A mid range hotel, offering reasonable - but certainly not luxurious - facilities. Our room was large, but somewhat bare and cold. Little in the way of drawers, but plenty of cupboard and shelf space. The bathroom was equally bare and like a wet room, so flip flops would have been useful after anyone has used the shower. It had a rainhead shower which gave no hot water on the first day but a moderate flow thereafter. The room was a bit cold, but they provided an electric fire. The free wifi gave an adequate signal in our room. The food for breakfast and dinner was adequate but with limited choice, and the dinner menu had to be pre-ordered. For the Hornbill Festival it had one advantage over some of the better hotels: it is on the same side of town as the Festival. This matters because Kohima suffers from horrendous traffic jams. From the Ura hotel we were stuck in jams for 45 minutes coming back from the Festival, whereas those in hotels the other side of town faced 90 minutes in jams.…
In the heart of Kohima, near the Red Cross office, the hotel is located on a trijunction with ample parking space and a conveniently located ATM. Rooms are compact on the smaller side, but adequate with heaters in winter. Beds are clean. Bathrooms have running hot water, clean towels, sachets of shampoo and soap. Restaurant has enough variety to suit all tastes. We had a dish each of pork and chicken with fermented bamboo shoot which was good, but with a high chilly quotient that even my Angami Naga friends found hot. They charge for chutney here, which is a bit odd. They are also a bit slow on the breakfast in the morning and have to be pushed. Staff are friendly and communicate well. Definitely worth using.
One of the decent hotels with restaurant available till 9pm. Spacious room with comfortable beds. Staff were well mannered and helped me to have a comfortable stay. Maximum places shuts down by 7pm, however I got dinner till 9pm, very happy for this facility.
We were a group of 5 people. Visited in Dec'16 during the HORNBILL FESTIVAL. The rooms are good, neat and tidy. Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. Even the restaurant serves good food. We tried few Naga Dishes. There was also a beautifully decorated Christmas Tree there. But during the festival period, prices go up very high. Overall good experience.
Good experience. The best part is the hospitality of the staff. They care. I was taking photos of the city, and one of them took me to the roof top for the awesome view. Advice at reception was very much helpful. Tea, dinner and breakfast are always on time with good consideration for me. No problem about the shower, bed, and the room. Free Wifi works fine for me at the dining room. You should understand this is not a 5 star hotel nor at a metropolitan. When I stayed no TV signal, several hours of no mobile signal, no heater even in winter. But, these inconveniences are none of their fault. It's located in such a small remote city. After all I would call this the best 3 star hotel I've stayed.
I love this place. breakfast was fabulous. A lot of items to choose for. In reception Imsong was very helpful and caring. room was clean and hot water was available. other staffs were also good. Location is also very good.
Hotel Ura has been the best choice for me in terms of value for money. It is clean and quiet. Food served are excellent. The aura itself of the hotel is homely for any traveller, whether it be solo, couple or family. Hotel Ura is the epitome of comtemporary hospitality, added with a pinch of its own unique savviness. A small room which needs a bit of improvement would be service delivery. But then, i always forgive them when i get what i want.
Rooms are clean and cozy with clean washrooms. Management should keep a table lamp near the bed lest we hit our leg on the furnitures while returning back to our bed after switching off the lights which is a mile away. Food is good but bit slow in serving. Parking space not so good.
After searching around for an affordable and clean place in Kohima we found Ura Hotel and it met our expectations. If you don't want to pay 5 star prices this is the best option and it is also centrally located, next to the Nagaland Tourism office and near taxi stands. Food is good too. A double room with TV, Wi-Fi (that works on and off) and big windows with a view over Kohima cost Rs2500/- and we could get a nice discount in off season.
Excellent service upon arrival. Friendly staff and reception. Once again, Google location is a little off. Nicely appointed rooms with western toilet and hot water (enough for a quick shower). Western movies on flat screen tv. Good room service with enough menu choices (most dishes available) which is not common in Nagaland! Location is also good with easy walks to vegie market and taxi stand. Note: Kohima is known by some travel sites as the Switzerland of Asia, I'm sure those reviewers have never been to Switzerland as there is not a hint of any similarity except some inflated prices (hotel, fuel, etc) and that it sits on a hill.