Clarke’s Hotel is located on the Mall Road amidst the fun and activity of Shimla. It is just a couple of kilometres away from the main bus stand and train station.
Clarke’s Hotel embodies the elegance and charm of yesteryear; with modern convenience s of today. The 5 star hotel looks like a quaint British colonial structure from the early 1900’s. The building is an imposing blue and white structure and beckons you to come and explore within.
A quaint little toy train is one of the many modes of transport that will bring you up to Shimla, once the summer capital of the British Raj. Clarke’s Hotel embodies the elegance and charm of yesteryear, with modern conveniences of today. The hotel maintains impeccable levels of service and has all the amenities, facilities and levels of comfort you would expect from a hotel of this class.
The hotel has a total of 39 rooms which are spacious and tastefully furnished. They are categorised into Deluxe Rooms, Standard Rooms and Suites. The rooms are upholstered in shades of beige and brown. All the rooms have smart study tables with a table lamp, cupboards and a small seating area. The Suites are larger spaces with 3 big sofas in the seating area
Dining The dining room in the hotel is an elaborate and sophisticated place. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves a buffet for breakfast. An a la carte menu is available as well. There is a bar and lounge area as well, furnished with easy sofas and chairs and coffee tables along with a plasma television.
Services & Facilities : The conference hall in the hotel can accommodate up to 100 people and is equipped with all modern facilities. The hall includes state of the art audio visual equipment and can be availed for official and unofficial gatherings, meetings or conferences.
The Wildflower Hall is located in Mashobra in the Himalayas at a height of 8,250 feet. The Resort is located about 25 – 35 kilometres from Jubbarhati Airport and 15 kilometres from Shimla Town where the main bus station is. It is a 45 minute drive through forested hills from Shimla.
The Wildflower Hall was once the residence of the British Commander-in-Chief, Lord Kitchener and is now a luxury Oberoi resort. Spread across 23 acres of pine and cedar forests, it is a handsome six storey structure and the newly constructed hotel remains true to the spirit of the original bungalow in its external aspect. The interiors of the Resort are luxurious and inviting, with wood paneling, fire places and original works of art creating an aura of old world charm. Nestled in the Himalayas, it is solely geared for the wellness of body, mind and soul.
The Resort has 85 well appointed suites and guest rooms overlooking magnificent views. There are a total of 80 Premier Rooms, 3 Deluxe Suites and 1 Luxury Suite. The Deluxe and Luxury Suites are more elaborate and plush offering more facilities than the Premier Rooms.
Dining : This luxury resort has many a desirable facilities to offer. There are 2 dining areas; Lutyens – The Indian Restaurant and The Restaurant and The Conservatory. Lutyens specializes in cuisines of the North West Frontier, fusion of the Raj and Himachali delicacies. It reflects an old world charm with its elegant woodwork, arched windows and a cosy fireplace. The Restaurant and The Conservatory is an all day dining restaurant with a selection of Continental and Coffee shop specialties. The restaurant opens onto a large terrace with an enchanting Conservatory that overlooks the magnificent mountain ranges and valleys.
Recreational Facilities : For fun and relaxation, the Card Room is a warm and inviting place with baize covered tables and individualized muted lighting. The Library is also located here conveniently next to a cosy fireplace and offers an extensive array of books