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Price advertised on a large banner outside the hotel is $80 per person ... but the price they gave us was $90. We then asked the woman with fake blue contact lenses working at the reception desk why she was giving us a different price when we can clearly see the advertisement. Then she started to look nervous and said “oh umm that is for weekdays”, then we said “it is a weekday” as it was Thursday. She then retracted her statement and said ‘oh actually that is the local price you have foreign passports’ she couldn’t even look at us in the eye while giving her excuse
We stayed here for 4 days. We are a family on tour. Since we will be spending most of our days outside the hotel we just chose to stay here. Location is very strategic. Near bugis, suntec and trains. We arrived here around 11am and calvin was very nice to accomodate us since we have 2 children with us. He already gave us a room eventhough check in is at 2pm. Room is clean , wifi is fast and free, bed is just right but the room is crampy. Good thing we got 2 rooms. The room was cleaned regularly with new toothbrush and water refill everyday. Highly recommended if what you want is just a place to sleep on.
My partner and I booked this hotel for two nights based on its central location but that is about the only plus. The room was disgusting- tap was leaking all over the bathroom, shower didn't work properly, stains on the walls, wallpaper was peeling, the bed linen had holes in it and the room was crawling with bugs. After one night we complained and explained the problems to the man on the desk and asked if we could have our money back for the second night so we could go elsewhere. He was incredibly rude to us and tried to argue . After talking to the manager we eventually got our money back for the second night and stayed in a much better hotel. Very upset and disappointed with the whole experience.
Stayed here for two nights on first leg of family tour of SE Asia that my daughter arranged.Pretty basic hotel, in a good location for old part of city. Nothing much you can say about it – it was a roof over our heads for two nights. A bed, bathroom and TV and Wi-Fi if needed. Nothing special but ok on a budget.It may be worth mentioning that of the five hotels we stayed in on this trip the two in Singapore were by far the most basic and the most expensive. We all realise that is due to demand and local economies.
I booked a room for 5 nights to enjoy short holiday on february with my mom and it turns out we cancel our room right away after spent 1 night there. The room is old but quite clean, the bathroom is extremely small and definitely not convenient. However, the most disappointing thing is the elevator was broken while we stayed at 5th floor and we were having a not so small suitcases.
Vegetarian cooking is prevalent throughout India. Any regional cuisine you look into has strong vegetarian background and many restaurants cater to this specific bracket by putting out a menu brimming with pure vegetarian dishes. Chennai may enjoy it’s coastal town status by adapting much seafood in it’s daily diet yet several families living in the city still practices vegetarianism. Dining out for vegetarians is tricky as they often face limited menus. ‘Dwarka’ takes care of that by presenting a luxurious menu with ample of great choices most vegetarians would definitely like. Dwarka is a casual family-style restaurant located on the First Floor, AML Towers, 6th Street, Gopalapuram in Chennai. It is counted as one of the most pocket-friendly eateries in the city for vegetarians.
Dwarka boasts of a complete vegetarian menu packed with oodles of desi flavours and smattering of global flair. North Indian cuisine with it’s tangy street food goes amazingly well with the menu’s other half dedicated to Italian cuisine. Menu is wonderfully wide, with each section getting attention it truly deserves. As no alcohol is served here, settle for a refreshing Indian cooler to complement the meal. Tickle your palate first with a smorgasbord of appetizers like, stuffed mushrooms, paneer satay, moti kebab, Indori poha, spring roll, dahi papdi chaat, sabudana wada, crispy corn chilly pepper, veg quesadilla, Manchurian dry, subz gilafi seekh kebab, samosa chaat and pav bhaji. Make your second course of, pasta & cutlet sizzler with pepper sauce, pizza margherita, veg kofta curry, Thai curry rice, tava pulao, exotic veg in chilli garlic sauce, paneer shashlik sizzler, dalma, paneer pasanda and gobhi Manchurian gravy.
Finally, to take care of your sweet tooth Dwarka churns out an array of awesome desserts. Rabri, gulab jamun, sizzling brownie, sweet corn halwa and malai kulfi slices are all at your fingertips. Home delivery service is available, take advantage of that. Being a family-style restaurant, kids are welcome. The affordable prices only add to the attraction of Dwarka. Décor is modern and casual. Nothing spectacular about it’s interiors but they come across as laid-back, earthy and rustic. Shades of brown brings warmth to the dining room and only color contrast is infused by multi-color pillars. Restaurant is rather dimly lit, which adds coziness to the mood. It’s a good option for couples looking for a low budget place.