0.96km from Dharmsala Bus StopThis place is pretty weird, especially the restaurant. But it is relatively clean. They do not provide towels, or toilet paper, or bottled water, you have to ask for all these things and they charge for them. They do not offer to clean the room. Hot water isn't very hot, and of course water pressure is lacking. We stayed in 4 rooms for 4 nights for a wedding. The location is good because it's far from the noisy street. Best part about this hotel is that some rooms have little heaters. It gets pretty chilly at night and these were very nice. However only two of the rooms had them, and one just up and stopped working. The restaurant, where you get your complimentary breakfast, is nice I guess but no one speaks English really, and even when they do understand you, you have to say it 4 times. You will order something and get something completely different. We had dinner there one night, and (as an example) there were 6 of us, and the waiter took orders from four people and then WALKED AWAY. We had to call him back to take the other 2 orders. It took literally 10 minutes to explain we wanted to start with naan. Is some of this just India? Not sure, this was the first place we stayed. Just got the idea that they were mystified by us as well and couldn't wait until we left. And the best experience of all, when we were checking out, I had asked the previous day if we could stay an extra night (we were all totally exhausted from the MARATHON wedding). The guy said yes. As I'm standing there, ready to check out, with my credit card in my hand the ACTUAL ***ager (whom we had never seen before and who spoke perfect English) sternly told me that we had stayed an extra night and needed to pay for it. I did say, "Why do you think I'm standing here with my credit card in my hand??" This is a good metaphor for the whole stay.