Whistling Pines Resort



This page informs you about the Whistling Pines Resort, an unit of Bhagra Resorts (P) Ltd. Located in Craignano and Naldehra hills about 15 Km away from Shimla, the Whistling Pines Resort gives an enchanting views of nature together with most virtuous services and modern comforts.

The Whistling Pines Resort is a three star hotel offers cocoon of comfort to the guests.

The accommodation of Whistling Pines resort are categorized into Deluxe, Super Deluxe rooms and suits. Whistling Pines resort comprises of 16 luxury rooms. Each has attached bath, wall to wall carpeting, laundry service, 24 hours room service, cable T.V, safe deposit lockers, hot and cold running water, in-room dining and direct dialing facility with STD and ISD services.

The rooms are decorated with woolen carpets or Kashmir Rugs, and furnished in the style of the colonial era.

Other facilities of Whistling Pines resort include multi cuisine restaurant, well stocked Bar, car parking facilities, billiards room, car rental, stand by generator, credit card facilities, travel desk and more. Whistling Pines resort offers welcome drink on reaching the resort.

Two complimentary hard drinks are offered to the guests during their stay in the hotel and the resort organizes a complimentary evening Bon-Fire. Further the resorts presents surprise gift to the guests on their departure.

Pines Paradise Restaurant is Whistling Pines Resort's own restaurant that serves special and international cuisines. The restaurants is renowned for serving appetizing dishes like Mughlai, Continental, traditional Indian food as well as Chinese dishes.



Last Updated on : 4/9/2012

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