I am a long term visitor to India on a business trip. There is currently construction work going on in the Paul Hotel Bangalore. New restaurants are being built. The noise is appalling. Assurances had been given to my colleagues who arrived before me that the work would be completed in October. It is now 1st local time December and the construction work thunders on with no end in sight. Numerous complaints have been made to management. Who have responded by saying that the construction work won't start each morning before 10 am. This assurance is as much use as a chocolate tea pot. The banging starts at some unearthly hour, a call is made to reception to ask the banging to be stopped, assurance is given by management that the work wil be stopped immediately, this assurance appears to be worthless as invariably more than call to management each morning is required.
The comment has also been made to management that when the banging starts, why does it take a call from a guest for someone in the management team to intervene? The banging is audible all over the hotel so why doesn't management take action to enforce the agreement that work won't start before 10 am?
My colleagues have all since checked out and moved into accommodation elsewhere solely for the reason of the construction work. I wish I had the flexibility to be able to do the same.
For info the hotel is around 7 km from the city centre.
Unique Quality: Construction workers who ignore requests to stop working.
Directions: Approx 7 km East of the city centre.
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