Hotel Kufri Pacific, Shimla

Hotel Kufri Pacific at Shimla is located in the hilly regions of Kufri which is also known as "Switzerland of India".

This is the best place for you to relax, entertain and explore the natural vegetation and environment of Shimla. It is mostly favorable for family holidays though there is no restriction for others.

Location : Hotel Kufri Pacific in Shimla is located on the Kufri-Chail road at a height of 8500 ft above the sea level. Kufri Pacific Hotel is just 30 minutes away from Shimla and Chail. Moreover, the greenery amidst which it is located makes it more beautiful and worthwhile to stay in.

Rooms and Services : Hotel Kufri Pacific in Shimla has 18 lavishly designed rooms that are equipped with all modern facilities like attached bathroom, Color TV with cable connectivity, Telephone, and 24 hour Room service. Every room also gives you the most elegant scenery of nature from its windows that add up to your comfort.

Fooding : Kufri Pacific Hotel has its own food joint from where you can check out some of the most yummy dishes. All the dishes are freshly made and you are provided with refined water.

Other Facilities : Apart from these, Kufri Pacific Hotel of Shimla offers you the following facilities :
  • Sight seeing arrangements
  • Pony Ride
  • Trekking
  • Folk Dances
  • Bonfires
  • Medical Help
  • Excursions
  • Adventure Sports
  • Laundry
  • Car Parking
  • Travel Desk
All this and much more service is available to you from Hotel Kufri Pacific in Shimla at standard rates within your budget.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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