This is a very good option for cheap accommodation, a bit farther away from the center but close to Little India and the subway, with a hearty breakfast, coffee and tea, A / C, newspaper and free wireless internet for 8 euros. This place is 100% for backpackers who can share rooms and travel guides.
A good hostel if you want to meet other travelers and enjoy economic, well-located accommodation. The structure is quite simple - shared rooms and private rooms, with prices ranging from $15 to $45. The breakfast (included) is simple, with optional coffee, tea, sliced bread, butter and jam. There's a baker and a supermarket nearby if you prefer something more elaborate, and the hostel has a collective fridge - just label your products with your name.
If you want to cook your own food, dishes and utensils are available - be sure to wash up when you're finished! The internet is free, with wifi or computers available if you don't have your own device. The bathrooms and showers are shared, and are near the kitchen and laundry room. When we visited, we didn't find any vacancies anywhere, but the owner of this hostel helped us out by putting two extra beds on the terrace. It's close to a bus stop and subway station, so it's easy to get around town.