Shimla British Resort

Among the resorts in Shimla, Shimla British Resort provides the visitor an experience of the romance, mystery and adventure of the mighty Himalayas that one is bound to remember.

Shimla British Resort is situated at a height of 7,250 feet above sea level. Shimla British Resort is a delightful 2 kilometer long drive from Shimla.

Shimla British Resort is encircled by 2000 acres of magnificent cedar and pine forests. Residents of Shimla British Resort enjoy stunning views of the lofty Himalayan range.

Shimla British Resort is a converted structure of a residence originally owned by a British architect. Shimla British Resort dates back to 1893.

The spectacular mountain views can be seen from every room of Shimla British Resort. Every room has a large marble bathroom with a separate shower.

The Family Suite of the Shimla British Resort features a separate living room complete with colonial style fireplace. The Family Suite also provides its occupants with a four poster bed.

Guest rooms of the Shimla British Resort are furnished with teak floors and other paraphernalia which mirrors the distinctive skills of the local craftsmen. All the rooms have direct dial telephones.

Dining at Shimla British Resort is an exquisite experience. It serves Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines. The cutlery design is evocative of the structure's heritage. There is a children's restaurant where children can enjoy themselves. Shimla British Resort is equipped with a well stocked library.

The library is distinctive; the library room is 'L' shaped with leather curtains on the windows. Rare paintings decorate the library walls.

The address of Shimla British Resort is:
Shimla British Resort
Chaura Maidan

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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