Lakshmi Heritage Tourist Home, Hampi
Ranked 15 of 90 hotels in Hampi
Phone Number +91-9481715421
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I booked using Make My Trip app and it was a decent hotel to stay. The house owners are a lady and her husband. They both are friendly and helping. The rooms were clean with good maintenance The only problem was the A/C was leaking water inside after a couple of hours during the night and it made the curtains wet. The house owners were very kind and help you with information about places to visit in Hampi, travel inside Hampi. You should be cautious in the afternoon since monkeys roam around, bang doors and windows. Don't open or give them attention. They are mischievous and will roam around the streets and you can find them everywhere in Hampi.
Play it by the ear is exactly what we did when we decided to book this place online. We were a group of six and planned to be out all day, looking around Hampi or rock climbing, checking out the riverside or crossing over for a chilled bear on a hot noon. So the hotel really didn't figure on a priority for very high comfort. The owners and caretakers are very accommodating. Always smiling and taking care to deal with the littlest issue one might bring up. Not perhaps succeeding all the time, but with that hospitable attitude, did it matter, nah! They provided mostly all basics, and those they didn't were easily available just a step down. So we weren't too concerned. Comfortable clean accommodation, good AC, and proximity to all the nice eating places. As well as to the little market and Hampi town, walk out and its all there. So location is recommended. You can buy all you may need- water cool drinks, ciggies, nail cutter batteries anything just step outside. They have a cool terrace to sit out of an evening. Watch the Tungabhadra river flow past languidly or just walk down to the water and dip your feet in. Located amongst little quaint streets with tightly packed in boxy guest houses and Lakshmi Heritage Tourist Home is a comfy enough place without fancy frills. Great for the backpacker with budget a tad on the higher side! Worth the money for Hampi is a hot destination, figuratively and actually. Stay here if you are the easy going tourist who likes a comfortable clean accommodation but isn't overly concerned about the extras and frills .
I visited this hotel in the month of February and was a holiday trip. The place was excellent and the location of the hotel was also very good. The hotel was easily accessible. The appearance of the hotel was average and the front office of the hotel was average as the interaction of the staff's at the reception was not that good. The hotel was booked online. Rooms in the hotel were good but the services provided by the hotel were average. I have any food in the hotel in the hotel so I don't know about the foods. I don't know about the travel desk facility as I use my own. The overall experience of the hotel stay was good.
Hampi is an ancient town and you will see lot of traditional homes nearby the hotel. Town is divided by Tungabhadra river and there is huge difference in between both the sides. At one side of the river you get booze and non veg and the other side is religious where you will not find booze and non veg. And Laxmi Heritage falls on the drier side, but that is not a let down as there will be ferries all day long to help you cross the river with a fare of 10 per person. To catch a ferry you just need to walk 3-4 minutes from the hotel. Hotel is reallocated near to most happening crowd places like Funky Monkey and Mango tree. At evenings those will be the restaurants you would like to go Coming on to the hotel conditions there is nothing fancy about the outer appearance. Rooms are neat and clean with AC and beds are way too cosy. They have a huge mirror attached to the wall in each room on the side where you keep the head. It will be fun if you are a couple (if you know what I mean). Bathroom is neat and spacious enough with 24/7 hot water. Staff were extremely courteous and will attend to any of your problems. Just to mention the incident that we ran out of cash and there is only one ATM in the town which remains closed at night. If you need cash you can get it from some tour and travel shop who will give money by swiping your card and will charge 5%. But we did not want that instead we asked the guy at hotel and he happily lend us some money for the night I had booking for only a night but on the day of departure felt like stretching the trip and I was lucky enough to find a room again at Laxmi. Overall, the hotel is recommended but don't expect too much on the facilities.
Its like a stay in a small village ubiquitous, of small lanes cattle moving around etc. But the difference is that all the small houses are small guest houses accommodating international tourists. No guest house had workers all managed by the house holds. The Lakshmi heritage is one of them managed by a couple and a brother. All of them are always available and at your service smilingly. You feel at home. But don't expect any food there, but you will get all the national and international cuisines in the same lane. The place is adjacent to the Virupaksha temple and the beautiful Tunga bhadra river on the other side. Room is clean but very small, no place to move around. And no wardrobe for keeping your clothes nor any table for keeping your things. But still, it is a nice place to stay and move around by foot to nearest monuments and the temple, or by three wheelers.
During the month of July 2016 I had been to Hampi and made my stay in Lakshmi Heritage Tourist Home. It was my holiday trip with alone. My travel destination was average. The hotel location was average. I would rate the appearance of the hotel as very good. I would rate the front desk staff as very good as they are friendly and provided correct information. I booked my room through online. I would rate the services in the hotel were very good with immediate response. The hotel room was very good because of nice view and facilities. I would rate food as good because of taste and price is not high.
Lakshmi Heritage Tourist Home is ranked #15 among the 90 hotels in Hampi with an average rating of 4.8 out of 7. It is one of the 24, 2-star Guest Houses in Hampi. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 11 photos, 96 text reviews and 1 video reviews. it is rated top for its Destination, Location and Room.
The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 1,600 to Rs 2,000 per night. The hotel offer 10 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.
The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Group (33%) and Family (25%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 41% of guests enjoy the hotel's relaxed environment, whereas 25% have rated the ambience as magnificent.
Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Jan, Feb and Mar for the best experience.
Virupaksha Bazaar (1 Km), Hampi Bazaar (1 Km), Virupaksha Temple (1 Km), Akka Tangi Gudda(sister Rocks) (1 Km) and Coracle Crossings (1 Km) are some of the popular sightseeing attractions located near the hotel.
The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay. By providing free wifi access, the hotel makes sure you are always connected to the internet.
Other amenities include Laundry Services, AC and Travel Assistance. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.
If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.
HolidayIQ Reviewer Ami Bhat says, “Beautiful remnants of the yesteryears.This temple is the most often pictured and a landmark of the Hampi heritage tour.” Read More
HolidayIQ Reviewer Prakash Manjrekar adds, “There are sculptures of Varaha and other incarnations of Lord Vishnu.” Read More