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Seven Hills Village Resort

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Phalidara, Namchi India
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#1 of 12 Speciality lodging in Namchi
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Free parking
Bar / lounge
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Sarbanii wrote a review Nov 2018
Kolkata (Calcutta), India83 contributions14 helpful votes
This was a stay to remember. The resort is situated in the lap of a small hill, off the main road. The road to the resort is soo steep and that we got truly scared. Thanks to the skilful drivers who made our life... easy. The property is wide spread and you will discover something new, every time you look around. It’s greenery everywhere inside. We loved the fresh air that we got to breathe and the flora and fauna that we got to see. Vegetables are grown inside the resort and what we ate was all home grown!!!!! It has a view point location inside the resort and a heaven for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts. We stayed in individual cottages which were expensive but worth a stay. The cottages have separate sitting area, bedroom , balcony and a big bathroom. Thoughtfully done rooms, well furnished. The cottages are spread across the resort and during night, staying alone here is indeed an ambitious proposition. What we didn’t like about the rooms are the look-through curtains. One would feel insecured and weird as everything is visible from outside, whether day or night. Vehicle requirements were taken care by the resort. Though awe fully expensive, but available whenever needed. Otherwise, everything is just perfect. The well stocked Bar made us happy and the food menu covered almost everything one can imagine. We loved the food served to us..... and the jolly and hospitable staff cheered us all the time. We had a campfire also and danced to Nepali music. Overall a comfortable stay.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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SK_R0Y wrote a review Oct 2018
Kolkata (Calcutta), India498 contributions46 helpful votes
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Up in the Hills. About 1.5 km thru a winding unpaved track up a hillock is the Resort. From disembarcation point you need to climb 35 steps to Reception area where Roshni will be waiting for you with a hearty smile, Welcome Scarf & a Glass of local Wine. Enjoy your drink and take deep breath to again climb 67 steps to an open Table Top field. Then walk down the field to your Dacha/Cottage inside thick green Forest. The Cottage is spacious with basic amenities. A small cute Balcony is attached. Toilet has Geyser. Warm-to-hot water is needed as temp up there is usually low with wind chill after Sun set. Power supply is mostly steady. A specious Dining Room houses a very well stocked Bar Counter. Food is excellent. Well coocked locally grown organic vegetables are served in every meal. Sumptuous. Quality is really good. Quantity is more than sufficient. Every evening they set up a small gathering with local/Hindi songs, impromptu dance by participants. They know how to live happy after a hard day's work. Your participation is always welcome. What one can't miss is omnipresent Roshni. The guiding force of the Resort. She is available every time with a sweet smile. A memorable stay at 7 Hills Resort. Wish to go back.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jroabreo wrote a review Oct 2017
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Set in the lap of nature with excellent staff especially Sabina and Roshni who are very efficient in their job with a smile on their face. The food is excellent. The roomus are very comfortable and clean. I recommend this place totally
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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woaishanghai wrote a review Aug 2017
State College, Pennsylvania430 contributions191 helpful votes
Up, up and away... and you still climb a bit more before your car labors to the top. The crew usher you in and off you go... way beyond what you expected until you finally land up in a cottage and the valley at your feet. This was a last minute booking and we were not sure what to expect but the two nights spent here were worth it. Beautifully done cottages with great views, amazing privacy, good people who don't give you an opportunity to complain and, most importantly, fabulous local food. There's a garden around the restaurant to walk or sun bathe in, plenty of plants, animals and plants to keep the curious you occupied and views of the valley, clouds and Kanchenzonga (if lucky, of course) to forget earth for a while.
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Date of stay: June 2017
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shristy26 wrote a review Jan 2017
Bruges, Belgium1 contribution
It's was a last moment plan .. my friends had always been talking about this place but I didn't have a chance to visit until this time when all of a sudden we wanted to go out of town and we chose 7 hills .. we booked two cottage and the sir over the phone was very welcoming and friendly . We wre 7 of us .We reached 7 hills very late but all of the staffs w're very welcoming that late the rooms are very cosy and the views are mind blowing .. the only thing that turns you off is the road uphill which leads to the resort but we had a great time and the food was perfect as we had been starving the whole day .. I would surely visit this place again next year . Thank you 7 hills ❤️
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Date of stay: January 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions about Seven Hills Village Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Seven Hills Village Resort?
Nearby attractions include Siddheswar Dham (4.2 km), Samdruptse Hill (2.2 km), and Tendong Hill (2.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Seven Hills Village Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Seven Hills Village Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Seven Hills Village Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Seven Hills Village Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hotel Station, Kaomune Bakery, and Crumbs N Whips.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Seven Hills Village Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Hindi.
Are there any historical sites close to Seven Hills Village Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tinchuley Village (12.8 km).