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Thimphu, Bhutan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

When I was a teenager and was attending school in Tashigang I used to pass by this town. Those days the current Proprietor used to have a temporary wooden accommodation called HAMRO HOTEL (Our hotel) costing Nu 10-15 per night and we used to stay there. We chose Hamro Hotel not because it was cheap but the Proprietor and his...

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Hyderabad, India
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

This place is walkable distance from the Indian border. It's two floors up without a lift. Serves alcohol. The little town has a Indian restaurant, a bar run by a Sikh, a karaoke joint and a pizza place. Everything you can walk to from this hotel. It's a fair place. They give you a towel and a soap and two...

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Ann Arbor, Michigan
Reviewed 25 November 2016

My wife and I stayed at Hotel Mountain (aka Mountain Hotel, Mountain Lodge) on the first of our 15 nights in Bhutan. I can understand that, if you think that you should be staying at a Le Meridien or a Taj hotel you'd be disappointed. But you're not, and you shouldn't be. Samdrup Jongkhar is a hardscrabble little town in...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 November 2016 via mobile

Whilst the staff are very helpful this is just not a good hotel. Our room was big but the mattress on the bed was so thin it felt like sleeping on a wooden board, it also creaked every time you moved on the bed. The pillows (one each) were small and hard. The bathroom was poor and if there was...

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Guwahati, India
Reviewed 19 October 2016

I have been to this hotel many times and found it pleasant to eat and sleep. Sometimes it is very difficult to get rooms as their are limited hotels in that locations with tourist uses as stopover. The hotel is located in the center of the market place so rooming around the hotel is very pleasant. The rooms are clean...

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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Reviewed 1 May 2016

This was our last stop before we left Bhutan after an 8 day trip. Easily the worst hotel experience in a long time and certainly in Bhutan. This is one of the only three hotels listed in The Lonely Planet, so I guess the rest are as bad or worse. However, we had a very bad time. The rooms are...

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 19 January 2016

Terrible. Better to eat here than to sleep here ! We stayed here two times during our trip in December 2015/ January 2016. Very basic, dark rooms with poor lighting and both times bird poop(or bat poop?) on top of the wardrobe. Empty Baileys bottle of previous guests in room. Friendly staff and good food. No internet and no Wi-Fi....

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Huntington, NY
Reviewed 9 November 2015

We recently spent one night at the Mountain Hotel on our way to Guwahati after a great trip to Bhutan. The hotel is adequate for our purpose, but not luxurious. Rooms are spartan, beds modestly comfortable. There is no wifi. Our evening meal was fine

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Barcelona, Spain
Reviewed 16 August 2015

We stayed at this hotel on our way out of Bhutan after a 14 day tour from west to east. Being on the India border, the atmosphere of town and hotel was an interesting contrast compared with our previous experiences in Bhutan. The entrance to the hotel was across some shops and up narrow stairs, which made us fear a...

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Berlin, Germany
Reviewed 16 December 2014

It was the very first hotel we stayed in on our organized tour through Bhutan. The agency had warned the clients not to expect to much, it might be a little bit simplistic. But it was absolutely satisfying! Very warm, friendly welcome and a very good - although adapted four our western centric taste - food was served. We could...

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Address: Upper Market, Samdrup Jongkhar, Bhutan
Region: Bhutan > Samdrup Jongkhar District > Samdrup Jongkhar
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