Ghodabandar Road unfolds the resort that presents the true essence of Kashmir. Guests can choose to stay in any of the rooms, ranging from double, deluxe and super deluxe rooms to log huts, which are built amidst the landscaped garden space. The in-house restaurant designed in the shape of a shikara serve Kashmiri cuisine and is complimented with Kashmiri music in the background and Hukkahs. There is also a swimming pool where one can unwind or host a pool-side party for 150 guests.
Super Deluxe Room
Cream-coloured, this AC room is spacious and is double bedded. Couple of chairs with a coffee table also makes up the furniture in this room.null
The interior decoration in this air-conditioned room enhances the Kashmiri essence, which is emphasized through its wooden floors and ceilings. Partially carpeted, this spacious room is maintained with a double bed and arm-chairs with a coffee table.null
by Jagdish Rao
from BENGALOORU(BANGALORE, India
The worst Hotel experience I have ever had in my life. I am a frequent traveller and never came across this kind of Super Deluxe Room, for the amount I have paid in suburb of Mumbai. To start with there was somebody to greet us but no reception area. We were taken to the room only to find a dump with cockroaches and spiders running around with spider webs all over. No TV in the room. Bathroom was so dirty didn't feel like walking in to it. There was a little geyser but hot water wouldn't run through shower. AC wasn't working and was throwing warm air. Power went out so many times. When power went off, it would be dark, hot and no water because of no water pressure. I was sitting on the toilet bowl and power went off and flush didn't work. It was stinking till power came back on. Restaurant part was ok and food was decent.