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Near Thekchen Choling,Forsyth Ganj to McLeod Ganj,, Dharamshala, Mcleodganj , 176219 | Show on Map
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by NamrathaSastry on May 5, 2018
This place is right in the center of a happening place. Temple is just 1 minute away. The staff of chonor house are too sweet. They are very helping. The place is clean. House keeping staff are the best. They made the beds and cleaned the rooms morning and evening. Over all best place to stay. But if you want an extra bed, please think twice. Their extra beds are terrible! They need to throw the old ones and get new ones. The matress just sinks in the centre vertically when you sleep. We had no choice but to get an extra bed with our 7yr old and ended up with a back pain because of the bed. Also if you are staying here please don't opt for breakfast. Their breakfast is not too apitizing!
by Pippie2018 on May 2, 2018
Absolutely amazing hotel well worth staying I extended my trip by an extra two nights it was well worth paying the money to stay here the views are amazing from every balcony and the rooms are decorated in Tibetan paintings and furniture the only thing that put me off was on my last night staying there I was on my balcony heard a commotion below on the restaurant patio and I saw one of the waiters from the restaurant throwing a big stone at a dog, I shouted down told him to stop when I went down to the restaurant on the evening he was there and said something very sarcastic to the other waiter about me telling him off regarding the dog it put me off eating in the restaurant so I went back to my room instead. I know India doesn't have the same values regarding animals etc but it was not nice to see!
by Hayley O on April 30, 2018
Lovely idea, not very well executed. Owned by the Norbulinka Trust, the art and crafts displayed in the hotel ( including the most beautiful hand painted walls are certainly an Unique Selling Point. Rooms are a little tired, and dogs barked all night long on both nights. Watch out for the very large monkeys on the lower balconies who use this cross route ( though if, like us, you were above them, enjoy watching them each morning make their way across. We understood the hotel was run on Buddhist principles, but hadnt understood they dont sell alcohol to their International guests. ( we've checked the website again since staying there and couldnt find this mentioned.) After an incredibly long, arduous journey over from Shimla, we certainly do appreciate a cold beer and as this wasnt on offer we didnt take our meals here ( apart from breakfast) choosing instead to eat out. You can choose to take the short ( but very steep and unsteady underfoot) dark alley up to the Mall ( we had our own torch which was a must) or the longer , but still very steep, road around. Its a good location in a busy area, and only a short walk from the Dalai Lama's home and temple complex - so great from that point. Breakfast was painfully , uncomfortably slow. Despite waiting an age for everything we ordered, it wasnt then always right - ie hot milk when we had asked for cold etc. We had to keep asking, and chasing, and generally feeling frustrated, to the point where we were going to be late for our departure and meeting our guide for the day's activities. NB this wasnt a buffet service.
by Stuart G on April 29, 2018
This hotel is owned by the Norbalinka Trust which is for the benefit of the Tibetan community in exile in India. The hotel has rooms based on Tibetan style architecture and furnishings, are very comfortable and clean. The food served for breakfast and dinner is of a high standard with some Tibetan style dishes available at dinner. The hotel personnel are pleasant and helpful.The only warning comment is that there are many little steps in hotel - you have to be careful wherever you walk to make sure you are not tripping. It is important to note the hotel entrance is up a steep narrow road and then a number of steep stairways to the hotel reception area - make sure you are reasonably fit to navigate the steep inclines in all of Dharamsala.
by aldman64 on April 3, 2018
We enjoyed our recent 2 night stay at Chonor House. The room (Wild Animals) was comfortable with a great view of the hills and Tibetan Temple complex from the balcony. We loved the wild animal murals in the bedroom, but unfortunately the bed cover was badly stained and the carpet wasn't swept during our stay despite our reports that it was dirty. The dogs kept us awake at night but the use of ear plugs helped. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The restaurant had a wide menu choice and cooking was good. However, during our stay service at all meals was very slow, with many guests often having to wait an hour to be served. We subsequently discovered that a buffet was introduced the day we left. McLeod Ganj is in a fabulous location with beautiful scenery and busy bazaar. There are many interesting sights to visit in the area and felt we could easily have filled another day. I would definitely recommend Chonor House.
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