We were on the way to goa and had decided to take a stay at Satara so to avoid the night drive. Got this hotel recommended from Just Dial, its in the Satara City near the ST bus stand and not on the highway which is a positive point for me. The room conditions and cleanliness was good and also assistance for room service was provided as and when required. The receptionist was kind enough to advise the current road condition as I was travelling in month of Aug 2016 and chances of rain is very high. We had dinner at the restaurant of Sairaja and I should say the taste was fantastic of whatever we ordered. The next time if I have to stay at Satara this hotel will be my first preference.
Had been here last week with friends. Decent place for Overnight stay. Had opted for a larger AC room. Got good covered parking. Very convenient location close to bus stand and main road. Food was the highlight. Though the menu is limited, food taste was authentic. Both the restaurant as well as hotel staff was polite and courteous. A minor consideration may be to upgrade the TV in the room to a larger size model as the current one,though working, was giving frequent trouble. Overall a satisfying stay
Stayed at the hotel overnight while traveling from South India. Hotel is approximately 3 km from NH3 and is very well marked on Google maps. Did not had any problem finding the hotel.
I was given 2 rooms on first floor and rooms were spacious with balcony. We had ordered dinner in advance and food served was hot though a bit late in the night. Left early morning and hot water was available. Hotel also have ample parking in the basement.
Overall nice hotel, good service, courteous staff, good food. Recommended if traveling with a budget.
I and my family members stayed at hotel when we had visit to kass pleateau. We had booked two AC rooms, three bed and two bed,Last monday we returned home. We stayed in hotel for 2 days.And we really enjoyed it! The hotel was clean, plenty of. In the future we will recommend your hotel to other people!"
It was a last minute decision to visit Satara in the weekend for viewing flowers at Kaas pathar. I had checked with almost all the hotels in Satara and it was sold out all over, and this was the only place available. Despite the terrible rating I had no option but to book three AC rooms, but after half an hour or so, I was informed that one room has been assigned to some other visitor and only two could be given.
The hotel was easy to find on the Rakhika road, however we could not find a parking spot so we had to park on the road itself. Though the hotel said parking is available, it could not accommodate more than 3-4 cars at the ground floor. The checkin was smooth as i already had a word with one of the persons who booked on my verbal approval. There were none to help with the bags and we had to take it ourselves.
The hotel was ridiculously designed and have no privacy at all. The rooms that we were given were at a far corner opposite each other and above the hotels office, which was also open space. When we went inside the room, the bedsheets, pillows, curtains was giving a cheapness feeling. The bedsheets were neat but not clean, there were dead mosquitoes and some small patches indicating that the cloth even tough was washed, hasnt been cleaned thoroughly.
Surprisingly they have a kitchen but allow only room service. When we inquired for starters, they had only two plates of chicken sukkha available, dont know what happened to the rest !! The water glass had broken rims, and upon asking to bring more glass for drinks the waiter suggested that he will bring the two glass from our other room, which we felt like cheap. We asked to bring new glass from kitchen and ordered the chicken, cold drinks and water bottle.
The main problem with the stay was the frequent light cuts. Though they have a generator backup for rooms, we could not put on the AC and so we argued with the hotel people that if lights went out in the night, we will not pay the AC room charge and shall pay non-ac room charges. We were dead tired when we reach the hotel room from Kaas pathar. We took some rest, went for dinner and then came back.
Fortunately the light did not go out at night and we slept peacefully. One should definitely avoid this place at any cost.