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Ajay Pathak wrote a review Jul 2019
Mumbai, India3 contributions
Situated on small hilltop. Rooms are average, old fashioned but cleaned. Good service. Food to be order in evening before 630pm due to culture and limitation. Class view from the nice viewing gallery. One can view both east and west part. Class location if someone want to just spend time with themselves getting cut off from world and do some creative activity sitting in gallery.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Charles I wrote a review Dec 2018
Lugano, Switzerland639 contributions248 helpful votes
We landed here expecting to be in a different place that had been swamped by politicians at a rally. Our “deluxe” room was filthy, grease plastic covered floors, two beds nailed apart withs a wooden stick, electric cables dangling in from the door. We stayed because we had to.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Neeraj B wrote a review Dec 2017
Mumbai, India43 contributions14 helpful votes
We reached Mokokchung by bike around 5.30 in the evening and half of the shops were already closed. We asked few locals for a hotel and they referred us to this hotel. This is a wonderful place to stay. Staff is very friendly and prompt. Neat and clean hotel in the town. It was a great stay at your hotel. Few things I noticed: -Try to reach max by 5 in case you want to buy few things for night or next day. -People are friendly and helpful. -Liquor is legally banned here. -Beautiful for photography enthusiasts. Golden hour makes this place heaven.
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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enigmaiyer wrote a review Dec 2017
India114 contributions86 helpful votes
We landed in Mokokchung at 6 pm in total darkness and entire place shutdown. We checked couple of "hotels" near the sumo counter - we almost gagged - dirtiest rooms and bathrooms. We then headed to Metsuben which is a steep climb uphill about a km away. I would suggest take a taxi for 100 bucks if you can't climb or are afraid of the dark or are alone. Metsuben was a welcome change - clean room and good staff. We took a room with shared bathroom. Food was good and laundry was also very reasonable. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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pawan37 wrote a review Mar 2017
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India5 contributions
After a 5-hr torturous road drive from Jorhat (Assam), I was pleasantly surprised to find myself in the comfortable Hotel Metsuben in Mokokchung. I stayed there for three nights (27th Feb to 2nd march 2017). The rooms are spacious and well equipped to take care of fluctuating temperature. I am a frugal eater and vegetarian, so I cannot comment much on the food but the coriander soup they specifically prepared for me was heavenly, simply divine. Good place to stay in the remote northeastern state of Nagaland.
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Date of stay: February 2017
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Runacrossthesea wrote a review Jan 2017
Dumfries83 contributions28 helpful votes
At first appearances, this is quite a grand hotel, set in its own compound with a drive leading up to a car porch in front of the main entrance where staff (when they're not caught unawares) greet you and help unload your baggage. There is well-decorated reception with a front desk in the style of traditional 'morung' and young, polite staff. Most rooms are arranged around an inner courtyard, cloister-like, on two floors and, as others have commented, they are spacious. Our 'deluxe' room had a separate seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. The bathroom was OK, clean and had hot water. There is a veranda above the reception area with a view over the hills, a fish pond in the courtyard and a separate 'morung'-style seating area in the car park. The restaurant, on the ground floor, has an impressive menu, offering Indian, Chinese and Naga specialities. The food is not 'haute cuisine' but is fine and the portions were generous. Upon closer inspection, the hotel décor is in need of updating in certain areas and there is a certain 'officiousness' in the attitude of staff to booking meals which have to be ordered at least an hour in advance. But I guess the staff are just following some odd rules to minimise disruption in the kitchen and it's easy enough to get used to (many B&Bs in Britain ask you to specify breakfast orders almost as soon as guests arrive the night before!). There is not much choice in terms of western-style accommodation in Mokokchung and the Metsuben, though relatively pricey, offers an unexpected but welcome level of comfort in the area.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: It may nicer to get a room around the inner courtyard but the larger, deluxe rooms, are off a...
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shula m wrote a review Nov 2016
israel124 contributions45 helpful votes
We were a group of 16 people. Arrived in the dark and didn't know where are we. Staff handled our luggage promptly and we were escorted to our rooms with no problems. I don't know what pre arrangement our group leader had with the hotel management, but our meal was a "self service" one. Insulated containers kept our food warm. There was plenty of it, and very good. The rooms on the ground floor called VIP ROOM, they and they are huge. The hot water system is a bit tricky but once you get the hang of it, there's no problem. The hotel is on a hill overlooking the town. Getting to the center is only a few minutes walk. No WIFI here, not in the rooms and not in public area. It's strange because everywhere you look there's antennas towers. They have a small courtyard with colored fountain (at night). Altogether a very pleasant experience.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: i guess the upper rooms have better view, but the ground rooms are huge. lots of space for...
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smkow wrote a review Nov 2016
Singapore161 contributions94 helpful votes
Had lunch in this hotel. In the courtyard is a replica of a tribal house called a morung; a photo opportunity. We were early for our reservation but were not allowed into the restaurant. My host had called ahead to make reservations and even placed the order. To his disappointment, the order was not passed on to the kitchen. Service is non-existent in this restaurant. They should consider closing it permanently since they are not interested in serving their customers. The staff didn’t come and take our order. When the soup is served, we were given two bowls though there were three of us. It wasn’t as if they were short-handed. The staff were merely standing around in the lobby area. The only time anyone came into the restaurant was to bring the food. And the food was average, with the soup probably coming out of the can. My host said that he is never coming again; and he lives in that vicinity!
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Date of stay: November 2016
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shishirgowda wrote a review Nov 2016
Bengaluru, India82 contributions46 helpful votes
Stayed as a group(8) on our NE bike tour. The hotel is bit hidden from town, but still close by. The first thing that strikes u are the room sizes, they are humongous. Nothing great about the rooms, clean and we'll maintained though. The restaurant serves some local naga cuisine which was very good, but do order 1hr in advance as everything is prepared to order. Looks like the only good place to stay here
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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msubhro@yahoo.com wrote a review Jul 2016
Kolkata (Calcutta), India118 contributions43 helpful votes
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We booked a cab at Kohima and to our surprise next day morning at the Hotel owner himself came to pick us up in his brand new Nissan Terrano. He took just six hours to cover a distance 170 km through a hiily road. We had a on-line booking at Whispering Wind and when we landed at the hotel we found a huge concrete building is under construction in front of the old beautifully furnished wooden building of the hotel. The whole view was blocked by the concrete structure under construction, with ugly noises and constant chattering of the workmen. We decided to leave the hotel and searched for another. some local people suggested us to try at Hotel Metsuben. The well decorated front desk of Metsuben was seated by a well behaved male and female front desk managers who were all below thirty. We wanted to stay there from 22-25 December 2016. Very cordially they informed us that we can stay there till 24th early morning as 24th the hotel would remain closed. On persuading requests they informed us that 24th they would not be in a position as every year on that very day the owner of the Hotel arrange for a big picnic party at his farm house in the outskirts of Mokokchung. They offered us an open invitation that if we were agreed to join in the picnic, we could be allowed to stay till 25th. It was a pleasant surprise for us and we happily agreed to the proposal as we had no problem if the hotel was under lock and key from morning 7 am till evening 5 pm. We just planned our day's programme in that way. Metsuben is centrally located on a hillock, just below the City Park on the hill top. The hotel is excellent. Good spacious rooms with room heaters, clean toilets and good view of the city. Courtyard garden is also nicely maintained. Staff are cordial and helpful. However, restaurant is not so well equipped to serve different kinds foods; but you can savour clean fresh regular meals there. We enjoyed our stay at Metsuben.
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Date of stay: December 2015
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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