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Kuldeep Friends Hostel Reviews

T-279,Ram Dwara Road , General Market,Main Bazar, New Delhi, India

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238 Total Reviews
  • 64%Value For Money
  • 67%Security
  • 69%Location
  • 60%Staff
  • 51%Atmosphere
  • 49%Cleanliness
  • 55%Facilities

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The guesthouse is very centrally located. The staff, especially Robin, is very friendly. I booked for the dormitory, but free of cost they upgraded me to a private room. I can recommend it to everybody!


DO NOT STAY HERE! We were expecting a little bit of dirt due to how cheap it is, but this hostel is awful! The location is terrifying, the owner is extremely rude and patronising. The sheets were filthy, and there are holes in the wall of the bedrooms. It took us an hour to check out, and there was 0 communication. Would not want my worst enemy to stay here. Also if you stay here dont expect to be able to shower because they dont work and are filthy. We were also given wrong transport info.


In India some cheap hotels such as this one call themselves hostels to attract foreigners. This hotel is in a pretty sketchy area with rooms that quickly take you put of the picture on the site. Taxi driver they suggest scammed big time, bathroom was sink leaked and sprayed onto toilet. Wifi didn't work and staff had comical service. If this is your first time in India DO NOT CONE HERE. Spend the extra bucks for a baseline decent place to stay.


I had a good time in that place. The people the facilities is very good and they help me a lot That's for all

  • 17th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • France
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


A basic place to stay the night - would definitely recommend to budget travellers. Around £13 for my own room for 4 nights with en suite (albeit without functioning sink). Though I had my own room, there was no safe etc so I had to carry my laptop and valuables around as the place was in a bit of a dodgy area. The alley is littered with guys loitering around which could be a bit intimidating for solo female travellers. In general reasonably clean though could use a duster! Staff quite helpful.


Cheap, clean, great location. Ohhh and amazing rooftop!!


The pictures on the internet are false. The staff is very unfriendly and they don,t help. The localization is very bad. I have traveled all around the world and its my second time in india. I have stayed in different kind of hostels with different prices and i dont look for luxury just a good atmosphere and this hostel is the worst hostel i have ever seen. The price is exvesive for the services they are offering. I wouldnt pay more than 100 rupies for this disgasting place.

  • 23rd May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Spain
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The location is in the middle of the central market, which is not that clean, unfortunately. Vicky, the hostel manager is a very kind and honest man, and also very helping minded. He is the most valuable asset of this hostel.


Room was not clean sheets stained. Owner sent me to his friends tourist information who over charged me for everything. Not good place.


Dificult to find but still great location. The manager is really nice but a bit distant, so with the staff. Booked a dorm but got a private for some reason. The room were really dirty and seemed like it hadn't been cleaned proper for a while. If you are in a transit this is a good value for the money but I wouldn't recommend staying here for a longer period. Unless you don't mind the dirt and loudness (thin walls).


The hostel is situated in a very ugly place, but it's close to everything, the staff is always there trying to help you.

  • 20th Apr 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Chile
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Functional hostel on a quiet and good spot (once you find it from the small streets). Staff was lovely and helpful. As a cherry on the top they had two dogs hanging out in the reception!


Nice place and friendly staff. Robin is fun and give you good advices !

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