Dint enjoy the overall experience during the stay. The first dissatisfaction experience started with dinner at the hotel. Just one restaurant downstairs - the menu comes across very limited and confusing compels you to chose from buffet which is very steeply priced for the spread offered Of course the value has to match the brand image of Hilton, but still was not really convinced with the spread. Ordered for pizza, which was again very mediocre. One needs to take care, if the menu is restricted, you have to score points with the good quality food. Ordered a Mulligatawny soup which again tasted blandly like a normal Dale khichdi (yes, you heard that right - Dale khichdi). Lots of black pepper in a Dale was really what was offered here as a soup. The saving grace here was the helpful staff - they came ahead understood my concern (including the chef coming on my table and having a conversation with me). Full marks to the service of the team there, but was not convinced with the food at all At the same time, the breakfast included in my stay was really good - mix of south Indian ( idli, dosas, pongs rice) and North Indian (parathas) delicacies. Disappointment here continued with the tea - was expecting a nice strong masala chai which turned out to be a "watery less milked chai" The place also has a rooftop restaurant claiming a beautiful birds eye view of the city - unfortunately this was closed for reservation. Again disappointed Quality of the rooms, mediocre again with negative marks on cleanliness - stains on the carpet, bathroom floorings having unfinished cemented corners of the glass shower doors Overall, you have a very helpful team with not-so-great product to offer. A big mismatch. Not sure if they have earned a regular visitor with me and my colleagues Ratings:. Stay experience - 4 / 10. Value for money - 4 /10. Food options - 5 / 10. Service - 7 / 10. Cleanliness - 5 /10. Overall - 5 / 10
Probably the best mid range hotel in gurugram. Excellent service, personalized care. They give a very warm welcome, especially to HHonors members. The only bad point here is the average food. But there is market square nearby, and we can get excellent Biryani and Punjabi food there.
I checked-in on 24-Jun and checked-out on 25-Jun-2017 for a business trip to Gurgaon. Hotel team took care of all my in-room amenities as well. Well spread and complimentary buffet breakfast. Location of the hotel is nearer to my event location. It's good stay with comfortable room and decent services from hotel team.
This is a typical business hotel located on a decently busy road at Baani square Gurgaon. It is away from the busy part of the city. Staff is friendly and helpful. Rooms are of decent size, fairly clean if not spotless, has prompt service, and have good WiFi connectivity. They do not have a mini bar in the rooms though The restaurant was a bit disappointing in terms of service. Even though the food was good, the service and the crowd does not match up to expectations from a five star property.
Its Awesome, comfortable and best place to stay in Gurugram/ Gurgaon . Very polite & friendly staff. Reception staff is very warm & friendly . Restaurant is amazing with all possible options available. Good for corporate activities, rooms are silent and clean
Not a very good place to stay. Food was really bad. Service was not prompt. Rooms were very gloomy. Staff was not very helpful. Couldn't change my room on my request. Only the look is very appealing. And there is a mall with eating option which is a good thing.
This was supposed to be a weekend getaway for us as a couple. The rooms were well appointed. The staff cheerful and courteous. The breakfast menu was a good spread, but the dishes were a different thing altogether - oscillating from the average to the awful. A warning to hotels that get rated poorly, courtesy their restaurants - to me, a reminder not to try South Indian fare in most restaurants in North India Incidentally, that week they had a Kerala food festival on and we went in on the last day (Saturday). Being a Malayali, an above average cook myself, I was aghast at the spread on the buffet. The chef, (a Mallu one at that) must've hated Kerala cuisine with a passion (armed with the knowledge that none in the hotel had an inkling of Kerala cuisine) to come up with a hotchpotch of disaster, with his improvisation I was under the impression that a food festivals of sorts dedicated to a specific cuisine, should showcase its uniqueness and remain as faithful to the original as possible to produce an accurate portrayal / presentation The food was an abomination whichever way one looks at it. My partner, a Punjabi who loves South Indian food found it revolting in its taste. An example would illustrate the facts better. Thermal is a traditional mallu preparation that does not tolerate improvisation, and is prefixed by the vegetable added to it, namely Ulli thermal (a preponderance of shallots), (Pavakka or Bitter gourd Thermal (sauteed bitter gourd is the key ingredient here) and so on But Mushroom as a principal vegetable in Thermal was stretching my palate's tolerance to it limit. Ruining it further was the nauseous aroma and flavour of raw coriander powder. The acrid taste of fenugreek made it obnoxious. It is around this time, that I realized the intensity of the chef's dislike for the cuisine. Every dish was painstakingly concocted with the explicit purpose of maligning the cuisine. Both of us scampered away to the relative safety of omelettes and the dessert spread The F&B manager came to inquire about our experience and I went to town. Halfway through, he informed that the chef had vamoosed for the day. He was a novice on the cuisine and wanted to know what was wrong. I responded by saying that the chef be booked under TADA - Food Terrorism, for his hate campaign and decimation of Kerala cuisine. To facilitate his understanding, I asked him If he has heard of potatoes, mushrooms or any other vegetables being added to Dale makhani and served in a Punjabi food festival. These are recipes which do not tolerate improvisation, especially when presented as part of a regional cuisine. He got the message. Folks, be warned and if possible try to get an expert on the cuisine or a foodie to accompany you when you eat out in restaurants that fetishes a region.
My purpose of visit was to go to Medanta. Thought the hotel was a bit far from the place, I had to take auto. But the service, the food, the location, the view, everything was flawless. The facilities, the quality and promptness of room service was amazing. That was really a pleasant stay at this hotel. Just no other comments to say. Room service was good, neatness, offers provided, every thing was quiet excellent. Room was very comfortable. Service quite prompt. It was very spacious.
That was really a pleasant stay at this hotel, just no other comments to say. Room service was good, neatness, offers provided, everything was quiet excellent. Would always like to stay in same hotel if the branches are available in every state.
Stayed here for 2 nights for my engagement during February 2015. Room was very comfortable. Service was quite prompt. The hotel is pretty clean and maintained. The road leading to the hotel is so great. I have enjoyed a lot and it was a wonderful trip. The hotel view with balcony was just awesome.
Hilton Garden Inn Gurgaon Baani Square is ranked #36 among the 1717 hotels in Gurgaon with an average rating of 5.7 out of 7. It is one of the 139, 3-star in Gurgaon. It is part of the "Hilton Hotels" chain of hotels in India. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 52 photos, 111 text reviews and 1 video reviews. it is rated top for its Front Office, Appearance and Food & Drink. It was also named winner of the Better Holiday Awards in 2017 under Great Location.
The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 6,000 to Rs 6,500 per night. The hotel offer 28 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.
The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Couple (31%) and Single (29%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 31% of guests enjoy the hotel's colorful local culture, whereas 28% have rated the ambience as scenic nature.
Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Apr, May and June for the best experience.
Hilton Garden Inn Gurgaon Baani Square is located at Sector-50 .
The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay. By providing free wifi access, the hotel makes sure you are always connected to the internet. It has a lovely outdoor swimming pool where you can take a quick dip or just relax your muscles after a long day of sightseeing.
Other amenities include Laundry Services, Doctor On Call, Restaurant, Room Service and Conference Hall. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.
If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.
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