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Reviewed 17 November 2019 via mobile

A 1912 property, a bunch of tall pine trees, few awesome staffs and their ever charming hospitality will make you feel coming back to this place again and again. You will not get the feeling of a hotel or a commercial resort over here. Its kind of home stay with perfect service and awesome foods. Amenities like tea coffee machines, mini bar etc will not be there inside room like typical hotel. However you will enjoy every bit of stay being in this place as all sightseeing in lansdowne are nearby from this property and you will feel totally isolated from noise, crowd and lasdowne city in spite of not being far away from them. A must staying place in lansdowne.

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Abhishek_Chakrabarti
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Reviewed 10 July 2019 via mobile

My friends and I stayed here in the family room ( had two double beds). The place had a wonderful old world charm, and is nice and cosy. There are places to sit in the gardens and the view is quite nice. We had the breakfast and dinner buffet , and it was totally worth it. The staff here is very polite, and I'd definitely want to return. For bookings, it's best to call them up directly.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank MrinalJ21
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Reviewed 31 May 2019 via mobile

This hotel is in great location. Surrounded by big pine trees the location of this hotel will give a nice feeling of mountains. Rooms were very clean and nice. Great hospitality. Food was also good. I really loved staying in this property.

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Shakti1402
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Reviewed 6 March 2019 via mobile

Let me start by saying that this place is a hidden gem. You will hardly find it taking bookings online. The best way is to call up Ashok ji, the manager of the property. To experience the beauty of this place, you need to visit it actually. It’s at the centre of Lansdowne but yet far — nestled in the midst of pine forest. We were five friends who visited and stayed in the four-bedded suite. May be one of the best rooms I have stayed in. It was humongous. The hotel, though over a century old, is well maintained. The morning tea in the lawn is still what I miss. The food they serve also is very good. And the dining area outside the kitchen amazing. Do try the veg Maggie they serve. Bon voyage!!

Date of stay: February 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank theSoumyajit
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Reviewed 5 January 2019

This is probably the best located hotel in Lansdowne. Very close to the Bhulla Taal, this is within walking distance from Bhula Taal as well as the Gandhi Choke. Or even the St Mary's Church if you can stretch your walking ability a bit.
The property is nice with an old world charm; a garden to sit and have breakfast and read a book. Courteous staffs always ready to serve you.
What is missing are some modern amenities and facilities like
- Room heater (a must in end December till end January). They do provide hot water bags but it's not quite the same
- WIFI : Lansdowne is a quiet place and there is not much to do after dark. The Gandhi chowk is a far cry from Simla's ridge or Old Manali's bylanes. So WIFI will certainly help
- Larger menu : while the food they provide is very tasty, it is a variation of standard Indian menu (Roti/Phulka, Dal, Paneer, Aloo Jeera, Chicken masala/curry etc). One would expect some noodles/fried rice/chilli chicken etc.

Date of stay: January 2019
Thank AtanuD61
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