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We spent Christmas in this hotel, and every morning from 6 am you heard singers and dancers performing at the Ganges bank. If you spent 4 nights like us, it can get on your nerves. But apart from that, this is a wonderful, peaceful place...More
This is absolutely one of the best places you can ever hope to stay.
Spent 2 nights in this heritage bungalow on the ganges, overlooking the ghats. And what a time we had. It was like time travel to another era.
Great rooms, lovely views,...More
Our final night in Varanasi and staying in the Assi Ghat area we wanted somewhere close by for dinner. The small basement restaurant of this beautifully restored hotel served up the most delicious Indian food - reasonably priced (our bill came to 1300R)and with great...More
Varanasi is a rather unique place and not necessarily comfortable for all people who land there. There should be a quick escape route provided for those who find it too difficult.
We found the Ganges View to be one of the highlights of our trip...More
I’ve been coming here for 20 years. The owner, Shashank, never stops working on the place. It’s a work of love for him, and something is different and more beautiful each time I come. 20 years ago, it was very simple and the decor was...More
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I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I... More
I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I believe my wife would have felt very comfortable if she had been travelling with me. On the whole Indians appear very respectful and I don't believe that you will have any particular problem. In respect of your belongings in your room, the hotel seemed secure but as with any sort of travel, if you can't put valuables in a safe then I would suggest you keep them on you at all times.