Shimla Hotel Rooms

Shimla Hotel Rooms offer a contemporary and comfortable environment to make your stay in Shimla a memorable one. The standard of Shimla Hotel Rooms varies with the standard of that particular hotel. For the traveler, Shimla Hotels can be classified into broadly three categories:
  • Budget
  • Mid-Range
  • Luxury
The budget range hotels are also known as cheap hotels. Budget hotels provide the most basic accommodation. Basic accommodation includes a bed, a cupboard, a small table and an en-suite bathroom.. A telephone may also be provided; though the current practice is a pay phone in the lobby.

Mid-Range hotels are more elaborately furnished than budget hotels. The traveler can expect a mini-bar, climate control equipment and even a terrace with the rooms. Mid-Range hotels are suitable for both the tourist looking for quality accommodation and the business traveler. Internet facilities are also to be found in Mid-Range Shimla Hotels. Mid-Range Shimla Hotel rooms welcome the traveler who expects a reasonable luxury accommodation-and pays for it with his or her own money.

Luxury hotels offer fabulous Shimla hotel rooms with all the necessary frills viz.heated indoor swimming pool, panoramic views of the majestic Himalayas from every room and even a personal woodland (Wildflower Hall)

All Shimla hotel rooms, irrespective of their category provide 24 hours electricity, running water and prompt personal service. The luxury hotels are situated in a secluded spot away from the hustle and bustle of the hoi polloi.

Both mid-range and luxury hotels of Shimla provide pick-up from the airport or train station on request. This request is to be made when booking the Shimla hotel rooms in advance.

Last Updated on : 4/26/2012

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