I thought this was a lovely heritage hotel, great character, beautiful frescoes, and a marvellous escape from the anonymity and uniformity of many hotels in India. I loved the roof-top restaurant, coal fires and wicker chairs. My only problem was with the shower. The water was freezing (it was December) and the boiler should have been turned ON when the room was reserved (that's what thermostats are for). There was neither a parapet around the shower area, nor any shower curtains, so basically the entire bathroom got drenched each time one needed cleansing. This is not pleasant even if one is solo, and even less if there are more than one person to a room.
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included