Hampi Hotels

Sunny Guest House, Hampi

Virupapur Gadde (Hampi Island) Sanapur Post

Ranked 20 amongst 87 hotels in Hampi

5.4/7 11 Reviews
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Destination
6.3 / 7
Location
6.0 / 7
Appearance
5.7 / 7
Front Office
4.8 / 7
Service
4.7 / 7
Room
5.2 / 7
Food & Drink
5.9 / 7
Activities
4.2 / 7

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Sunny Guest House Reviews (11)


2 Reviews

"Cab facility was provided"

5.3/7
Posted 10 Dec, 2016

The location of the hotel was very good. The transportation facility was not nearby the hotel. The cab facility was provided by the hotel. The garden was not available. There was no delay in check in and checkout. Service of the hotel was done on time. The hotel staff’s behaviour was friendly. The room was spacious and comfortable. The Wi-Fi facility was provided in the room. The variety of food was available. I had non-vegetarian food from the hotel. The activity was not available in the hotel. I had visited this hotel alone for trip. There was no suggestion for this hotel. I would not recommend this hotel for other travellers.

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2 Reviews | 7 Readers

Mumbai
3 Reviews | 446 Readers

". A good place to start travel around Hampi"

6.5/7
Posted 10 Dec, 2015

This guest house is situated on the other side of the river but is easily accessible by regular boat . It is surrounded by gardens and lush paddy fields. It offers good accommodation at budget prices and is quite popular with foreign backpackers . It has a restaurant which has a wide varierty of local and international cuisine . A good place to start travel around hampi. Being on the other side of the river you can easily travel to other lesser known destinations such as kishkinda ( the place where hanuman,bali and the monkey troops lived . Andthe caves Bali was killed in by Rama as mentioned in ramayana) and the prehistoric caves with stone age paintings dating back 35,000 years at onakikindi.

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Salem
15 Reviews | 9459 Readers

"Great place to stay, ultimate location"

7.0/7
Posted 30 Oct, 2015

This place is just great to stay its bit difficult to reach the place but once you reach its ultimate the location ,the way its set up and the services are too good we had taken brick cottage it was good i think bamboo cottages would have been more good next time

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1 Review | 311 Readers

"Excellent view with awesome stay"

5.7/7
Posted 30 Jan, 2015

i been to guest house on 23nd and i want to stay two nights but after being there i extended another two nights amazing place and people they guide you excllent and about food good but late and one thing prefer view rooms room no 19 20 25 24 23 with excellent view of paddy and mountain view and my wife liked it vwery much

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Delhi
5 Reviews | 4703 Readers

"Good food but pathetic cottages and the service"

2.4/7
Posted 29 Jan, 2015

We traveled with friends to hampi to enjoy a visit to the hills & ruins of hampi a world heritage site. We had a harrowing experience from the outset, as the resort management could not first guide us to the resort well and wasted at least couple of hours with directions while we were hardly 3-4 kms away from the spot. Communication is a huge concern and service is pathetic ...no hot water in the morning or evenings, rude workforce, demanding frontoffice/owners. They do not have any reservation or pre-booking facility online, and hence more discomfort as they give away good rooms if you are late to their checkin time of 10 AM. While the saving grace was the food and the restaurant is comfy and food was tasty, but again service takes almost an hour to arrive. I would definitely avoid staying in this cottages instead look for better option nearby like the Hampi Boulders or Vijaya Heritage instead of this place.

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Hyderabad
1 Review | 460 Readers

"Helpful staff; good location; spacious rooms"

5.0/7
Posted 12 Nov, 2014

Hampi stay was the most memorable part of ouor trip, thanks to the amazing Sunny guest house for their warm hospitality. We stayed here for 2 days. Mr Naren, the manager of this guest house is a nice, friendly man. He personally attends to your needs. From a cup of morning tea to a towel, he is there to provide you everything. The rooms provide you excellent view of the rocks and the lush green fields.You can trek to the nearby hillocks which is stone's throw from this place. Situated in Virupapur Reserve Forest, this place is situated on the banks of Tungabhadra river.The rooms are spacious, frugally organised but clean. Bathrooms are good but water in the taps run slow. Though they provide mosquito net, mosquitoes menace could be one of the concerns but is advisable to carry mosquito repellent and mats too. Since we went in off-season the room rent were quite low. Friendly staff, free and fresh environment would make you want to come back to this place for good.

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Hyderabad
3 Reviews | 3456 Readers

"Spacious room, helpful staff and much more"

5.8/7
Posted 9 Jun, 2014

Hampi was the destination we chose for a get away trip. We were travelling from Hyderabad, and we chose to travel by bus for 2 reasons- 1) economical 2) convenience. The bus dropped us off at Hospet at 3:30 am ( No direct bus to Hampi), which is about half an hour away from Hampi. We hired an auto to take us to Hampi, since it was at an odd hour, the auto charged us Rs. 300. The auto driver, Baasha, was extremely nice and helpful. He helped us find an accomodation immediately since the ferry to take us to Sunny Guest House only starts at 7am. We rested till sunrise at Garden Paradise Guest house. We checked out of Garden Paradise and walked to a small break fast stall by the Tungabadra River. We sat under the tree and were served Hot dosas and puris. We enjoyed the view of kids swimming in the river and an elephant taken for a bath by his master. We had made reservations at Sunny guest house in advance. Even though reservation is not actually needed during off seasons. The guest house was luckily one of the first guest houses, as soon as you get off the ferry and walk up hill. Therefore, it was very convenient for us. We stayed in one of the huts facing the paddy fields and boulders. The view was pleasant , even though the fields are pretty dry during this time of the year. But the coconut trees and garden in the guest house make up for it. The room we stayed in was quite spacious. We payed Rs.500/ night. Our bed was a queen sized bed with a mosquito net. The room was well maintained. The staff cleaned the room and sanitized the room while we were filling out our information at the reception. The staff was very friendly, they were willing to go out of the way to help us. The only problem people might have are the red ants, they are impossible to get rid of. But we kinda got used to their bites. Its all a part parcel of living in Hampi. We also had Mr. frog take a hop inside our room one morning but that did not realy bother us either. All harmless. Wifi was not available at the guest house while we were staying, since it was off season. But we found a really nice cafe called Evergreen cafe close by, a stone throw away from the guest house. They had free wifi and delicious food. They had all kinds of cuisines, like, Italian, Lebanese, Spanish, Limited Indian etc. The only kind of alcohol they serve is Beer. At night, you will enjoy the music played by a local music shop owner, called Gaali. He brings his interesting music instruments and entertain you with his music skills. He will also allow you to try them if you like. The weather in Hampi was extremely hot during day time. But gets pleasant by 4pm. It rained every evening during our stay. When the rain stopped, we rented a bike and went for a bike ride to Kamplapur Lake. The weather made the bike ride beautiful and the view of the lake was magnificent. You can go rock climbing on the near by boulders. You will capture the most beautiful pictures in your camera. We also climbed the Matunga Hill/sunset point for catch the sunset. Though it was too cloudy that day, we enjoyed the view from a high point. You will have climb over 500 steps to get to the top. We also visited the Queen's bath, Vitala Temple, Elephant caves and other historical places. But our purpose of the trip was to just chill and relax, so we did not see alot of historical monuments. The best part is almost every localite speaks fluent English. So you will have no problem communicating with people there. Unfortunately everyone one in the town are dependent on BSNL for the internet. And it is a common problem for you to be deprived of wifi for days together. Luckily we discovered Shanti Guest house, who were the only ones using D-link. So, if you are ever in a situation where you're in need of free wifi. Then run to Shanthi Guest house.

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Pune
2 Reviews | 2191 Readers

"Located at the edge of a huge paddy field"

5.3/7
Posted 13 Mar, 2013

Sunny Guest house had the advantage of a very nice location, located at the edge of a huge paddy field, with the rocky Hampi boulders visible from your bamboo cottage and a thick grove of coconut trees. We were practically the only Indian people there as most of the other lodgers were Israelis and other foreigners.

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Hyderabad
1 Review | 2247 Readers

"Nice experience"

5.6/7
Posted 14 Jan, 2012

If you are looking to take a break from your busy work schedule, if you want to hit the refresh button, then Hampi is the place to be in. Fine weather, scenic landscape, architectural magnificence and exquisite international cuisines, all these factors combined toghether made my trip to Hampi and my stay at Sunny guest house more than fulfilling. But make sure you spend atleast 3 days in Hampi.

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Salem
15 Reviews | 9459 Readers

"Great place to stay, ultimate location"

7.0/7
Posted 30 Oct, 2015

This place is just great to stay, it's bit difficult to reach the place but once you reach it's ultimate location. The way it's set up and the services are too good. We had taken brick cottage, it was good. I think bamboo cottages would have been more good.

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Mumbai
3 Reviews | 446 Readers

". A good place to start travel around Hampi"

6.5/7
Posted 12 Dec, 2015

This guest house is situated on the other side of the river but is easily accessible by regular boat. It is surrounded by gardens and lush paddy fields. It offers good accommodation at budget prices and is quite popular with foreign backpackers. It has a restaurant which has a wide variety of local and international cuisine. A good place to start travel around Hampi. Being on the other side of the river you can easily travel to other lesser known destinations such as Kishkinda ( the place where hanuman, bali and the monkey troops lived. And the caves Bali was killed in by Rama as mentioned in ramayana) and the prehistoric caves with stone age paintings dating back 35, 000 years at one Kikindi.

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3 Reviews

"Cab facility was provided"

5.3/7
Posted 11 Jan

The location of the hotel was very good. The transportation facility was not nearby the hotel. The cab facility was provided by the hotel. The garden was not available. There was no delay in check in and checkout. Service of the hotel was done on time. The hotel staff’s behaviour was friendly. The room was spacious and comfortable. The Wi-Fi facility was provided in the room. The variety of food was available. I had non-vegetarian food from the hotel. The activity was not available in the hotel. I had visited this hotel alone for trip. There was no suggestion for this hotel. I would not recommend this hotel for other travellers.

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Hyderabad
3 Reviews | 3456 Readers

"Spacious room, helpful staff and much more"

5.8/7
Posted 10 Jun, 2014

Hampi was the destination we chose for a getaway trip. We were travelling from Hyderabad, and we chose to travel by bus for two reasons- 1) economical 2) convenience. The bus dropped us off at Hospet at 3:30 am ( No direct bus to Hampi), which is about half an hour away from Hampi. We hired an auto to take us to Hampi, since it was at an odd hour, the auto charged us Rs. 300. The auto driver, Baasha, was extremely nice and helpful. He helped us find an accommodation immediately since the ferry to take us to Sunny Guest House only starts at 7am. We rested till sunrise at Garden Paradise Guest house. We checked out of Garden Paradise and walked to a small breakfast stall by the Tungabadra River. We sat under the tree and were served Hot dosas and puris. We enjoyed the view of kids swimming in the river and an elephant taken for a bath by his master. We had made reservations at Sunny guest house in advance. Even though, reservation is not actually needed during off seasons. The guest house was luckily one of the first guest houses, as soon as you get off the ferry and walk up hill. Therefore, it was very convenient for us. We stayed in one of the huts facing the paddy fields and boulders. The view was pleasant , even though the fields are pretty dry during this time of the year. But the coconut trees and garden in the guest house make up for it. The room we stayed in was quite spacious. We payed Rs.500/ night. Our bed was a queen sized bed with a mosquito net. The room was well maintained. The staff cleaned the room and sanitized the room while we were filling out our information at the reception. The staff was very friendly, they were willing to go out of the way to help us. The only problem people might have are the red ants, they are impossible to get rid of. But we kinda got used to their bites. Its all a part parcel of living in Hampi. We also had Mr. frog take a hop inside our room one morning but that did not really bother us either. All harmless. Wifi was not available at the guest house while we were staying, since it was off season. But we found a really nice cafe called Evergreen cafe close by, a stone throw away from the guest house. They had free wi-fi and delicious food. They had all kinds of cuisines, like, Italian, Lebanese, Spanish, Limited Indian etc. The only kind of alcohol they serve is Beer. At night, you will enjoy the music played by a local music shop owner, called Gaali. He brings his interesting music instruments and entertain you with his music skills. He will also allow you to try them if you like. The weather in Hampi was extremely hot during day time. But gets pleasant by 4 pm. It rained every evening during our stay. When the rain stopped, we rented a bike and went for a bike ride to Kamplapur Lake. The weather made the bike ride beautiful and the view of the lake was magnificent. You can go rock climbing on the nearby boulders. You will capture the most beautiful pictures in your camera. We also climbed the Matunga Hill/sunset point for the catch the sunset. Though it was too cloudy that day, we enjoyed the view from a high point. You will have climb over 500 steps to get to the top. We also visited the Queen's bath, Vitala Temple, Elephant caves and other historical places. But our purpose of the trip was to just chill and relax, so we did not see a lot of historical monuments. The best part is almost every locality speaks fluent English. So you will have no problem communicating with people there. Unfortunately, everyone one in the town is dependent on BSNL for the internet. And it is a common problem for you to be deprived of wi-fi for days together. Luckily we discovered Shanti Guest house, who were the only ones using D-link. So, if you are ever in a situation where you're in need of free wi-fi. Then run to Shanthi Guest house.

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Sunny Guest House Overview

Sunny Guest House is ranked #20 among the 87 hotels in Hampi with an average rating of 5.4 out of 7. It is one of the among 2-star Guest Houses in Hampi. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 8 photos, 11 text reviews and 1 video reviews and is rated top for its Destination, Location and Food & Drink.

The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 800 to Rs 900 per night. 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 Couple (33%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 33% of guests enjoy the hotel's magnificent architecture, whereas 33% have rated the ambience as relaxed.

Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Oct, Nov and Dec for the best experience.

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, Restaurant, Travel Assistance and 24 Hours Front Desk. 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.

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