Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Hampi, Hema Guest House is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hema Guest House makes it easy to enjoy the best of Hampi.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a desk, a mosquito net, and a seating area, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hema Guest House offers guests free internet access.
Plus, Hema Guest House offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Hema Guest House, visitors can check out Vithala Temple Complex (1.3 mi) and Vijaya Vittala Temple (1.3 mi), some of Hampi's top attractions.
While in Hampi, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hema Guest House, including Mango Tree (0.4 mi), Laughing Buddha (0.1 mi), and Gopi Guest House and Roof Restaurant (0.3 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Group of Monuments at Hampi (0.9 mi), Virupaksha Temple (1.1 mi), or Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex (0.5 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hema Guest House is sure to make your visit to Hampi one worth remembering.
Rami, one of the waiters working there is a drunkard, the whole staff is drunk 24/7, tried attacking us in the middle of night drunk out of his mind because we were playing music on our phones right outside our rooms. DO NOT STAY HERE. Worst experience ever. Uma guest house right beside them has the best hospitality in Hampi.
I booked a room for the weekend there and was excited about the relaxed look and cozy restaurant. But when I entered my room, there was dirt on the bed and floor from the people who were in there before. At the second night of my stay, there was a Rat in my room.. the next morning telling this the owner of the hostel, he reacted very angry, got loud and told me to f*** off. Just stay away from this place guys
The place could be nice, but it’s dirty and what is worse the staff is awful. They are incredibly rude and rough, young arrogant boys who don’t have any respect towards customers especially woman. Not safe for women travelers at all. Huge lack of privacy. They can come to the room anytime. Very noisy during the night time. Their attitude towards foreigners is abusive. Please avoid if possible if you don’t want to spoil all good Hampi vibes.
The only place north of the river that had a room free on the 15th of Dec when the south side had been closed down by government. Friendly (if slightly exhausted) staff, the northern side was super busy due to sudden shortages of rooms. Basic bungalows with hammock for just under 1000 rupees. Yes there was some noise from bar next door late night and early morning. Boat across river now seems to charge 50 rupees before 8am and 30 the rest of the time. Even though river sign still states 10!
Pros - a nice, chilled atmosphere with good music playing in the restaurant. The restaurant itself served decent food. Cons - food was pretty expensive for what it was. Rooms were dirty, dusty and there was no lock on the toilet door (we were a group of three sharing one room). Music was incredibly loud which was fine, but it went past 3am which was not good for our early start at 7am...! Wi-fi was intermittent and often off. And overall, staff were friendly but had this dodgy attitude about them... they would watch us as we walked into our rooms and still be watching us when we were in our rooms. A little unnerving. And this is a massive con and MUST be considered before planning any trip to Hampi, particularly to see the temples. **Make sure you stay on the correct side of the river, on the temple side**. This hotel is NOT on the temple side. We had some truly horrifying communication the boat drivers to take us across all 50m of river to get to the temple side. They overcharged us, embarrassed us in front of other people, and even refused to take us across the river if we didn't pay a ridiculous premium price for only having 3 people (rather than 10) in our group. It was so upsetting that this experience with the boat drivers ruined our experience in Hampi. So please, MAKE SURE YOU STAY ON THE TEMPLE SIDE! This hotel is NOT on the temple side.…