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Our group of eight spent three nights here.
First the positive: Great location. Comfortable beds. Fairly quiet.
Now for reality check. A number of us had shower faucets that did not work properly, toilets in need of repair, leaky plumbing fixtures.
We were split on...More
This hotel was recommended by a friend.
The reservation and deposit process was over email and wire--so not "modern" but they were responsive and it worked.
It's a small family-owned place where every room is different. The rooms that I saw were all nicely decorated....More
My friend and I booked a holiday during the ’busy’ Christmas period at Varanasi and so were prepared to pay a little more than expected. But, at $70 a night, the room was less than basic and so far from the deluxe description that it...More
We spent a week in this hotel whilst on a working trip to a local school. It is located on the Southernmost edge of Varanasi at a place called Assi Ghat. The Hotel clings to the side of the ridge above the Ganges and has...More
Response from Petersuffolkuk | Reviewed this property |
I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I... More
I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I believe my wife would have felt very comfortable if she had been travelling with me. On the whole Indians appear very respectful and I don't believe that you will have any particular problem. In respect of your belongings in your room, the hotel seemed secure but as with any sort of travel, if you can't put valuables in a safe then I would suggest you keep them on you at all times.