HARSHIKA from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 19 Aug 2014
The service of the hotel is good. The rooms are a little small for family with kids, as there is no arrangement to keep your stuff, just a small wardrobe...its perfect for business travel. Also, they do not provide any dental or add on amenities like shampoo, body lotion, etc which one would expect to be there. The staff is very very good...inspite of being fullup they served with a smile & to the best of their capability..all in all a pleasant stay..would recommend it to all fellow travelers.
ANAND from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 02 Apr 2014
The wardrobe in the room did not have a door, it had broken away at the hinges. The Air conditioner was also broken and I had to hold up the air vents with wire.
A contingent of students from some engineering college stayed for a night and were screaming, shouting, running around all night. They even banged on my room door several times. The hotel staff did nothing till I called repeatedly and spoke in firm tones with them. In fact, Reception asked me what was wrong for me to call them!!!
Although the staff are courteous and friendly and respectful, they are not professional and need to go do a hotel management course.
The bathroom had fungus growing in between the tiles and mosquitoes were finding their way into our room.
The bedside table was also broken.
My family and I did not help ourselves to the orange juice at the unlimited breakfast buffet, for the entire week we were there, but on the last day when we filled two half litre bottles with orange juice, they asked us to pay up for the same. None of the waiters bothered to inform us that the orange juice was chargeable while we were helping ourselves but while we were leaving the dining area at the end of our breakfast!!
The free WiFi was fast when the signal managed to reach the room.
If you are a smoker you can't smoke in the lobby area or the hotel compound, you need to exit the hotel property and stand on the road to do so.
JAISHANKER from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 18 Mar 2014
Stayed at Hotel Ginger, Nashik along with family of 4. Found it value for money (Rs. 2350 per night per room). Comfortable & clean rooms, bed & clean/luxurious bathroms. Limited fod option avalable in the resturant menu though but good food. Check-in, parking facilities, safety, access from main road etc were all positives. Only negative was the smaller size A/c (0.5 Ton) for a big room. Overall experience was god. Will definitely go back.
AJIT from PUNE, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 17 Feb 2014
First things first. We enjoyed our stay at the hotel.
Hotel staff was friendly, outgoing to help and guided us for our local tour.
House keeping was prompt and efficient.
Room Service was prompt in its service and willing to provide for our small extra needs likes having a plate and tray in the room.
The surrounding area of the hotel was excellent for us to take an hour long evening walk round the hotel.
Hot water was available round the clock and warm enough to bathe.
In conclusion I would say good value for money and good choice for our visit.
PRABHAT from India recommends this hotel - Posted: 20 Aug 2013
I stayed here on 17th and 18th of Aug and I must say that this hotel is one of the "Best" picks till date. Has lot of parking space, conveniently located, staff is very very nice, and to add cherry on the top amazing wifi experience for the entire duration of our stay. I strongly recommend this hotel and at the prize I booked it was a awesome experience.
They have ccd's located within the hotel premises.
DILEEP from BANGALORE, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 28 Aug 2012
This hotel is perfect for the business traveler who wants value for money spent. The rooms are very clean and adequately furnished. The bathroom was very clean and convenient it hand wash soap and liquid bath soap and convenient shower cubicle, no bath tub though. I ordered room service food was nice and I felt it is priced more for the standard of hotel. Hotel reception team was very nice and helpful I would definitely recommend this hotel to any traveler who wants to stay in Nashik.
VARUN from NASHIK, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 25 Aug 2011
it was pleasant stay over there , housekeeping people were slow on work.one day laundry people did not came and bed sheets were not changed,so that was the only bad experience over there.rest stay was good.
RAJINDER from NEW DELHI, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 17 Jun 2011
the rooms ae very clean and well furnished.The bathroom was excellent like a 5 star hotel. very clean sparate shower cabin room service and food excellent every thing is excellent. I would definitely recommend this Hotel who wants to stay in Nasik
NISHANT from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 05 Apr 2011
This was my 5th stay at Ginger Nashik. I always preferred this hotel due to an excellent Value For Money proposition that it brings - clean rooms, hygienic atmosphere and great staff. All at an affordable price.
However, this time it was completely the opposite. Dirty, blood stained linen and mattress, broken bed and side table in rooms, non-working TV and rude/unhelpful staff.
At one point, I was ready to walk away. But considering that I had already paid and that it was late in the evening, I requested them to move me to another room. After seeing 3 other equally bad rooms, I decided to stick to the best of the worst.
The unhelpful staff added to the apathy. I would not go to Ginger Nashik again in future.
DEEPAK from India recommends this hotel - Posted: 04 Apr 2011
Hotel was situated close to our destination. Rooms at the hotel was good as well as the staff's were very helpful and sincere. We had a very comfortable stay at the hotel and will plan again to visit again.
SREENATH from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 06 Apr 2010
Location & Access
The hotel is located away from the hustle & bustle of the city. Autos are easily available in the area but black-and-yellow taxis can be a challenge � we fixed up the same taxi guy for sightseeing who initially brought us from the railway station, so didn�t face a problem. For assistance on travel arrangements (including tourist taxis), the hotel provides you the contacts of a travel desk person who was quite helpful (looked like an outsourced travel desk to me).
No central air-conditioning, each room has its own A/c, so you can set it to the comfort level you want � on seeing a 1-ton air-conditioner for the decent-sized room, I initially wondered whether the cooling would be efficient but the doubts were soon dispelled. Functional & neat bathrooms without much paraphernalia - just liquid soap in dispensers - no shampoos, conditioners, moisturizers, talcum powder, sewing kit etc , all of which really doesn�t matter much when you are there for just a couple of days and don�t wish to carry all this back with you !
There are some inter-connected rooms (2 rooms connected internally) in the hotel but you need to make a request for these upfront. We had booked 2 rooms but did not make a request for inter-connected rooms upfront � hence, we didn�t get them when we reached & asked for inter-connected rooms. This can be quite useful especially with kids or elderly people in the travel group.
Self-service is the theme �self-service trolleys for luggage, vending machine in the hotel lobby, mineral water dispensers on each floor and a self-service ironing facility. The basic premise seems to be DIY (Do-it-Yourself) to save costs.
Ever heard of a star-hotel allowing food from outside and denying itself the exorbitant profits that a dining establishment provides. Well, the Ginger does just that - the hotel enables guests on a leisure trip to cut down on expenses � the hotel allows guests to order food for delivery at the hotel and even provides contact numbers of restaurants (& this includes pizza delivery from Smoking Joe�s and Dominos Pizza, which kids love). If that�s too much bother and you would still like the pleasure of �eating in�, the hotel offers an in-house restaurant too. No other good restaurants within walking distance, so in-house restaurant OR �home delivery� it has to be.
Excellent hotel and great value-for-money. Great place to stay if you are okay with self-service and wish to cut costs while traveling, without compromising on quality of accommodation.
ANIL from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 22 Feb 2010
Ginger hotel is a no-frills, budget hotel. They have a nice no-nonsense attitude. Right from the start, you realize here will be no pampering. As you park (good amount of parking), you can see their well-stocked trolleys at the entrance, which you will use to push your luggage through the automatically opening doors. None of the usual doorman, bellboy etc., but this is surprisingly liberating because you are also free of the continuous pressure to give tips.
The rooms and bathrooms are spotlessly clean. They have all the basics, but pack your toiletry bag well; you will only get soap and towels in the bathrooms (although spotlessly clean towels). If you do forget something, everything from toothpaste to nail cutters can be bought though room service.
The service is a mixed bag. The staff is courteous and polite enough. When their dispensing machine did not work (they have a huge dispensing machine at the entrance for juices, chips and biscuits-welcome drink anyone?), they were prompt in their action. But when we asked them to give us our tea bags (there was coffee powder, sugar and milk powder next to the kettle, but no tea), it took a lot of reminders and effort to get them moving.
There is a room service from their regular dine in restaurant and also from a caf� coffee day within their premises, but we didn�t try it.
There are no recreational facilities (apartv from TV of course), so be prepared, if you have more than a few hours to kill. We had come in from the nearby Sula vineyards in the afternoon, and after a nap, still had many hours free in the evening. The staff gave us a copy of a city map, and we wandered around. There a small but good chai shop at walking distance and lots of hawkers selling blankets and rugs on the pavement. We discovered a park for our son to play in within the city and a good Gujarati thali place for dinner, so we did not eat at the hotel.
The next morning we had the breakfast buffet, which was very basic. There was corn flakes, toast, decent idlis and some cold masala dosas, but they brought in warm dosas on request.
All in all, a pleasant stay, and a would recommend it highly as a practical choice for a stopover or a business trip
DR SUNEET from GURGAON, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 11 Feb 2010
OVERALL THE HOTEL WAS OK .THE CHECKIN WAS SMOOTH AT 10 PM IN THE NIGHT AND THE VERY NEXT DAY WAS CHECKOUT. THE HOTEL WAS NOT THAT VERY BUSY HOTEL WITH SOME GUESTS BUT STILL WE WERE WITH 2 KIDS AND WERE SUPPOSED TO GO TO TRIMBHKESHWAR EARLY IN THE MORNING AND SUPPOSED TO RETURN BACK AROUND 1 PM SO THE RECEPTION STAFF WAS VERY STRICT THAT THEY CAN OFFER THE ROOM ONLY TILL 12:30 AFTER THAT IT WILL BE CHARGED FOR ANOTHER DAY. TOO MUCH OF STRICTNESS FOR SUCH A HOTEL. PLUS THE FOOD WAS NORMAL. LIKE THE HOUSE FOOD BUT EXPENSIVE FOR THE PRICE 250 RUPEES PER PERSON .........WOULD DEFINETELY LOOK FOR SOME OTHER OPTION WHEN I GO TO NASIK NEXT TIME.
KARTHIK from PUNE, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 15 Apr 2009
I have been to Nasik a few times in the past and definitely by far this has been the best value for money . The rooms were quite clean and well furnished. Everything you would expect your room to have and more is available in the room, so you wont have much to complaint. One of the Important things during travel is a good comfortable bed and a good shower - thats taken care here for sure ! The check-in process could be a little quicker, but the super quick check-out process compensated :) The food Menu was quite basic, but the quality of the food was good enough to make us eat there all through out the stay. The buffet is a little expensive considering the choice you are offered, but if you go for the a-la carte option, i guess its fine. The Front office staff were quite friendly and patient when I had to call them a couple of times to find my way to the Hotel. Over all a good experience at Nasik Ginger and i will definitely try out the other Ginger hotels as well for my future travels.
ANIKET from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 19 Nov 2008
Checked into the room in the evening rather late. Had specifically for a Twin room and was offered a Double room despite a call and confirmation before I checked into the hotel. However, got a room change immediately. The rooms are nice and clean. Couldn't help but notice the small slit (torn) in the top-sheet. The WiFi Internet connection in the room was decent with consistent speed of about 30kbps.
The mini-bar (fridge) was not working. A call to the maintenance and a quick peek by a maintenance guy didn't help. He assured us that it would be fixed, but that never happened. The F & B offers just about enough variety to ensure that you don't starve. One thing good about the restaurant is that it is open round the clock. The bathrooom is very very compact. Was glad to find the bath soap and hand wash in a dispenser. A great innovation. The bathroom left me suffocated after the shower as there was no ventilation for the steam to escape. The hotel offers true value for money only for a business traveller.
VAIBHAV from NEW DELHI, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 03 Oct 2008
Out of the several hotels I have stayed in over the time, I found Ginger to be the best hotel of all. I really the liked the concept of service they have here. My room had all the needful facilities in it. They don't serve food in the room itself, one has to go to the restaurant, but that's justified by the rates they charge, its very reasonable, if not cheap. The food quality itself is good too. I will strongly recommend this property.
GAURAV from BHILAI, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 24 Aug 2008
Hotel is located bit outside the city. Our room was well maintained with all the facilities. There is no room service in this hotel. The food was good in taste but the choice was limited. Staff were average in their service. Overall an average property to stay.
JAGADEESH from HYDERABAD, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 23 Aug 2008
The charge for the early check in which was totally unfair. Otherwise it was a good economical business hotel with decent arrangement for room and services. The food was not so desirable as there were limited varieties all the time.
PAVAN from PUNE, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 07 Aug 2008
This hotel is ideal for a business traveler. The check-in/check-out facility is very quick. There are dining options available as also a Cafe Coffee Day on the campus. Also it's location is near the MIDC and thus near to all business places. The quality of rooms is nice. Optimum use of space with all facilities provided. All rooms and premises are neat and clean. There is complimentary use of gym and the whole hotel is wi-fi enabled. For the leisure/holiday traveler, you might want to try other options. As there is not much scope for entertainment. All in all a good experience.
SATYAM from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 05 Aug 2008
This hotel was more than expected. Room quality and service was exceptionally good. Staff was obedient and food was also admirable. There was no inconvenience throughout the stay though the location was bit inside. I will definitely book the same hotel next time also.
SATYAM from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 31 Jul 2008
The stay was excellent and I like that hotel so much that I booked the same hotel for my next stay. Their room quality and service was standard one. The buffet food was tasteful and hygienic. Location was also convenient. It was a recommendable property for sure.
KANTEPPA from PUNE, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 30 Jul 2008
Location was convenient. Our room was well equipped with all the facilities. The service provided by the staff was wonderful. Even the breakfast was delightful in taste. We were very happy with this hotel.
SUCHITRA from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 29 Jul 2008
The room alloted to me was not decent and there were small problem like a/c was not working and bed sheet was not clean but they sorted out afterwards. Food arrangement was not satisfactory as they didn't serve the food in the room and we had go down even for the breakfast . Otherwise rest was fine.
ANMOL from MUMBAI(BOMBAY), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 29 Jul 2008
First of all i must say that the tariff is a real value for your money. The hotel location is on the main road leading to Trimbakeshwar, though quite a distance, it is 15 kms away from the Nashik road station. My room was very clean, almost a spic and span, and the bathroom spotless. The overall looks are very different from the conventional hotel looks, and I just liked it. The buffet lunch /dinner has everything which a veg and non-veg, the extravagant varieties which are not required as a business traveler. The only problem i faced was the cold and hot water mixture, which was not working properly, as a result of which, you get alternative shower of cold followed by hot water. Overall a very good experience.
VIPIN from Bhopal, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 24 Jul 2008
The room alloted to me was spacious and clean. The reception was friendly and food was awesome in taste. The concept of self service was fantastic and I found that it really worked in this hotel. I will surely visit this hotel again.
DEEPAK from Mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 24 Jul 2008
There was nothing to complain. Everything was quite systematic and their arrangement was impressive. It was a suitable property especially for the business traveler and I didn't have any issue with the room quality or food facility.
SANKARA from KOCHI(COCHIN), India recommends this hotel - Posted: 22 Jul 2008
The hotel is located in the highway and easily accessible. The reception staff are very smart and courteous unlike the boring, tired faces we usually see. The lobby is aesthetically done, very spacious and airy. The room is compact and neat. One can get the feeling that one is in a European hotel. There is a coffee maker in the room itself with fills for a cup of coffee and tea each and is socked every day. Bathroom is very neat. Above all the restaurant which provides buffet provides a very exotic and delicious menu. Altogether it is a wonderful experience.
JOHN from Thane, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 16 May 2008
Though there were minimal facilities available, it was a good stay. We find our room hygiene and comfortable everywhere. Services and the food options were good. It could be recommendable for other travellers.
GANAPATI from Mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 15 Apr 2008
Room was well maintained. No space to move around. Bath room do not have bucket (to take normal bath), Hot water not available to take bath in the night. Food normally surved warm not HOT, I pefer hot food also food option limited.
SAM from Mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 10 Apr 2008
Staff are excellent in their service. There was gym in the hotel but only two people can use it as it was too small. The accommodation was well furnished with all the necessities like intercom, shampoo, soap, towels were clean. The coffee machine was too good when I prepared coffee it was superb in taste. Food was tasty.
JIMMY from thane, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 31 Jan 2008
I was provided the room on the ground floor which was completely under renovation so the whole environment was dusty and uncomfortable. That was quite disgusting. Otherwise food and room service was up to the mark. At the end of all the room facility creates a bad bad impression in my mind. I would never go back there again.
MR SURESH from New Delhi, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 21 Jan 2008
Over all the hotel is great but its located far from the city which was a big problem. Food was good. Room was finely cleaned and comfortable. Service was quick and staff was helpful and polite. I will surely recommend to my friends and family.
RAJ from mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 10 Jan 2008
I loved my stay at ginger nashik, clean and tidy. Room was spacious clean and comfortable bed. all amenities in the bathroom. breakfast was good. the best attraction, no one to disturb you and false smiles for your tip. I highly reccomend. Ginger good start. HELP YOURSELF!
NEETI from Mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 03 Oct 2007
Rooms were clean but the hotel does not have room service. There is only 1 restaurant in the hotel when I asked them for hot milk for my child they did not have milk. Staff were not good. No laundry service was present in the hotel. On the whole not a goo..d experience with stay at this hotel. Neeti Bhat