying.

If you are looking at it because no other rooms are available in the entire city (which is what happened to me) go ahead and cancel your trip to Delhi, or head on over to Mumbai, which is a city that actually has a good airport, roads, and enough good hotels to hold everyone.

I should note though that the staff was VERY friendly.

Clean, safe and excellent value for money

from Sweetandlovelykitten
Being a lone female arriving in Delhi at 4am I was very pleased to take advantage of the free hotel transfer. I think I might have been a little stressed otherwise given the things you see at the airport.

The staff were excellant and went out of their way to help. The hotel was very clean. The bathroom was fine and certainly better than a lot of places in Delhi at this price, that's for sure. There was a complimentary bottle of water and basket of fruit in my room. The beds were reasonably comfortable but not sprung.

I found it a little noisy at times. For instance there was a family on my floor who insisted on having a conversation at 2am in the corridor, and they weren't exactly using hushed tones. One thing I would suggest is that they introduce "Do not disturb" signs that can be posted outside the door so the staff don't keep disturbing you when all you want to do is sleep off your travelling and jet lag.

I didn't actually venture out of the hotel as the area doesn't look that enticing but I didn't think is was unsafe either.

helpful staff!

from Doctordemente
I am an American, and I've stayed at this hotel twice in the past 30 days, each time for a few nights. Think 1970's Best Western or Days Inn goes masala, and you'll get a sense of decor and premesis condition. I came back to the hotel because the staff really is friendly and gives 5 star worth of helpful service. I did not eat there, so I can't comment on that. Yes the neighborhood is noisy from 7:30 am 'til 9:30pm. But I slept like a rock. Yes the mattress was thin, but that's the style here. Like I said, I slept like a rock. I read the review by someone who was not expecting an Indian-style bathroom (he's in India - what did he expect?). There's a toilet, toilet paper, shower head, but no tub. It was no problem for me; just don't put your toiletries-bag on the floor while you shower. The place is cleanish: some of the hardware is old, but nothing is dusty or moldy, just worn. That goes for the sheets and towels too, but I had no problem with using them. If you have your laundry done, be sure to specifically identify what you don't want ironed! The default is to iron it, what ever the material. A couple of polyester shirts came out shiny from too hot an iron. The second time, I'd learned my lesson, pointed out what not to iron, and there were no problems.

When I come back to Delhi, I will defintely stay here because the folks are friendly and the value is unbeatable! One piece of advice, consider either retaining whatever driver you pick up from in front of the hotel or learn how to walk to the hotel from the gurdwara, because taxi drivers can't find this place. I suspect many taxi-walas can't read, so the map on the back of the hotel's business card is useless to drivers, who will drive two blocks, stop, ask for directions, advance two more blocks, repeat. The gurdwara, however, is easy to find.

I would stay there again!

from heyman747
We chose this hotel based on the positive reviews, which I pretty much agree with. The place is very clean, not luxury level, but for the price, it's a bargain. The restaurant and staff are outstanding, and the free internet is a bonus. The only down side is that the neighborhood is nothing special. It's not bad, or unsafe, just nothing to interest a tourist. Don't expect a four star resort, just expect a nice clean room and a hard working staff who aims to please. We didn't use the hotel's travel arrangements, but others who did seemed pleased. The hotel did provide free pickup at the airport, which was also a good feature.

Good hotel, good value...

from mckibben
I got the "presidential suite" for about $100USD during late Nov 2006. Very large room, with 1.5 baths. Other rooms are probably half this cost. Great for our family of four, and it could easily sleep six with its one king, one full and two twin bunkbeds. It was clean, and service was very good. Ordered room service and food was good as well. Free internet. I would easily recommend staying here. Located near Connaught Place. About 40 mins to the airport in Delhi traffic, but it took us exactly 20 minutes at 4:30AM since there was no traffic that early.

Good overall hotel

from SKG007
The hotel is located in Karol Bagh which is a very busy and tight area in the centre of Delhi. Although quite noisy, it does quieten down during the night. Karol Bagh is good for shopping and it is easy to grab an Auto (3 wheeled taxi) to Connaught Place.

As promised, I was provided with complimentary pickup from the airport which is 30-45 mins away from the hotel. The hotel looks quite small from the outside and reception is also small. The rooms however are fairly spacious and tastefully decorated, spread over 3 floors. The most important thing is that the rooms are all clean and air conditioned. Free internet access is also provided in the hotel's basement.

The hotel staff, including its drivers, are all very polite and friendly. Sightseeing tours are available in comfortable air conditioned vehicles.

I was delighted with the quality of the food at the hotel's rooftop restaurant. The menu contained an assortment of dishes at very resonable prices, all cooked traditionally. I highly recommend the "Afghani Chicken"!

Overall I was happy with my 5 nights stay at the hotel. If you're looking for a good 3 star hotel at a reasonable rate, located in the centre of Delhi, then this hotel is definitely worth considering.

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from LucV
I can only confirm all comments. Good choice for people used to stay in similar hotels. Honest experience.
Luc, Paris

excellent value for money

from Floora
Tidy and inexpensive hotel with good service, a/c, friendly staff and a rooftop restaurant with good dahl. The neighbourhood can be crazy during market days but metro is near.

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  • Address: 2222 Hardhyan Singh Road ,Karolbagh, - New Delhi - 110005 - India
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