We stayed Dekasang on 20 th Feb , It was a excellent experience , food was good , staff was very polite , room was clean ...overall a nice stay ..The manager Pobitro was very helpful ..If are in for bonfire in midst of tranquility than this place is for you ...
This hotel feels like someone had a good idea but never quite followed through. It is not at all welcoming and we flet like an imposition. It has a shabby, semi derelict feel like a an abandoned theme park that Scooby and Shaggy would find themslves in. It is grubby and the rooms are airless. The staff such as they are are elusive and the food was terrible, the only poor food we had in our three week tour. There are clearly some much nicer places now open around the island and this place does not deserve to stay open, avoid at all costs as there is nothing good to say about it. Simply awful.
Beautiful location and excellent eco-friendly construction. Very good hospitalityand food. The ambience is natural and beautiful. The Dance performance was very good and entertaining. Amenities were up to our expectations.
Keep In mind that Majuli is out of the way do the options are limited. Not quite as charming as the pictures imply. Rooms were clean but sparse. Bathroom the same. There were gaps between the floorboards in our room leaving me to worry about what might crawl up in the night. Other rooms were not and bad. Luckily the bugs left us alone. There doesn’t seem to be a “office” or any common space except for eating area. As a matter of fact there didn’t seem to be anyone running the place. Having said that, it was worth putting up with meager accommodations to visit Majuli which is truly a gem of a place.
Basic is always OK by me, but it has to be clean. It was not. And friendly staff helps too. This was the only place during a three week trip that seemed un-managed and very aloof about their guests needs. The rooms were uncomfortable and there wasn't any common space to hang around in.