Honeymoon Inn Shimla



Hotel Honeymoon Inn is an old, little resort in the Queen of Hills-Shimla. The hotel is a perfect blend of traditional and modern culture. Its lavishness and solace has been the main crowd puller.

Tourists who want to spend some quality time can check it out. The hotel is favorable for newly weds.

Location : Located at the biggest business hub of Shimla, Honeymoon Inn provides you the opportunity to drop in the shop at your own will. The airport is only 24 kms away, Shimla Railway Station is 2 kms away and Bus Stand is only 1.5 kms away.

Rooms and Services : Each room in Honeymoon Inn Shimla is well designed and equipped with modern facilities including an attached bathroom with a tub and running hot and cold water. Room service is available 24x7. Every guests privacy is very well taken care off which makes it the best for the honeymooners.

Fooding : Honeymoon Inn Shimla has an in-house food joint named "Masters of Multi Cuisine" where you can pamper your taste buds with Indian, Chinese or Continental dishes.

Other Facilities : Along with the Room service Honeymoon Inn at Shimla offers you some other facilities that includes :
  • Conference and Banquet Hall for business meets and other functions.
  • Discotheque.
  • Indoor Games.
  • Laundry
  • Medical Help
  • Travel Desk
  • EPABX
  • Bar
Honeymoon Inn in Shimla offers you its best services at the most reasonable prices within your budget limit.

So if you are planning to head to Shimla then do consider this venue.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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