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Wed, 28 Feb – Thu, 01 Mar (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Hotel Chevron Fairhavens

Next To Head Post Office,Mallital, Nainital , 263001  |  Show on map

Rs. 5,900


  • Overall Rating

    • 3.5 Very Good  

      (based on 8 reviews)

      100% of our customers
      recommend this hotel


    • Room Quality 3.4
    • Service Quality 3.6
    • Dining Quality 3.1
    • Cleanliness 3.6

VISHWANATH from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 5/5 Dining Quality: 4/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

1. Though I have lived for more than a decade in a hillstation close to Shimla and much exposed to mountain driving, this drive to Naini Tal from Delhi was an experience in itself..the last stretch of 45 KMs and the beginning of treacherous mountain climbing from Katgodham to Naini tal was really nerve splitting..it was rather nostalgic to me as it brought back memories of my driving in and out to Chandigarh ( sometimes at mid of the nights)almost 20-22 yrs ago..while I enjoyed the drive, my wife was not too happy..infact cursed me to have brought us to again a hillstation ( we had a bad experience in Mussorie )..but once in our room, she too liked the place 2. Reached Nainital at 6PM and was a bit strained ( after driving 700KMs from Jaipur). My wife promptly called the Hotel and asked for a driver to drive us the last 150 Mtrs to the Hotel..believe me, it was like wall climbing..Hotel driver came intime and took us safely into the Hotel parking (ADVISE to tourists--PLS DO NOT ATTEMPT DRIVING ON YOUR OWN to hotel parking from Mall road..call the hotel driver) 3. Hotel is clean and grand ( an earstwhile YWCA hostel) with heritage looks, wooden floorings and old British paintings above all very very courteous staff.. 4. EVERY THING is good about the hotel..its near Mall, over looking the Lake and most of Nainital.. Doublebed with adequate Razai/ blankets/ pillows/ clean bath rooms/ running water / heaters/BIG TV/ toiletries/ clean towels / fruit-biscuits etc etc. Wooden flooring above & below creaks and this noise can upset especially when you are sleeping...!!Only thing we did not have was a balcony and a sofa to rest ..But we made this good by sitting in the open lawns for BF and evening Tea..very clean/ vast green patch facing the Lake with Jhoolas/ fireplace and variety of local flora & fauna 5. Very good point is Hotel has drop/ pick up facility to Mall ..the German Shepherd 'Jumbo" was another attraction to us 6. Last but not in the least..the food. We had a choice BF & Dinner on all 3 days with stumptuous servings of quality VEG & NONVEG starters & main course..we liked the sizzler/ chicken dishes. If you are looking for anything local, pls order for 'pahari-bakari' mutton in advance. Recommended for a stay while at Naini Tal Asha & Vishwanath Bhatt NOIDA

ASHUTOSH from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 4/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

Nice hotel, will be pleased to stay here, if i go to nainital again. Thanks

Hemant from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 3/5 Service Quality: 3/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

The exterior of the hotel is very charming. The Food is as almost as good as Machan restaurant which is by far the best in the Mall area, and room service is reasonably prompt. (They had a very limited menu). The junior staff is extremely courteous and well behaved.

Mr. Ajay from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 4/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

Good location but the jeep service down and up the market should be more frequent as the hotel is right on a steep height. Walking back up becomes difficult. Hospitality is very good. Food needs improvement. Will recommend this hotel as its value for money paid.

Mr. Prashant from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 3/5 Service Quality: 3/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 3/5

The place is good.

Adway from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 3/5 Service Quality: 3/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

1)The hotel was decent but quality of service/ambiance was below expectation when compared to a stay in similar hotel in Pune. 2)Food was decent/hygienic. 3)The bathroom geyser was not working, we were forced to order hot water by calling the reception everything we had to take a bath 4)Room service was good/prompt.

Prabin from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 3/5 Service Quality: 5/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 3/5

1. The location of the hotel is a major problem as it is after a steep uphill. They have drop/pickup facility from 8:00am to 8:00pm. 2. In our room we had a big rat which we suddenly discovered in the afternoon when we entered the room. The front desk changed us to another room. 3. The staff and service quality was simply superb. I wouldn't visit this hotel again/recommend anyone else.

Rajat from Nainital, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 3/5 Service Quality: 2/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 3/5

The hotel is located on a very steep hike which makes access to the hotel very uncomfortable. If you dont have a car/taxi you have to walk up to the hotel and you will be easily exhausted. The room was not worth the price and we had problems with our geyser every day, then there was electricity problem all through our stay. The only good thing was hotel staff was nice.

  • Overall Rating

    • 3.5
    • Hotel Chevron Fairhavens

      (based on 169 reviews)


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    • Average 33
    • Very Good 63
    • Excellent 41

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by Nitin A on January 28, 2018

The hotel is very good.staff of this hotel is very good.hotel located in very good location.food quality in this hotel is very good.staff of this hotel is very good.room service is very good.i love to visit again.

Old world property, good service Old world property, good service

by Prashant618 on January 25, 2018

Nice old world property, cozy and warm rooms, service is also very personal. I have noticed this in their Ranikhet property as well. This property is in middle of habitation which means you get to hear a lot of noise that comes from such sources for example, loud TV if someone is upto it or incessant dogs barking. Not a lot of noise that is, but if you are finicky about it, it will bother you. Otherwise, they have a good enough lawn, tiny bit of view of the lake. They do offer shuttle service to the mall which is very handy. Staying with young and naughty kids is not advisable as they do have have a fenced lawn. Food was very good, service as I mentioned is good. Lots of photo opportunities within the hotel as it is fairly old hill architecture, go look!! Reaching this hotel could be a little tricky because of the traffic restrictions in Nainital AND the super steep ascent to the hotel. If you are not a good driver and your car tyres lack tread, I wont suggest driving upto the hotel. Instead, you can park at the lake (there is a huge parking structure) and then summon the hotel shuttle.

Room with a view Room with a view

by Allwyn D on January 16, 2018

This Hotel is located at a height and that's a big plus point, you have unrestricted view of the lake as well as the mountains around the hill station. The hotel itself has an old English charm, that's uniquely British, wooden flooring and wooden balcony add to the old era look. The hotel has pick up and drop facility from the main parking area and are available round the clock. The rooms are well spaced out ,and the best rooms are in the cottages behind the main hotel building.

If you are driving yourself, beware of the steep incline at the hotel entrance If you are driving yourself, beware of the steep incline at the hotel entrance

by travelfreak455 on November 13, 2017

We visited Nainital recently and stayed at Chevron Fairhavens. First about the route to Nainital: We followed Google maps and it guided us through the Delhi-Gazhiabad-Hapur-Moradabad-Kaladungi-Nainital route. This route is not a very pleasant one as we faced lot of jams near Hapur due to the on road construction. Also, on the way we had to pass through numerous small hamlets in UP which were congested. However, post Kaladungi, the scenic beauty compensated for all that. Now about Chevron: Positives: This resort is well located with the Naini lake only a few meters away. We had wonderful lake view from all the 3 rooms on the first floor. They provided complimentary pick up and drop to and from the lake side. Food was good however appeared a bit overpriced. Rooms are furnished and provide a British era charm as most furniture appeared to be well kept antiques. The garden is well kept and the view of the lake from there is mesmerizing. Negatives: The resort is located at an extremely steep incline from the main road. Both our vehicles got stuck and slided backwards which was enough to terrify us (just to mention, all of us were experienced drivers and have driven on difficult hill terrain earlier). One of the hotel drivers later came and rescued us.If you are driving yourself, do make sure to call them in advance and ask for the driver to take your car till the hotel. Room facilities were not in good shape. Geasers, electric points frequently went out of order. Cable TV in all the rooms was not working. The property is good if you like heritage stays. Boating in Naini jheel was the best part. Last but not the least, do remember to get Baalmithai from Mamus (estd 1940) from the market near the hotel.

Old property lacking hospitality Old property lacking hospitality

by TusharDX on November 1, 2017

We stayed at Chevron Fairhavens in Oct last month. As Chevron is being developed as a luxury brand, we were indeed looking for a promising stay in Nainital. Alas, we were deeply disappointed on multiple fronts. It is unfortunate as this hotel does tick right boxes in terms of location, heritage construction and external decor, but severely lacks in terms of hospitality, professional approach and overall quality of stay. To start with, this hotel had one of the most unwelcoming reception/front desk. Reception is your chance to make the first impression. One would expect smiling faces or courteous staff, both of which were lacking here. This hotel has a nice antique look with British-style wooden architecture. Reception leads into a rectangle-shaped central hall, which also serves as the dining area, with rooms located on all sides on 2 floors. This setup looks charming, but thats where its practicality ends. Being an old property built using wood, rooms are not sound proof and are prone to external noise from everywhere. For example, windows open outside overlooking the parking lot, whereas doors open towards the hallway. Both let in considerable noise esp. via doors, when guests congregate in the central hall for the meals. Similarly, wooden flooring from above lets in sound of footsteps or thumps or even chatter if the guest is loud enough. In fact this proved to be our morning alarm! Rooms are of average size with attached bathroom, but were lacking cleanliness. Glasses kept in the room had white powder/dry stains and had to be rewashed. When I moved the portable room heater (which was half melted and then fixed, with a big hole), there was a lump of hair beneath it. From the looks of it, it didnt seem like anybody had done cleaning duty in a while or someone was not doing their job diligently. Food was ok and consisted of regular Punjabi menu. Breakfast spread was limited. Challenge here was to get a table. Tables placed in the hall seemed inadequate for the hotel size with random placement. Also, we had to look for staff member if we needed some help with the menu (say to order Omelette). In general, the hotel seemed to be under staffed given the rush period it was. Overall, a place that has potential but falls way short. There are definitely better places out there, and I recommend choosing one of them if you visiting Nainital.

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Demo Trip The best rooms with a great view are from the cottages behind the main hotel buidling,

by Allwyn D on January 16, 2018

Demo Trip Avoid Room 203. Due to wooden floors, this one is extremely noisy

by travelfreak455 on November 13, 2017

Demo Trip Better to look for another hotel

by TusharDX on November 1, 2017

Demo Trip Corner rooms are quite large and sunny

by Vikram83512 on September 26, 2017

Demo Trip stay at mall road hotel

by VIJAY0505 on June 28, 2017