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Hotel Vatika Dharmshala Holiday Honeymoon Package

Hotel Vatika Dharmshala Holiday Honeymoon Package
Chamunda Devi, Dharamsala 176052, India

  • Rs.2000/-(Breakfast+Room)
  • Rs.1800/-(Breakfast+Rooom)
  • per day
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Hotel Vatika Dharmshala Holiday Honeymoon Package

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Welcome To  Hotel Vatika

Away from the hustle and bustle of hectic daily lives of city dwellers, from the polluted streets and crowded corners, in the lap of Himalaya covered with snow mountains lies in the scenic beautiful Kangra valley.Enhancing the beauty of this scenic land of snow clad mountains, fruit laden trees, beautiful tea garden and the rich culture is Hotel VATIKA, which is beautifully located facing the majestic Himalayas, surrounded by tea gardens, green field melodious river BanerSoothing environment continued inside the hotel, with simplicity being the hallmark of the interiors, you can enjoy complete privacy in the comfortable homely atmosphere.The hotel offers you 46 well furnished specious deluxe and super deluxe rooms with independent balconies and modern amenities coupled with personalized service.

Enhancing the beauty of this scenic land of snow clad mountains, fruit laden trees, beautiful tea garden and the rich culture is Hotel VATIKA, which is beautifully located facing the majestic Himalayas, surrounded by tea gardens, green field melodious river Baner.

 By Air:

The nearest airport is Gaggal, 25 km  from Dharamshala..

By Rail:

The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Chamunda  (4 km Approx). The nearest broad gauge railheads are at Pathankot / Chakki Bank which is around 85 Kms.

 By Road:

The distance from Delhi  is 490 km Approx., and from Shimla the distance is 250 km Approx . From Manali, Shimla, Chandigarh and Delhi, luxury buses run by Himachal Tourism regularly ply to Dharamshala.

HOTEL VATIKA CHAMUNDA DEVI, DHARAMSHALA

Distances from Hotel

in Kms

Chamunda Devi
 

0 km.

Dharamshala
 

12 km.

Palampur
 

16 km.

Baijnath
 

30 km.

Shobha Singh Art Gallery
 

25 km.

Bir-Billing
 

50 km.

Kangra
 

20 km.

Jawala Ji
 

55 km.

Masroor Rock Temple
 

55 km.

Dal Lake
 

24 km.

Naddi
 

24 km.

Norbulingka Institute
 

10 km.

Chinmaya Tapovan
 

06 km.

St. John Church
 

23 km.

McLeodganj
 

25 km.

Bhagsunath
 

27 km.

Plus Point of this Hotel:-

  • The hotel is located in a place called chamunda, which is close to the chamunda temple.
  •  Hotel is located on the river bank.
  •  A huge car parking is in the hotel.
  • Rooms are quite spacious.
  • hotel staff is  polite and humble, helpfull.
  • All services good.

Negative Point of this hotel:-

  • The location of this hotel is very far from Mcleodgnj.

Kangra : The District of Pilgrims

Lying 526-km north-west of New Delhi, Dharamshala is the headquarters of the Kangra District in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Kangra valley is one of the most pleasant, relaxing and spiritual places in the Himalayas.

 Marvelously scenic, especially upper Dharamshala, is well wooded with oak, cedar, pine and other timber yielding trees and offers some lovely walks and finer views. In 1855, Dharamshala had only two major areas where civilians settled in : McLeod Ganj, named after Lieutenant Governer of Punjab "David McLeod", and Forsyth Ganj, named after a Divisional Commissioner. 

Lord Elgin, the British Viceroy of India (1862-63) fell in love with the natural beauty of Dharamshala because of its likeness with Scotland, his home in England. Lord Elgin died in 1863 while on a tour. He now lies buried in the graveyard of St. John's Church-in-Wilderness which stands in a cosy pine grove between McLeod Ganj and Forsyth Ganj.A Legend has it that Lord Elgin liked Dharamshala so much that he had sent a proposal to the British monarch to make Dharamshala the summer capital of India. However, the proposal was ignored.

By 1904, Forsyth Ganj and McLeod Ganj had become nerve centres of trade , business and official work of Kangra District, But on April 4,1905, as a result of a severe earthquake, whole of the area was devastated. Alarmed at the massive destruction, the British goverment decided to shift the district headquater offices to the lower reaches of spur.

As a result, the present-day district courts and kotwali bazar areas came into being which earlier had only a jail, a police station and cobbler's shop to boast of. Until India attained independence from Britain on Aug. 15,1947 McLeod Ganj and Forsyth Ganj continued to serve as health resorts and resting places for the British Rulers. But all this changed when the goverment of India decided to grant political asylum to the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatsho, in 1959. In 1960, he was allowed to make McLeod Ganj his headquaters.

 

After his arrival, trade, commerce and tourism picked up afresh. This because with the Dalai Lama came thousands of Tibetan refugees, who gradually settled in Mcleod Ganj. During the last three decades,The Tibetans have built many religious, educational and cultural instutions in and around McLeod Ganj, which has helped in preservation of their culture.This has been a keen area of interst for the people around the world and as a result they flock at Dharamshala at various times.

The present Kangra district came into existence on the 1st September, 1972 consequent upon the re-organisation of districts by the Government of Himachal Pradesh.

It was the largest district of the composite Punjab in terms of area till it was transferred to Himachal Pradesh on the 1st November, 1966 and had Six (6) tehsils namely Nurpur, Kangra, Palampur, Dehragopipur and Hamirpur.

Kullu was also a tehsil of Kangra district up to 1962 and Lahul & Spiti which also formed a part of Kangra was created as a separate district in 1960. On the re-organisation of composite Punjab on the 1st November, 1966 the area constituting Kangra district were transferred to Himachal Pradesh along with the districts of Shimla, Kullu and Lahul & Spiti and tehsils of Una and Nalagarh and 3 villages of Gurdaspur district.

 

Famous Place Around Kangra

KANGRA TOWN: At the confluence of the Bener and Majhi streams , over looking the Ban Ganga torrent, Kangra town is famous for its temples.Notable is the shrine dedicated to goddess Bajreshwari. Kangra is steeped in history and its ruined fort - Nagarkot, stands as testimony to its glorious past.

The town was attacked by Mohammed Ghaznavi and subjugated by Emperor Feroz Tuglak and Maharaja Rant Singh. Earlier, Kangra was the capital of the great hill state, its renowned ruler being Maharaja Sansar Chand Katoch, a great patron of arts. The Miniature and Rajpur Schools of hill paintings flourished during his reign.

 

BAJRESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE: Just outside the town is the temple dedicated to Brajeshwari Devi. Known once for its legendary wealth, this temple was subject to successive depredation by invaders from the North.

 Mohammed of Ghazni is known to have departed with a king's ransom in gold, silver and jewels in 1009. Destroyed completely in 1905 by an earthquake, it was rebuilt in 1920.

 

KANGRA FORT: The remains of the fort of the rulers of Kangra are located on a strategic height, overlooking the Ban Ganga and Manjhi rivers.

 

MAHARANA PRATAP SAGAR: At an altitude of 450 metres above sea level, 32 degree north and 76 degrees east. In district Kangra 170 k.m. from Chandigarh, 110 k.m. from Amritsar, 55 k.m. from headquarters at Dharamshala. The closest railway stations are at Mukerian 30 k.m., and Pathankot at 32 k.m. 

The settlements of Nagrota Surian and Jawali-which are located on the sagar's periphery-are connected by the charming narrow gauge Kangra railway line that connects Pathankot to Jogindernagar. The closest airport is Gaggal 40 k.m. The lake is well served by a network of roads.

Named in honour of the great patriot Maharana Pratap (1572-97 AD). Maharana Pratap struggled valiantly for freedom of Mewar-as for the principle of independence. In words of chroniclers James Tod and william Crook, "He spurned every overture that had submission for its basis". Over the river Beas, the Pong dam was completed in 1976.

Its reservoir covers an area of about 45000 hectares at maximum possible flooding.The level varies every season and averages around 30000 hectares. Over 200 villages with a population of over 85000 people lie along the wetland.

Facilities:-

  • Bonfire
  • Boating
  • Car Rental
  • Restaurant
  • Video Games
  • Children Park
  • DJ on request
  • Conference Hall
  • Laundry Service
  • Outdoor Catering
  • CCTV, EPABX System
  • Table Tennis , Billiards, Badminton

 

Tariff Plans

All rates in Indian Rupees. Valid from 1st April 2007 - 1st April 2008


 

Rooms

EP

CP

MAP

AP

Deluxe Room

1,750 /-

2,000/-

2,800/-

3,400 /-

Duplex Room

2,400 /-

2,800/-

4,000/-

5,200 /-

Extra Bed

2,50 /-

4,00/-

8,00 /-

1,200 /-

    Check Out Time : 12:00 Noon

 

    Luxury Tax : As applicable

 

   

 

Packages

DELUX ROOM ------------    Rs. 5,555 /-

Package Includes
2 Nights and 3 Days Stay on Twin Sharing 
Welcome Drink on Arrival (Non - Alcholic)
* Morning Tea , Breakfast , Lunch / Dinner Inclusive of all taxes

Extra Person

Child below 5 yrs will be our special guest 
Extra Person Rs. 1000 per day



Special Honey Moon Package ----- Rs. 6,555 /-
Package includes
2 Nights and 3 Days Stay on Twin Sharing 
Welcome Drink on Arrival (Non - Alcholic)
* Morning Tea , Breakfast , Lunch / Dinner * Inclusive of all taxes.

Special Attraction
* Cake With Candle light Dinner 
* Fruit Basket * Milk at Night 
Flower Decoration ( Subject to Availability)

 
 Cost range of Hotel:- 

(Rs.1740-Rs.2450)

Trip Advisor % Recommendation of Hotel Vatika Dharmshala Votes by Travellers = N.A
Trip Advisor Ranking - Ranked # 17  Of 46  B&B ins Dharmshala
Holiday Travel  Recommends Hotel Vatika Dharmshala. 

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