Ayodhya Hotel, Mangalore
Hotel Ayodhya, KRR Road, Kodailbail, Mangaluru, Karnataka 575003
Ranked 91 amongst 153 hotels in Mangalore
Ayodhya Hotel Reviews (23)
The room was good in the hotel. The food quality was nice in the hotel. The check in and checkout was good. The activity was not arranged by the hotel. I had visited this hotel for official trip.
The hotel was good. The location of the hotel was very good. The appearance of the hotel was good. There was no delay in check in and checkout. The allotted room was good in the hotel. I didn't take food from the hotel. The activities were not arranged by the hotel. The destination of the hotel was good. The hotel was located in centre of the city. The parking facility was not available at the hotel. I would suggest this hotel to improve the service. I had visited this hotel for personal purpose.
I had visited this hotel for business trip. The hotel location was nice. I didn’t take food from the hotel. The activity was not available at the hotel. The hotel was located nearby the hospital. The appearance of the hotel was nice. The garden was available at the hotel. The parking facility was available in the room. I had booked this room on the spot. There was no delay in check in and checkout in this hotel. All amenities were provided in the room. The behaviour of the staff’s was good in this hotel. The room given to me was neat and clean. I didn’t use Wi-Fi connection in the hotel. I would recommend this hotel for upcoming travellers. I don’t have any suggestion for this hotel.
Hotel name is Ayodhya. Conveniently located, good transport is there. It is in heart of the city. Tariff is not high but reasonable. Service is very good. Quite close to Railway station. Restaurant is there and food is vegetarian and mostly south thali is taken by pax. It is really tasty. Clean and well maintained rooms, though not very posh. Conveniently located with good services
Ayodhya Hotel is good hotel, it is in the heart of Mangalore city. Nice service, all staff are good, we stayed with family, attended one marriage at Mangalore. A few of our interested temples were near to the hotel, good food facilities and all fine.
This hotel is a pure veg food serving one, located near PVS circle in Mangalore. The location makes it convenient to obtain any transport to our destination. The rooms are economically priced with Air conditioned rooms available as well. When you select any room do as for a room away from the road as it may be a little noisy throughout the day. The food in the restaurant is good with most of the local dishes on the menu at attractive prices. Room service is provided and food is available till 9:00Pm only!
Visited Mangalore with friends. In hotel we enjoyed a lot with friends. Should be given special discount for existing customer. Please improve the quality of food and variety of food so that it will helpful to travellers. Good location but rooms, lifts and lobby are very much run down. Housekeeping failed to place complete room amenities. Checking-in too sometime due to lack of front office staff.
This is a very old hotel in Mangalore city. It is located centrally with lot of malls & shopping activities around it. But this hotel is not being maintained & needs complete renovation. I had stayed here in 2010 (when it was already old & need renovation) and now in 2015 it is getting older and older & there is no proper maintenance. Hot water is a problem. Air conditioning is a problem with AC not working a lot of times. Poor overall.
I have visited this hotel during my cousin admission to the Mangalore college. I have stayed for two days. It was quite good experience. It's near the beach, which is good for roaming in night times. Service is good and staff were nice and courteous. Overall, it's a good budget friendly hotel to stay.
Ayodhya Hotel located in the Kodialbail area of Mangalore is where you need to head to if you want to stay in a budget hotel within Mangaore City Limits. The hotel is located conveniently in the heart of the city, a few meters away from the PVS circle. In staying at this hotel you can easily access several prominent places of the city. The hospitality at this place may not be great as compared to other hotels in the city, but if you are staying in the city for just a day or two, it should still be worth it. Food is excellent, room facilities are moderate, accessibility to other areas in the city is easy. Overall, Ayodhya hotel will not fail to impress you and you are certain to get value for money from this place. Visit this place at once.
Top Reviews of Ayodhya Hotel
I stayed in this hotel in the month of May-2014. We booked two rooms. Rooms are Ok in terms of cleanliness. This hotel is in the heart of city and hosts a good restaurant. Food served at the restaurant if authentic and of very good taste. Rate per room is very reasonable considering location and amenities.
It was really a great stay in Mangalore. Superb staffs and food served was delicious. I had stayed there with the family for three nights and we all were impressed with the kind of service we received. Rooms were really spacious and well-maintained. Location was also peaceful. Overall, highly recommended.
It was really great to stay in this hotel. Mangalore is cute little city with good weather in September. This hotel was chosen based on the suggestion of the friend and indeed it was spot on. Food was nice. Staff was friendly and co-operative. Room was well designed. Overall nice property to stay in Mangalore.
Good& was enjoyable. It is in the heart of the city .Food was good .All facilities were there.
Stayed in Mangalore for a day before returning, it was really a bad weather to be inn. Ayadhya hotel was average, a budgetory hotel with all the basic facilities. Room and service was pretty good, can be improvised. We didnt have food here.
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