I stayed at this hotel very recently and would never recommend it to anyone. The hotel is located in one corner which makes it very difficult to find. The staff is far from friendly and welcoming. I was given a room on the third floor. The toilet seat had some brown marks and was stinking. I asked the staff to clean it for me while I was away at work. When I came back in the evening, there was no change. In addition to the stench from the toilet, there was a strong stench of smoke on the entire floor! I requested a shift in my room and was put up in the room on the mezzanine floor where there was only one room and a restaurant. The restaurant food was very bad! Sure shot recipe to acidity. There was noone other than me at the restaurant. I asked for black daal and they refused saying its not there. While on my way back to my room I saw one man walking along the corridor in a towel, not a sight that you wish to see in Delhi at night, also does not speak highly of the quality of the hotel. That night at 11:50 someone rang my doorbell. I did not open the door and called the reception instead. My room was visible from the reception, yet I was informed that they were not aware of who rang the bell and said that it could have been room service. I only realised the next day while ordering breakfast that room service/restaurant is open until 11 pm. So how could room service ring my bell at 11:50? The breakfast was tasteless. Around lunch i asked them to deliver spring rolls to my room to which I was met with rejection yet again. I was told that its not ready so we cannot cook it. I told them that spring rolls are not meant to be ready and should be cooked afresh, they tried dissuading me by saying let me ask the chef, it will take time, minimum half an hour - no enthusiasm to serve their guests. I had booked the hotel for 2 nights but I opted to leave the next day itself after my experience here. I would not recommend this hotel, especially for a woman traveling alone.