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Double Non Ac
Tue, 14 Feb – Wed, 15 Feb (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Double Non Ac
(based on 18 reviews)
while my stay,I haven't face any hurdles.just an okay accommodation.dont expect more, remind what you are paid.i like the place as well .the staffs are very friendly and helpful ....i rally enjoy the stay
If you are coming to expirience banaras,then things of being at luxury is out of the list. You can get help from hotel guys. Being near to the burning ghats,make you expirience the Place more better. It's the pure expirience of Banaras. In terms of food,go for other resturants on road towards Assi Ghat. The View from balcony is just amazing! The ganges,ghats ! Warm Water is available,and If you want luxury,then don't opt for this hotel because when it comes to Banaras,just dip in the devotion.
This was not a good place to stay longer than max one night. We spent 5 nights. The hotel is right next to the burning ghat. That might be interesting for couple of days but if you're staying longer it might be a little bit too much. Smelling burning bodies 24/7 is not than much fun. But that wasn't even the problem. The problem was that the hotel was very dirty, beds were horrible, there were bedbugs the toilet didn't work and MONKEYS attacked our room because the locks were so rusty. Monkeys broke our stuff, all the clothes were dirty after this, my medicine were all over the dirty floors... Yeah. And the staff didn't believe we had locked the balcony door, so at first they didn't even want to give us a new room. Finally we got a new room which didn't really help that much. I just don't find anything good to say about this "hostel". Don't waste your money on this dump.
No rooms anywhere when arrived in Varanasi late at night. I remembered that the Sonmony had been recommended to us by another traveler so we made our way to Harischandra Ghat, one of the burning ghats. We checked into room #22 and the night watchman was kind enough to give us a couple of towels and sheets. Not the cleanest hotel in town but under the circumstances, it was okay. The next morning we awoke to chopping sounds and discovered that the enormous scale to weigh the wood for the pyres was pretty much at the hotel's front door. I would caution anyone staying here to be prepared for the smell of burning flesh wafting up from the ghat. Staying here will provide a full on India experience. We paid Rs 400 for a double.
Hey all, Was here in Jan of 2011. Picked this hotel out from a hostel site and a video someone took of their boat tour on the Ganges as they passed by the waterfront hotel. This hotel is relatively new by the oldest living city in the world's standards (1980's i think). It is the best location, hirishchandra ghat is the best burning ghat to see at. Get a balcony room (insist on it) and you'll be feeding monkeys, taking in the view and smelling burning corpses all day! We counted about 25 one day. You'll get used to the smell and you'll be happy about your decision. Food upstairs (and the view) is great, hopefully the lad who served us is still there. Also, take in the tabla/ sitar lessons as you'll no doubt be approached, it's worth every penny. Would go back here and only here in a heartbeat. Derek PS: don't book a trail out of Mughal station especially if you're caucasian.
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