- View Yatra Reviews
- View Hotel Reviews
- View Room Reviews
Even Lower Prices Now: Promocode has been automatically applied.
Sun, 01 Nov – Mon, 02 Nov (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by Valued Patron on Sep 30,2018
What needs to improve : They lie about their facilities
Reason For Rating : Tell properly which amenities they have.
by raman on Sep 23,2018
What's Good: Trip advisor
What needs to improve : Na
Reason For Rating : Better facilities at hotel
by Vijay on Jul 04,2017
What's Good: Good facilities except wifi not working at all
What needs to improve : Remote location and it is not maintained well.. Very very high price of food. They charge heavily for food items
by Menaka on Jun 11,2014
by blueberry-chiezcake on
Nestled in a picturesque village overlooking the Dhauladhar, this resort is a gem. The character of their compound is carefully constructed to add on to the peace and quiet. The thing that stood out the most for us was the exceptional service of their staff. Vineet and Rakesh at the reception along with Abhimanyu and the staff at both The Cliff [their rooftop bar] and The Secret Garden [their in-house restaurant] always wore a warm smile on their face and went out of their way to make our stay that bit special. Go to this place for their view, stay for their hospitality.
Something for everybody
by 149aditim on
Apart from the beautiful and tranquil space that the property boasts off, the best part about the resort is that it has something for everyone. Whether you are travelling solo or as a couple or a big family group, on a holiday or a business trip- the two restaurants with WiFi, a pottery studio, massive garden area, one can find ample space to spend time however they want to. There are live events held often on their rooftop bar and restaurant The Cliff (view is unbelievable btw), which adds to the whole experience. I attended the Tibet International Film Festival and a live performance by Samar Mehdi during the time that I was there. It is easily accessible and has ample parking space, if you are driving down. There are cottages, suites and luxury rooms, offering accommodation at various rates. All in all perfect value for money!
by UpamanyuB on
This hotel is in need of a renovation. But having said that there are a lot of positives going for it. It has a great location, close to the wonderful Norbulinka Institute, with easy access to Dharamshala and Mcleodgunj. Yet it is removed from the bustle of the town, and is hence very quiet and peaceful. It overlooks great view of the snow-clad mountain and is surrounded by greenery. It has two wings and old one and a new. The newer wing seemed to have the larger rooms with better views. We were allocated a room in the older wing but requested (and got) a room in the newer wing that was larger and had better views. The rooms are comfortable though like I said earlier, some of them do need a renovation. But what really won us over was that the team was eager and willing to go out of the way. The restaurant staff were particularly friendly and efficient and I must mention Vijay who ensured that were served quickly and adequately. However there are also a number of very good eating options nearby, so if you want to eat out, it is easy to do. Another wonderful feature of this hotel is that it houses a pottery studio and store where one can not just buy wonderful designs but also experience the making of pottery. One small negative that must be mentioned is that it inevitably took a long time (almost 10 mins) before the cold water in the taps turned hot. This is something the management must take care of because it inevitably led to a lot of unnecessary water wastage, since we could hardly do without hot water in December. Overall we had a great stay and would love to be back.
by pamjs22 on
location is excellent specially the roof top bar is amazing.the service is very good. worth visiting this place. quality of food is good. places to visit is well connected.it is a good family getaway any time.
by Team T on
I stayed at this resort for 5 days and had a very pleasant and comfortable stay. The facilities are basic but very comfortable. The view of the mountains from my room (202) was exquisite. The hospitality here is amazing. Would like to especially mention the manager Mr Kapil who made it a point to make sure my stay was comfortable. Thank you to the management and staff of Blossoms village!
Choose a room in the new wing, they are larger and have better views
by UpamanyuB on December 9, 2019
Take rooms on second floors as the view of mountains from the balcony is mesmerizing. Also, do try the rooftop restaurant.
by Kshitij_Bansal on November 4, 2019
If u want AC go for cottage, otherwise AC is not required and garden facing rooms can be taken..
by pappupager007 on June 28, 2019
Go for the mountain view rooms
by reviewschandreyi on May 21, 2019
Rooms on the upper floors would provide more scenic views.
by sidWadhwa on May 7, 2019