Hotel Woodville Palace Shimla
The history of Woodville Palace dates back to 1865, when Sir William Mansfield, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Army became the first resident of this charming estate. This building was reconstructed under the supervision of The Raja Rana of Jubbal State in 1938 when numerous veteran artists were imported from as far as China to ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship. Kanwar Uday Singh, the grandson of the Raj of Jubbal, opened the mansion as a heritage hotel in 1977. Today, the palace is counted amongst one of the finest places to stay in Shimla.
The Woodville Hotel Shimla is located on Raj Bhavan Road, Shimla, lying at a distance of 20 kms from the Airport, 4 kms from the Railway Station and 3 kms from the Bus Stand.
Woodville Palace offers 15 rooms, including royal cottage and suites, which are perfect as far as the availability of traditional approach along with the latest amenities is concerned.
Woodville Palace Hotel serves Indian, Continental and Regional cuisines, which are equally delicious and as per the taste of connoisseurs.
You may try your hand in tennis, billiards, table tennis and badminton besides the green lawns at the Woodville Palace.
|Name:||Woodville Palace Shimla|
|Location:||Raj Bhawan Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh|
|No.of rooms:||15 Rooms|
|Facilities:||Elevator, Bar, Restaurant, Tennis, Billiards, Table Tennis, Badminton.|
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