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Fri, 10 Apr – Sat, 11 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by Ayaz on Jul 24,2018
What's Good: Location
What needs to improve : No WiFi in the rooms
Reason For Rating : Great location, beautiful property, and excellent breakfast
by Ruprekha on Feb 20,2018
Reason For Rating : The hotel is beautifully built with a view of the valley and Almora town. The room was clean and tidy. The resident dog kept us amused. The restaurant food was great.
by Amit on May 12,2015
What's Good: The resort is a small one and still under construction. However, the staff and services are excellent . Special thanks to Siddhartha ( the resident manager) for taking personal attention of the guests. As he is a travel buff he is in a position to suggest day wise schedule ( where to go, what to see etc.). The sunset just outside the hotel is great and so is the view of the Panchchowli range of Himalayas in the morning.
by preetikag12019 on
It's a lovely property one can find to chill with friends or simply to enjoy nature. But the property is not at all well-maintained with average services. Blankets and linen are super dirty with hair and stains. In the name of sports, only a dilapidated billiards table, that too on request. Imagine they offer no tandoor food items. Even the smallest of restaurant has paneer Tikka and naan and we were were told both days 'mam neeche se koyla Lana padta hai, 10 logon me Kya laayein' so no tandoor. King room costs you 5k inclusive of breakfast and taxes (we were horrified to hear they charge 9k in peak season) whereas, queen cottage is for 4k. King room is huge and stylised so paying 5k for it didn't pinch. But queen room was small and average and it shouldn't ideally cost more than 2-2.5k. They don't do bonfire on rainy days because of wet wood. But for with mean they don't keep any on stock and cut it on daily basis? So on rain day, they will not plan anything for guests, no fire when rain stops and no music, nothing. The kitchen guy was extremely humble and polite so 3 stars only for him. However, food was average. Basically no planning ahead and minting money. Some Delhi guy had built this property and the locals in charge are ruining it completely. Never going there again.
by archana_mrao on
The resort is lovely, overlooking Almora town and the valley. Mornings are especially beautiful. A 5 min walk outside the resort up the road opens up to a spectacular view of the Himalayas. You don't get the view of the Himalayas from the rooms or resort. There's also a lovely pine forest (very hike friendly) that surrounds this property. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, but require one round of maintenance. A few floor panels are broken here and there. One needs to climb down a set of steps to reach most rooms. Food is good but the restaurant is not heated. Overall, a lovely stay.
by Sunayana_Walia on
Stayed at Imperial Heights with family and thoroughly enjoyed the time spent at the property. The layout is great and the views are beautiful of the valley and the nature. The staff was super courteous and supportive esp. the room service despite of a festival weekend. The food is yummy and homely types. We opted for a kings room which was huge and well equipped but the trail to the room is bit uneven esp. for those with walking disability or elderly. The room has a living area and little elevated bathroom and dressing area. Wifi is available in the restaurant and reception area.
by deepaMRajvanshi on
We did not expect this quality of beauty and food from a hotel at this type of location. Booked this hotel in a jiffy. Must say - what a beautiful view it has! Food was sumptuous. Served with love. It was tasty and served hot.
by ayushkmrai on
Very helping staff, good scenic beauty inside resort and best in binsar, kisanji, pushkarji and arjunji are too good to appreciate, room service people are very good too, restaurant food is very tasty and easy on stomach. Overall five out of five.
by Sunayana_Walia on January 8, 2020
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