Hotel Usha Bundela
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Usha Bundela Khajuraho
It's an okay hotel and adequate for one night but sadly, a very tired property in need of TLC to re-energise it. Our room was spacious but had a musty old feel to it. Restaurant was focused on serving tour groups with buffet food which like the hotel also in need of TLC..... not a lot else on offer. If budget can afford it, go elsewhere and based on our own experience of Khajuraho, we would stay in this area for at least two nights because the temples are outstanding, if we had time we would have gone back for a second visit plus the neighbouring National Park scenery would outstanding.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Usha Bundela Khajuraho
Travel Blogs from Khajuraho
The drive from Agra to Khajuraho was to be our last journey with Yogi. He had been such an excellent and safe driver and we would be sad to say goodbye, although a little worryingly he did seem to have formed a bit of a crush on Graham. Some guys have it some don't it seems, and I hoped Yogi wasn't banking on some paradise by the dashboard light. …
... side of the Lakshmana temple. The stonework is about 1000 years old and acts as a storyboard of life back then with women and sex appearing repeatedly throughout - the sculptors must have been frustrated! Curvy and gravity defying boobs aplenty we admired what the audio guide called “heavenly beauties” as we strolled around checking out the great skill of the sculptors. These dexterous folks attention to detail was ...
... made friends with an Indian guy who updated her on the game anytime he saw her as we wandered around. India was pretty consistently KICKING South Africa’s butt.
We could have wandered around all day but we only had until 1. We paid our guide and gave him a good tip and then he and Arif took us to a little shop of kama sutra books and postcards. I was super excited because they also had Om, a book describing all of ...
... didn’t. From where I sat in the master’s bedroom used also as a living room, I saw the little children play on the floor with a pastry roller.
I also saw the mother pick it up and use it immediately to flatten the dough. And this without even washing it! Well, you don't even have to ask me how the food was! I passed on it
... to our guide and Mr Papu our driver, we were dropped off in town to explore the main street. As a town of 10 thousand, Khajuraho was easily explored ...