East Bourne Resort Shimla
E Bourne Hotel Rd, Nigam Vihar, Khalini, Shimla, Himachal
Shimla is the capital of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, in the Himalayan foothills. Once the summer capital of British India, it remains the terminus of the narrow-gauge Kalka-Shimla Railway, completed in 1903. It’s also known for the handicraft shops that line The Mall, a pedestrian avenue, as well as the Lakkar Bazaar, a market specializing in wooden toys and crafts.
East Bourne Resort is located at an altitude of 1,982 m in the Himalayan Mountains. It features an indoor heated pool and spa. International cuisine is served at the on-site Vertigo restaurant, East Bourne Resort is within 3 km from Shimla Town, the main bus stand and Shimla Railway Station. Jubberhatti Airport is 30 km away. Heated rooms come with wooden flooring. A flat-screen satellite TV, minibar and tea/coffee-making facilities are provided. Bathroom toiletries and a hairdryer are included.
How to Reach
1. By Air : Jubberhatti is the nearest Airport which is 22 K.M from Shimla.
2. By Train : Kalka Railway stations is the closest broad gauge railway station near Shimla.
3. By Road : Many Roadways buses as well as Private buses are running from nearby Metro cities (Delhi, Chandigarh) to Shimla.
1. Mall road
Shopping in Shimla revolves around the heart of the town- The Mall Road. One can shop for local handicrafts, shawls, woolens, exquisite jewelry etc. here.
This is the most popular point in Shimla. Located on the Mall road, at the heart of Shimla, this is a much loved and enjoyed stretch here, where visitors come and soak themselves in the views of surrounding areas.
While in Shimla, visit its colder, higher and less crowded cousin, Kufri just 13 km away from the main town. The views and sceneries here only get better, and the landscapes more flattering, a bit untouched with the tourist rush.
4. Toy Train To Kalka
An enjoyable train ride through much of Kalka and Shimla and a little of what the British left behind, this is a must try experience, while here. This route is one of the most picturesque train routes in the world and it passes through more than a hundred tunnels It is a narrow gauge train route and it connects Kalka to Shimla.
5. Jakhoo Temple
This temple has the world's largest Hanuman statue, which is visible from most parts of Shimla. Visit the temple, to view this statue upright and strain your neck a bit admiring its magnificence.