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Sat, 31 Oct – Sun, 01 Nov (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Among the best in Ghangaria
by prashantkumar82 on
In Ghangaria you will not find a better or cleaner hotel. The in house restaurant is an add on advantage. You can ask for room service. Rooms are cosy and airy. The view from first floor is better. Staff is very helpful. Please carry cash for payments as there is no atm or internet in Ghangaria.
VoF and Hemkund Saheb Trek
by Juhika_agarwal on
We stayed at hotel Kuber Annex for 3 nights. It was a pleasant stay. The staff is very cooperative and humble. They provide best service. Food is also good. Rates are a bit high but affordable since they provide all the services at such remote location. Geyser, fresh food, clean and service at door step. Highly recommended.
by Anish S on
We had a bad experience at Kuber Annex on 21 July. The room which was given to us was on ground floor and was extremely bad - no geyser/ no hot water, no floor cover, very noisy and extremely cold. (Unlike what was promised) We expected a good rest after a long trek, but couldn't enter the room as it was extremely cold inside the room. Worst, was I did fell sick because of the cold room and could not sleep the entire night. The whole purpose of paying premium for this hotel was lost, since we expected a good rest when you get sick. Since the room was so cold, but had to stay outside. When asked the manager, we were not sh inifted to better room and were told - were occupied by other guests, in spite of doing an advance booking weeks before. Better rooms are available at Ghangria at Rs 500. When I raised this with Bipin, who had done the advance booking, there was no reply. Next day, we were shifted to first floor room which was better & have no complain for them
by Ramanujam_Thodur on
We stayed for two nights on our visit to Valley of Flowers. The hotel staff are very helpful. Small property by regular standards but bigger compared to other hotels in Gangriya. Tea served is very sweet and milky, so tell the staff in advance about your preference. Need to tell reception to turn on the main switch for the Geyser. Food is good. The manager was nice, helped in getting good price for the horse ride down to Pulma. I recommend this hotel.
VoF and Hemkund Sahib Excursion
by KCStavers on
Delux VoF excursion We completed this excursion in early July. Everything was organised through the hotel kuber annex itself. Our coordinator Bipin was easy to contact and quick to reply through WhatsApp. In total our excursion was 6 days and 5 nights staying in the kuber home stay, kuber annex and hotel indra kripa. All our meals were included throughout this time. Starting from Pulna (having stayed in the kuber home stay) the road leading to Gangria eventually turns into a stone paved trail. From here it took us about 3.5 hours to reach the kuber annex. This walk while challenging (mostly all uphill and acclimatising to the altitude) is beautiful, looking out from the trail there are mountain sides and rivers. You will mostly be shaded by the trees and there are plenty of shops to buy water from. There is the option to get a helicopter or donkey up to Gangria however there is a real sense of accomplishment when you finally reach the top after walking (there was for me anyway). The kuber annex was a basic, functional and clean place to stay (as were all the hotels we stayed in on this excursion). The beds were comfortable and we had thick duvets to keep us warm at night. There was a boiler in our room where we could get our own buckets of hot water. The restaurant attached was reasonably priced and offered a range of dishes (surprisingly considering everything in Gangria has to be carried up). The only issue we had was that we believed we were being overcharged for water etc due to clearly being foreign, while it wasn't that much of an issue, the problem we had was that there are no means of withdrawing extra money in Gangria, for this reason I'd advise taking extra cash. Also there are lots of people who will try and scam you if they can get away with it, however if you're aware of this and firm with locals there shouldn't be too much of an issue (the scamming is by no means a reflection of the kuber annex itself). The VoF is a spectacularly beautiful untouched part of the world. In early July there were many flowers blooming and the day we trekked there the weather was perfect (bright and warm). The climb into the valley can be challenging if like us you had done very little exercise in the weeks leading up and were not used the altitude. Once in the valley the terrain is mostly flat (and once you see how beautiful it is you forgot about the previous 1.5km uphill climb). The Trek up to Hemkund Sahib is much much steeper than that into the valley and is known for being more difficult however, as we did this the day after VoF we both believed we had acclimatised to the altitude and found it and enjoyable Trek. Hemkund Sahib is an amazing place, the temple sits infront of a lake that is fed by the seven mountains surrounding it. We were offered free food at the summit and allowed to enter the temples. We completed both VoF and Hemkund Sahib with guides who were both excellent. Their English and knowledge of the local area and all flowers in the valley was exceptional. While this has been a once in a lifetime trip travelling to from Haridwar to pulna, is certainly not a great experience specifically if you suffer from motion sickness. The roads are quite bumpy and very windy however the drivers were totally capable of driving on these dangerous roads. The car journey in total took about 10/11 hours as expected. While this wasn't the nicest experience you can understand upon arriving in the VoF why it is such a beautiful and unspoiled part of the world, if you're serious about trekking and seeing the valley this car journey is totally worth it (maybe get some anti-sickness meds). I have attached some pictures of the Valley, these photos are totally unedited and represent exactly what it was like the day we visited. Overall this was a once in a lifetime experience and well worth the journey :) would recommend booking via the kuber annex for an excellent experience!
ask for rooms with water Heater .
by venkatvidya on July 29, 2018
Carry enough cash as there is No ATM and No Credit/Debit cards are accepted at Ghangaria,
by manvendrab10 on January 17, 2018
Not many choices in this location !
by vijaym1164 on September 15, 2017
choose the 4 bedded room
by gangsj on September 6, 2017
maybe a room on the 2nd floor.
by saikat d on July 25, 2016