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Rating4.5, based on 102 Review(s) Price: Rs. 4,000

Matheran

Thu, 26 Oct – Fri, 27 Oct (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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4.5 / 5

(based on 8 review(s))

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Rating Summary

  • Comfort7
  • Cleanliness7
  • Facilities Available7
  • Staff Service7
  • Room7
  • Value for money7
  • Location7
  • 4.4
  • 4.6
  • 4.4
  • 4.3
  • 4.7
  • 4.4
  • 4.6
  • 5.0

    Excellent!

    by MUKESH on Jun 10,2017

    What's Good: Quality food n neat n clean room

    What needs to improve : Na

  • 4.0

    Very Good!

    by Nigel on Jun 03,2017

    What's Good: Comfort

    What needs to improve : Lighting

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    by guest on May 05,2017

    What's Good: Room were good

    What needs to improve : staff should be more friendly

  • 3.9

    Very Good!

    by Shardul on Apr 18,2017

    What's Good: The rooms were neat, clean. Overall, it was a nice package

    What needs to improve : The staff service sometimes was very slow, especially the kitchen service.

  • 4.9

    Excellent!

    by Nimeshkumar on Apr 09,2017

    What's Good: staff and cleaning

    What needs to improve : restaurant


  • Overall Rating

    4.5 Radha Cottage

    (based on 102 reviews)

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  • Superb property but cleanliness found wanting :(

    by Swapna A on

    Stayed here on the 22nd June, 2017. There were torrential rains, so we had to sit inside and go to the restaurants only to eat, but the property is so beautiful that one can just sit and idle away time in the lap of Mother Nature! The food too is very good, including their tea. And the puran poli (an Indian pancake kind of dessert) they had made was something to die for! The rooms are spacious. Having said that, like most Indian hotels/resorts, the place was unclean. As in, despite knowing that there were guests coming, the furniture was not cleaned. Every piece had a thick layer of dust on it. The wash basin and commode were not dirty but it definitely hadn't been cleaned for a long time. This is the least they could have done! I wonder if they even wash the blankets and bed-sheets every time! Why can't our lesser star Indian hotels practise a little hygiene? It will go a great way in getting them guests even from higher income groups! There was only 1 new soap kept, and 2 used ones! So I would repeat - A fantastic place but please maintain good hygiene, and you will be a sure winner! And yes, beware of the monkeys! :)

  • Superb property but cleanliness found wanting :(

    by Swapna A on

    Stayed here on the 22nd June, 2017. There were torrential rains, so we had to sit inside and go to the restaurants only to eat, but the property is so beautiful that one can just sit and idle away time in the lap of Mother Nature! The food too is very good, including their tea. And the puran poli (an Indian pancake kind of dessert) they had made was something to die for! The rooms are spacious. Having said that, like most Indian hotels/resorts, the place was unclean. As in, despite knowing that there were guests coming, the furniture was not cleaned. Every piece had a thick layer of dust on it. The wash basin and commode were not dirty but it definitely hadn't been cleaned for a long time. This is the least they could have done! I wonder if they even wash the blankets and bed-sheets every time! Why can't our lesser star Indian hotels practise a little hygiene? It will go a great way in getting them guests even from higher income groups! There was only 1 new soap kept, and 2 used ones! So I would repeat - A fantastic place but please maintain good hygiene, and you will be a sure winner! And yes, beware of the monkeys! :)

  • Superb property but cleanliness found wanting :(

    by Swapna A on

    Stayed here on the 22nd June, 2017. There were torrential rains, so we had to sit inside and go to the restaurants only to eat, but the property is so beautiful that one can just sit and idle away time in the lap of Mother Nature! The food too is very good, including their tea. And the puran poli (an Indian pancake kind of dessert) they had made was something to die for! The rooms are spacious. Having said that, like most Indian hotels/resorts, the place was unclean. As in, despite knowing that there were guests coming, the furniture was not cleaned. Every piece had a thick layer of dust on it. The wash basin and commode were not dirty but it definitely hadn't been cleaned for a long time. This is the least they could have done! I wonder if they even wash the blankets and bed-sheets every time! Why can't our lesser star Indian hotels practise a little hygiene? It will go a great way in getting them guests even from higher income groups! There was only 1 new soap kept, and 2 used ones! So I would repeat - A fantastic place but please maintain good hygiene, and you will be a sure winner! And yes, beware of the monkeys! :)

  • Superb property but cleanliness found wanting :(

    by Swapna A on

    Stayed here on the 22nd June, 2017. There were torrential rains, so we had to sit inside and go to the restaurants only to eat, but the property is so beautiful that one can just sit and idle away time in the lap of Mother Nature! The food too is very good, including their tea. And the puran poli (an Indian pancake kind of dessert) they had made was something to die for! The rooms are spacious. Having said that, like most Indian hotels/resorts, the place was unclean. As in, despite knowing that there were guests coming, the furniture was not cleaned. Every piece had a thick layer of dust on it. The wash basin and commode were not dirty but it definitely hadn't been cleaned for a long time. This is the least they could have done! I wonder if they even wash the blankets and bed-sheets every time! Why can't our lesser star Indian hotels practise a little hygiene? It will go a great way in getting them guests even from higher income groups! There was only 1 new soap kept, and 2 used ones! So I would repeat - A fantastic place but please maintain good hygiene, and you will be a sure winner! And yes, beware of the monkeys! :)

  • Superb property but cleanliness found wanting :(

    by Swapna A on

    Stayed here on the 22nd June, 2017. There were torrential rains, so we had to sit inside and go to the restaurants only to eat, but the property is so beautiful that one can just sit and idle away time in the lap of Mother Nature! The food too is very good, including their tea. And the puran poli (an Indian pancake kind of dessert) they had made was something to die for! The rooms are spacious. Having said that, like most Indian hotels/resorts, the place was unclean. As in, despite knowing that there were guests coming, the furniture was not cleaned. Every piece had a thick layer of dust on it. The wash basin and commode were not dirty but it definitely hadn't been cleaned for a long time. This is the least they could have done! I wonder if they even wash the blankets and bed-sheets every time! Why can't our lesser star Indian hotels practise a little hygiene? It will go a great way in getting them guests even from higher income groups! There was only 1 new soap kept, and 2 used ones! So I would repeat - A fantastic place but please maintain good hygiene, and you will be a sure winner! And yes, beware of the monkeys! :)

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