Clarkes Hotel in Shimla is a Heritage Grand hotel, with a serene, colonial ambiance
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History & culture | Mountains | Relaxation
Clarkes Hotel has been a heritage hotel since 1898, and is located in Shimla, which is the capital of the Himachel Pradesh province, with an average altitude of 7250ft. Located on the Shimla Mall Road, Clarkes is known for its architecture dating back to the colonial era, when the city was the head of the British Raj. It is also within walking distance of many of Shimla's top attractions, including the Gaiety Theatre, Groton Castle, Rothney Castle and the Viceregal Lodge.
The heritage property is one of Shimla's oldest hotels, and boasts old style British colonial architecture dating back to 1898. All rooms are spacious, elegantly furnished and many have spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. All have WiFi, satellite TV, a mini-bar and safe deposit box. Premier rooms have panoramic views of the open skies and hills, whilst Suites also feature a furnished bedroom with adjoining living room and reading lobby.
The Dining Hall is Clarkes Hotel's main restaurant, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding forests, hills and city. In terms of food, you can enjoy a wide variety of Indian, continental and Chinese cuisine served by attentive staff. There's also an open terrace, and a late 18th century bar, which is reminiscent of the colonial era's atmosphere and charm.
You can book meeting rooms within the hotel's calm and serene environment. The conference hall can hold up to 100 people, and is equipped with all the latest technology. There's also table tennis, badminton and a basketball court.
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