Willow Banks, Shimla

Willow Banks Hotel,Shimla was founded in 1871. The hotel was started in the memory of Arthur James Cradook, builder of Shimla.

So when you are at this hotel you can feel the magnanimous personality of this great man.

The biggest attraction of Hotel Willow Banks in Shimla is its interior decor. Each area differs from one another because of the use of variance in shades of colors, materials and designs.

Location : Willow Banks Hotel is located in the heart of the Shimla city. It is situated near the Tourism Lift at the Mall. The hotel adds to the prominence of the mall area with its eye-catching looks and warm receptive staff.

Rooms and services : Willow Banks Hotel at Shimla offers you spacious rooms well-decorated and updated with all the necessary items. Each room has an attached bathroom, Cable TV, Mini Fridge, Wifi Internet connectivity. Each room opens into a private balcony that gives you an astonishing scene of the Shimla Valley and a dreamlike image of the sunset and sunrise.

Fooding : Willow Banks at Shimla take a good care of their guests and offer various delicacies to pamper their taste buds. Keeping in mind the different tastes, it offers you three restaurants :
  • Cafe Willows : This is a multi- cuisine food joint.
  • Fusion Pub : You can drink wines, taste the Indian and Continental mix and dance to the tunes of rap music.
  • Fiesta Food Court : A self-service fast food joint with an open terrace favorable for Bar-be-que and Bonfires.
Other Facilities : Hotel Willow Banks, Shimla offers you the following other services apart from your room service:
  • Health Club and Beauty Parlour
  • Billiard Table
  • Medical help
  • Car Parking
  • Tour and Travel desk
  • Laundry
  • Banquet Hall

Willow Banks, Shimla offers you all this at the best affordable price.

Last Updated on : 4/9/2012

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