Hotel Ashiana Regency

Address: Near Secretariat, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, 171002, India | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Near Secretariat, Shimla, is near Kalka - Shimla Railway, Jakhu Temple, Kufri Ski Resort, and Kinnaur.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Spa
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Minbar in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
          • Free parking

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Airport Transportation
          • Room service
          • Banquet room
          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ashiana Regency Shimla

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Shimla

          A very British retreat

          A travel blog entry by mrpat on Sep 18, 2015

          38 photos

          ... nab one lady’s scarf before abandoning it after being chased and closed down in a pincer movement by the lady’s family. Inside the temple itself scenes from Hanuman’s life were painted on the walls in relief and a couple of friendly Indian tourists interpreted them for our benefit. We headed back down the steps returning our sticks at the bottom. The monkeys must know ...

          Help! We're in Shimla, get us out of here!

          A travel blog entry by caraemma on Oct 05, 2014

          1 comment, 2 photos

          Be warned, the following blog is a bit on the negative side...so turn away those who are not interested! However if you keep reading, you will see how even in the worst situation, the good of people can really amaze you! There is hope for mankind after all. So turns out that our exciting plan to get us out of Shimla and into Rajestan was not going to turn out as we expected. Cue the worst day to date of our tour. Of our time in Shimla it seemed ...

          Day 13, Oct. 11

          A travel blog entry by alexandmary on Oct 11, 2013

          15 photos

          We had a day to sleep in, more or less, and didn't have to meet until 9:15 down in the lobby. Places did not open until 10, so there was no point in meeting sooner. It was a lovely breakfast in the dining room and a more leisurely morning.

          Shimla - the British spelled it Simla. The "h" is pronounced very softly, sort of as a "tch" sound and it was easier for the British to eliminate it. After independence, the "h" was restored. It is ...

          Himachal Pradesh: from Delhi to Shimla

          A travel blog entry by morganmgotz on Nov 08, 2012

          20 photos

          ... them so funny was because they spoke and acted very much like the stereotypical Indian people you think of back home... For example, we have now discovered what a "cousin-brother" is... We asked these guys if they were friends and they said "no ways, we are cousin-brother"! We burst out laughin and they couldnt inderstand why we thought they were so funny! To cut a long story (30minutes) short, a cousin-brother is your friend that lives in the same village as you! Hahahaha. ...

          W chmurach

          A travel blog entry by lululemon on Aug 20, 2011

          1 comment, 12 photos

          Szarym switem (9 rano) udalismy sie w ostatnia podroz przez zielone sektory kubistycznego Chandigarhu i skierowalismy sie w strone dawnej letniej stolicy Indii - Simli. Miasteczko to jest najwazniejsza z zakladanych masowo w XIX wieku przez Brytyjczykow tzw. hill stations, czyli gorskich osad, do ktorych uciekali w lecie przed skwarem rownin. Jak juz wiecie, nie udalo nam sie zdobyc biletow na oslawionego toy traina, ale wiele nie stracilismy, bowiem jego trasa wiodla ...