After 20 minutes of calling and looking for the hotel, we showed up to a sketchy run-down building. It looked empty at first glance. However, when we walked in the receptionist came out from the back room. They didn't speak much English and was especially rude. We went up to the room and there was no tissue for the toilet. We were happy to have packed baby wipes. We got settled and figured out what places we wanted to see. We went back down to call a taxi. They charged 1000 rupees for a drop off and 1600 for a drop off and back. None of them spoke much English, so we tried to get the price lowered, but with no such luck. The taxi driver came and they didn't speak any English either. This was our last day in India and we toured multiple cities and villages. Even in the villages the drivers spoke enough English to understand fully what we wanted and where we needed to go. All were also very friendly. The driver didn't want to take us anywhere we asked and even attempted to take us to a different market instead of the one we asked for. We arrived back at the hotel just to get our suitcases and be dropped off at the airport and they charged us extra for the taxi. Needless to say, this was the first time no one received a tip for our whole trip.