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Star Hotels in Kausani
There are 17 Three Star Hotels in Kausani and most popular 3 star hotels in Kausani are Sun n Snow Inn, Stay Well Resort, Himalaya Mount View Resort, Chevron Mountain Villa, Krishna Mountview Resort, Chevron Eco Lodge, Blossom Hotel & Resort, Divya Darshan Ashraya Resort, Pine Havens Hotel, Pratiksha Himalayan Retreat.
Hotels in Kausani by Price
There are 27 Budget hotels in Kausani which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Kausani starts from 300. Cheap hotels in Kausani may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
There are 4 Luxury hotels in Kausani which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Kausani hotels starts from 5550 and goes to 10000, which is charged by Kausani luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Kausani include premium amenities like bathtubs, jacuzzi, sauna, massage services, swimming pool, fitness centre or gym, bar/lounge, restaurant, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning services, valet parking, banquet hall and conference rooms for business meetings.
We 4 families total 11 persons stayed in Heritage Kausani from 24th December 2015 to 27th December 2015. While planning this trip to Kausani we were confused as to which hotel we should choose to stay. After reading lots of reviews we finally decided to stay in Heritage Kausani as 9/10 travelers had praised about the location, Staff and services.
Finally we booked 4 Cottages for 3 Nights 4 Days in Heritage Kausani including the breakfast and dinner meal plan directly through Mr. Nandan over phone. ( It costed us even cheaper than offered by many travel sites like Yatra or Goibibo or Cleartrip Etc ) Mr. Nandan assured us that he would leave no stone unturned to make our trip memorable.
We reached there early in morning on 24th. Although check-in time was 12 noon but as we reached early Mr Nandan already managed to give us 4 Luxury double story bamboo cottages. The rooms were very cosy, spacious, neat and clean with 24 hours supply of hot water. In night room heaters were available on request. Kids enjoyed the bunk bed in these duplex cottages. On arrival we were given welcome drinks. Everyday breakfast and dinner was prepared as per order of our choice.
In morning telescope was provided to view snow covered peaks of himalayas as well as the sun rise. Daily evening a bonfire and light music was arranged in garden area. On christmas 25th december special barbeque as well as cake was also arranged along with bon fire and light music by mr. Nandan.
We were provided guided tour to baijnath temple, anasakti ashram, sumitra nandan gallery, tea gardens and shawl factory on first day. Guided trekking tour to rudradhari falls caves and temple as well as kot bhramari temple on second day. On third day guided tour to bageshwar and patal Bhuvneshwar was arranged. 27th morning we checked out.
On the whole this trip proved out to be most memorable trip of our life. It was above our expectations. Totally paisa vasool trip.
Staff & service: Although each and every staff was very nice, helpful, cooperative & courteous still mr. Kundan mr. Mahesh, mr. Chandan etc ( to name a few ) left no stone unturned to make us feel at home. Mr. Nandan as team leader managed everything so well including our daily tours or meals or christmas eve that we never felt we were in a hotel. You say and you get. Mr. Nandan is gem of a person very soft spoken. He is the backbone of this resort. In these 4 days they all seemed like our family members. They provided prompt and personalized service 24x7. In fact dinner time was around 8 pm but we got late on third day while returning from patal Bhuvaneshwar. We reached around 10. 30 pm still whole staff was waiting for us to serve dinner even though they had to start their duties in early morning still they told us to relax and get freshened up without any hurry as per our comfort. That's what we call home away from home. 10/10 for staff & service
Food: Food was very yummy. We ate north Indian, south Indian, chinese etc during this 4 day stay. Everyday meals were prepared according to our choice. In breakfast eggs to order ( boiled/ omelet), stuffed parathas, chole bhatura, poori bhaji, sandwiches, aloo bondas, upma, poha, corn flakes,, milk/tea/coffee etc. ( buffet system ). In dinner soup followed by one seasonal veg, one paneer dish, one non veg dish ( if you want ), roti/ naan dal, rice, papad, sweet dish ( buffet system ). One day they specially prepared their local dish called bhutwa saag and matwa ki roti ( don't remember the name exactly ) which was similar to our sarson ka saag and makke ki roti. Daily soup was served before dinner. Everyday in morning and evening tea / coffee was served in garden area while sunrise & sun set time. Excellent food for a very reasonable price. On the whole 10/10 for food.
Location & view : This resort is located at a beautiful location lil away ( 3 km) from crowded area of kausani. Superb ambiance. It is surrounded by lush green tea gardens and pine trees. Splendid view of nanda devi peaks and trishul can be seen from very cottage balcony. Sun rise view is undoubtedly one of the top attraction. 10/10 for location.
In the end I would like to sincerely thank mr. Nandan and whole staff to make this trip so enjoyable and comfortable. We enjoyed our stay so much that on coming back we have recommended this resort to many of our friends and relatives, in fact one of my friend is already on way to kausani and will reach on 2nd january 2016 for 3 nights 4 days trip.
I would strongly recommend this resort to everyone who is visiting Kausani. Just book this resort blindfolded. If I could give 100/10 for this resort and team. Kudos. Keep it up, we will surely visit once again in this year 2016 .
In the lap of nature, a den of love with peaceful ambiance
When you get to see different views of the Himalayas and have glimpses of spectacular sights from nearly every corner of the hotel - often the tranquil solemn forests swept with mists and often the great silvery pics or in general the richly tinged backdrop from different angles, it's complete bliss. This is one hotel that keeps in tune with the aura of the nature around as if it's a part of the greenery amidst which it exists.
The hotel is abundantly spacious & huge enough to accommodate many rooms -large and medium (from extravagant/deluxe to mediocre), many balconies (small, cosy to long), quite a number of terraces (which appears airy & pleasing), party lawns, courtyards (well maintained & gardened) and garage facility. All these are some common requisites of a good hotel - but what this hotel offers more is the glorious view it provides, the sublime location, the homely treatment and that extra beauty in which it is moulded - which the pics can only define & all for these you have to be there.
The eccentricity & speciality of the hotel that fascinated me was the mid terrace perfectly placed in the lap of nature - there swinging in a hammock and looking out into the panorama, enjoying the complete tranquillity which is only interrupted by bird songs & chirp. While the single cosy balconies takes you to the mysterious woods ahead, the back balconies that run long, straight offers a view of the entire vista. Here you don't have any swimming pool but what you have is the divine roof top, which lets you catch the sight of paradise. At night only silence pervades and one can hear distant howl of jackals and buzzing of crickets.
Kausani is the place of meditative calm & mystery and so is this hotel. Conveniently situated at almost the summit, where from narrow paths for only pedestrians run. The vicinity of the hotel too is hardly populated to give a quiet look. And you would not find shopping zones nearby at so high an altitude. The secret nooks of the hotel and spiral stair cases are intriguing and ideal. So you can spend days there all by yourself if you have nowhere to go.
Average hotel-rooms are well-furnished, modest and comfortable enough, with a fireplace, AC and nice wash rooms/toilets, & avails ready room service. Mostly are with wooden walls, ceiling and one sided glass walls and large windows with balcony for a forest view.
There is a restaurant adjacent to the kitchen (underdeveloped but homely) where you may order whatever you want to satisfy your appetite, but the taste might not always be up to your expectation. Yet what is impressive is the earnest endeavour of the cook and staff & when they serve you steaming pakoras with coffee, carrying them right up to the roof-top whenever you want. But the staff goes off post 8pm and you have to finish your dinner quite early, by their time.
There are scopes for betterment, for better maintenance and development to become a 5star, but I like & acclaim what it is now. Not only the scenic charm that it provides for its advantageous location, it has a beauty of it's own. Though a group of chattering monkeys may come over and make faces, grin and take away your stuffs, but it's challenging to handle these notorious creatures. There are pets kept to keep the monkeys away, a white pony (Chotu's pony), a white fluffy Labrador & a couple of black-white cats (who roam about the courtyard and garage area)
I should end up with a special note on the hospitality & warm reception of the owner & some staff, the relation that they shared with us which will make me revisit the place soon and stay nowhere else, but here. I specially enjoyed the dusk here and sunset, when the birds returning across the twilight sky, the 'cowboy' staff garaged his pony in the courtyard and the bells chimed and tingled from the tiny temple at the edge of the courtyard - a bliss.
Went with family for spending some time at Kausani. During 1st Week of December 2013, by our car. Took around 12 hrs for the travel with stop for lunch & tea. Road from Delhi to Rampur was very good. Rampur to Rudrapur very very bad and from Rudrapur onwards it was fine except some very small patches of road which got affected due to flow of water. Amenities - Did online booking in advance- no hassles, took printout and produced in the Reception. They also had intimation about the booking. Linens are changed on alternate days. 2 small soap bars provided. Bath towels, Almirahs with hangars, plastic chairs for sitting in balcony etc are provided.Situation of property - slightly away from the main town - approx.2 kms. The views are excellent - situated in a place with unobstructed views of the Trishul- Nanda Devi range. The room had TV with Tata Sky DTH with approx.60 channels. 24 hrs hot water was provided by the geyser. Services - Very courteous staff, helpful, and cooperative. Since our rate was inclusive of breakfast and bed tea, we were provided with sufficient quantities. Food ordered were also of very good quality. There were some restrictions in timings - 8 to 1030 for breakfast, 12-3 for lunch, and 730 to 09pm for dinner. Some dishes were not available as some of the vegetables were not produced during this time. Generally, the quantity and quality were very good. Kitchen staff require advance order for preparation of fresh food. Access to nearby places - Since the main town is away, a vehicle will be better.If need be, they arrange for a cab to take you to nearby places according to need and charge accordingly. No credit cards pls.. Only cash is to be paid for the cab as well as for settling with KMVN. Whoever wishes to go to Kausani - Have sufficient cash with you for settling bills, car hire charges etc. ATM - There is a SBI Branch in the main road - Did not see any other ATMs in Kausani. There are ATMs at Someshwar (approx.12 kms before) Baijnath, Garud, Bageshwar and on the way from Kathhodam till Someshwar.Activities - Nearby spots are Anasakthi Ashram (open all days), Pant Museum (closed on Mondays) and Baijnath -Bageshwar-Tea Factory (closed from Nov to March), Shawls from Woollen factory Rudhradhari Water falls - Situated approx.10 kms away from Kausani, persons can trek for approx.3 kms to see this quiet place and enjoy nature and tranquility - Guides are strongly recommended. (rates 100-200) Chances of getting lost are there without guides. Some markings are there on the way but in many places, there are no marks. Its an easy trek with not much steep climbs. small climbs are there but its not tough. There are other treks of about 7 kms and 12kms from the base of Rudhradhari place - but those are tough and for the 12 km trek people advise to stay for the night and return later. Take water with you in case of emergency. A small river will accompany you all the way to Rudhradhari. Apart from sightseeing activities, not much to do except walks, watch TV or have view of the mountain range - Sunrise & Sunset are very much worth watching. The different colors during sunrise or sunset cant be seen in cities. There are different shades of pink, orange etc. Since we stayed for only 4 days we could not go to other places like Munsiyari etc. That might require a longer holiday plans. While coming back to Delhi, we came via a different route through Kaladhungi, Kashipur skipping Rampur and joining in Moradabad, but in this route road constructions are going on and hence some semi paved roads were encountered which increased the time of travel. Distance from - Delhi - approx. 400 kms (+/- 20 km for travelling from diff. parts of city) via Rampur, Rudrapur, kathgodam, Bhimtaal, Almora byepass.Distance via Nainital Kaldhungi, Bazpur, Kashipur, route - approx. 420kms .Both routes contain approx.150kms of hill driving to Kausani. Please use your horns liberally at curves, turns etc as some local transport drivers tend to cut in opp. lane. Roads are very good in Uttarakhand - broad enough for two buses but people have tendency to hasten their trips and cut in the opposite lane. After Almora, the traffic thins out to a very large extent and one encounters nil to very little traffic to Kausani. Leave early from Delhi to reach Kausani before Sunset. Overall if one wishes to relax and have a peaceful time with only bird sounds and quietness, one can visit this place.
Overall my stay there was very comfortable and I stayed there three days and two nights. Location of the hotel was awesome. It was a honeymoon trip before three years. I did book my room in advance but on my arrival I booked another room and they changed it. I faced no problem to find this hotel. I had gone there by private car. Appearance of the hotel was not very attractive. Himalaya view was visible from the room balcony and it was beautiful. I liked the rooms very much of this hotel. Services were prefect. Check-in and check-out facility was not delayed. In Kausani there was a big problem of hot water facility after 4 p. M. And I reached the hotel after 4 p. M. But on my request they had given hot water facility. Room was very spacious and in fact staff of the hotel was cleaning the room regularly. Washroom and furnishing were in clean condition. Wi-fi and other necessity items were available there and they all were functioning properly. I took my food inside the hotel and it was up to the mark but there was a problem of rice. Basic services were excellent and in fact staff of the hotel carried our luggage from room to car. Price wise, the food was expensive. I think I paid 1300 rupees for one day. They should clean their main front to room way and also the lighting facility was very bad outside the restaurant. I have already recommended this hotel to my friends.
Good rooms, modern bathrooms, incredible location, amazing staff and service
After a twelve hour journey from Delhi, we were completely exhausted by the time we reached Pratiksha. However, when we woke up the next morning, the view from the balcony was simply breathtaking, and totally worth the drive.
Coming to the room, the room itself and the bathroom were very clean, even though the furniture is a little dated and the lighting could be better at night, but it is that balcony which makes up for everything else. Oh, and it gets super-cold (we visited in March, and got temperatures around 2'C), so a room heater would have been a very welcome addition!
The check-in process was extremely smooth, with Vicky from the front-desk guiding us and calling us to confirm our arrival intermittently. The polite demeanour and helpful attitude of the staff, who always had smiles on their faces, is something we really appreciated. Room-service is really awesome, actually!
I'd just like to offer some advice on the food: It's a little expensive here, so you would be better off choosing an all-inclusive meal plan when you book. The first night we ordered Chinese because we didn't want to eat heavy, but it was a complete mistake (e.g. they put cucumber in the fried rice), but on the second day, we opted for the Indian food which was truly delicious.
Disadvantages: The hotel is multi-leveled and we didn't find any elevators, so the stairs might be a little difficult for elderly people. There's also no wheel-chair accessibility as far as we could tell. However, did not explore this in great details so please excuse me if I am mistaken about this.