Hotel Grand Chaudhary Platino, Gorakhpur
Near Pandey School, Cinema Road, Vijay Chowk,Gorakhpur-
Ranked 17 amongst 60 hotels in Gorakhpur
Hotel Grand Chaudhary Platino Reviews
The hotel is placed in a good location of the city, so it is easy to reach the railway station along with bus stand. The hotel rooms are very clean and hygienic with cooperative staff. The food are awesome and one bad thing is availability of room are difficult at some time of year.
I stay in a lot of hotels. So I am a little particular where I stay, what I expect and what I am charged for. I don't mind paying for quality but I hate being nickel and aimed and I hate ridiculous charges that are seemingly made up food list. Free parking is my biggest pet peeve. You're traveling to get to the hotel.
Although was more than one night was very high, is not worth its price. Maybe price should be more than half of the original price. Mineral water is not placed in the room, does not come out hot shower at night, in the gym renovated, breakfast is only basic does not even put quite poor fruit. It is not recommended at all.
The hotel was very good. The location was very nice. The behaviour of the staff was very nice. The appearance of the hotel was very good. The room was nice but there was no view from the room. The food was good. There was no problem during check in and check out. I would consider my stay here as value for money and would certainly recommend this pl....Read More
This hotel is situated in Gorakhpur. Location wise it is at best location but I am just unsatisfied with service and behaviour of staff. Room is also in average condition. Food quality is also just good. This hotel may be better if servicemen and staff of this hotel will behave well.
A very good hotel to stay. Rooms are good and there was enough space in a single bed room too. Its restaurant are too good. This hotel is specially known for sweets. There are variety of sweet. Food was also good with many variety with genuine money. Totally economical. I completely enjoyed staying here.
As per Vedic scriptures, Gorakhpur was initially ruled by the Ikshvaku dynasty. Later, it became a part of Shishunaga, Nanda, Mauryan, Shunga, Kushana and Gupta dynasties. Gorakhpur was a part of the 16 Mahajanapadas before the time of Buddha. Gor