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OYO 9766 Coir Village Island Lake Resort
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    Reviewed September 1, 2012

    I reached the resort on the 30 Aug which was the following day of Onam. So the situation was dicey. As there were no much guests around I was treated like a king. But on the other hand there was the issue of the number of staff available. But Mr.Baiju had done well by arranging as much as possible convenience to my stay.Thanks to him. A few things need to be rectified which would make the place complete. Small issues like the plumbing, substandard televisions(viz not a criteria), intercom etc. But as I have addressed these issues to Mr Baiju and he has assured me that it will be taken care of. Bottomline is I would love to hear from them often and looking forward to stay there again.

    Room Tip: Two rows of cottages on an Island with each row facing to sides of the island. One facing the Reception and the other facing the lush green.You decide
    • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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    Thank rajeev312
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    Reviewed August 22, 2012

    Friends,
    I came to know about Coir village , throug Tourstokerala.org. They offered me package with coir village. But at first i refuced go over there , because of certain reviews. But because of my friends suggestion we decided to go with that property. Honestly , who would like to enjoy the honeymoon very peacefully , muct need to visit this place. a great destination for minimum 2 nights. we got the cottage ,just opposite to the reception, in the 2nd island. nice view of the backwater. another memorable experince i had is the canoe ride which we experienced. But a small suggestion , the food part need to improve little more....

    Thanks...

    Room Tip: must need to go for independent cottage..
    • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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    2  Thank nitin v
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    Management response:Responded September 1, 2012

    Dear Nitin,

    Thanks for your feedback.

    We are very happy to hear that , you are very much happy with your stay at our property .

    We will be assuring the same quality service an accommodation quality to the other clients.

    Hope you will visit us soon..

    Ohmkumar
    08589-818-818

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    Reviewed March 4, 2012

    Note: I was part of a tour group, so I didn't have to locate the place or drive around the area. I can tell you that the staff has a reputation for arrogance and indifference, though we were insulated from it by our tour leader and I didn't. During our stay, the only people I saw were our group and one Indian couple.

    The location is simply beautiful Rooms - many of which are better described as "bungalows" - have verandahs with chairs and tables, and many are right on the water. If you enjoy sitting out with a good book, you can't beat this. The lobby and restaurant are across the river, and you get there by a canoe "ferry" that can feel a bit unsteady. The restaurant has an extensive menu. Service is slow, but there's a very good buffet for both dinner and breakfast so that's mitigated.

    Rooms are adequate, nothing special, and have air conditioning and televisions.

    Other than however you choose to entertain yourself, there is truly nothing to do. It's your choice if that's a plus or a minus.

    Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
    3  Thank DebbiesOnTheRoad
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    Reviewed January 20, 2012

    Not for indians. everything available was too over priced. cottages were very old. a/c wasnt working properly. very arrogant staff. no basic amenities. no activities. no cable. tv was old. nv food was horrible. travle was exhausting. not recommened.

    • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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    5  Thank sushma1984
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    Reviewed January 5, 2012

    1st of all its NOT in Alleppey but a good 30km away from the main town..after going through what seemed like a neverending drive, one needs to enter the narrow, bumpy, village road which takes you to the resort...the entrance is not marked by any board or gate making it frustating to find. Once there the only thing lighting up your stay will be the location by the backwaters and the experience of crossing the canals in boats to reach your rooms from the reception and restaurant area.( some may find it cumbersome though) Our experience of spending 2 days here revealed a lack of basic resort facilities and services. We could avail of only 1 meal through room service after which they refused it. Ala carte menu though present was not served and all guests were forced to eat from the buffet which had horrid college canteen/hostel standard chinese and tasteless indian dishes. the saving grace was the rare 1 keralite dish (eg: appam for breakfast, fishcurry for lunch/dinner) I think the guests would have rather preferred a good local meal over their failed attempt at serving north indian meals. All food items were COLD unless you were the lucky 1st few in the buffet queue. Shockingly no snacks were served at any time of the day(again option is present in the menu) I dread to think what families with young children might go through when hunger strikes since eating options outside the resort are almost non existent due to it being in a village. unless ofcourse you want to rush out and DRIVE to the market area to bring back some fruits, biscuits and wafers. We also found it ridiculous when they told other guests they will not serve tea/coffee after 6.15pm since they are preparing dinner!! Housekeeping is poor too, our room had cobwebs, wet towels were not changed, drinking water not refilled till we requested for it, no laundry service was available.No attempt was made by the management to do something special for the guests in terms of entertainment or food ( we were there during christmas). There is no scope for sightseeing or shopping, the only thing you can do is boating. The options were rowing, going for a canoe ride through the backwaters ( which was fantastic!! relaxing and beautiful- Rs.200 per head) or going on a motorized larger boat/ferry. I personally would recommend the canoe ride---it gives you a feeling of being closer to the water than the ferry. My suggestion to the resort is to seriously work on improving their services otherwise its a complete waste of a beautiful location. with a little vision it can be turned into a great holiday stay option.

    Room Tip: All rooms face the canals so thats a positive so for choosing the best rooms you will simply have to pay the best price!
    • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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