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Turns Out These 10 Hidden Hotels Can Help You Getaway From All Your Worries In Life

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Sometimes we just need to unplug from the world and internet that keeps us in a constant state of flux. HolidayIQ Travellers list down 10 hidden hotels that will help you relax.

Turns Out These 10 Hidden Hotels Can Help You Getaway From All Your Worries In Life:

  1. Elephant Valley, Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu)
  2. The Tamara, Coorg (Karnataka)
  3. Glenburn Estate, Darjeeling (West Bengal)
  4. Otter Creek Tents, Goa
  5. Cardamom House, Madurai (Tamil Nadu)
  6. Tree House Hideaway, Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh)
  7. Serenity, Wayanad (Kerala)
  8. Auli Resort, Auli (Uttarakhand)
  9. The Nest Cottages, Nainital (Uttarakhand)
  10. The Red Mud Chalet, Sikkim

1. Elephant Valley, Kodaikanal

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HolidayIQ Traveller Devasena Chandrashekhar from Adoor shares, “Tucked away from the crowds of kodaikanal. Elephant valley is about 20kms from Kodai, at perumal Malai. The place is beautiful and serene, lush vegetation with a perennial stream running through the resort. The service is very good and the continental food is outstanding. However, the food pricing seems a bit steep, comparable to any good restaurant in a big city. The rooms are very nice and done up well-in ethnic style, but the maintenance can be better. While rooms are clean, the wear and tear is beginning to tell. We stayed at the Gangavaram cottage which was close to the restaurant area but yet not public. Good trekking options around.”

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52 Reviews | 47 Sightseeings | 21 Photos

2. The Tamara, Coorg

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HolidayIQ Traveller Maheshwari shares, “I had heard a lot about the Tamara before I decided to go to Coorg. Though I felt it was a bit expensive it was worth every paisa we paid. The drive to the resort on the cement road and the welcome we received was a pleasant surprise. The cottages which are built entirely with wood are very unique (it has to be seen to be believed ). The open balcony with an excellent view mesmerized us. The restaurant with a glass bottom and the indoor games, rooms are built in a breathtaking location. The picnic spot with the falls and the coffee making experience caught us by surprise. The only thing we were disappointed was the inability to get an appointment at the spa. The resort is located on a hill top in a coffee estate with a wonderful view all round.”

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19 Ratings | 19 Reviews | 43 Sightseeings | 14 Photos

3. Glenburn Estate, Darjeeling

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HolidayIQ Traveller Ankur Konar from Kolkata shares, “Wonderful hostess made our welcome amazing .Glenburn Tea Estate is a heavenly little plantation retreat set on a hillock above the banks of the River Rangeet, deep in the Himalayas, overlooking the Kanchenjunga peaks.We were all thrilled with our rooms which were large & spacious and beautifully decorated.”

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20 Ratings | 20 Reviews | 75 Sightseeings | 9 Photos

4. Otter Creek Tents, Goa

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HolidayIQ Traveller Tanushree Saha from Masamba shares, “This is a fantastic place to stay in morjim. I stayed in the tent house here it was a different experience compared to the stay in room. Service was very good , food was extraordinary  Beach view was amazing, lot of privacy is available.”

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8 Ratings | 8 Reviews | 8 Photos

5. Cardamom House, Madurai

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HolidayIQ Traveller Sathish Rajan from Coimbatore shares, “This is the Nice Hotel in one of the Great Hotels in Madurai. Stayed 2 nights and enjoyed well. Nice service and good reception. They provided what we want. The room was very comfortable and adoptable. The food provided by them was very nice. Sightseeing is excellent from my room. Overall a good tour Experience.”

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17 Ratings | 17 Reviews | 13 Sightseeings | 2 Photos

6. Tree House Hideaway, Bandhavgarh

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HolidayIQ Traveller Pritho Saxena from Gurgaon shares, “Treehouse is a wonderful concept delightfully implemented! It\'s a must stay! Getting there is a bit tough, but the location and the actual rooms make it worthwhile. The company of the manager (Aditya) and the partner (Danny, he also couples up as a naturalist) is enjoyable. Bandhavgarh is the best place to sight tigers and we did get lucky, seeing six tigers in three days. Hey we even saw a pug mark in the resort ground! Nothing much to do in the night, the safaris remain the focus of the trip. The staff at the Tree House will go out of their ways to make your stay special, ask for a picnic by the pond or even a bon-fire, they are ready to oblige.”

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8 Ratings | 8 Reviews | 24 Sightseeings | 11 Photos

7. Serenity, Wayanad

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HolidayIQ Traveller Sankar Bose shares, “The location of the hotel was little scheduled and was difficult to access. The interior and exterior of hotel was good. The room was spacious, clean and well maintained. The basic requirements like geyser, fridge was present in proper condition. There was no good view from hotel. The food was good both in quality and taste. Both vegetarian and non vegetarian food was available. Apart from the fire camp no other indoor and outdoor activities were available. Overall hotel was good, satisfactory and recommendable.”

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34 Ratings | 34 Reviews | 47 Sightseeings | 7 Photos

8. The Auli Resort, Auli

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HolidayIQ Traveller Irfan Ahmed from Delhi shares, “It was a family vacation trip. The hotel location was wonderful. A lot of snowfall could be seen there. There was a cable car provided by the hotel. The staff at the hotel were friendly and very helpful. The hotel had provided winter gadgets, gumboots for skiing and other activities. The food was excellent and reasonably priced.”

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51 Ratings | 51 Reviews | 10 Sightseeings | 3 Photos

9. The Nest Cottage, Nainital

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HolidayIQ Traveller Kanika Grotra from Gurgaon shares, “We went there to enjoy the scenic beauty of Nainital. The cottages were as good as they looked in pictures. But you can't say that the hotel was value for money. No television was provided at the room, nothing to entertain the guests, no toothpaste brush were provided. No room service was there, If you want something, you can order it but you have to go to kitchen to take it up. Poor room service. In the end we ran out of cash, so there was no facility of card payments. One should visit the place if the above mentioned flaws are acceptable to them."

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9 Ratings | 9 Reviews | 26 Sightseeings | 6 Photos

10. The Red Mud Chalet, Sikkim

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HolidayIQ Traveller shares, “Absolutely brilliant. Our stay was fantastic. Exactly as we imagined it to be. TRMC provided to us what we had been looking for. Very comfortable rooms, excellent staff, great ambience, awesome views. The home-cooked food was fantastic. Barun Sharma, the owner, is a fantastic guide, friend, companion and has so much to say. A thoroughbred Sikkimese, he has hospitality in his heart. Very impressed. We had a superb trip.”

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11 Ratings | 11 Reviews | 9 Photos

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