Looking for a place to stay in Kohima? Then look no further than Cimorb Hotel, a small hotel that brings the best of Kohima to your doorstep.
The small hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant.
Kohima War Cemetery (2.0 mi), located nearby, makes Cimorb Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Kohima landmark.
Travellers looking for Indian restaurants can head to D Cafe, Fifa Cafe, or Spanish Family Restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The Catholic Cathedral (1.2 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Cimorb Hotel as you experience everything Kohima has to offer.
Had a pleasant 3night stay at the property. Good bunch of staff. Helpful enough . The dinners were buffet. They had some good local dishes . Rooms we clean n spacious. How ever certain thing need to be looked upon was the breakfast. And some room amenities It was over all a very good stay
Stayed there for a day. A nice stay with courteous staff. Decent food and one of the best hotels to stay in. Good cafes nearby. Recommend to a friend and his experiences were the same. Really comfortable stay and totally satisfied
I am a tour manager for an Australian company and I brought a group of 8 international tourist including one famous journalist. Because of my job I get to travel a lot all over the country and abroad. I have never experienced the level of unprofessionalism by the staff. I made my group had dinner in the restaurant here for one night out of our two nights stay, we ordered two hours ahead of time but still the food was still not in the table. The worst was when I told the front office manager that I will need the bell boys to check out at 5am in the morning. No one was in the reception and my guests were waiting, the main gate was also locked. Thankfully the General manager picked up their phone and asked us to knock a door and a lady came out to help and then she went to another room to wake another guy up. This guy finally helped bringing one bag and then went bag to sleep with all swag. Me our driver and few guests had to bring all the bags. I am doing a lot of promote tourism in this region but seeing the level of unprofessionalism I am put to shame. I want this message to get to the owner because I think he needs to invest on better staff and atleast maintain a level of professionalism because you just lost a business of a famous Australian travel company. …
The hotel is a beautiful property with good amenities right in the middle of the most affluent area of Kohima. We stayed in the suite room and it was amazing. The staff is really prompt and you get to experience the best of luxuries with a breathtaking view. Must book the property for upcoming Hornbill festival before it is sold out (most likely it already is).
Cold. Everthing was dirty. No water in shower. No food at breakfast time. You had to argue to get extra toilet paper. It took 24 hours to get more light bulps in the room ( 3 out of 4 were not working). ETC ETC ETC
Everything is booked during the Hornbill Festival and so for double the normal price, we got beds here. Very basic, noisy, chaotic meals, understaffed, completely crazy car parking. But it was a bed and the festival was great
The hotel is badly maintained and the rooms and dining areas are not very clean, the beds are very hard. The breakfast is limited. The evening food is ok, but seems really overpriced. The staff, however couldn't be more helpful.
This hotel needs a lot of renovation with torn and dirty carpets, fused light bulbs , pricy yet average foods. On a good note, linens were clean and bed was comfortable. Washroom was clean and hygienic. Staffs were friendly.
Was in Kohima on a business trip during the last week of February. Normally, I prefer to stay at Razhu Pru, but that place was fully booked. Right. from check-in, the staff were amateurish though I have to say that they tried to do their best. The room allotted to me had no mosquito repellent devices so I had to purchase a repellent vaporiser. The sole waiter/front desk manager/housekeeping staff/all functions-in-one staff member was in a right royal tizzy coping with my two colleagues and me.There hardly were any other guests and we had the run of the place. The bathroom had a very slow geyser! It would take ages to warm up and flow into the bucket, the water pressure being unable to serve the shower. Food was average with the usual run-of-the-mill dishes and difficult to remember what was on the menu the next day. Rates were very high considering the quality and in the absence of other options nearby had to make do here. The couple of staff members however were sincere but need more training. Maintenance of the place is also down and needs some renovation.…
We were not happy with our agent's booking at this hotel but as it was the Hornbill festival appreciated we were lucky to have a booking at all. On arrival we were shown a very small room which we were told was the deluxe one we had booked and not the very standard room it appeared to be. It was small and noisy. The bathroom was big but with unpredictable hot water. It was described as a business hotel but had no wifi. On the second day we were moved into a suite which had suddenly become available. It was ridiculously large , had the same hard bed and larger but still basic bathroom but we appreciated the "upgrade." It also had a dining table which meant we could enjoy a private dining serviced in our room with our travelling companions. Biggest pluses for this hotel are its helpful staff and well prepared food. It was also well located for access to the Hornbill Festival as traffic in Kohima can become quite hectic at that time of year.…