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Nice big clean room, unfortunately we only booked a couple of days in advance and there were none with a balcony left. Despite this, there are lots of good communal areas with tables and chairs overlooking the Ganges which made up for no balcony. Was...More
I really liked staying at sahi river view guest house. the staff is nice and care for you and i liked the little terrace and the interior corridor with the river view where you have your breakfast. it is at the ‘end’ of the ghats,...More
. I had booked at Sahi River view GH at Assi ghat and really liked the place (650 Rs for a double room, single occupancy), the ‘home away from home’ type of place. Lots of common space with views of the river, accessible by auto...More
We chose Sahi purely by previous reviews and maybe to our own fault as there is no available website. It is as basic as can be found, maybe even less than that. it is NOT a guesthouse it is a basic hostel. rooms are more...More
We had a wonderful expereince staying at this guest house. The location is great (very easy to walk along the ghats, yet out of the way of crazy bustle) and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The common room was a great place to...More
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Sorry for the delay! It scored "average" because it was not spotlessly clean but it certainly wasn't grimy, especially for India. The balcony room cost us 1300 INR I seem to remember, but that was without heating. Cost a few... More
Sorry for the delay! It scored "average" because it was not spotlessly clean but it certainly wasn't grimy, especially for India. The balcony room cost us 1300 INR I seem to remember, but that was without heating. Cost a few hundred more to have the heater. Hope that helps!
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"We were in room 11, overlooking the Ganges, the view was spectacular."