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"GREAT HOTEL OVERALL."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 18, 2014
I BOOKED THIS HOTEL FOR 2 NIGHT IN RUSH FOR MY PARENTS AS I COULDNT FIND ANYTHING CLOSE TO THEIR DESTINATION. LATER I MOVED THEM TO UMRAO RESORT AND HOTEL BUT THEY SAID THEY LOVED THIS TREEHOUSE HOTEL MORE THAN UMRAO. NOT THAT UMRAO WAS NOT MAGNIFICIENT BUT THEY JUST LOVED THE HOTEL , THE STAFF ,THE SPACIOUS ROOM... WOULD RECOMMEND TO ALL
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 1, 2014
Coming from America, I had never heard of the Lemon Tree brand and didn't know what to expect. The hotel looked almost brand new and had a lot of little niceties that really impressed. There are some good restaurants and bars across the street as well. If you are looking to spend less than at the nearby Crowne Plaza or the Westin, this hotel is an excellent choice!
"A fair deal"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 4, 2013
Overall stay was nice with few shortcomings: 1. hot water service was poor, water was just lukewarm, not hot at all. 2. Rooms are not well maintained especially the electrical fixtures. 3. Slow internet service. 5. stingy in putting bath towels in rooms. 4. Pool water is dirty & not well maintained.
"Comfortable affordable option"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 15, 2013
Great option that is affordable, comfortable. The hotel is well maintained with clean room and pleasant stay. Few good points: Breakfast (complimentary) starts at 4:30 AM, great for those taking first flight from Delhi, the room has two water bottles (I wonder why all hotels do not keep water in the room). Dinner layout is good. Do not forget to ask for "thalee" option which is reasonably priced and is not bad for a busy traveler like me. If you do not mind the distance 30 to 40 mts from airport, go for it. I enjoyed the stay at the price paid (particularly on the week end)
"Comfortable with helpful staff"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 14, 2013
We were very well received. Location not convenient for shops etc but the Justa was unbelievable value for money and has nice restaurant and exercise machines. They let us have car for the car with driver and just added modest amount to the bill.
"A Study in Contrasts"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 16, 2012
The hotel itself is beautiful. The staff very friendly. The price of the room terrific. But the food and beverage pricing is high. India is an extreme between wealth and poverty.
Gurgaon is brand new, 5 years ago was just forest. There are spectacular office buildings, each with a dramatic and unique architecture as if each is trying to out do the other. There are apartment complexes that look like Las Vegas hotels both in size and architecture. There is construction everywhere.
But each is a compound unto itself. It's not like you can go out for a walk in a neighborhood either commercial or residential.
And right in front of these places the roads are all broken up, people living on the side in hovels or tents. Wild pigs running around everywhere. Cows of course.
There are additional taxes that can be 30%. If the alcohol is imported there is a 30% tax. I ordered a martini which and the gin listed for about $10, but because it had 2 shots, they counted it as a double and with tax it came to $28.
And the problem is you can't just go somewhere else. There is no where to go. The guy who owns runs the gift shot is terrific, a genuine nice guy. He would not take advantage of you.
"Large rooms, impeccable service"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 23, 2012
This was the first Fortune in Gurgaon - impeccably maintained, large clean comfortable rooms & a very friendly staff.
It is steps to the new Metro (you can't hear the train at all in the rooms) so very easy to get to the malls in Gurgaon or into Delhi proper.
Ask for a room at the end of the corridor if you don't want to hear the elevator noise or people walking by