Location wise this hotel is just a bit outside the chaotic Varanasi city so it feels comfortable here. The hotel is very big and it is designed in more traditional style than modern looks. So people who likes traditional designs will love this. But being huge, it really takes quite a while to go from one place to another, like lobby rooms to the upper rooms. One has to go on walking and walking, especially in rooms starting with 362 onward. Service is very poor and slow. Food is also nothing great to talk about. I wouldn't want to be at this hotel the next time I am at Varanasi.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Exuding colonial charm but with all the mod-cons. this hotel is the flagship of the Clarks Group of Hotels, one of the oldest hotel groups in India. Within proximity of the hotel guests can visit the Old British Cantonment Area, the old city, Vishwanath Temple, and of course the Ghats of the Ganges, and Sarnath-the site of Buddha's first sermon. A must do when in this holy city is a boat ride in the Ganges either at sunset or sunrise. The restaurants on-site offer ample choices from North Indian to international dishes and even popular street food dishes. After a long day exploring Varanasi on foot and in rickshaws, a quick dip at the hotel pool is sure to be refreshing. An excellent hotel, Clarks is a popular choice for guests visiting this North Indian city. ... more less
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