An Average Hotel
on Feb 8, 2017
Hotel is in good location which is easily accessable to airport as well as railway station and marketing area such as T. Nagar, but when compared to the cost and quality wise I will say this hotel is not too good or not too bad but OK OK.
on Jun 7, 2015
Average hotel. Old, shabby and not maintained properly. Only veg and food service slow and quality not ok. Highly overpriced (2050 for a night even when booked online after applying discount coupons). Worst part is that as per hotel our room was not good as it was booked online on discounted price. They could have given us a better room if booked over the counter (which was more expensive). We were totally amazed by this explanation.
We chose this hotel just because of its location but eventually we checkout and selected other hotel for rest of our stay. Thankfully later we got far better hotels for lesser or similar price.
on Jan 12, 2014
It was a normal experience . The hotel is old and so the tariff is a bit low. The receptionists were helpful. And surprise is you don't have a restaurant. If you order bra last it takes 15 min. You find good places to eat nearby though.
Can be a bit more cleaner
on Feb 26, 2013
I am not a fan of unclean rooms, dirty bed spread and mosquitoes. This hotel is ok if you are in the town for a party time and want somewhere just to crash for one night.
Staff are very friendly and cooperative, good location and the rooms are good size. There is a lot of potential.
on Oct 12, 2010
Nice name Charmiers but totally filthy. Staff has "couldn't care less attitude", high rates but toilet is filthy, no hot water shower, supplies pail and mug as substitute,beds and beddings musty, found staples in chapati., crows flying off with guests' food at roof top so called restaurant, yuks kitchen run by young males, No supervision of chambermaids or general cleaners, all staff need training in hotel management ! Arrogant front office! I am so shy to be Indian! Advise: When Indians want to open a hotel the Tourism Board of India must make sure that the top and middle management have training in Hotel Management and Catering.