Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

3.8 out of 5
3.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveler from London

Peaceful location

Posted Mar 13, 2015
Cons: A bigger choice on the menu and able to have whats on the menu
Location: A remote location good for a couple of days relaxation.
A wonderful peaceful location situated on the banks of the river. Good for bird watching and watching the water buffalos crossing the river daily. All bedrooms are furnished with style, fabulous furniture and wall art. The menu was very limited and only half the menu was available on the 3 nights we stayed. The hotel is in a remote area so you will need to take a cab to the nearest restaurant
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Pune, India

Nice hotel in the middle of nowhere limited option

Posted Jan 14, 2015
Pros: The view is fantastic in the morning (right on the banks of the Chapora river). Nice if you have a large group and want to get away from the madness.
Cons: Need a phone in the room, need TV, need all options on the menu to be available. Need to reduce their rates (too expensive for the middle of nowhere)
Location: Nothing is close for 4-5 kms. No ATMs, no restaurants etc. Better have dinner and get to the hotel or arrive before the restaurant closes down.
The hotel is built with love and care. BUT quite honestly, the hotel is in the middle of no where. No facilities, restaurants anywhere, no ATMs etc. The entrance through the hotel feels like the scene out of a scary movie. No sign boards. Google Maps is the only way to find it. Once you get in, the hotel looks great. Good well maintained but you have the feeling that there are not too many visitors. It is a boutique hotel and suitable for a large group to go there. I would not recommend for a couple. We were there for 3 days and nothing happened but it is a little creepy since the hotel looks empty. Maybe we just came at a time when there was limited crowd. The food menu is limited but the food itself is good. They don't have a few things on the menu but they are flexible to make some things based on request. I was there for 3 days and they did not have soda to go with the whiskey. The kitchen closes early so if you arrive late at this hotel, you may have to go hungry or really travel far (4-5 kms) to get food. So if you think of arriving on a late flight or after driving from another city, watch out. The staff tries hard and are nice. Om Prakash the manager tries hard but there are some limitations due to the location. We booked through Expedia and we had billing issues (higher room tariff) caused by wrong info passed from HQs to the hotel staff on location. Was resolved at the end but surprised us in the end. Had a mini argument with the manager who later apologized.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Jan 5, 2014
Sehr schöne lage, allerdings auch ziemlich entlegen?Wir mussten für jeden Ausflug ein Taxi nehmen,was um die Weihnachtszeit unangemessen teuer ist,aber man hat keine Wahl ?Der zweite Wermutstropfen sind die Preise im Restaurant , das dreifache der üblichen Preise . der Service beim Essen etwas unbeholfen! mal hat man das essen und keine Teller , mal Teller aber kein Besteck, eben alles typisch ,da das Personal unorganisiert ist? der Hotelmanager William lächelt sagt immer ja und tut nichts , ein Ärgernis wenn man dringend etwas braucht. Man hat das Gefühl die Probleme aussitzen ist das Motto in diesem Haus. Die schöne Lage am Fluss ,die Ruhe und die herrliche Landschaft entschädigen für manches Ärgernis, außerdem darf man nicht vergessen man ist in indien und nicht auf den Kanaren.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Constance from paris

Hôtel idéal pour se retrouver en couple

Posted Feb 4, 2013
Très agréable, calme et raffiné , loin de l'agitation des plages de Goa dans un environnement de nature splendide.