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Chardukan, Lal Tibba, Landour, Mussoorie , 248179 | Show on Map
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The Cliffe is located at an approximate distance of 2 km from Tehri Bus Stand and 3 km from Landour Clock Tower. As value added services, guests can avail of complimentary internet access, during their stay. This two-floored property in Mussoorie comprises of six well-maintained rooms, equipped with requisites such as clean bed, tea/coffee maker and attached bathroom with toiletries.
The Cliffe is inclusive of a restaurant that serves a range of delicacies. Additionally, conveniences such as 24-hour front desk, laundry service, currency exchange, medical aid, luggage storage space and parking facility are also provided.
Places of interest include Gun Hill (5 km), Company Bagh (8 km), Mussorie Range (17 km) and Kempty Falls (20 km). This hotel in Mussoorie is 38 km away from Dehradun Railway Station and 64 km away from Jolly Grant Airport.
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by CHANDANS_11 on August 25, 2018
We have a tour in Landour Mussoorie in August 2018. We booked online for two days. But after One days we left this hotel and lost one days rent as it was very very bad hotel as per me. The Hotel situated at Road side and it is ok. There are two floor in this hotel. We stayed at ground floor. The room is spacious but not decorated at per. Bathroom is very small size not not clean and it always in wet condition. There are too much seepage in walls and roof which contains bad odor. The outside view from hotel is not good for which we go outside. Also service of hotel is very bad . In which date we reach the hotel there is only one staff . There was no cook and no food at restaurant and we are too much sufferer for our food . Also it is very difficult to reach there without expart driver as the road is very narrow , stiff and crowdy. So I request if you think to go there you are ready for same experience . But the room in first floor is good and bathroom is spacious may be booked. I never go this hotel in future.
by AasthaK49 on July 5, 2018
We visited Landour on the eid long weekend. The hotel is away from the hustle bustle of main Mussorie. The rooms are pretty huge with decent amenities. Dont expect any hight class services but everything else is great.
by dipnaikharshada on May 6, 2018
This hotel is like a Woden cottage. Cute rooms, hotel staff is friendly they may allow u to cook and arrange for food too of the place is far. This is away from main market but the place is peaceful and away from hustle bustle. Perfect for couples, friends, family stay coz of cozy rooms.
by punto0900 on December 27, 2017
Property is just ok for stay. There are not much lodging options in Landour so like it or not you will stay at Cliffe. Just take the side road from Domas Inn to reach Char Dukaan. Things youll like: Location (near to Landour Bazaar) Restaurant (though it was not operational due to off season) Parking Staff Things you wont like: Leaky taps Smelly blankets/ pillows Door Locks/ latches dont work Basic things missing in room like Tea/coffee maker Toilets dont flush Monkeys Restaurant serves only breakfast. Lunch/ Dinner only serves during peak seasons. Caretaker/ Property Manager (Nikhil) is very helpful and prompt.
by IssySD on October 2, 2017
If youre interested in staying at this place either because of its low prices or because of its proximity to peaceful beautiful Landour, please please reconsider and dont make the same mistake we did (and seemingly many others before us have also done). It very nearly ruined not only my holiday but also my birthday. Nikhil is the manager and there are a few other staff around, including one called Rohit. Both are perfectly fine and try to be friendly but unfortunately neither one of them, nor any other person associated with The Cliffe, has the first idea about hospitality. Or service. Or common sense. We booked to stay there for 5 nights as part of a birthday celebration / walking trip where we hoped to use the hotel just as a base for the night as we would be out all day walking. We arrived late afternoon on the first day and were immediately shown up to a first floor room (room 5) by a guy who worked there. He didnt say anything to us, didnt ask for ID, didnt ask what booking we had - nothing. Within 10 seconds of being in the room Nikhil knocked on the door and said we couldnt stay there as some Army person needed to stay there that night. We knew that in these parts as it is a cantonment the army has preference over hotel rooms so we didnt make much of this and we were shown to one of the ground floor rooms - room two. This is where the problems started. Immediately on entering the room there was an overpowering smell of bad damp - the sort which can be dangerous to respiratory systems. The bed was damp, the sheets were dirty, the pillows were mouldy, the bathroom had mouldy growing in it, the back wall which is built up against the mountainside must not be properly constructed as the bathroom wall had continuous condensation on the inside tiles which made everything damp - from the toilet paper to my toiletries bag which I left in there overnight. We immediately complained to Nikhil and he said he would move us upstairs to a first floor room after our second night once the army guy had left. We happened to be visiting over the Gandhi Jayanti and Durga Puja long weekend so every other hotel was fully booked and we had no choice but to stay. The noise from the road was absolutely unbearable - and we live in Bombay so we are very used to noise. The noise of every car or motorbike that passes by reverberates around the room and because the hotel is situated on a steep hairpin bend, every single vehicle which passes honks its horn. Loud and long. This happens until at least 1am every night. And at intervals throughout the night. The breakfast is pitiful and Rohit - although I am sure he tried his best - does not have any sense of service. We had to wait 30 mins most days to get eggs and toast and tea. For some reason, the eggs were usually cold when they were served. He usually had to come back and ask for the order to be repeated to him twice or three times. Completely pathetic. We asked to be moved up to the first floor where the damp is not as bad (although it still smells musty). The floors would be nice if they were cleaned. We had no room cleaning in any of the three nights we stayed with them. We had to ask for the bed sheets to be changed as there were cigarette burn marks and damp stains on the sheets. The pillows were mouldy. They only have one towel for a double room and we had to ask 4 times to get another towel. There are no proper windows, only a small window at the top of the external wall and there are no curtains, so the single naked bulb they use as a light outside shines right into the room, unless you repeatedly ask people not to switch in on, or get up and switch it off yourself as we had to do. The door lock on the room we stayed in- room four - was hanging off the door. A complete security risk. Speaking of, on our third and final night at The Cliffe we were woken up at 1am by a series of strange strangled cries coming from outside. This went on for a few mins and then came a tirade of swearing at full volume. We were then disturbed again by the light outside being switched on and someone came into the vestibule area that links rooms four and five. After some coming and going across that vestibule (which you can see into through frosted glass from room four - again no curtains) there was more loud conversation and people walking up and down the stairs outside. We went outside to ask what was going on - the hotel staff (Nikhil and other guys) were at the back of the first floor looking for something with a light. They wouldnt tell us what was going on. By 3am things had calmed down and we had a restless night worrying about security. We got up and into the cafe downstairs around 10.30am only to be told by Rohit, who seemingly acts as waiter and cook at the same time, that we had missed breakfast time and would be charged for breakfast even though we had paid through Booking.com for a room and breakfast rate already. I wont say much more except that we left the Cliffe as soon as we managed to get another reservation (with the long weekend over there were rooms now free at select other hotels). We had to walk with our bags for an hour to the other side of Mussoorie but it was completely worth it to get away from that complete nightmare of a damp, mouldy, unsafe, noisy place. To cap it off, when we asked Nikhil what happened, he alluded to some sort of assault on a driver waiting in the downstairs courtyard area. When we asked whether he called the police he said he hadnt. We had to tell him to call the police to report the assault. So we feared for our safety and checked out. I sincerely hope that any Online Travel Agent thinking about listing The Cliffe will think twice. This place is to be avoided at all costs. If you have a small budget, try the rooms at Domas which are just up the hill from the Cliffe. The food there is absolutely fantastic. If your budget stretches further, book into Rokeby Manor up the hill towards Landours Char Dukaan. If not, try the Kasmanda Palace off The Mall Rd in Mussoorie - it is up the hill from the Mall Road and gets very little noise. Its a heritage property and is beautiful with very courteous staff.
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