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Was nice and clean hotel...a having converted to a hotel...quite and serene.....beautiful vowq of the assignment ghat the gangaji.....beautiful rooms and great service...must stay!!
Food is simple and vegetarian...however many quaint cafes around the place. Morning aarti at assi ghat is a must
We arrived at the Ganges View Hotel after some relatives recommended it to us. We were surprised by the great location in the Assi Ghat and the beautiful ancient design of the hall and corridors leading to the rooms. The room was clean and spacious...More
This hotel is a property spread over three stores, located on the Assi Ghat. It is very convenient for attending the Subah e Benaras programme held every morning from 5 to 7 am. Not to be missed programme.
The rooms are smallish and so are...More
This was my favorite hotel in a three week tour of India. It is a private family mansion, decorated as if it were still a family residence. It overlooks the Assi Ghat which is a minute walking distance from the hotel. The rooms are quaint...More
To visit the Ganga is a special experience .But to stay at the Assi Ghat makes it more special. And to stay in Ganges view is there the abolute top.The hotel,a little museum.Great hospitality..A tastfull kitchen.Super!!!
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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.