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Standard Non AC Room
Mon, 13 Feb – Tue, 14 Feb (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Standard Non AC Room
(based on 7 reviews)
Tiyabon Resort - a must stay place if you are visiting Chalsa, Gorumara, Murti, Chapramari and Khunia. Very well conceived, the Resort is a place in close proximity of the Gorumara Reserve yet one feels like being in the midst of the jungle. It is away from the cacophony of the market yet very near it, and you can hire a toto or even walk down to buy anything you want. Keeping in view the surrounding, the cottages are very comfortable and beautifully designed to match the environment of the jungle nearby. Staff are very helpful and always willing to serve you better. Food is good.Tiyabon helps organise your safari to the nearby jungles of Gorumara, Murti and Chapramari at very reasonable costs. Very good place to stay. Nearby is a heli-pad. Just walk down to that place early morning and get a glimpse of the snow peaks of Bhutan
Extremely unprofessional. 9 of us visited in December last but our trip was dampened by the authorities of this resort. We booked 4 rooms from their Dover Lane Office and without any intimation they cancelled one. This led to lot of inconveniences and heated word exchange. Specially the guy Sourav sitting at Dover Lane Office is a rowdy and arrogant. Moreover, the rooms were not cleaned everyday. The bedcovers were not changed once during our stay of 3 days... They charged whoopingly high. They are basically enjoying monopoly at Chalsa. The food is exorbitantly priced and of medium quality. The drivers they provided also unprofessionals and didn't cover all the scheduled spots. All over, barring their big property at Chalsa, a big thumbs down for their services.
Nice place with well decor rooms and landscapes. Especially the garden area and the pathway. The lawns are well maintained and are liked by the kids. Staffs are well behaved and polite. Will truly visit once again..
I visited Dooars with my spouse and stayed at this resort for 3 days with an immense hope of a great experience. We entered the resort at noon after a very tiresome journey and in spite of making an advanced booking, we were made seated at the reception for about half an hour, since the manager was not present at the counter at that time. After entering the room , we found that the double bed was half broken. Also there was no water jug available,neither was there any intercom to call the room service or reception. So we had to walk to the reception again to ask the manager for water.The manager said that the same will be delivered with a couple of minutes ,but it was almost half an hour the water still was not delivered to our room. A resort without an intercom to call the support staff , was really terrible . The television they provided was also not working. The hot water service from shower was also not available. Also there was no wifi connectivity available in this resort which was totally unexpected considering the amount money they charge for per day. These are the basic things one should expect from a hotel/resort ,however in Tiya Bon all these were missing. Also the car service they charged for the trip was horribly expensive .For example the railway station was about 10-15 mins away from the resort and they charged Rs 500 to drop us to the station via their cab. So on the whole ,it was our worst experience to stay at Tiya Bon because the room service was extremely poor ,the cab service was unnecessarily expensive and last but not the least the behavior of the manager was just horrible at its best. In short if you are not able to find any hotels/resort to stay at Dooars then cancel the trip but never stay at Tiya Bon .
I decided to visit Dooars having heard about the area throughout childhood and booked Tiyabon resort as part of my trip in the last week of January 2016 with parents, while in Kolkata for annual holiday from London. First of all, this is not 5-star posh Caribbean resort and you should not expect this to be considering the money you're forking out. What it was, is a brilliant boutique resort on a decent limited budget. Any shortcomings in the accommodation were more than overcome by extreme courteous nature of management and support staff, especially Tapash (Manager), Uttam (Assistant) and Madam (Chef). The resort spreads across a couple of acres with individual different standalone rooms in the form of "Huts".We stayed there for three nights and were upgraded after the first. You won't have a Michelin star a-la-carte menu but the menu will have an excellent flavour of Bengal. A mutton / chicken/ fish /egg meal will suffice your appetite. These come with rice / bread/ lentil soup / mixed veg and main course. You do have nice options for breakfast and evening snacks. Make sure your order at least 3 hours in advance. The management as mentioned before was quite helpful in sorting transportation to and from Bagdogra Airport ( our in-bound flight was delayed) and also arranging forest safari to Gorumara National Park and local sign-seeings viz. Bindu, Samsing etc. Pros : 1) Excellent location in the middle of dooars. 2) Wonderfully courteous management and support staff helping you all the way. Cons: 1) No wifi in the rooms. Need to travel to reception to access free of cost. Guess it's more to do with infrastructure in the area rather than the resort. You would also struggle to get 3G in the rooms. 2) Nights can be extremely cold with tin-shades on top of individual huts don't provide enough protection from cold. Tips: Try to get huts 3 or 4.
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