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Sat, 28 Jul – Sun, 29 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by M on Apr 02,2018
What's Good: What we wanted was lush greenery
What needs to improve : Food Could have been better & Variety
Reason For Rating : Overall Experience was good , nice greenery well maintained , food could have been better.
by Siddharth on Mar 08,2018
What's Good: Hotel itself is beautiful
What needs to improve : Awful a la carte food. Very remote location. Nothing much to do inside hotel.
Reason For Rating : No clue.
by guest on Dec 24,2017
What's Good: Privacy
Reason For Rating : Good
by Sachin on Nov 26,2017
What's Good: Tree House and environment
What needs to improve : Food and service
Reason For Rating : Easy process. Good rates
by Ritika on Jul 04,2017
What's Good: Everything
What needs to improve : The road to the hotel although they send jeep and it is a kind of adventurous journey but we have to leave the taxi behind.
by Viswanath on Jul 03,2017
What's Good: Location, Environment, hospitality
What needs to improve : Cost of the food is too high
by Anandh on May 14,2017
What's Good: hotel place
What needs to improve : dinner not varieties
by Vishnu on Dec 28,2016
What's Good: The ambiance
What needs to improve : Accessibility
by Anubhav on Nov 05,2016
What's Good: TreeHouse, Plantation Resort, Prices of food
What needs to improve : Road to hotel, Taste was not awesome (but better than average)
by prasathanish on July 12, 2018
Such a wonderful place to visit. Especially for couples. Fully covered with nature it's so pleasant and romantic place with peaceful environment. We had best breakfast with different varieties. Services provided from them also too good especially receptionist Santhose he gave a surprised honeymoon cottage for us. we enjoyed a lot.
by anupamm20022018 on July 2, 2018
Dream Catcher Resort is situated in an off-beat road and the roads are narrow. However there are signages. The property looks beautiful from outside and is lined with tea-garden on one side. However there is hardly anything to explore or do within the resort. The single restaurant on the top floor is poor as there is rain water on the floor without any housekeeping monitoring the same. The food prices are expensive as compared to portion size. Food like rotis take a long time to deliver! The Hotel manager/ supervisor is rude and not at all guest friendly and we ourselves saw another couple with a child being mistreated! If anyone is fine with average service and polite staff (except supervisor/ manager) then they can go ahead! I would not recommend this hotel specially for a rate of INR 8000/ per night. We stayed for 2 nights and had 2 rooms!
by sunilnaik21 on July 2, 2018
Had been to this resort in June. Had a great time. The resort is little far from the main town. But the view from this resort compensates for the extra time u spend on travel. They have a tea plantation which is eye catching. A early morning walk around this plantation is what I loved the most. Room and bathroom are neat and clean. Food is a little costly and quantity is also quite less. But the food taste was good. Morning breakfast was also good. Overall had a pleasant stay.
by vinuthekkiyil007 on July 1, 2018
It was really a wounderful experience in dreamcatcher plantation resort.The stay in tree hut was a nice experience for us. The ride in Polaris around the tea and Cardomom gardens made the trip an adventurous one.The staff were really cooperative and their service was good. The food they served were really delicious but the quantity was not enough.Overall it was an awesome stay in dreamcatcher.The stay was worth the money spent.
by Akhila N on July 1, 2018
The stay at Dream Catcher resort had been an awesome experience, especially the stay at the tree hut.. And the trip in Polaris jeep which took us all round the beautiful tea garden was an unforgettable experience. Hospitality of the staff is to be appreciated.we would recommend this place to all who wish to relax in the lap of nature.
by anupamm20022018 on July 2, 2018
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by sowndarya s on April 20, 2018