Wow! Experience: Hotel Haritagiri, Kalpetta, Wayanad

by Vinaya HS on July 23, 2008

in Travel

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On a recent trip to Wayanad, we stayed at:

Hotel Haritagiri
Kalpetta, Wayanad, Kerala
Tel: +91 4936 203145/46/47/48

We checked-in at 04:30 AM on Day 1 and checked-out at 09:00 AM on Day 2 (pretty odd hours and we did cross the 24-hour mark). We asked to be billed for a single day. The person at the front desk was empowered to make this decision and he obliged. Counts as a “Wow!” experience in my books.

The hotel itself is pretty decent — clean and good enough for a night’s sleep. The food, however, isn’t up to the mark. You’re better off eating at the Woodlands nearby.




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NOTARY July 24, 2008 at 10:40 AM

We stayed at rain country resorts! Its quite awesome as well and the path way to the resorts is mind boggling to say the least…but is a bit expensive compared to haritagiri and woodlands! And yeah hope you did not mistake the drinking water for a wine .. cos i did! i was wondering and pondering how forward n open minded Keralites are hence they’ve branded it 100% literate state :O. was a bit skeptical at start but i saw some irritating kids also enjoying the drink and felt ashamed and gave it a try n to my misery i found that its drinking water treated with ayurvedic medicine, hence that red tinge. But nonetheless its a wonderful initiative taken by whoever it is! Now i/u knw why they say kerala has 100% literacy :P

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