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The Spa at Wildflower Hall in the Himalayas, Shimla
Wildflower Hall, Shimla Formerly the residence of Lord Kitchener, commander-in-Chief of the British Army, Wildflower Hall is situated an impressive 8250 feet above sea-level. The resort is surrounded by 22 acres of magnificent cedar and pine forests and enjoys breathtaking views of the Greater Himalaya. All guest rooms and public areas overlook the snow-capped mountain ranges and cedar forests.

Wildflower Hall provides an opportunity to get close to nature and experience the mystery, romance and adventure of the Himalayas while enjoying the security, comfort and luxury of a 5-star resort. With 87 well-appointed suites and guest rooms, restaurants, bar, world-class spa, fitness centre, heated swimming pool and open air Jacuzzi, Wildflower Hall is on top of the world in more ways than one.

The resort is about an hour from Jubbar Hatti Airport at Shimla with regular connections from Delhi. Guests can be met from Chandigarh, Kalka and Shimla railway stations by resort staff in air-conditioned chauffeur driven limousines.

From the 87 suites and rooms every guest has spectacular views over the cedar forests and mountain ranges. Every room has a spacious marble bathroom with separate shower and walk-in closets and personalized butler service. 3 Executive Suites feature a separate living room with a fireplace. In addition, the very grand Lord Kitchener Suite has a four-poster bed in the master suite and a second bedroom.

Guest rooms are appointed with teak floors, hand-knotted rugs and rich furnishings which reflecting the colonial heritage of the hotel and respect the traditional skills of local craftsmen. All rooms feature a personal bar, satellite television and DVD player and direct dial telephones with data port. Three interconnecting sets of rooms are available at the resort. 24 hours in-room dining, same day laundry and dry cleaning and 24 hour butler service all add to the exceptional standard of services guests enjoy at Wildflower Hall.

The Restaurant : Open from 7.00am to 10.30pm the Restaurant has a large open-air terrace offering panoramic views over the mountains. The menus include a varied range of Pan-Asian and Continental dishes. Guests can dine here looking out over the most spectacular scenery in the world.

Rooms in Wildflower Hall, Shimla Lutyens: An elegant Indian restaurant specialising in traditional Indian cooking, Lutyens opens in the high season for dinner only.

The Cavalry Bar : The Bar is open from 12 noon to 10.00pm and offers a full range of fine wines and spirits. Just the spot for an aperitif before dinner.

Spa in the Himalayas :
A world class Spa opened recently at Wildflower Hall, bringing the resort right into the top league of luxury destinations. The Oberoi Spa by Banyan Tree offers holistic treatments based on Ayurvedic, Asian and Western therapies to relax, rejuvenate and inspire. With tranquil views through lush green cedar and pine forests, the Spa Pavilions offer stressed out guests a peaceful haven in which to revitalize themselves both inside and out. Therapies offered by trained therapists include an Aromatic Massage, Balinese Massage, Head and Shoulder Massage, Hawaiian Massage, Thai Massage and a Wild Lavender Scrub.

A top of the range Gym located at Spa level features Life Fitness Exercycle, Multigym, Stepper and Treadmill machines. The heated indoor swimming pool opens from 9am to 9pm .The fabulously sited outdoor Jacuzzi is on the terrace. Sauna and Steam rooms are also on this level. More adventurous outdoor activities are available to make the most of the magnificent surroundings: River rafting, Mountain Biking, Horse Riding, Trekking, Archery, Ice Skating (in winter) and Golf (at Naldhera) can all be arranged. In Summer, the Resort's Tennis Court opens. Horses and Ponies are available for hire at the Resort and must be booked in advance. The Resort can arrange- at extra cost - transport, equipment, guides and picnic hampers for any of these activities.

As the highest mountain range in the world, the grandeur, mystery and romance of the Himalayas cannot be surpassed. The Indian epic, Mahabharata, describes how the Pandavas journeyed through the Himalayas in the hope of reaching Heaven alive. "In a hundred ages of the gods, I could not tell you the wonders of the Himalaya," notes an ancient Vedic text. Indeed, the Himalayas have held a special place in India's spiritual consciousness since ancient times.

Spa in Wildflower Hall Shimla Bordered by Tibet and Kashmir in the north and Punjab in the south, the mountainous state of Himachal Pradesh lies in the Western Himalayas, which extend across 500 km and comprise 16 ridges, broken by the river Sutlej. The region incorporates some of the greatest mountaineering terrain in the world, including the high altitude area of the Cold Desert and the valleys of Spiti and Lahaul, with their stark, elemental beauty. Set in the midst of these imposing ranges, at a height of 2500 meters (8250 feet) above sea level, Mashobra is situated on a traverse spur, well known as Asia's largest watershed with the water basins of the Indus on one side and the Ganges on the other.

The historic Hindustan-Tibet road initiated by Lord Dalhousie in 1850 links Mashobra and Shimla. Cut into the side of precipices that descend into deep ravines and hillsides densely covered with deodar forests, the road passes through colourful roadside bazaars and the Sanjauli tunnel. The road was finally completed at the turn-of-the-century in Lord Kitchener's time. Mashobrašs bustling, local bazaar provides the locals with day-to-day essentials, while its fertile, terraced fields grow fruit, vegetables and flowers to supply Shimla and the surrounding area with the freshest of produce.

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