Toshali Royal View Resort

Toshali Royal View Resort rises magically at the crossroads of Shimla, Chail and Kufri.

Toshali Royal View Resort is located in a tranquil, pollution free area. Toshali Royal View Resort is at a distance of 24 kilometers from Shimla on the Kufri-Chail road.

Toshali Royal View Resort is encircled by hills. Deep and dark reserve green forests makes Toshali an ideal conference destination.

Toshali Royal View Resort offers its guests the following facilities:
  • Conference Facilities:Toshali Royal View Resort houses the largest conference facility in Himachal Pradesh. The secluded location of Toshali Royal View Resort elevates the resort into a business destination like no other.
  • Gama Gymnasium: The Gama Gymnasium of Toshali Royal View Resort is the ideal place to burn extra calories. Gama Gymnasium is equipped with Sauna steam and Jacuzzi. Fitness experts take personal care of the guests at the Gama Gymnasium, Toshali Royal View Resort . Toshali Royal View Resort also has a jogging track that meanders down to the village and back.
  • Wedding venue:Toshali Royal View Resort is the ideal place for a wedding venue. Professional managers and junior personnel takes care of all logistical challenges that may arise. The menu for the wedding can also be extensive; Toshali's famed cooks can whip up delicacies from all over the globe. Be it Indian, Continental or Creole, Toshali's cooks serve up a real treat every time.

The address of Toshali Royal View Resort is:
Toshali Royal View
P.O Munda Ghat
Via Kanda Ghat, Kufri Chail Road
Shilon Bagh

Last Updated on : 4/9/2012

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