A premium hostel in a serene residential layout managed by a corporate couple. It is a place that gives you your own space, but also a shoulder to lean upon when you need one. Surrounded by parks. 12 Rooms spread among 3 floors. The hostel doesn't serve food, but there is a fully functional kitchen for you to cook.
Deepu is an aviation professional, avid sports enthusiast and a creative chef.
Priya is a manager in a software company, a travel-lover and happy-go-lucky person.
Coming from "God’s Own Country", hospitality is their forte. While Priya takes care of the interfacing, Deepu is the engine of the system.
There is only one entry to the hostel and the building is secure from all sides; a biometric sensor will be installed soon so you can come and go as you please. There are however, no curfews, and you can return to your hostel whenever you want to. Whether you choose twin-sharing, triple-sharing or a private room, the building is spacious enough to guarantee your privacy at all times!
Shalini has been with the owners for 3 years. She is a warm person and mixes well with everyone. She also does majority of the cooking. She lives in the hostel in a separate room with her 3-year old son and husband.
Wi-Fi: 1 BBNL Connection, 50mbps, Unlimited plan
TV: 50in TCL. ACT Fibernet DTH. All TV channels available including sports channels.
Power Backup: 12 Hrs. All lights, fans and charging points work.
Drinking Water: 24 hrs. Aquaguard water purifier
Laundry: 2 top loading washing machines.
Whether you are a student or a working professional, deciding where to stay in the city when you are alone is often a choice between comfort and community. While your own apartment may seem like a good idea in terms of privacy, amenities etc., it also means high costs and increasingly frequent bouts of loneliness. And while PGs and hostels may make you feel like part of a community with their twin-sharing and triple-sharing rooms, they also almost always bring with them bad food, cramped spaces, binding rules and what not.
While it may seem impossible to find a balance between the two, that is exactly what SimplyGuest Hostels offer.
I live with my adolescent daughter who goes to school. There is no difference between a home and this place. Everything feels just fine. We love this place. People are nice and warm. The locality is residential and calm. View Video
What makes this place is its people. I always look forward to come back to this place after a hard day at work.
As a prospective tenant, at the time of booking you get to see a lot of data such as the age groups and professions of the other tenants, the vegetarian and non-vegetarian split, and more.