Shimla Honeymoon Packages



Shimla Honeymoon Packages offer newlyweds a bliss that is beyond compare. Every honeymooning couple will cherish their stay in Shimla for a long time. Shimla offers its visitors breathtaking views of the Himalayan landscape. Shimla offers the honeymooners who visit it a slice of contemporary ideal marital heaven.

The thrilling cold weather is offset by the cosy, intimate and faux fireplaces of the hotels whose ever attentive staff pampers to every wish of the honeymooning couple.

Shimla hotels offer bespoke Shimla honeymoon packages for newlyweds. These Shimla Honeymoon packages are especially tailored for the honeymooning couple; these packages include some special frills like discounts on food which are not available on any other tour package.

Most Shimla Honeymoon packages is of a specific duration; the time period extends for 3 nights and 4 days. Shorter Shimla Honeymoon packages are also available for 2 nights and 3 days.
Every Shimla Honeymoon package usually includes the following:
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Accommodation in suite room
  • Morning Tea
  • Breakfast
  • Either Lunch or Dinner
  • High quality cookies and fruit basket on arrival
  • Hot Badam milk supplied on every night of stay
  • One magical candle light dinner
  • Discount on laundry services
  • Discount on additional food brought inside the hotel premises. Discount is usually ten to fifteen percent on MRP.
  • One sitting of functional steam bath or a fling of Sauna
  • Appropriate gift on departure

    Shimla Honeymoon Packages are a perfect experience to gift a newlywed couple. Shimla Honeymoon packages are a great start to any marriage.
  • Shimla Travel Package




Last Updated on : 4/26/2012







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