Corbett River Side, Corbett
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This hotel is completely a perfect getaway for family vacations time. You all can spend (WE) time together here. I must say location is perfect very close to nature, one can hear the river noise ( A noise which is treat to ears ). This resort is located on the bank of River Kosi. In summer time, you can walk over the river and play with it.One can dream about this beautiful resort, as they have placed so many swings on the bank of river side.Very romantic to watching nature with river front music on the swing.It has very supported and good at service staff. All chefs in the restaurant are very good at food like specially indian sauces ( chutney) and non-veg. They do farming of many vegetables and fruits like Mango, litchi etc, where you and your kid can do the nature walk and teach your kids.All I can say 10/10
We visited this Resort in end of August 2015 and stayed for two nights. Although we spent little time in hotel as came this place for attending conference, but whatever time we spent there was awesome. We had a booking of riverside room, but was not satisfied with view from there. We went to Manager he immediately upgraded us to best room of this resort. Our room (no 143) was just close to river, you can watch the flow of river from you room, also could hear the sounds of water along with voices of bird. The resort is very big and has biggest long riverside area. Breakfast in dinning area in front of river was just awesome. We found this place most peaceful, beautiful in his own unique way. Two days are not sufficient to get the feel of this place, looking forward to visit it for longer duration. Thanks to all staff for making our stay beautiful. Room Tip: just choose room close to river with best view.
I visited resort with my family for 3 nights. Hotel location along river side is good. Hotel is quite expensive but the services do not match price being paid. Need to pay for even water from 2nd day onwards (can you imagine? ) Appearance needs a lot of improvement as there is lot of dust due to lack of grass and plants. Room heating arrangement is pathetic so avoid going there in winters. For meal, it is better to arrive as early as possible during meal timings to avoid crowd. Because kitchen staff is not trained for handling more number of persons at one time. You may have to wait for 30 mins or more for your orders, which are being prepared during buffet. There is no facility for driver stay so make your own arrangement or it may turn out to be very expensive for you. There are few good restaurants outside. Also, there is adventure park nearby for kids but expensive.
A very enjoyable holiday spent at the resort. The location of the hotel is fantastic, right in the bank of Koshi river. The rooms are very spacious with all amenities. Food quality is excellent and varied for all tastes. Staff are quite cooperative. The orchards in the resort is the added attraction. Only negative is the distance of the restaurant from the rooms.
Tyger! Tyger! burning bright, In the forests of the night ..... This lovely poem by William Blake is what possibly draws a lot of foreigners to the enigmatic jungle land of Corbett National Park. For most of us in India, the wonderful book (and movie) with its background setting in the Jungles of India - Jungle Book (by Rudyard Kipling) bewitches many people to travel to this place to catch a glimpse of the much feared pride of the jungle - Sher Khan, the tiger. People of all ages - kids, men, women, the elderly, are excited at the prospect of meeting the great beast. Kids, who otherwise thrown tantrums for getting up on time for their daily seemingly arduous journey to their schools, are up and ready before 5 a.m. to venture out for the safari to see the tiger (in action they presume). Alas! Most of them overestimate the extent to which Sher Khan shares their enthusiasm for the rendezvous. For the Tiger remains elusive, and is someone you would rarely get to see here. As it is, the Sher Khan population in this region has fallen badly over the years (just like the Sher, sorry, Share Prices these days). Having been to Corbett many times (the fourth time in April 08), I have been privileged to go on a safari thrice - and each time all I have been able to see are deers, sambhars, some wild fowl, peacocks, wild boars et al. I was fortunate enough only to see some tiger pugmarks - Alas! No tiger. Despite this setback, Corbett is one place everyone must visit at least once, and also venture out on a safari. The serenity and enigma of the jungle is simply amazing. One can go for a safari of a shorter duration to places such as Bijrani or Jhirna, or for a longer one to Dhikala. Of course, the chances of seeing a tiger (as I am told) increase with the amount of time one spends in the jungle. The recommended place is Corbett River Side resort. Great place to stay at - located right next to river Kosi with a huge cliff rising in front, and with greenery all around. The rooms have an excellent view (make sure you choose one with a river view), service is good and there are additional facilities such as a swimming pool, table tennis, horse riding, among others. One can experience an elephant ride (a mahout sits with one close to the resort), or just laze around in a hammock. The Museum dedicated to Jim Corbett, the great hunter and conservationist, is only a few kilometers from this resort, however, there is not much to see there except some tiger skins, elephant tusks and some photos, along with a bust of Jim Corbett.
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