Stay at Woodville resort dating back to 1866 which was once the official residence of Sir William Mansfield, the Commander-in-chief of the Imperial Army. Reconstructed in 1938 and opened to the general public in 1977, the environs of this heritage hotel are bound to transport you back in time to the British era.
Multi level rose gardens spread over an area of 4 acres and high quality congenial room service are the USP of this heritage hotel which has also been the location for the shooting of many Bollywood movies, the most acclaimed being “Black”.
For your stay:
The hotel houses a total of 31 rooms. Each of the rooms with Persian carpets and ebony furniture are a perfect blend of vintage ambience and modern amenities. Television, intercoms and attached bathrooms are available in all the rooms. The different types of rooms are:
- Deluxe Bedroom.
- Imperial Room.
- Majestic Suite.
- Princely Suite.
- Royal Suite.
For your taste buds: The House of the Rising Sun – A multicuisine restaurant that offers Indian, Continental as well as Regional cuisines.
- Tiger Lounge – Enjoy sights of tiger trophies staring at you as you relax and enjoy your drinks.
- Hollywood Bar – Enjoy your drinks here as signed portraits of important personalities stare at you!
- Imperial Banquet Hall – A formal dining hall for guests completely lined with paintings and lithographs made by British artists.
Business Facilities: A conference room which is not only ultra modern and spacious but which also allows a scenic view of the nearby apple orchards.
- Facilities for indoor sports such as badminton, table tennis and billiards.
- In house library.
- Sprawling rose scented lawns as well as private deodar and pine forests.
- Facility of adventure sports such as skiing, rafting, trekking and fishing (on request).
- The Naldehra golf course is situated very near to this hotel.
- Doctor on call.
- Ample car parking area.
- Travel Desk.
- Laundry facility.
How to reach us:
By Air: The nearest airport is the Jubbarhatti airport which is about 25 kms from the hotel.
By Rail: Shimla has its own narrow gauge railway station which is also just about a twenty minutes drive from here.
By Road: Shimla is well connected with the nearby cities through national highways.