It is a nice and clean place with simple but healthy breakfast choice. The hotel is very well connected to important landmarks of the city. I have had the fastest check-in procedure ever in my life, it was done in just one minute. Mr.Vishvas was handling my booking and check-in, he is a very friendly and courteous person.i would soon be staying in this hotel again.
Centrally located near Vidhana Soudha and All India Radio, However, it shares its entrance with the more imposing, and better known, Hotel Capitol. Taxi drivers are often at a loss to find Hotel Paraag even as the GPS insists we are there. By the way there is a petrol pump and India Coffee House nearby and these two landmarks help find the way to the hotel. One way road is a problem so be sure you drive right.
The location is prime and so, cramped but rooms are spacious and bathrooms large.
Service is prompt, friendly and smilingly proferred. The shower is the best I have even experienced in any hotel but hardly any place to keep the shampoo bottle after keeping the soap on the tiny little shelf. and yes, there is a bucket and a mug too for those who want one. Lots of complimentary stuff...from dental kits, combs, shampoo, soaps, moisturizers to hair oil.The Indian visitor will surely appreciate the hair oil sachets...had never seen one before. Clean towels too.
I stayed there for two nights and almost three days. It was a conference so we had most meals here too. Food was spicy (read tasty but acid-reflux may be an issue) and there was plenty of choice.Every day. For the first time...ever....a hotel DIDNOT offer bread and butter/jam and cornflakes but went into the trouble to make all sorts of Indian cooked breakfast items...dosa, idli, rava, halwa, puri...with accompanying assortments of chutneys and sabji along with fresh fruit, juice,,,you name it. Hats off to the chef.
And I REALLY REALLY appreciated that the bathroom/toilet was private...no windows that looked into the bedroom. The bedroom windows overlooked hotel rooms so had to keep the curtains drawn at all time...absolutely no view worth even mentioning.
The room was extremely well furnished with Twin beds, a centre table, 2 armchairs, an extra chair, a sideboard, a cabinet, full-length mirror (so useful when wearing a sari) and TV. Electric kettle was provided along with constantly replenished tea/coffee sachets, milk and sugar pouches.The reception staff was really efficient and helpful. Oh! And Free Wi-fi. Room was cleaned and beds made everyday without the staff needing to be reminded...truly appreciate this silent service by unseen guys.
My stay was comfortable and I have NO HESITATION in recommending this place for families.
The amenities suggest that this may have been a good place many years back. But, now its very old and has not been maintained at all. The rooms, bathrooms, restaurant, elevator...all look like they have never been maintained for since the 1980s...the rates are very economical..considering the prime location....but the place is really dull. The staff is helpful, but not professional.
we stayed one day.our stay was very good,receptionist spoke polite and friendly.food was average and need to improve on taste.the rooms were neat and clean.i feel like secure and safe,so family can stay without ant fear
paraag hotel is in main place.who are business people need budget hotel for accommodation and meeting can choose.who are looking luxurious you cant enjoy here.value for money.food is normal.have confrence hall