Hotel Shangri-La

Address: THE MALL, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, 176304, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on THE MALL, Dalhousie, is near Gandhi Smriti, Rajpath, ISKCON Temple, and Jantar Mantar - Delhi.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Shangri-La Dalhousie

        Reviewed by ktthomas

        Stay far away

        Reviewed May 6, 2013
        by (4 reviews) Saranda , Albania Flag of Albania

        this hotel is at the bottom of an unsafe stair case consisting of about 20 steps.
        The "lobby' is dark, and the staff incompetent in any aspect.
        The first room we were shown was in the bowels of this place and totaly unacceptable.We requested a different room and we were shown one on the same level as the reception. Though a large enough room, it
        had much to desire. The room was dirty, the linens stained and filthy. They were changed when we requested them to do so.
        The restaurant was closed but one could order a "few select " dishes.
        I would not recommend this hotel to anyone at any given time.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Shangri-La Dalhousie

        3.00 of 5 stars Good

        Travel Blogs from Dalhousie

        Shopping and the Indians

        A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Nov 02, 2015

        2 photos

        ... was so sad. You can pretend to be oblivious to this culture shock but you are just kidding yourself if you say you can accept it without being affected. I cannot believe it is 2015 and these people are being forsaken by their own. The president lives not 2 kilometres from where I am seeing this, in a palace and grounds that are worth many many billions of dollars and these people are in the depths of despair. Sorry to be so morbid as I am coming to last of my posts.

        How exotic!

        A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Jul 07, 2015

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... many hindu temples on Chandni Chowk and a Jain temple 'Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir'. In this buddhist temple there is a bird hospital which we visited, in which there are many birds including budgies, cockatoos, canaries, a peacock and many, many pigeons. Strict Jain followers believe all life is sacred, so having an avian hospital makes sense. In fact some believe this so strongly they refuse to eat roots as this means the plant itself will die, for example carrots ...


        A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Apr 11, 2015

        31 photos

        ... is essentially square in design, though chamferred on the edges to appear octagonal, to prepare ground for the design of the interior structure. Theplinth made with rubble core has fifty-six cells all around, and houses over 100 gravestones. Plus, the entire base ...

        Namaste from Delhi

        A travel blog entry by brett_n_jen on Feb 09, 2015

        10 photos

        ... built out of red sandstone, white marble and black onyx. This is the only mosque on the sub-continent that not only allows Westerners to enter but also women!! Jen had to wear a full length overcoat and I had to wear a lungi - like a big kilt. This place was amazing and will probably be the only mosque that we may ever enter. We took photos of the Red Fort from the upper balcony and Nadeem filled our heads with knowledge.

        Great Flight! (once we got off the ground)

        A travel blog entry by wareameye on Aug 05, 2014


        ... of uninterrupted sleep on United's great lie-flat beds. The flight is a total of 13 hours, so I am able to squeeze in one more film before landing. I picked a short one that I thought I wouldn't mind missing if something more interesting came along: "There is a Heaven." What a sweet story about a boy who had a near-death experience. I'm a bit jaded after various traumas with religion, so expected to be snickering and scoffing, but instead I found the story washing over ...