Good for its location.
We stayed here for 3 days. Overall this place is great, I really liked it for its for location which is added advantage..which is very near to Ooty's botanical garden and shopping area and still its located at very quite location.Rooms are well maintained, neat and clean.
They got restaurant, bar, spa, gym, shop. But I did not used any facilities other than restaurant which serves all regional food and though its little pricey but the taste and quality of food is good. Reception and staff is helpful all the time and they try to make your stay comfortable, I really appreciate them for that. They can arrange tour guide for you in case if you dont have your own vehicle. Overall I prefer to stay here in future trips.
Location, food, rooms,staff and other facilities. But nobody is perfect so as this hotel which needs few improvement too. Like hot water which is available 24 hrs but that is during morning and evening for 2-3 hours except that you will find cold water running from tap. In that case we need to call reception to switch on hot water and we need to wait for atleast 10 minutes which is really annoying.
And for the money we paid I was expecting wooden flooring instead they got simple ceramic tiles in rooms and after evening as temperature drops which makes it really difficult to move around in room.
Spent 3 wonderful days in Ooty - enjoyed the Taj Savoy.
The colonial atmosphere reminded us of a bygone era.
Staff are friendly and very warm.
We had a wonderful family suite with a cosy fireplace for those chilly Nilgiri evenings.
This last trip to Ooty, we stayed in an estate that is around 30 KMS away from downtown Ooty- near a man made lake called Emerald Lake. The roads are great until about 7 KMS to the property, after which it is a hike for your vehicle to the doorstep! This property has about 10 rooms and can accomodate larger groups. We went on a regular weekend and almost had the entire place to ourselves. The owners Vijay and Bhanu are very gracious hosts, they made us feel very welcome and comfortable while also ensuring we had our space!
They gave us a double room that had a view to die for! The food was simple and delicious. The best part about thisplace was a 6yr old German SHepard called Moby- he made for some awesome company!!
19 suites each with an average area of 900 sq.ft or more… basking in the sky lit corridor, overlooking your private garden in the glass encased verandas… stepping in the majestic bathroom with its own Jacuzzi …. Larger than life size gold-mirrors indulging you in your own beauty… an unobtrusive yet immediate service, rich with offerings waiting at your say-so… chandeliers radiating golden light….history painted on the walls….
Every suite is an elaborate setting designed in teak wood paneling, comprising of a large lounge with bay windows, bedroom, dressing room and a luxuriant bathroom with private Jacuzzi. Victorian furniture and its colonial furnishings still exude the same charm as it once did while the interiors are an attractive blend of gothic, regency and neo-classical renaissance.
All–suite palace hotel (19 suites)
Travel desk, car rental, car parking and valet service
Credit card and foreign exchange
Doctor on call
Beautician/hairdresser on call
Lounge, bar and restaurant
Personal shopping bags and umbrellas available on request
Complementary breakfast buffet / nightly turndown service
Entertainment: traditional, folk dance, music recitals on occasions or on request.
Conference Rooms/Banqueting facilities
This lovely, friendly guesthouse overlooks the lake to the west of the town centre. It's well located for the train station but a bit of a walk to get into the main town area, especially when you want to eat in the evening plus it's a little quiet in this part of town at night. To get over this, the guesthouse has a menu of simple dishes which do the trick and you can eat and talk to fellow travellers in the main common room. There's also a lounge with a TV. The guesthouse also others a few trekking tours and I went on one around the tea plantations and hill villages.
For the first night of the three I stayed there, I had a room in the main house near the entrance but then moved to a better room in a block at the back up the hill. Here I had 2 single beds pushed together, 2 plastic chairs, bedside table, mirror, and hot water via a geyser between 6.30-9am. My room cost Rs400.
The Kurumba Village Resort, leading resorts in Ooty & Coonoor. We also think of the thrills emanating from fickle and fast-changing climatic conditions. Our deep appreciation of the meticulousness with which their architect has mingled the idyllic and pristine qualities of an ancient land with ultra modern amenities into a perfectly pleasurable blend has to be recorded at this juncture..
The invigoratingly clean air of the Kurumba Village Resort is to be breathed to be believed!
We reached pretty late and didn't have a long stay.But for the short period, we found things are all in order and real professional staff too.
Good location for people who are coming by public transport.
Rooms were clean and good toilets.
Have a good restaurant serves Indian, South Indian and Chinese cuisine.
Location and big parking facility.
Located just behind the Mysore Maharaja's summer palace, this set of cottages and rooms are built in british style, complete with red and white paint works with a nice view of the tea gardens and lined by coniferous trees. The cottages are just perfect with a fireplace and a Plasma tv, ideal for lazing in the evenings! :)
Do not miss trying the masala tea! It is simply superb esp in the early morning mist!
resort of 35 suites and cottages
19 rooms (Six deluxe rooms and 19 cottages) 19 Rooms are Operational (Six Deluxe Rooms and 14 Cottages
Log fire in rooms on request
Television in rooms
Horse Riding / Tracking
Dining hall overlooking the garden and lawns
Doctor on call
Candle-lit dinner and bonfire buffet dinner on request
Kluney Manor is in the old English-style, Indian-highlands get-away. The bedrooms are large, with sitting rooms and good baths. The staff was professional and attentive. Menus are extensive, with choices of local Indian, Chinese and Western cuisines. TV in room, heater available if needed, comfortable beds.
Garden setting, with mountain views.
Try Woodlands ooty.There used to be a manager called I.Bhujanga Rao.You could ask for him.He normally helps,especially school groups.I am sorry I dont have the number,but I am sure if you look in the net or ask in the telephone exchange trunk enquiry you will get it.
Have a good holiday,
Simple,no frills rooms.Cosy,clean and warm.
This is a cosy and luxurious hotel in ooty and run by the Indian Hotels Company - the largest hotel chain in the country.The gardens around the property are beautiful and it situated very near the bustling town.
Reflections Guest House is actually ranked high on most travel guide books for its good service and room rate. The house takers are friendly and breakfast can be arranged and they even have very informative guest books for you to browse for attractions at Ooty.
I cannot remember whether rooms have air conditioning, but you don't really need one at Ooty.
The guest house is overlooking a beautiful lake, where a small theme park offering horse riding, go kart & some amusement activities till late evening.
Located up in the hills, the fully equipped luxurious rooms have each a sweeping uninterrupted view of Dodebetta Valley.
Spa, sauna, swimming pool, shop, garden and terraces. Excellent breakfast and dinner buffet.
We stayed overnight in the Toda village; our group was divided into three huts, with either spots on the floor or on "beds" of rock. I had chosen not to travel to India with a sleeping bag, and did not regret it for all but one night of the trip. . .this was the night I had wished I had something for additional warmth.
Temperatures in the Nilgiri Hills drop to zero in winter evenings ~ the huts are not heated overnight ~ and rock beds do not conserve heat. It was a terribly long night.
The benefit of being half-awake most of the night meant that I was up early in the morning, with the first stirrings of our Toda hut-mates. The fire was put on as soon as they were awake, to begin food preparations, and I took advantage of the opportunity with one of my tourmates to go out for a walk in the hilly areas that we hadn't explored the day before.
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