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Near Taxi Stand, Rishikesh 249302 India
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#88 of 197 B&Bs / Inns in Rishikesh
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67Somewhat walkable
Grade: 67 out of 100
15Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
1Attractionwithin 0.5 km
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Vimlesh Ranjan wrote a review Feb 2019
Doha, Qatar379 contributions108 helpful votes
Lots of imrovement is needed, we stay here for 2 day and doesn't like ke that much. Staff behavior was good but they need to improve there service hygiene and room cleaning. Hope they will amke improvement.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
lakeoflight wrote a review Nov 2017
Canada26 contributions38 helpful votes
Called this hotel tonight to inquire about accommodation as well as prices - not only was I shocked at the insane daily rent (45 THOUSAND Indian rupees!) which is almost 3 times higher than one of the most luxurious, professionally run, immaculate, beautiful, 5 star hotels in Northern India, but at the young sounding boy who answered the phone: extremely ill-mannered, obviously not educated, very aggressive in demanding to know exact dates I planned to come there (I was shopping around for a GOOD and professionally run hotel only, and needing to gather some information about the place first), and could not seem to comprehend the fact I did not yet have travel dates in mind - immediately after I told him that his rates were even higher than the best 5 star hotel in another state, he slammed the phone down in my ear. More amenities have been added, and much more demand for hotel rentals in general in Rishikesh has risen over the years due to the annual Yoga Festival, and I am fairly certain that the owner has taken advantage of both facts and increased the rents to what the foriegners will pay. As for the ignorant, rude character that was managing the phones and front desk today, the crude and argumentative manner with which he handled my few practical and valid questions alerted me to the fact that high prices and little luxuries such as wi-fi in the rooms, etc, can not compensate for the low class way responding to well meaning potential customers We did stay there some time ago and there was only enough hot water to take a fast 2 or 3 minute shower. Then we had to wait at least 10 minutes for enough hot water to wash our hair. Chilly and not at all convenient. I inquired about this point and again, he got on the defensive and refused me a direct reply, coming up with the cheap excuse that "all the hotels there have 20 to 25 litres of water....!" Stay away, even if you CAN afford such a ridiculously over the top price - nothing is worth having to deal with that kind of treatment. You can find plenty of other hotels, they are prolific in Rishikesh, the hub of the tourist industry in India, where many a con artist has been created by finding out about the white person's cash flow...........buyer - and renter - beware.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: pick another hotel !!!!!!
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Noisy Angel Banana wrote a review Jan 2016
184 contributions42 helpful votes
As a lone female traveler, I had no problem with the staff during my stay at Hotel Divya last November. On the contrary, the manager was very friendly. I was planning to stay for a couple of days only, but I ended up staying here for a month and a half. I just felt comfortable. The room was decent, pretty clean and cheap. My room had a double bed, a private bathroom with very hot shower, a private balcony, a TV with one channel in English (Star Movies) and free wifi. After reading the last review, my tip would be to ask for a room on the second or third floor. My room number was 203. And I'd recommend you to speak only to the manager if you have a problem. Do not trust the other guys. It is true that many Indian tourists chose to stay in this hotel but I've never been bothered by them. Not even once. Another tip, always make sure that the switch outside your room is on when you leave. They usually turn it off during the day, when they clean the rooms. That may explain the absence of hot water and why your electronic devices are not fully charged! As said before, THE PHOTOS DO NOT REPRESENT THE HOTEL.
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Date of stay: November 2015
Trip type: Travelled solo
C dav wrote a review Nov 2015
Swansea, United Kingdom145 contributions44 helpful votes
I would just like to start off by saying - THE PHOTOS ON HERE DO NOT REPRESENT THE HOTEL. NOT ONE. You cannot see Laxman Jhula, as there are two hotels in front of this one, and that room is clearly from google images. At first I was happy to stay here as the reception man seemed nice. I paid 300rs a night for a simple, clean room with an attached bathroom - pretty cheap since it was 'low' season. I was staying on the first floor with a nice Italian lady next door and two other girls sharing a room a few doors down. Our rooms opened onto the same balcony. However, I soon came to realise that this is a popular hotel with groups of men who travel from nearby cities for a weekend of debauchery in Rishikesh. I was harassed, they were noisy, sitting on my balcony, knocking on my window and doors and I even caught one peering in one evening. My bathroom light broke and I complained to reception but it was never fixed. It said hot water water on the sign, but there was none, at all during my 1 week stay. In general, the owners did not care and were very pally with the men who came to stay. I left after one week (was supposed to stay 3) and moved to Sheela Mohan, an excellent hotel down the street! I would also like to add that wifi was terrible. It was off for days and the owners did nothing. I am a seasoned traveller in all parts of Asia and have stayed in some pretty simple places, but have never experienced such a bad hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2015
Trip type: Travelled solo
Maayaanaa wrote a review Sep 2015
India639 contributions148 helpful votes
We really loved this place and enjoyed our stay during our visit to Rishikesh in 2012.The room tariff is very very reasonable.We were given a room with balcony from where the view of Laxman jhula was quite impressive.This hotel is located bang on the market place and very near to taxi stand, and also the hotel staffs were extremely good.So, if you are looking for a cheap accommodation, then this is it.
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Date of stay: October 2014
US$16 - US$18 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaUttarakhandDehradun DistrictRishikesh
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Divya
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Divya?
Nearby attractions include Yatrik tour & travels (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Divya?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a spa, and room service.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Divya?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Divya?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sitting Elephant, Rajasthani Mishthan Bhandar, and Natura Si Lassi Bar.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Divya?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Beatles Ashram (1.6 km) and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram (1.5 km).