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Gudpally Village, Gudpalle 501101 India
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The only wilderness camp in Andhra Pradesh and a member of TIES. The international eco-tourism society Washington. An eco-tourism resort and camp.
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B sathi wrote a review 2 May
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Well its a long Genuine Review. Was amused at the pictures and equally shocked at the services. 1. Location is isolated. No one would come for your rescue in case of an emergency. Not at all suitable for Families. Good for drunkards though. 2. Bathroom, Rooms are good for pictures. The commodes over flow, flush works for the first time, power cuts, no power back up, shower just is for show, no buckets, no drinking water, mosquitoes, lizards, frogs, bugs & what not. 3. Faiz talks very sweetly, however, his sweetness remains until you make the full payment. 4. The staff there are a minor boy, an old-age man in a minor boys height, a local villager who always shouts & yells and looks at you in a strange manner. 5. No kitchen, no food facility. They get it from out side and it doesn't taste good after all you have no choice there. 6. COMPLEMENTARY BREAKFAST: Two tiny idly, one slim reddish yellow Dosa with watery chutney brought on a road side bandi wrapped in news paper. So gross. 7. No bills, no reception, no records, no documentation for whatsoever reasons, they collect money through paytm. You never get to see the owner / handlers faces or details except the name, fiaz. 8. Beer bottles, beer cans, liquor tins can be found everywhere. But faiz smartlt says we don't allow liquor, funny. 9. They share you old pictures. The new ones are just ugly and dirty. No mainatance. No cleaning. Just gross waste of money on a beautiful holiday. 10. Last but not least, you can go there only once , just to understand how propertt owners fake/cheat and will help in your future judgment of places & people.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Umer wrote a review Apr 2022
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A person named kanna From grass walk is taking material from local shops and not paying them Grass walk officials please look into this Taking material in credit by using grass walk name And not paying back
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Rajdeep B wrote a review Dec 2020
Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India21 contributions16 helpful votes
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First up - its a beautiful property, really in the hinterland, away from the city bustle and yet not too far. The skeletal staff was super friendly and helpful. The food was also mind-blowing. The mistake we made was to choose the Machan or the treehouse to stay. Their machan probably is pending a do-over, when we saw it we realised its basically a platform on stilts, open on 3 sides. It did have a killer view so we took it, but that was a mistake. At night it became super cold due to the free flowing December gale, and they did not have enough blankets to give us. We really suffered at night from the cold. The other problem with the machaan was it didn't even have a basic door,so random ppl kept popping into our "room" just to check out the place. It was amusing at first but became super annoying by the time the 7th random dude had walked in like it was his backyard. The other problem with places like Grasswalk is that you go there to escape the city noise,only to be confronted with hordes of partying youngsters blasting music at high volume in their bluetooth speakers. This is what really pissed us off. After all if we wanted to go partying we'd have gone to a club.you go camping to avoid all the city chaos,but it just followed us there. So in conclusion, beautiful place, great food amd staff, but only go if you are prepared to party yourself in a big group or at least prepared to endure vicarious, involuntary partying. And avoid the machaan at all costs.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled
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syed zaheer wrote a review Nov 2020
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First of All.. this place is ideally suits for Bachelors only... not a worthy Trip for Family's .. u will find all bachelors with Liquor and Lots of Sounds even in Night. i have been there yesterday with family and with 3 Kids, nice ambience Cons : 1. Very Over priced 2. very poorly maintained 3. poor room maintenance 4. very disturbance 5. worst food 6. bad and worst road to reach... Family's please choose another option... Bachelors the best place
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Date of stay: November 2020
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soham b wrote a review Sep 2018
Hyderabad, India2 contributions14 helpful votes
On 1st weekend of September, as a group of friends working out of Hyderabad MNCs, we planned for a short trip in outskirts of Hyderabad. Now, we had planned for this trip in bit of haste and landed up on The Grass walk - resort (pun intended with the usage of word "resort"). We were 7 members and spent the weekend here for 1 night and 1 day where we needed to pay INR 9700 that too for a Tent !!!!! Initially when we reached "Grass Walk", we were given an English tent which was unclean, filthy, had two double bed of size 5x7 where "Grass Walk" staffs were more than inclined to accommodate 7 of us by adding two more single cot. And, we were asked to Pay INR 7500 for this accommodation. At that point, it appeared that we had booked a college hostel and paying for a dormitory services rather than a "resort". This was preposterous and unimaginably ridiculous accommodation. Now, after multiple argumentative discussions and multiple calls made to the owners of "Grass Walk", we managed to get an "African Tent" which at least had two proper double beds of king size. However, a lot more was in store for us. The washroom was an epitome of uncleanliness and without basic toiletries. The shower was not working, a bucket was provided out of basic humanity (and we are thankful to the staffs of "Grass Walk"for that!), however they never asked or bothered to clean the sink (which was more of a mere round shaped log used mostly by butchers in mutton shops). Floor of the bathroom was jaded with white marbles, may be just to ensure that the uncleanliness and disgust reach a saturation point (thought provoking idea by the "resort"!! During our stay we always felt disgusted to use the washroom, however there was not much choice as this African tent washroom was at least a 'covered' washroom from 4 sides!! Whereas, the English tent washroom was open from 3 sides without a door!!!!! Coming to the awesome hospitality from "Grass Walk" staffs, it almost felt like they're allowing us in the so called "resort" for free and their tone of voice, arrogance and audacity showed that they're basically doing a favor to let us stay there. In a duration of weekend they reminded us of making payment at least 7-8 times whereas we had deposited token amount before reaching the "resort". They have all along insisted on paying cash and there was no prior intimation that we need to make payment for food service with only case which accounted for almost 8-9 K for 7 members. Also, the nearest locality with an ATM was 11 kms away from this Jungle tent "resort" and it never occurred to "resort" staffs that it was an illogical demand. Coming to next disaster, Food. While talking about food, the supply of food in buffets was definitely the positives, however looks like red chili powder is the main ingredient of their recipes and irrespective of requirement they inevitably will use it in such a quantity that you will be deprived of any taste from the food other than raw chili powder sprinkles. Now, this might be a delicacy above our taste bud levels, so we tried coping up with it as much as we can. Best of luck to anyone who dares to try! More often than usual, we tend to choose a place for serenity rather than facility, and this was one such decision we had taken however the kind of money we had spent along with the rude, unprofessional and completely irritating staff behavior we had experienced, it made us feel that choosing this cow-dung leveled so-called resort with a large unclean fish tank (which they were proud to call swimming pool) was a waste of money. Summary rating at a glance : Ambiance : 0.5/5 Staff Behavior : -1/5 (minus 1, in case you missed the sign) Food : 1.5/5 Cleanliness : Whats that!! -100/5 (In case you missed the sign again, -100) Overall Rating : 0.5/5 Value for Money : Not at all Activities : Fish Tank, oops Swimming Pool, that's all
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Adithya D wrote a review Jul 2018
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I have travelled all around the country but always felt like Hyderabad lacked in beautiful spots that help you really enjoy travel, until I visited grasswalk. Beautiful location, great homecooked food, lovely staff and an ambience to die for. I know where I will come Everytime I need to get a quick break for the city again. Thanks for a lovely time guys.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled
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kishore E wrote a review Jun 2018
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Hi friends, Recently i went to grass walk resort with our friends.don't go by pic in website. worst food service they was taking 1 to 2 hr for one order. no proper road no maintenance. 2 peaces of bread omelette charged 180 rupees. nothing there expect swimming pool.waste of money.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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vijay232 wrote a review Jan 2017
Hyderabad, India35 contributions23 helpful votes
First off, be wary of using GPS to get to the place. It can guide you to a shorter but utterly hopeless road(if it can even be called so) that will ruin your vehicles. There is a stream to be crossed too; very fortunately it was not too deep for our vehicles at that time. If you take left too early(after Chevella) while going from Hyderabad you are in for this nightmarish route. Correct left turn is about 6km before entering Vikarabad town. Get directions from resort folks as well. About the resort, location is good atop a hillock. Landscape is not exactly breathtaking but we cannot really expect that within hour and half from Hyderabad? There are some villages nearby and sight of cattle going back home in evening is really nice. I ended up throwing(hiding) my footwear into a bush and walked barefoot along a mud road for a long time enjoying cold winter fresh breeze. There are various kinds of tents' accommodations. All tents are spacious and clean enough, but cleanliness freaks will have complaints for sure. Washrooms don't provide enough privacy. Swimming pool is not always clean as I gathered from experience of my other friends. Breakfast served during our visit was good with 3 varieties but it looks like others have had different experience. The resort provides barbecue and other meals too that are chargeable. They were good as well. Complimentary early morning hike is the best part. Walking along forest paths, streams for about an hour was a great experience. We found a neem tree on way, kept chewing branches all the way and rinsed in a hill stream and didn't need to brush for rest of the day. 900 year old temple at end of the hike is absolutely breathtaking. Service and courtesy of staff is good. It seemed like the place is more suitable for large groups. But there were also some families staying at the time we(stags) were. Resort staff mentioned that some days they reserve for families and dont allow stags, you will have to call to know. Overall the place is a good weekend getaway from Hyderabad for folks who like to get a bit closer to nature, or the other types who want to have a campfire party. I enjoyed my stay at Grass Walk and I thought it was value enough for money(1200 per person for BnB)
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Date of stay: December 2016
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rakesh7585 wrote a review Dec 2016
Hyderabad, India2 contributions3 helpful votes
as mentioned in other comments, i too have experienced the worst side of staff in hospitality business. the staff is really rude and don't even bother to satisfy the customers. facilities are not at all upto the mark. though the property is really beautiful, it gives the worse experience because of staff present there.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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Sudheer K wrote a review Nov 2016
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Worst Customer Service. Do not go there for trekking because they will take you for normal walk not trekking, and morning as promised they kept the breakfast at 8am but when we went there to have, the supervisor said to wait and called other guests(foreigners) but they did not turn up then he told us to have it. You have to treat all customers in the same manner.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Grass Walk resort
Which popular attractions are close to The Grass Walk resort?
Nearby attractions include Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy devasthanam (6.4 km), Damagundam Ramalingeshwara Swami Temple (3.0 km), and Damagundam Ramalingeshwara Swami Temple (3.0 km).
Is parking available at The Grass Walk resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Grass Walk resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is The Grass Walk resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 1.0 km away from the centre of Gudpalle.
Are there any historical sites close to The Grass Walk resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Damagundam Ramalingeshwara Swami Temple (3.0 km).