Raj Mahal Inn, Gurgaon
New Colony More Old Railway Road Gurgaon
Ranked 305 amongst 1441 hotels in Gurgaon
Raj Mahal Inn Reviews (4)
I visited "RAJ MAHAL INN" hotel last year for my office work. The hotel was near bus stand of Gurgaon, Haryana. The Hotel is wonderful from outside. When I entered into the hotel it was my big experience that the hotel looks like a Mahal. I had taken a single room, the room was also so attractive. The service provided by the hotel was also so amazing. But it was old fashioned hotel. The staff was good and quick in service. There were well-equipped management facility but it was near Bus stand Gurgaon so much crowded. I want to give an advice that anyone who wants to visit Gurgaon, please visit this hotel. I like this hotel very much.
The hotel was good and well maintained. It was my engagement in this hotel. I had taken AC room and all the amenities were working well. The staff were good and quick in service. The hotel was well maintained. I travelled by my own vehicle, but parking facility is not up to the mark. The washroom and toilets were clean and neat. The food in the hotel was good in quality and it was totally vegetarian
Hotels room were very clean and good. It is just located near bus stop which was convenient. Its area was very attractive. The facilities provided in rooms were very good. Foods and snacks were fine. I really like the hotel. It was pleasant and suitable for family also.
staying at raj mahal was a good experience as the staff & management are so co-operative that my official stay for 18 days was a homely touch... food quality is excellent and service is also fast... in short my stay was pleasant... would recommend the corporate travellers to have a stay here
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