Hotel Dreamland, Shimla



Hotel Dreamland is the favorable destination for travelers to Shimla. It takes you back to the British era as you walk down to the Mall. You have the advantage of going down to the main market for shopping at your own will.

Location : Hotel Dreamland in Shimla is sited near one of the most crowded hubs of the city-The Mall which is at a 2 minute walking distance and The Ridge which is at a 5 minute walking distance. 20 minutes from it you can reach Jakhu Temple. Shimla railway Station and Bus Stand are at a distance of 20 minutes.

Rooms and Services : Hotel Dreamland,Shimla furnishes you with 31 rooms spacious enough for you to ease out and the interior decor of the room adds up to your charm. Moreover, each room contains a TV with Video/cable connection, Dressing Table, Sofa set and an attached bathroom.

All the rooms have windows carved out in such way as to give you the most beautiful scenery of the Himalayas.

The hotel staff is very efficient and room service is there for 24 hours.

Fooding : You can delight your taste buds with some yummy recipes at the in-house food joint of Hotel Dreamland, Shimla.

Other facilities : Hotel Dreamland in Shimla extends you some more services such as :
  • EPBAX
  • Telephone with STD/ISD Facility
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning
  • Medical Help
  • Banquet Hall for 300 Pax
  • Conference Hall for 100 Pax
  • Terrace Garden
  • Car Parking for 20 cars
  • Travel Desk



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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