Kasauli Resort

Address: Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173204, India | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKasauli Resort

    Reviewed by neetuwahi

    Kasauli Resorts- My preferred choice for Stay !

    Reviewed Jun 20, 2014
    by (1 review) New Delhi , India Flag of India

    One of the resorts on better side that I have stayed in. Its huge, with a very well maintained lawn, nice spacious room, though the bathrooms do look a bit old but are clean and well maintained. Its on a bit of higher side as far as the rates are concerned.They have deluxe, premium rooms and cottages that they rent out. Though when we went there was no premium room available hence we had to stay in a deluxe room and I think the room was great. It had enough space for one kid to move around and a nice balcony. The view from the room was very nice and we could see the temple on the top of the hill from the room. The highlight of the resort is the lawn which is very well maintained with beautiful flowers and swings for kids. I feel its a perfect place fore the families to holiday.
    The Indian cuisine was nice , however, Chinese was not even average in taste. Also, the only beer they could provide was Kingfisher and had no variety, though all the other brands were available in the market.
    Barring these minute issues, its nice resort and I would like to go back again.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kasauli Resort

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    Travel Blogs from Kasauli

    Cutting to the chase

    A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 29, 2014

    ... of wonderful things she talks about him. She is the strongest most rational person I have ever met. Truly beautiful and admirable. From her stories about her time in the Himalayas with her guru to the times when she lived in France for a month in a castle, it's hard not to be in awe with this lady! And. She started a special needs school in a developing country, where they are stuck in the times we were at 60 years ago with ...

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    A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... off to join the British army having been well trained in the army life he had experienced at this school.
    Today we visited the school to fill in the gaps of Dad's stories. The school is situated on a hilltop and like Indian towns in the hills, rambles along many ridges causing one to have to climb up or down to classrooms. dorms, canteens etc. It is certainly for the fit, so Mark & I looked decidely out ...

    For rock sake!!

    A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Aug 17, 2013

    49 photos

    ... lunch in the swanky hotel, finally got some salad!! Cara and Glynn arrived and we were off. It was the most bizarre city tour I have ever been on. They told you noting as you drove from place to place but then told you to get off when you got somewhere and you just kind of had to guess what it was. They would then tell you how long you had there and that was about it. After one stop we got back on to find a new passenger, who ...

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    A travel blog entry by laura.and.steve on Nov 08, 2010

    1 comment, 72 photos

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    A travel blog entry by malariamonday on Jun 15, 2010

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... our drivers were (unexpectedly) cautious and drove slowly. They even waited until after the blind corners to overtake people. So, at the risky speed of 20kms/hour, we trundled along the confined route to our destination.

    2. The Buses. We watched a film today set in the 1950s and I am pretty sure I saw our first bus in one of the scenes. Although in other parts of the country there are deluxe bus options, here in the mountains ...