Hotels in Andaman
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The hotel is right on the edge of water but it's not advisable to go down. Brilliant location near cove and also has a ww2 related bunker in the premises. The room was about average, paint chipping off the walls, Nothing great but the restaurant and bar s located at a nice place overlooking ocean. Wi fi does not work or is very feeble and only available in reception. They can do better with room.
Manish Kakaria | Mon, Sep 11, '17
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Coorg Niwas Home Stay is located on J. N. Road opposite Delanipur Petrol Bunk in Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and it offer
Haddo Post, Andaman
Last booked at 7(hrs) ago
Anugama Resort is a 3 star hotel, located at 19.9 kms from Port Blair Airport and 22.6 kms from Central Bus Stand. Anugama Resort
Last booked at 1(hrs) ago
Although the location is far from the main market but rooms are spacious, clean and gives you a feel of calm. The food served is very tasty. They have a buffet system which is very much comfortable as people can enjoy different tastes. The hotel's concept is very good. They have huts which are AC rooms in between green trees and plants.
Usha | Wed, May 3, '17
I will recommend everyone to plan their trip through MMT. As it was first time I was travelling for so long distance I was bit confused initially about how the things will go ahead but heads up to the MMT guys who are just amazing in taking care of their guest's.
Gaurav | Sun, Dec 31, '17
Hotel is in a jungle environment. Rooms were unconventional. There is only one person who is controlling all. No room service was there. However he dropped us to wandoor jetty at early morning. Nice person. Buffet dinner was good but little overpriced. Overall nice experience.
Soumya Dipta Das | Sun, Mar 12, '17
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Let's start with the positives...the room was very clean and the owner very friendly and helpful with advice on the area, where to eat and how to get to places of interest. there w ...
Haddo Post, Andaman
Last booked at 8(hrs) ago
Hotel is in a jungle environment. Rooms were unconventional. There is only one person who is controlling all. No room service was there. However he dropped us to wandoor jetty a ...
Soumya Dipta Das
Last booked at 1(hrs) ago
Hotel is located very near to airport exactly in the middle of the city. Complimentary breakfast is good. From the hotel ferry, point cellular jail, corbyn's beach all very near ...
M vamshi krishna
Last booked at 5(hrs) ago
Let's start with the positives...the room was very clean and the owner very friendly and helpful with advice on the area, where to eat and how to get to places of interest. there was a member of staff on permanent call, very smiley and would do what he could BUT he didn't speak a word of English and as we don't speak Hindi or whatever this made things tricky. It was fine to speak with the owner but he wasn't always there. Now, regarding the room. It was not in the centre of town so not terribly convenient but it wasn't expensive to get a tuk tuk although they do try it on with the charges and refuse to use meters...same as most of India! The room was clean but about as basic as you can get. Fine is paying backpacker rates but at nearly Ã‚Â£20 a night we expected better. The bed was so hard we might as well have been sleeping on the floor. we had a balcony which overlooked what looked like a rubbish dump. There were constantly people sifting through the rubbish so we had to leave our curtains closed for privacy. On the upside it's quiet at night. Breakfast...they would be better to advertise as room only and not include breakfasting the deal. Day one we got four slices prepacked (sweet tasting) bread toast with a Rs2 packet of jam that looked like a shampoo sachet and a cup of chai - the chai on the trains tasted better. They woke us up at 6.30am to ask us what time we wanted it. We said 8am, it came at 9am. Day two we said we wouldn't bother if they could only give toast. We were offered dosas...we like dosas but when they turned up they were nothing like any dosa we had tasted before. Basically awful and no chai at all. Day three we didn't bother. There are no restaurants as such in the area as its residential but the owner told us of a hotel with a restaurant nearby so that served us well for evening dinner. The owner also helped us to get a taxi to our next destination.
Ian Vine | Fri, Dec 20, '13
The hotel is located at the centre. Though the room is very small, it has basic needs such as wardrobe, AC, water heater etc. Value for money if you get some discounts online(I got it for Rs950). Offline booking charge is Rs2000 which is not at all worth.
Deepak Hegde | Sun, Mar 26, '17
This is small, simple but clean hotel! The two young men at front desk, Jasim and Nizam will make you all comfortable! If an intern needs to be sent for training in hospitality, these two guys can be the coaches! They would help with all the information you need with a smile. They checked about our day plan and kept our breakfast packed, as we were leaving early. We didn't ask for it!
Sudhakar Damacherla | Mon, May 22, '17
Hotel is located very near to airport exactly in the middle of the city. Complimentary breakfast is good. From the hotel ferry, point cellular jail, corbyn's beach all very near. But monsoon season is not suggestible for andaman.
M vamshi krishna | Sun, Aug 20, '17
So let me tell you it is not a 5 star hotel but the Service they offer is no less than that.. The location is near to the airport and a little far from the main city but the connectivity is good.. The manager, the staff and the Service including the breakfast and dinner was so good that we decided to stay in the same hotel after returning from Havelock. They managed to book our ferry tickets in the very last moments, I really want to Thank the manager, he also booked car for us to visit the city.
Aman Srivastava | Mon, Jun 26, '17
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