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Tue, 27 Mar – Wed, 28 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
No 10 Contonment , Amritsar , 143001 | Show on Map
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Mrs BhandariGuest House is at a distance of 3 km from the Gol Bagh and provides 24 hour frontdesk assistance.
The hotel inAmritsar offers 15 air-conditioned and non air-conditioned rooms. Each of therooms has a comfortable bed and functioning fireplaces.
The en suite bathroomsare also supplied with hot and cold water. Extra beds are also available. Mrs BhandariGuest House also provides facilities like room service and luggage storage.Other facilities include: laundry/dry cleaning facilities, medical services andparking spaces for the guests.
It is 3 kmfrom the Durgiana Mandir, 5 km from the Jallianwala Bagh, 4 km from KatraJaimal Singh and 4 km from the Harmandir Sahib Temple. The hotel in Amritsar isalso 2 km from Amritsar Junction Railway Station while the InternationalAirport is 10 km away.
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by R0binR on March 12, 2018
Set in an Oasis in the middle of a noisy city, this is a gem.With their own Oxen and Vegetables and a sense of service to their guests, you get a wonderful welcome and superb food. It is a step back in time with a lot of quirks. Enjoy the hot water bottles, the amazing plumbing and the Hostess herself. Enjoy a bit of old India and put your prejudices and pre conceptions aside.
by AandSKB on March 2, 2018
This hotel, as others have commented, is a unique experience and quite unlike anywhere else that weve stayed in India. Now run by the daughter of the original Mrs Bhandari, it feels like very little has changed over the decades. Some may consider this a plus, others may disagree. We fall into the former category. It is somewhat out of the central area and you will have to guide most auto rickshaw drivers yourself (we used Google Maps on a smartphone). The mattresses are Indian-hard, but no more so than several other hotels we stayed in. The staff, including the efficient Shoorbir Singh, are wonderful, and Mrs Bhandari is a delightful source of knowledge on Amritsar and the surrounding area. All the practicalities email communications prior to arrival, collection from the airport, car to the Wagha Border Ceremony were perfect. If you want bland and modern, stay away. If you want interesting and somewhat old-fashioned, then give Mrs Bhandaris a try.
by Bert C on January 23, 2018
We picked this place due to earlier rave reviews when Mrs. Bhandari used to run the place. The rooms we got were on the left side. These are ancient with musty carpets, right next to the buffalo shed. What's good: those who serve here are nice people. What you should do: Ask for rooms in the new structure on the right side - these have a view of a garden. What you should not do: stay away from the dogs. We were told they bite 'now and then'. Eating here is a hassle besides being pricey. A way better bet would be to head straight to Surjit Food plaza on Lawrence Road for awesome food. Use it as a place to sleep, not much more.
by dutchrob55 on December 31, 2017
Got five minutes too late to the Wagah border and the Indians did not let me thru even though they are officially open to 4 pm.Its just that the Immigration people leave early.So Beware.Have stayed at Mrs Bhandari when she was alive and it was a very pleasing guesthouse somewhat out of the way in the cantonment area but closer to the Pak Borderthan most places and well away of the downtown Amritsar scene.Well in 10 years things change and my stay this nov 2017 was a lesson how indian hospitality has descended into an extractive business .The room was clean but in Nov it can be very cold night, at the registration i was quoted Rps 2200 for the night, not cheap as i remembered paying Rps 400 last time.(ok 10 yrs)As i settled in i asked to turn the heat on,as there was a small electric unit in the room.The attendant complied and an hour later the room was somewhat comfortable.Here comes the heir to the business banging on the door and telling me in no uncertain terms that heat in the room is an extra RPS 500 a nite.As i was not informed of this charge i asked politely to discontinue the service. There was a small woodburning fireplace the room supplies with kindling and some small logs i made a fire and tried to go to sleep..An hour later loud banging on the door again,proprieter scolds me for making a fire and telling me it is an other Rps 300 to have a fire in there.By now i am somewhat pissed off and told her that i should have been told in advance.The innkeeper insisted that i should leave and she would refund my charge for the hotel, however at 9pm looking for a hotel is not a good option so i told her that i would share my experience with anyone willing to hear it.
by mrspp on December 13, 2017
This is the third hotel in Amritsar I've stayed in, and the worst option. The location is not great (nothing in walking distance), huge barking dogs prowl the property, making walking around alone intimidating. The rooms were basic, the entire complex appeared run down, in need of repair and deserted. The swimming pool was not one I was remotely tempted to get in, despite loving swimming. I understand the property has a proud history dating back to the 1940s. I am afraid this has not been preserved in the character, fitting or decoration of the hotel. It certainly was clean and the staff were pleasant. A nice honesty bar was available. The food was perfectly acceptable. The property has livestock and grows herbs and vegetables, which make interesting viewing for a few minutes. It just needed love and serious investment if it is to recapture, or even come close to evoking, the building's past.Sorry.
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