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I booked this hotel on-line, just for the sake of ROAS UDIPI HOME, a South Indian Vegetarian Restaurant, across the road. When we entered the hotel, we were shown Room No. 101, a deluxe room (Rs 2800 plus tax) and we refused to stay in that cage like room. Then we were shown Room No. 102, a very large - royal room (Rs 4600 plus tax). When our luggage was being shifted, someone came and said that room was already allotted and we were moved to Room No. 106 (Rs 3700 plus tax). Even though this 106, was also not spacious enough, we agreed to stay in there. As soon as we occupied 106, I shifted all the unwanted furniture out of the room and made sufficient space for us to move about. In addition, we split the bed and moved them towards the walls and then the room looked spacious and comfortable.
But for the restricted moving space, we loved the amenities provided in the room and the rich wooden wall panelling and cupboards. The lift is an added advantage in this hotel. Also being in the residential locality, the road noise was much less and very safe for family. We never had any issues with the staff and in fact, they were well behaved and helpful to us. I availed the complementary breakfast just for two days and it was good enough. On all other days, we had BF, LUNCH and DINNER either in ROAS UDIPI HOME or in BANANA LEAF (KOMALAVILAS complex). When we checked deluxe rooms (Rs. 1500 plus tax) in Hotel KOMALAVILAS, they were horribly bad, when compared to cosy rooms in HOTEL PANASIA INTERNATIONAL.
This hotel is centrally located, behind LAKE MALL and we could visit all the tourist spots in Kolkata, comfortably by UBER, TRAM or METRO. We enjoyed the stay in HOTEL PANASIA INTERNATIONAL, even though it was bit costly and rooms were small.
PEOPLE, WHO PREFER A CLASS, WILL definitely CHOOSE HOTEL PANASIA INTERNATIONAL.
Amanzing location with great service and food best place at night to hangout and eat but no swimming pool is draw back............. As this is personal experince i visited every tym once in a month and my frdz too..........................
Here's a hotel that sort of made me wish I was a few pounds lighter or that I could make myself into a Bonsai version of myself. Decidedly cramped all around. Be it the lift or the staircase or the lobby, definitely not for the well fed!! I had a Royal room so it was just about okay, but I also managed a peek into the lower categories and felt claustrophobic !! Do keep your size in mind while using this place. Otherwise well located, and is a converted residential property so it is in a largely residential neighborhood. The food lacks the local flavour and is just about palatable. Would recommend only for short business trips if you have work nearby.
I have stayed in this hotel for 3 days. Those three days were the worst.
At first when i heard the name and the international in it i thought the hotel would be so good and would worth it. But when i went into the room it was so tiny.
The rooms were so small
The bathroom floor was too oily,
A.C were not in proper condition,
Poor room service,
No parking space,
You have to eat infront of the reception,
And the bathroom at the front of the reception was so tiny the size of a cupboard,
Too expensive those were not the worth of Rs.500,
Lift was poor.
I tell you never visit ot its not worth it iths the worst of the worst.
On an honest note, The property deserves more than 1 star. But t extraordinary inefficiency of the staff has compelled me to give 1 star. Especially the people at the reception should be fluent enough in more hindi or english. An to our utter surprise they killed our time at the time of check out just to know whether we have cleared thr food bill or not. and at last they showed us laundry bill of washing underwear and shocks which was fake. the management seriously needs to train the staff.