If you are a lone traveler in town to clinch a business deal, what would you need? A room that offers the kind of comfort that qualifies for luxury at a price that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, food that smells heavenly and tastes even better, a cosy little haven where you can unwind with a glass of your favourite poison at the end of a tiresome day, and hospitality that comes attached with a smile.
That's the promise that Central Court makes. And delivers. The hotel categorises its rooms into four broad categories. The suites (the Royal and the Classic ones) come with a refrigerator (containing soft drinks, on the house) and a tea/coffee maker, and have hard-wood floors. The Business Club rooms are big and roomy. Something about the bed makes you want to immediately tuck yourself in it. And the Standard rooms are also bigger than most you will find around the city.
But the hotel's USP, from the perpective of a traveler, is its location. It is easily accessible, it is close to business/shopping centers and a few of the more prominent places of tourist interest, and it is not too far from the airport and the railway stations.
The Central Court has 3 restaurants including its 24-hour coffee shop, Salt And Pepper
. The coffee shop usually plays host to delicious food-fests, and it is here that all in-house guests get their complimentary breakfast. Touch Of Class
is a multi-cuisine restaurant that is popular for its pre-plated executive lunch meals. The hotel's watering hole, High Spirits, has a beautiful cocktail menu that carries a sinfully tempting picture of each drink along with its description.
The hotel has a fitness center and a sports pub in the pipeline. On the whole, taken all around, this place offers among the best facilities among the 3-star hotels in town.