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Long Island,Middle Andaman,, Port Blair , 744203 | Show on Map
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Blue Planet situated in Andaman offers 24-hour front desk facility. This property is located at a distance of 1 km from Andaman Bus Stand. This hotel in Andaman houses 12 comfortable rooms which are well-equipped with various modern conveniences.
Some of the in-room amenities include a wake-up call facility, bottled drinking water and an attached bathroom with hot and cold water supply. Patrons can avail 24-hour room service during their stay at this hotel.
Guests can dine-in at the in-house restaurant. Blue Planet in Adaman offers various facilities like bar, laundry and banquet. Medical service is also offered on request. Blue Planet features a swimming pool.
Boat is located at a distance of 1 km from this property.
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by Dreamer56202362016 on January 2, 2019
my friend and i stayed here for 3 days in november, the season time to visit had just started and we happened to stay here , there were no other guests in the area ,but this place was calming, silent , beautiful, with very warm and welcoming people. we were two girls travelling to the andamans and this place was completely safe . the quiet and peace that you will experience here , you will not get anywhere else. If you want to get out of the touristy spots of andaman long island is a beautiful place to find that solitude.
by thomasBAD on January 21, 2018
We Atay three dass her, a very nice place and excellent food. We like Fish and seafood ... every day was a pleasure for us. You van walk in 5 min. to the local beach in 1,5 Hour to lalayi beach with white sand.
by 711steffir on January 9, 2018
Blue Planet is a great small hostel near the village on Long Island. Rooms around the Paduak are not luxurious but comfortable and ideal for backpackers / travellers. The entire place is lovely, cozy and has a true social vibe. You are greeted with the warmest hospitality- The manager and the staff were so friendly and helpful. Food was delicious!!! We even brought our parents and they loved it, too. Long Island is a great place to chill out and experience a piece of unspoilt Andaman. Thank you for everything!
by R3Gri2 on February 20, 2017
When we arrived on Long Island, a soldier at the jetty asked us, if we wanted to stay in the government accommodation or at the private one (Blue Planet). We didn't know about the government one, so we chose the Blue Planet. We later heard from Blue Planet owner Hillary herself that the government rooms must be really nice and about 3000 rupees per night. We stayed in a room at the Blue Planet with an own bathroom and a fan for 2000 rupees per night. The Blue Planet is a good spot to meet other people. The atmosphere at the restaurant area is really nice and is what makes it special. The staff was really friendly and nice. But our room was worn out and not that clean actually. We didn't like our room too much, to be honest. The ferrys to Neil and Havelock just leave about every second day, so we were forced to stay an extra day. There is also no internet access on the whole island. I still would go to Long Island again. Hillary organised a boat tour to Merk Bay and guitar island for us. And Merk Bay was the absolutely most stunning beach for us on the whole Andamans!!! Snorkelling is great there and the sand is white with clear water. Best experience! You gotta go there!
by CharlotteC1301 on February 13, 2017
As this is the only accommodation on Long Island you don't have a choice but to stay here. It's reasonably priced but the cleanliness and upkeep of the place needs improving. The communal bathrooms need cleaning badly and the rooms need to be fixed up. Just because you're the only option for accommodation doesn't mean that you should just make your guests accept whatever they get. The food is great but it it expensive for what it is and the breakfast options is almost non existent for vegans or those that don't want eggs or cheese at breakfast. Why can't there be Indian options on the menu for breakfast? We come to India to eat Indian food, not meusli.
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