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Sat, 31 Oct – Sun, 01 Nov (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by PRANAV on Sep 12,2018
What's Good: Location and food options.
What needs to improve : Compared to its high price, extremely less facilities available. No heaters and no hot water geysers. Ventilation in the room is also poor. They sell basic groceries at double the price.
Reason For Rating : Extreme cold rooms. & no heaters and no working hot water geysers available. Online booking price rates are 5x the original price rate. Basic groceries are sold at 2x the rate.
Ghangaria- Gateway of Hemkund Saheb and VOF
by amar_1210 on
Hotel Kuber, Govind Dham is the original premises just 20 meters away from Hotel Kuber Annex, a newly built one. We have stayed in Hotel Kuber for 3 nights 2days in last July2019 for onward treking to Hemkund Saheb and VOF. Our stay was comfortable and foods were fresh. But the rooms are not well maintained and washroom was without running hot water or geyser. The electric switch Boards in the rooms are open and not dressed properly causing risk for any moment.
by nalinkpande on
Stayed in the hotel two nights on 11th and 12th August . Ghangharia is small township mainly having hotels and restaurant for the people visiting Vally of flowers and Hemkund Sahib. It is understood that business is for few months only and peak time is from 15th July to 15 August. We had not much expectation on this remote location. We took 3 bed room . Very average room, hot water in buckets on payment. Service just satisfactory. Food was ok. They provide packed lunch for visit to both the location. I understand there are few better place to stay but we couldnt get due to heavy tourists season. We had meals in this hotel, provide variety and satisfactory. Considering services, type of room , I felt the owner can improve with little effort. Every thing is almost double of cost, since options are limited one has to bear all, as Vally of flowers and Hemkund Sahib trek is nature lovers delight.
Very Average Place Overpriced
by Krishna J on
We stayed for 2 nights and it was not a great experience. After a long trek we had to climb up 2 floors to the room and there was only 1 light bulb in the entire room - explanation room is undergoing renovation - no running hot water and 2 buckets of hot water are provided - during evening due to power cuts no lights in the bathroom. Room cleaning was very avg - the sheets are just put back and towels hung out to dry. The staff is not interested in service (overworked ?? too many steps to climb?) . Credit card not accepted only cash , no internet /wifi ,no bills are provided for services .On the plus side the food is OK and the owner is polite - but i feel customers are taken for granted as there are few options - am told Kuber Annexe is newer and better.
Bad choice in Ghangaria
by Shweta188218 on
I stayed in Hotel Kuber in June 2019 on my trip to Hemkund sahib. The rooms are dirty and smelling. When we asked to clean them the staff was not helpful. Over charging for most of the services. Not recommended at all. Cheating staff and owner.
A decent option in Ghangaria
by GreyVitriol on
Please note that this is a review of Hotel Kuber, NOT Kuber Annex (which is the newer extension of this place, under the same management). Location: Quite good. Towards the end of Ghangaria's single street. Compared to other hotels, it is closer to the entrance of the Valley of Flowers and the starting point of the Hemkund Sahib trek. It is located directly opposite Ghagarias gurudwara; so, if your room is one the side of the road, expect to hear hymns from the temple in the evenings around 6pm and early in the morning from 3am. Food: Quite decent and reasonably priced. Freshly cooked, generic Indian dishes, plus bread, eggs, etc. This is the same fare youll get in every hotel in Ghangaria. The taste of the food was better than I expected, and we ended up eating all our meals here. Room and amenities: Quite basic, with running water and 24-hr electricity. There were two power sockets in the room and one in the bathroom. We were provided soap, two towels, and thick blankets. The linen seemed clean (though it was not spotless). Kuber gives two hot water buckets per day per room for free. Extra buckets of hot water cost Rs 50 each (in Aug 2018). The quantity of water and how hot the water is varied from day to day. (In fact, the quality of servicewhether food or hot water or any other request you placeis a bit of a hit-or-miss, and usually boils down to who is serving you.) I stayed in Room 118 on the second floor. The roof gets damp and it leaks directly over the bed when it rains heavily (and during the monsoon, expect rain every day). So avoid that room in the rainy season, or ask for a room on the first floor to avoid water dripping on you or your stuff. The hotel has a part-time masseur who offers an 'oil massage' at Rs 600 for a full body massage, Rs 300 for arms and legs only, and Rs 100 for a foot massage (Aug 2018 rates). Since hot water is limited, I recommend you get this done before you bathe---unless you enjoy walking around with a thick layer of mustard oil clogging your pores and staining your clothes and bedsheets. Booking your stay in advance would make sense: hotels in Ghangaria can get filled up quite suddenly. I suggest you call them directly in order to negotiate the tariff. All in all, a passable hotel: not great, but not bad either. Its quite a decent option among the hotels youll find in Ghangaria.
Top floor rooms are warm as well as very calm with zero disturbance.
by hawnyk on October 3, 2017
Top floor rooms where you can see Mountain peaks at either side.
by Kapoor_Aman169 on June 2, 2017
All rooms are same, please ensure taps and flushes are working
by Divyabh B on September 25, 2016