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Rating 4.5/ 5 , based on 29 Review(s) Price: Rs. 1,995
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Hotel Sidhartha, Kullu

Wed, 09 Dec – Thu, 10 Dec (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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    "Hotel Sidhartha"
    4.5 Hotel Sidhartha

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  • Very nice hotel. In the market area bang opposite Bhuttico (weavers co-operative society)

    by Sunil G on

    Very clean and well maintained room. The owner Mr. Rahul Sood makes you feel homely. Who would accompany you to the room, take your permission to show stuff in the room, tell you about Kullu, invite you for a drive in the evening and pamper kids with ice creams! If you want to know about customer service, I think he is the go to man! We were there for a night but will remember this gentleman for ever. In Kullu what we did - Just rested, had food and enjoyed lazy walks in the market area. If I go to Kullu again, will book this hotel for sure....To meet Mr. Sood and visit his orchards (missed this time).

  • Highly recommended.

    by 947ranveerk on

    Spacy and clean room. Good location in main Kullu. Nice food. Courteous staff. Nice place to stay. Recommended for next stay. Good restaurant. Parking available in owners house next to the hotel. River is flowing next lane..

  • Pleasant Stay with nice hospitality

    by Rak990 on

    Hotel Siddhartha on main road in Akhara Bazar,perhaps on oldest road in the city,provided me a pleasant stay with courteous hospitality. Rooms are cozy and designed to provide proper environment in a relatively cold weather. A hot water bag in night was ultimate to provide proper sleep in cold nights. Food was homely. Service was quick. Free wifi service was useful.

  • Good family hotel and hospitable staff

    by greeninitiative2013 on

    Hotel Siddharth is a small but decent hotel. Though the hotel is placed in a small streets of Kullu. It is easily accessible to most of the key places in Kullu. The hotel staff are very hospitable and the food is also very good. We had a good comfortable stay

  • Excellent food , wonderful owner Mr Rahul Sood

    by PuneetB_99 on

    Enroute to Manali from Delhi, we had planned for a stopover at Kullu and had booked 2 rooms ( 1 family suite and 1 Deluxe room) via makemytrip. On our way back from Manikaran ( We planned to go directly to Manikaran before reaching Kullu back in evening for night stay), we were getting late so decided to call the hotel and let them know that we would be checking in late. From that phone call itself we knew we are up for a wonderful service. Mr Rahul was quite courteous on the phone and told us not to worry about food. Indeed, when we reached hotel and got to restaurant after freshening up, all the tiredness vanished. We were served very nice food and it was as if home-cooked, literally! Very delicious and the hot chappati's were awesome. More than that, meeting Mr Rahul Sood's father was a pleasure. Mr Rahul along with his father came over to greet us at the restaurant and it was wonderful to meet them both. My family was quite glad to meet them both! Must mention that the framed photographs and arts on display across the lobby and rooms are very nice. Many of those are Mr Rahul's himself, great work !

  • Upper floor rooms giving city view

    by Rak990 on March 1, 2018

  • Higher floors are nice

    by PuneetB_99 on June 24, 2017

  • The hotel owner make it a point to meet guests... is a good guide on the city intelligence

    by Ashu B on March 30, 2017

  • The room that looks out on the main road has a beautiful view across the windows yet not noisy!

    by AliMehdiZaidi on October 24, 2016

  • Room opening to the mountains and not to the city.

    by Satya P on September 9, 2016