Tarikas Jungle Retreat, Shimla



Tarikas Jungle Retreat, Shimla is an exquisite place to live in while you are traveling in Shimla. Surrounded by mountains and forests, it provides a good opportunity to relax in the calm and soothing atmosphere.

Location : Tarikas Jungle Retreat is situated 7 kms from Chail in the vicinity of Shimla city. The Jubbalhatti airport is 75kms away from this place. The hotel is a perfect place for one to retire from his tensions.

Rooms and Services : Tarikas Jungle Retreat in Chail at Shimla offers you more than your expectation. The rooms are well designed and equipped with all modern facilities. Each room is a dome like structure made of tough flattened glass. You need to just wrap up the curtains to have the magnanimous scene of the nature outside. The room service is also very good.

Fooding : Tarikas Jungle Retreat, Shimla offers you both in-house and out house eating joints. Do visit the "Jungal Me Mangal restaurant" as it offers you mouth watering delights and entertains you with its jungle set up.

Other Facilities : Tarikas Jungle Retreat at Chail in Shimla offers you various services. Amongst them some prominent ones are as follows :

  • Dance Floor & Bar
  • Conference & Banquet Facilities
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Medical Help
  • Car Rentals
  • Indoor/Outdoor Games
  • Travel Desk
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Telephone service with STD/ISD

Tarikas Jungle Retreat, Shimla offers you all this and more at a very affordable price within your budget. Moreover, the hotel takes good care of its guests and make them feel at home.





Last Updated on : 4/9/2012

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