The unending splashing of waves, the sun and sand, the crowd milling at the beach, the constant whirring of motor boats and the jet skis skimming across the waves – this is what you get to see and hear out of the window of RNS Guest House’s beach-facing rooms.
The room at RNS was a no-frills accommodation and comfortable - perfect for beach bums like us who spent most of the time at the beach. Most importantly, the bathroom was clean to wash away all the sand.
There is no restaurant attached but there is one Naveen hotel right opposite (part of RNS group, I think) serving good South Indian and North Indian cuisine.
One nasty experience that overshadowed everything was that when the bill was presented, we noticed we were billed for an extra bed - something that we had not ordered for. In fact, there was no reason because we were only two people. The manager tried to convince us that we might have ordered and the other person in charge had added it to the bill. No matter what, we didn't pay it. There was definitely something fishy about it. So, please do check your bills thoroughly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- RNS Guest House: The beauty of RNS guest house is capaciousness and blissful feel of home away from home. The two identical partition of the guest house is conventionally named as Khoday Guest House and Karlas Guest House. The staff here is of a exceptional attitude, as the intention of making you feel home goes strong. ... more less