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Anegundi Road,, Sanapur Post, Hampi Island, Hampi , 583234 | Show on Map
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by Neha N on June 16, 2018
I stayed at Shanthi for 3 nights and I had a horrible experience. Firstly, its extremely isolated. Secondly, its over priced. You can get much better guest houses on the same lane for much cheaper. I paid INR 1300 per night, while the other guest houses had offered the same for INR 600 and even as cheap as INR 200 per night! Thirdly, the food is really bad. I recommend not eating from there. I happened to have the breakfast and I got food poisoning. Also, the hotel staff are not friendly, they dont pay attention to your needs. I saw most of them laying down on the hammocks doing nothing. To conclude, I dont deny its a really pretty place. But you can do much much better. Have a great trip! :)
on April 23, 2018
We were shown two rooms and both were filthy, excessive damp and mould on walls and ceiling. Dead cockroaches all over the floor in both, frogs inside bathroom, wasps nest beginning in one bathroom and ants coming out of the drain. It is obviously close to wildlife and part of the charm is being surrounded by nature, however the doors and windows didnt fit properly and we didnt see the same extent of problems at other guest houses. Staff were unhelpful and uninterested. There are better places to stay for similar price.
by akanksha k on March 26, 2018
Shanti has a great view of the paddy fields and the cottages are decent , affordable .For the price they offer they are very decent. I wouldnt say they are not clean but they could be a bit more. The latch of our bathroom door was broken and I dont think anybody cares or would bother to repair it. The staff is quite laid back. Although Shanti is a great place to stay , it is an equally terrible place to eat. After reading quite a few reviews on trip advisor we had decided not to eat here but we did end up eating one night and it was not quite great.We saw the manager using the same sauce that we had already used for other tables. So I would recommend eat at your own risk. Shanti has a route through the paddy fields to the lake which is very beautiful for an early morning walk.It has a very peaceful ambience and atmosphere. If I would ever go there again it but just be for the view and the cottages. We had the cottage no. 31 , it was raised on a pedestal and hence had a better view.
by ratan3 on March 6, 2018
The location is good as the cottages are overlooking the paddy fields. The rooms are average and the food is below average. This is a budget stay guesthouse with great location and also with car park facilities.
by Tom C on February 19, 2018
I first stayed here six years ago and although the prices have risen massively - their basic room was 300 rupee and now 1000, although now with attached bathroom - this is the same as seems to have happened across Hampi in recent years. Despite this, Shanthi Guesthouse still lives up to its name - it's such a peaceful, comfortable and beautiful place to stay and while away the days, looking over the rice paddies whilst swinging on the rope beds outside each room, or in one of the three restaurant areas available. We stayed here two weeks and could have gladly stayed longer. The only negative I have about the place is that the food in the restaurant is very average. We tried a few things but soon decided to eat elsewhere. This seemed to be a sentiment shared by other guests we got friendly with during our stay. A wifi booster away from the main reception and nearer many of the rooms also wouldn't go amiss. If they could sort this out then it would be near perfect! A special word for the main waiter there, who at busy times was run off his feet but always with a friendly nature. Shanthi Guesthouse is across the river from the main temple side, in the more touristic area, although right at the end of the strip so away from the shops and noise. To me this is the far more beautiful side of Hampi and a better place to stay. The temples and ruins of the old city are interesting, yes, but for me it's Hampi's natural beauty that is the most incredible thing and this is far more so on this side of the river. Get a scooter and go exploring, taking it all in as you go. Also make sure you make a visit to the Hanuman temple for a sunset, so as to really see why Hampi is such a special place.
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