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Adu Gotuk Lower Changspa Leh Ladakh, Leh , 194101 | Show on Map
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Offering free internet access and unlimited hour of front desk assistance to its guests, Adus The Eternal is a budget hotel in Leh. This hotel is 2 km from Prayer Wheels and 3 km away from the Bus Stand LBOC Ltd Leh.This hotel in Leh has 6 well-maintained rooms with hot and cold running water in attached bathroom.
The room amenities include wardrobe, lamp, bottled drinking water, telephone and makeup mirror. This business hotel in Leh has a in-house restaurant. Banquet facilities and backup generator is also available at hotel.
Other services offered at this hotel are laundry, wakeup-calls, medical and room service for limited hours.The famous attractions include Hall of Fame (6 km), Thiksey Gompa (19 km), Gurdwara Pathar Sahib (25 km), Zanskar Trek (1 km), Leh Palace (2 km) and Magnetic Hill (28 km).
The Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is (5 km) away from the hotel.
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by Babu J on October 24, 2018
We (senior couple from Kerala) reached Adu's Eternal Comfort on 12th July 2018 by noon and were given room 102. It was on the ground floor. Our booking was for 3 nights. It was booked a month back and the rent was prepaid. Mr. Shyam was manning the reception. We informed him that we needed lunch for the day and preferred rice to roti. Additionally we asked for yogurt and papad with any cooked vegetable(subzi). The lunch was to our liking. After lunch, we stayed in the room to acclimatise and recover from the strains of our road travel from Kargil. During the evening tea, the cook/chef Subhash Chand asked for our plans for dinner. We said that we were not going out and needed dinner. The dinner was Roti and Rajma curry. Nothing less and nothing more. The cook said that he forgot about the rice and if we can manage with the Rotis, it would be fine. He was ready to feed us any number of Rotis to compensate. The next day breakfast was Paratha /Prantha or Parantha. We asked to replace it with bread toast and omelette. The b/f was ok with 2 slices of plain toasted (no butter) bread and omelette. The 3 days' meals were a repetition of either Rajma in a liquid (not curry) & rice, or Paneer-mutter c-u-r-r-y (it was anything but curry) & rice, without yoghurt, subzi, and papad. The unappetising meals were offered to be generously compensated with Roti. For any failing, Subhash Chand was all apologies and more promises to "get it tomorrow without fail". Our 3 days/nights ended like that. On the 4th day(15th July '18) morning we planned to go to Nubra, Pangong, and Tso Moriri. As our jorney was set for the next day by day break, on the 14th Jul night after dinner we settled the food bills. Sorry to say that the food bill was a rip off for the lifeless items served. By the way, on one night we requested Oats porridge for dinner. We repented for it later. There were 4 employees when we stayed at Adu's. The green-uniformed boys (one is Rajkumar, and we did not ask the other one's name) were doing the cleaning. The name-not-known boy was hand-washing clothes for the guests in the traditional way for a small charge. Not always seen around, they were missed when guests left and paid out their gratuity. Holding to the best practice of some of the resorts in which we stayed in J&K state, we paid a lumpsum to the steward/receptionist (pooling the tips in a common box) to divide among the four. We ensured that each one should get Rs.250. But on the next day morning, when we were about to leave at 6:30,(8 a.m. was their check out time), the cook appeared in front of us with eyebrows raised. I read his body language and told him that his tip was pooled in and given to the steward/receptionist to distribute. But he was demanding that I should take it back from the steward and hand over to him directly, as if I were owing him. To my relief, I found Mr.Adu at the front gate where our taxi was waiting. I told him the story. He said he will settle it.We escaped from there. In retrospect (we returned to Kerala by the closing of July to land in the midst of heavy rain, and subsequent flood. I held my review to get to normalcy from the shock and awe generated by the heavy flood), I can say that: Room No.102 was a dull room. There was consrtuction work just out side the window. The room's view was choked by a soil pile from the construction-digging. ( It might have been finished by the time this review was published and the yard would have been cleared). The base of the toilet bowl was cracked. The room/ bath room was not cleaned, the waste-bins overflowing with banana peels, for the 3 days we stayed there.The bedlinen was the same. The home-stay, overall, looks good.The owners were very nice persons and helpful. But it was not manned by trained staff. Of course, it was a homestay; not a hotel.But when new new rooms were added to the existing ones and business grown, it should be formally organised and carried out. The owner was not visible unless asked for. It was all right to be so. The cleaning boy Rajkumar slept in the dining area.He was our "Kani" (firstsight or Omen which indicated the fate of the day as most of the south Indians believed) every morning, all curled up in an old mattress. During our stay, we observed that the foreign guests seldom ate there. The tea was free in the morning & evening. The foreigners were accommodated on the upper floor. The rooms there might be fine. We could not confirm that as we have not seen it. In short, Adu's was a very good home stay with a cosy loungeto relax, read, or watch the TV. (The FIFA was going on when we stayed there and we watched it on the large TV). We felt that some persons among the staff were gaining advantage from the unsettled situation and extracting excitement. That was detrimental to the interest of the guests like us.
by michaelsymmons on September 14, 2018
Over recent years I have visited 23 countries and stayed in many hotels but never before have I experienced the welcome that I received at Adu's Eternal Comfort. Disket treated me like a special member of the family and this care even extended to the Airport at 5 AM on the morning I left. Thoroughly recommended. Michael S
by GerMK on August 12, 2018
perfect base for treks in Ladakh. friendly staff and prices, very nice rooms in a lovely vedheyable garden close to the main streets of Leh. Not always hot water, and buggy internet but that is true everywhere in Leh....
by Wara P on July 5, 2018
Peaceful and quiet with great atmosphere and view of sunrise. This is one of the places the panorama view is interrupted with less electric poles and wires. They have newer rooms more on the second floor. Staff (Sam and Suwat) are really friendly.
by AlkaAmit on July 2, 2018
We stayed here for 2 nights. The place is very homely and the people are polite and nice. Mr. Adu helped to bring permits for the entire family. Rooms are clean with garden view. They grow their own vegetables and garden has variety of flowers. On the downside, there was construction going on which we were not informed during booking. There was lot of noise. Also there is only one guy managing all. They need more people to mange it properly. The water was given once in two day until we asked for it. Dustbins were not emptied, beds were not cleaned and bathrooms were not cleaned in the span of two days. Food was average. Overall it is nice place to stay if management is improved.
by Babu J on October 24, 2018
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