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Andaman & Nicobar is one of the famous beach destination in Andaman & Nicobar . Being a preferred destination for couples, family & kids, Andaman & Nicobar provides different accommodation options for every type of traveler out there. From luxury, budget to cheap hotels, you can book any type based on your requirements. Our simple ranking system helps you identify best deals and discounts in any category. With few simple tips and using appropriate filters, you should be able to easily book online a suitable stay option from given hotel list.
Type of property
Andaman & Nicobar provides variety of accommodation options like B&B, Guest house, Hostel, Lodge, Resorts and Apartment, Serviced apartment. Each of these options provide wide range of amenities. Shreesh Hotel provides Restaurant, Room Service and Doctor On Call , and Blue Sea Hotels has Parking Facility, Laundry Services and AC.
Luxury hotels like Simpsons Hotel, Hilton Craigendarroch Hotel and Swallow Hotel Thainstone House provide all the comfort in the world and an experience you will never forget. If you are looking for some cheaper accommodation options then Blue Planet, U.K. Nest and Sealand Tourist Home are among the highly rated budget hotels in Andaman & Nicobar. You will be able to book hotels like APWD Guest House, R.G. Lodge and P.L.S. Bhavan Hotel having tariff below Rs 1000 easily. The highest price for budget hotels like Blue Planet, APWD Guest House and Sealand Tourist Home will go up to Rs 2500 which makes them a great deal without sacrificing on the quality of rooms and overall stay experience.
Price and Star rating
Andaman & Nicobar offers a wide selection of budget, 3 star and 5 star hotels and resorts with their tariffs being as cheap as Rs 500 to prices above Rs 10,000 per night.
If you are in a mood to splurge and experience few luxuries without spending too much, then book properties like Pristine Beach Resort where the price for a room will be up to Rs 4500. If you are looking for cheaper options, you can try out budget options like which offer basic amenities with good lodging and are economical. If you are visiting Andaman & Nicobar in off-season, then check out some of the best deals and discounts offered by The Deeside Inn and Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen City Centre on hotel packages.
No matter whether you want to stay close to the market, near bus stand, railway station or somewhere close to the nature in the outskirts, there are multiple stay options available for booking and you will be spoilt for choice.
Booking hotels around popular localities like will allow you to cover most of the famous attractions in minimum time.
Different travelers have different preferences when it comes to selecting a hotel or a resort. While some may emphasize on location and prefer hotels like near . Others will be on a look-out for the ones with best rates or package deals like Pristine Beach Resort and some give first preference to the amenities, room service & other facilities that a property like Dolphin Yatri Nivas and Fortune Resort Bay Island will be providing during their stay. Irrespective of a specific preference, Andaman & Nicobar has a wide selections of accommodation options that will meet your every need. Pristine Beach Resort, Priya International Hotel, Blue Planet, U.K. Nest and Sealand Tourist Home are some of the best rated hotels for their destination, service, room & location by our travelers.
There is no dearth of information on various options to book your stay option online. This is where the user reviews and photos play an important role in taking a final decision regarding the best fit stay option for you. Priya International Hotel with 106 reviews and Dew Dale Resort with 37 reviews are some of the top reviewed hotels by travelers. U.K. Nest with 11 photos and APWD Guest House with 5 photos are some of the top photographed hotels by travelers. We recommend you read through their reviews before selecting an option for your stay.
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Best Andaman & Nicobar Hotel Reviews
- An outstanding stay
- by Blazar58 for Pristine Beach Resort
- Posted Dec 24, 2015
The process of booking etc was very smooth - the manager and staff were very responsive both on the phone and email, and were limited by connectivity only. They were very flexible and accommodative too.
Kalipur is not easy to get to - the best bet is to go by the day bus from Port Blair to Diglipur, (so you experience first hand the length and variety of the Andaman Islands) and then jeep from the bus stop to Pristine Resorts -Rs500) but one can also take the day ferry. The day bus was tolerable - had seats with more leg room than in economy seats of international flights, the ferry rides were pleasant (though loading the buses onto the barges appear hairy, they by-and-large know what they are doing) and we get to see the landscapes. Several toilet stops with Indian-style clean toilets that have functional doors and taps with running water. Return may be best by night ferry back to Port Blair. Pristine resorts were very helpful in getting return tickets. We could not make the night ferry because it does not run every night, so had to take the SS night bus. Seats were similar to the day bus, as were the toilet stops, but they played loud music the whole time (saying the driver needed it!), they left a bright light in the aisle on the whole time, besides having super-bright decorative and flashing coloured lights to light up their gods, which were also on through the night. All of this happened even when driving through the reserve forest in the convoy. More conducive to exhaustion than sleep :( The road travel is constrained by the timings of the government convoy through the reserve area (it is mandatory that the drive through the reserve area is done as part of the convoy), but buses seem to get priority and the whole thing worked pretty smoothly.
The resort: The location is brilliant. Walking distance from sea, a longish walk or auto rickshaw ride to the foot of the Saddle Peak hike, and a 20-minute rickshaw ride away from the Aerial jetty from where the ferries to Ross&Smith islands ply. The turtle-nesting monitoring hut of the forest department is a stone's throw away so we got to see a sea turtle too.
The food and service is outstanding. Every single member of the staff was excellent, extending personal attention. They were flexible with the timings too, feeding us before our early morning outings and providing us packed lunch.
We got a very good guide to climb Saddle Peak. They also rent out snorkelling masks, tubes and flippers at very reasonable rates, which we rented to go snorkelling in Ross&Smith.
The rooms at Pristine were clean and generally OK but had a major drawback: They did not have netting on the windows to keep the mosquitoes out, so we were forced to turn the air-conditioner on even with beautiful weather outside. The bathroom was very clean and comfortable, but lacked aeration and sunlight. Perhaps because of being shut off without enough aeration they seemed to be a nice field for cockroaches! Pristine does have log huts which have a more open feel and are not air-conditioned, and we would have preferred those, but these huts were not functional during our stay.
A resort that claims to be eco-friendly ought not to depend on air-conditioning especially in weather such as the Andamans, since it is easy to keep the heat out using high-level ventilation, fans, thatched verandahs and greenery. And mosquitoes should be kept out with netting on the windows and an optional net for the bed. Besides, being denied the feel of the sea breeze during the night was sad.
- Excellent food and service
- by Sheetal Sheets for Blue Planet
- Posted Dec 8, 2011
Best Experience: i gained 5 kgs and thanks to the yummy sea food esp the jumbo sized prawns and the delicious morning breakfast bread with cheese omlette. unlimited fun snorkelling.
Worst Experience: actually none, but was slightly disappointed that there is not much night life, but nevertheless, its a safe and sound place and you are too tired by evening to even enjoi night life, cos you have too much to do during the day.
- Excellent stay and awesome experience!!
- by Kirti Sinhal for Pristine Beach Resort
- Posted Feb 27, 2016
We were delighted as our deluxe stay was upgraded to a super deluxe as they had availability issues. The rooms were neat and clean. The amenities were good too.
The food was the most delightful part as we had not expected such exquisite taste in such part of the world. It really tasted better than some restaurants in Mumbai.
Also Mr. Alex took us to experience Turtle Nesting at Kalipur Beach in the night but we were not fortunate enough to have seen that.
Really enjoyed the stay here and also the hospitality of Mr. ALex. I would definitely recommend for honeymoon couples to visit the property.
- Pricing for dishes are very reasonable
- by Thiravida Selva for Pristine Beach Resort
- Posted Dec 14, 2013
The place is located closer to the beach inside a organic farm surrounded with coconut groove,Primary jungle's and paddy field,they have a bar and two restaurant(one for breakfast,indoor activity,and the other one serves lunch and dinner(here you can have fresh catch of the day like fish,crab,prawns etc),their pricing for dishes are very reasonable.
The rooms and the toilets are very clean,their beds are soft and comfortable, all in all they have maintained the place well,The cream of the cake is the owner and the staff of the resort,they are supper helpful and friendly with no hidden thought's behind their service.
There are few shops in the village where you could buy all your basic requirements,they also have few tea stalls where you could have tea and interact with the villagers.
I would strongly recommend this place for all other travelers who like nature,birds chirping in the morning,turtle nesting at night,beautiful white sandy beach,cave, trekking, mud volcano,best snorkeling .(It is definitely not for the people who wants to have party) this place is for nature lovers.
The tourist's are recommended to carry good quality mask and snorkel and torch,apparently the snorkeling in Kalipur beach and towards Craggy island is the best of all, so far i have seen in Andaman s.Ask the people in the resort to take you for turtle nesting in the night,please do not venture by your self.
- Well-maintained property
- by Patel for Pristine Beach Resort
- Posted Dec 23, 2015