Most hill stations have a distinct nostalgic flavour and Shimla cannot be left out of it. Shimla is one of my favourite hill station, and the best thing is it is just a few hours from Delhi. The town is absolutely charming. Majority of the buildings in the city of Shimla is styled in imperial architecture dating back to the colonial era. The Clark hotel being one of them. This heritage hotel is very well located on the mall road. All famous places are in close vicinity. The building dates back to 1889, later acquired by the Oberoi group which is famous for its luxurious hospitality. The balance of the old and the new is phenomenal, while the building is old, the facilities are modern. Recently awarded the prestigious heritage tag, Clark’s is one of those places where you as a guest would get a sense of the charm of yesteryears with all the modern luxuries you can think of. Right next to the property is a very famous vantage point where you can get a marvellous view of the city and at night it becomes a wonderful place for star gazing. The view from the conference hall is breathtaking but its a pity that the view from the rooms are blocked. One thing worth mentioning is that the rooms are simple but very spacious and beautifully decorated which makes your stay memorable. The breakfast in the main dining hall is freshly made with special requests from the guests also entertained. I have been to Shimla many times and I truly wish I’d have more time in Shimla the last time I visited. Will surely do a more elaborate post very soon!
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