Shangrila Regency

Address: 21, Gandhi Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 21, Gandhi Road, Darjeeling, is near Tiger Hill, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, and Barbotey Rock Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

    The Queen Of Hill Stations

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Mar 10, 2015

    137 photos

    ... is taken very ******* seriously here and it's not served as the chai in the rest of the country is. That would be sacrilege. It's served black and unsweetened, like nectar of the gods, and you'll pay around ₹70 for a cup in the high end places, and we did frequent the high end places because there's something about sipping tea, chosen from a seven page menu, from a glass cup, with your pinky up, that makes you feel a little bit posh. ...

    The infamous Darjeeling tea

    A travel blog entry by smeelog on May 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... tea planters. And it seem everyone is in agreement, its let itself go. Since we've left, we keep being asked (with that knowing look): "so, what did you think of Darjeeling?" It's such a shame that the colonial charm has started to fade. The streets are now clogged with traffic; the once great houses, such as the heritage Windamere Hotel, have been neglected; and the art of afternoon tea has clearly ...

    Arubote, Ilam

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 11, 2013

    29 photos

    ... wife Kosheila works in Ilam six days a week, and is only back on Fridays. Dinner consisted of rice with spinach (that Jenna had picked from the garden) and fried potatoes. There is no room for western table customs here, and we dug straight in with our fingers as we have learnt to do. Fortunately, we'd finished eating by the time the blackout came - between 7 and 8 o'clock the district is plunged into darkness. There isn't really a more unsociable time for this to happen, but since ...

    Day 32

    A travel blog entry by craigandkelly on Nov 06, 2012

    7 photos

    ... to try to keep up with the train.

    Next on the agenda, afternoon tea in the Windamere hotel. An absolutely beautiful hotel which, was an old colonial house and looked like it hadn't changed one bit in at least 100 years. After eating far too many sandwiches, cakes, biscuits and scones and drinking about 4 cups each of Darjeeling tea we dragged ourselves back up the hill to our hotel. Not the healthiest dinner but ...

    Boxing Day at the Zoo

    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Dec 26, 2011

    26 photos

    ... eyebrows) and the absolutely massive Yak’s who looked as though they had a huge shabby coat on.


    When we reached the brow of the hill we walked straight ahead and into the Mountaineering Institute which had been founded in 1954 and provided training for some of India’s leading mountaineers.

    As we arrived there was a huge wall with the words 'May (you) climb from peak to peak’. Up some more steps ...