Gables Resort

Gables Resort exudes a distinct colonial charm and has been a refuge of choice for many a celebrity.

Gables Resort was constructed by Sir Gilbert Campbell in 1866. Sir Gilbert Campbell built the edifice to provide the then English administrators of India a refuge from the blazing heat of the Indian summer; many years later, the legacy of gracious living continues, with the guests being treated regally all through their stay in the Gables Resort, Mashobra.

Gables Resort is located at Mashobra, 12 kilometer away from Shimla city in Himachal Pradesh.

Gables Resort provides 3 star category quality lodging in Mashobra. Gables Resort have 32 superbly furnished rooms. The architecture of Gables Resort, Mashobra is influenced by the style prevalent in the late 1800's.

The structure is solid and geared towards the comfort and convenience of the resort's valued guests.

All rooms of Gables Resort have en-suite bathrooms. Most of the rooms of Gables Resort are equipped with contemporary facilities like direct dial telephones, mini bar and color television. Gables Resort offers its patrons the use of two excellent sinfully luxurious suites.

Guests of Gables Resort, Mashobra has the eagle's eye view of the Shali Peaks of the Shimla Hills. The guests of Gables Resort may also partake of the following facilities provided by the management:
  • Restaurant:There is a multi cuisine restaurant serving delicious India, South- East Asian and Continental cuisine.
  • Bar: A well stocked bar exists at lobby level.
  • Conference Room: The Conference Room has a capacity of 150 persons in Theater style.
The address of Gables Resort is:
Himachal Pradesh - 171007

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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