A most enjoyable holiday where we will remember for many year. We Hope to come back one day Thank you Very much for everythingMr Embrey, Winchester UK
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The rajputana Sheraton at Jaipur and the Jaypee Palace were excellent but The Park in Delhi, wasn't in the same level, the public spaces like corridor were dirty.
Excellent experience guided and suggested by an excellent tour conductor. Thanks a lot.
When think of of Himachal Pradesh, your thoughts are instantly diverted to the some of the best hill stations in India. The cities like Shimla, Kullu Manali, Chamba, Dharamshala, Taragarh, Dalhousie et al constitute the must visits of the state. These cities fulfil the dual purposes of tourist destinations as well as the hill stations, multiplying the tourist traffic by leaps and bounds. Famous for the Himalayan ranges and snow clad mountains forming the series throughout the state, Himachal Pradesh is popularly known as the Hill State of India.
To accommodate the outbound tourist traffic, many hotels in Himachal Pradesh have mushroomed, and the team at Caper Travel India does hotel bookings for Himachal Pradesh, as and when you desire. You just need to choose the hotel you wish to stay in and let us know when you would want to stay there, and then we take care of all the other details and do the bookings in Himachal Pradesh for you.
There are many Himachal Pradesh hotels.
You can experience the heavenly trio - luxury, hospitality and the magical mountains - at the Cecil. Cecil, Shimla turns your holiday into a perfect outing as it gives the opportunity to witness the beauty of the mountains yourself along with your family.
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.
The Springfields Hotel was once the residence of Maharaja, which is now set right for the business travellers and leisure travellers making it the foremost choice of everyone who visits Shimla.
Encompassing an area of 15 acres and the forested estate surrounded by tea gardens in the Kangra valley, The Taragarh Palace is one of the most scenic and unexplored areas of Himachal Pradesh.
The Valley of Gods, Kullu, was earlier known as Kulanthpitha (end of the habitable world) due to the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalayas beyond it. Today, in the laps of the Central Himalayan Valley, it is famous for its apple orchards, wooden temples, folk music and dance.
The former residence of the British Commander-in-Chief, Lord Kitchener and later on a historic hotel, Wildflower Hall is set in 22 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with a forest cover of over 3,000 trees.
At the doorstep of heaven, on the foothills of the Himalaya is Chamba-unexplored, untouched, a perfect holiday retreat, overlooking the snow clad peaks on one side and offering an magnificent view of the valley on the other side.
The Nalagarh fort was built in 1421 during the reign of Raja Bikram Chand. The 'Garh' or fort embraces 10 acres estate of forest and orchard- built on five levels three of which have well manicured lush green areas.
The 300 year old ancestral home of Justice Sir Jai Lal, a friend of Lord Hardinge and an intimate of the Maharajas of Patiala and Kapurthala has been restored to itsoriginal splendor.