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Tue, 28 Feb – Wed, 01 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
(based on 6 reviews)
value for money room infront of holy ganges .view from balcony is very much better than other hotels . spacious hotel with beautiful rooftop .. laundary service & wifi speed was also good .manager at reception was very polite & also helping.
This hotel is located in the most touristy area in Rishikesh and at this time of the year (feb-March) it is very difficult to find a good room for cheap. I paid 400rupees for a double room. The accommodations are basic and the furnitures are not so new but each room has a private bathroom with hot shower, blankets and clean sheets. More than enough for a backpacker. The only major downside of that hotel : don't expect a warm welcome, you'd be utterly disappointed...
I have been there few times and rooms are basic but clean and price is very reasonable . Manager name MONU is great person and can get u whatever you want and tell you bet places to eat and travel around area. He looks tough but very nice guy if you ever go there then talk to him and you will find he is the best guy .I am going again in feb so hope he is still there:-)
Reception : Not the best welcome we had, but when you begin to speak with the manager conversation get easier. The room : Decent, toilets and bathroom okay. Hot water at evening. City centre. You can borrow a sweeper or ask the boy to sweep. I prefer to do it myself because I sweep everywhere in comparison. No bucket available here. The small pot had a hole. No towel. No additional blanket when night was cold. No thali to borrow 20 min though manager was using a few with drinking friends. No WiFi in balcony rooms. The price : All hotel were fully booked. Other hotels that had told me 500Rs the week prior had risen their price to 700. We were on budget (round the world trip) and didn't spend that much time in the room so we took this one for 500Rs. By night up to 1am you hear the dumby tourists making their big noise with the cistomisef r.enfield they rent to feel important. (I'm a biker and keep my passion on a way not to disturb others). Advice : Chose a room door to hall to catch WiFi and be far from the street noise. Conclusion : Even with such a hotel, our days in Rishikesh remained the best because the nature and the Ganga still have their benefits on soul and breath. So if you need a stay it can be helpful.
After walking around Rishikesh for an hour, searching for a room that was within my budget, I found one here for 300 INR per night. I looked at the couple of empty rooms I was given as an option - not terrible, but definitely not great. A window that looks out at the building next door; sheets that look pretty uninviting; as far as hotels in India go, seems pretty average. I asked about the hot water situation and was told it was "solar operated". As I saw no solar panels anywhere, I assume that means, when it's sunny the water in the tank gets warmer... ? After I checked in, I went upstairs and met another guest in the hallway who told me I should be prepared for cold showers, because there's never any hot water. Hmmm... being told there is hot water when there really isn't - like I said, pretty standard for India. I noticed that there was an empty room waiting to be cleaned across the hall - exactly the same room I had, but with a view of the river. I went downstairs to ask if I could switch rooms, but the guy working was too busy talking to his friend on the phone to deal with me, so I went out for lunch, figuring he'd be done chatting by the time I got back. While I was out, I found a much nicer place for 350 INR per night (with hot water!), and decided to stay there instead. I went back to take my stuff out of the room and let them know I would not be staying after all. And I was yelled at. Literally. For 15 minutes. And threatened with phone calls to the police because I refused to pay for the night. The room was untouched, and I had only left my backpack in there for about 30 minutes. It was not the only room available, and I definitely did not prevent anyone else from renting that room for the night. I've worked 10 years in the hospitality industry and I know, definitely, this should not have been a problem since the hotel lost no money and didn't have to re-clean anything. But I was yelled at, and threatened, and interrupted to be yelled at some more. When I raised my voice to tell this guy to calm down, he yelled that "This is not your country! You're in India now! You don't yell at me in my country!" And then threatened me with the police yet again. For 300 rupees!! I finally gave him 100 rupees just to get out of there.
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