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Munnar

Fri, 03 Mar – Sat, 04 Mar (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Adams Homestay

Kunchithanny, Munnar , 685565  |  Show on map

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Fri, 03 Mar - Sat, 04 Mar | 1 Room
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  • Overall Rating

    • 3.0
    • Adams Homestay

      (based on 21 reviews)

  • TRAVELLER RATING

    • Terrible 4
    • Poor 3
    • Average 4
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    • Excellent 4
  • RATING SUMMARY

    • Location
      4.0
    • Sleep Quality
      3.5
    • Rooms
      3.0
    • Service
      3.0
    • Value
      3.0
    • Cleanliness
      3.0

Very poor experience despite good location Very poor experience despite good location

by barklyeast on February 4, 2017

This was a difficult review to write for 2 reasons. The first is that the owner of this establishment does not take kindly to criticism as he has demonstrated in some of his responses to previous critical reviews. The second is that although our initial impressions of this place were exceedingly bad, we felt that despite these this hostelry was not so bad after all. We arrived at the place late at night, having warned the owner, P, that we would be doing so, and receiving his approval of this. The kindly night watchman showed us the room that had been allocated for us. When we entered the en-suite bathroom, we found that the floor of the shower tray was not only filthy but also badly damaged (cracked and punctured: see illustration). We asked for a different room, and the watchman called the owner, who arrived at his hostelry within a few minutes. When we pointed out why we did not like his room, he became angry and told us that if we were going to be critical, we should leave at once (it was at least 10.30 pm), and find alternative accommodation. We were very tired, and this seemed quite unreasonable. His unfriendly, inhospitable attitude upset my wife and I greatly. When we pointed this out to his sister a day or so later, she tried to make out that we had been unreasonable. Whatever happened to the concept that the customer is always right? Whatever happened to the innkeepers approach to customer relations? Had it been much earlier in the day, we would have walked out immediately, but it was late at night and we had no idea whether or not it would be possible to find alternative accommodation. And, as we pointed out to him, one of us was suffering from an injured leg. Eventually, P relented and offered us another room, which was intact. We took this and warily paid up front as the rules of the house required this. Cash was required, but we had to ask for a receipt as this was not offered spontaneously. Adams Old Inn lives up to its name. Some things were old, and in crying need of a little more care and attention. For example, plumbing in the bathroom was quirky. The shower emitted very little water. On the first day, this was uncontrollably hot, and on the remaining 5 days of our stay the water never warmed up at all. In addition, two of the rooms four light fittings were non-functional, one looking beyond repair. Luckily, the air-conditioner was most efficient, even if rather noisy. Neither soap nor rinsing mugs were available in the bathroom. We were told to buy our own. Toilet paper was available, but only after we had asked for it. Sheets and towels were changed. This place is beautifully located in the heart of old Fort Cochin. With a modest investment, it could rival the many other similarly priced guest accommodations in the same street. Breakfast was not supplied. Apart from P, who did become friendlier as the days went on, the remaining members of the staff were friendly and gracious.

Cheap, efficient room for the low price Cheap, efficient room for the low price

by Beatjunki on January 8, 2017

Location is excellent for old town and seafront and the staff were pleasant and helpful. Had a standard fare low cost room with a bed and fan. [There was also a TV but I didn't use it for the duration of my stay]. Rooms could do with a new touch of paint and some care. Only 1 power outlet. In my room there was a simple naked bulb for lighting. Lack of internet penetration and service - only available until 5pm and the signal did not reach my room.

Best place to stay in Cochin Best place to stay in Cochin

by Deborah M on January 1, 2017

I arrived in Cochin after a long train ride from Chennai and was lucky enough to walk into Adams Old Inn. I stayed 5 nights, longer than I had intended mostly because I had such a comfortable and safe place to stay. I would highly recommend this hotel to tourists of all types.

The Dark Ages... The Dark Ages...

by Smithery on February 12, 2015

Although recommended in the guide book, I was suspicious before arrival. I had booked by email, and gave all my personal details, but the owner insisted I recontact to confirm again on a specific date. I was travelling, so wasn't sure I could do this on that date. I got round it by rebooking through booking.com. The location is good, but Fort Cochin has many places to choose from in this area. The atmosphere was Victorian, the front door was frequently locked, I had to find someone to let me out on a number of occasions. The room was less than basic, shabby, electrics falling off wall, no storage space, cold water...they kept asking for payment during our 3 day stay, which we found insulting. Give Old Adam a wide berth!

Drab and dull Drab and dull

by shazwina1 on February 4, 2015

Our room was very small with nowhere to unpack to.We were asked to pay even before we saw the room. The only light was a horrid fluorescent strip. There was only 1 electric socket. The bedding was ethnic material instead of sheets. Location is great but that's the only good thing. Annoyingly every time we went in or out we had to get someone to unlock the door, even during the day. Strangely the owner thinks it's the best place in Cochin!!!

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  • The primary guest must be at least 18 years of age to check into this hotel.
  • As per Government regulations, It is mandatory for all guests above 18 years of age to carry a valid photo identity card & address proof at the time of check-in. In case, check-in is denied by the hotel due to lack of required documents, you cannot claim for the refund & the booking will be considered as NO SHOW.
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