Moon International Shimla

Moon International Shimla has a unique style of its own. From the architectural point of view, its designs are very simple but as we say, simplicity has its own beauty, this hotel gives you the feel of lavishness and comfort all under one roof.

Adding to your ease are its caring and cordial staff members who make your stay more comfortable.

Location : Moon International Shimla has a very uncommon site. Its situated near Secretariat at Chhota Shimla which is only 25 kms away from Jubbarhatti airport, 2 kms from Shimla Railway Station and Bus Stand. Surrounded by pine woods and the main city it provides a beautiful locale for trekking and shopping at the same time.

Rooms and Services : Moon International of Shimla consists of 40 well designed rooms that are equipped with all the modern necessities. Every room has an attached bathroom to it with 24 hours running hot and cold water, wall to wall carpeting, direct dial telephone, refrigerator, television with cable connection, and 24 hour room service.

Fooding : Moon International in Shimla has an internal food joint that offers you some lip smacking delicacies from the region along with other Indian, Continental and Chinese recipes on menu.

Other facilities : Other than the above mentioned facilities, Moon International at Shimla gives you the following :
  • Bar
  • Banquet Hall
  • Game Room
  • Billiards
  • Money Exchange
  • Safe Deposits
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning
  • Necessity Shop
  • Medical Help
You can enjoy all this at Moon International Shimla, that too at a very affordable rate.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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