In Three-starr hotels, below are some necessary conditions that should be applied:-
At least 50% rooms should have Air-Conditioners.
Minimum size of bathrooms should be 36 square feet.
One multi-cuisine restaurant cum coffee shop open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and 24 hr room service.
Note: The Ministry of Tourism may review and revise the cities falling under the Grade 'A' & Grade 'B' from time to time.
Grade A: Delhi*, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad/ Secunderabad.
*Delhi would include the hotels falling in Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, NOIDA and Greater NOIDA.
Grade B: Cities in the rest of the country excluding Grade 'A' cities.
There should be a bar present at the hotel premises.
In the kitchen, wet garbage area to be air-conditioned.
Percentage of supervisory staff should be minimum 40%.
Percentage of skilled staff should be minimum 30%. The supervisory or the skilled staff may have training or skill certification as follows:
i. Degree / diploma from Central or state IHM's / FCI's or from NCHMCT affiliated IHM's or from other reputed hospitality schools.
ii. Skill training certificate issued under the guidelines and scheme of the Ministry of Tourism.
Staff restrooms (Separate for male and female employees with bunk beds, well-lighted and ventilated), staff locker rooms and dining area are mandatory.
Paid transportation on call - guest should be able to travel from hotel.
Newspapers should be available in the lounge
Each bedroom door fitted with lock and key, viewport / peephole & internal securing device. A safety chain / wishbone latch is acceptable in place of viewport / peephole.
A telephone for incoming & outgoing calls in the room is mandatory. Three-starr category hotels may go through a telephone exchange.
We stayed at the Timber Trail Resort for a night while we were going to Manali. The property is substantial and very much kept up with stupendous perspectives of the encompassing slopes and valleys. The porch eatery is a perfect spot to unwind and appreciate the scenery. The major USP of the resort would be the link auto ride to the highest point of a slope where a sister concern called Timber Heights is located. However at around 800 rupees a head its not precisely cheap. I felt the rooms while great were bad esteem at the cost paid. There was no free WiFi. Sadly, there was a gathering incident at the eatery the night we stayed and the boisterous music kept us up for truly a while. Overall I'd prescribe a stay in Timber Trails just for the astounding area and the extraordinary link auto ride.
It was a good experience. Nice serving and nice food. The pool was really good and the rooms was so neat and clean. The bed was so comfortable. The quality of the television was great too. The staff was polite too. Restaurant and food was awesome. It was totally different.
The hotel management was very nice. The appearance of the hotel was very good. The staff response was very good. The room service was excellent. The manager of the hotel was very cooperative and friendly. The room was spacious, neat and clean. The bathroom was cleaned regularly. All amenities were in the room and were working properly. The quality and taste of the food was very good. Both vegetarian and non vegetarian food was served and it was reasonably priced. The interior and exterior appearance was very good. I would recommend this hotel to others.
This hotel I like very much. The view of hotel I like. Service by staff is good. Good staff. Rooms is too good. The atmosphere is too good, I had lot of fun in this hotel and in future I want to make another trip in Parwanoo and want also visit hotel Park Inn.
You did not go there by road. Parwanoo as tourist destination is very good. Location of the hotel was fine. Appearance wise, it was excellent. I had no problem during check-in and check-out facility. Booking process was very good. Rooms were neat, clean, and spacious. Staff behavior was helpful and friendly. Jhill view was visible from hotel rooms. TV, AC, geyser, everything were available and working properly. Food was tasty. Quality and quantity wise, it was fine. Both veg and non-veg dishes were served in the hotel. Indoor and outdoor games were there. I went there in the month March 2011 with my family for relaxation.
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