Attractions Around Hotel
All the places can be reached with an easy drive from hotel. Perfect places for Photo Fanatics and Experience Seekers. You will also find beautiful trekking trials and wildlife experience. Be surrounded by thick dense woods and orchards. The weather is usually pleasant around the year. You will find a dense cover of pine, deodar, kail and baan trees on all trekking trials here.
Kasauli is a small hill town full of quaint relics of the British Raj. Situated about 1950 meters above sea level and nestling in the Shivaliks . It is almost midway between the major cities of Chandigarh and Shimla . Directly below Kasauli is the spread of the vast plains of Punjab and Haryana which as darkness falls unroll a gorgeous carpet of twinkling lights.
Manki Point is the highest point at Kasauli. It’s just 4Kms from the Kasauli bus stand. A small temple is also situated on the top of the hill, which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It is said to be the place where Lord Hanuman placed his foot while searching for the medicinal herbs for the injured Lakshamana in the Indian epic Ramayana.
Christ Church : Established by the British in 1853, the Christ Church is located amidst a picturesque location of pine and deodar trees. The church is one of the most visited places in Kasauli due to its marvelous neo-gothic architecture and the various stained glass windows which were imported from Britain.
Sunrise Point: Situated on lower mall, Kasauli 350 mts ahead of Ros Common. This point was formerly called as Hawa Ghar, since the point witnesses an all year round air currents through it.
Sunset point: Situated on upper mall, Kasauli 100 mts ahead of Kasauli Club. Sunset view from this place is a moment to treasure. After the Sun-sets one can see an eagle eye view of the far but clear bright lights of Chandigarh, Panchkula, Baddi, Nalagarh, Kalka and Pinjore. Infect once can clearly see sukhna lake as well.
Gilbert Trail: Approx 700Mts ahead of lovers lane is Gilbert trail which offer a long walk in perfect nature bestowed small kuchha path. One must walk carefully to avoid slipping on the same. Not recommended when it’s raining. A perfect place for trekking.