The heritage hotel in Shimla, Wildflower Hall is reconstructed to provide ethnic features of age-old Colonial architecture and provides guests with international standards of services. The traditional charm and the modern living becomes one in this hotel. Situated amidst serene mountains, a stay in here is like a fairy tale coming to life.
In early days, Wildflower Hall was the country escape for British Viceroys and top-ranking British officials. Between 1976 and 1880, the property was owned by G H M Batten. Wildflower Hall gained popularity when it was owned by illustrious resident Lord Kitchener who was given the title of "the greatest Commander-in-Chief that India has ever possessed". The hotel landed into the hands of Indian Government, and by 1993, the renovation of the building was started. After five years of hard work, Oberoi Wildflower Hall was converted into a luxury heritage hotel of India. Every corner of the hotel is designed to pay tribute to the elegant Colonial architecture of the original building.
All the 85 guest rooms in the hotel are feature elegant teak floors, hand woven rugs and sophisticated furnishings, all commemorating the colonial heritage of the establishment. The rooms are divided into:
All the on-site dining establishment of the hotel elates each and every guest with delicious gastronomic affairs and breathtaking views. The on-site restaurants include:
Distance From Airport30 Kms
Distance From Station12 Kms
Shimla once existed as the summer capital of colonial British. Situated in Himachal Pradesh, the gorgeous hill station is the most preferred honeymoon destination for every newlywed in the country. Also, numerous adventure activities such as mountain trek, mountain climbing, ice-skating, ice-skiing and other adventure sports make this a favorite haunt for those who are looking constantly for adrenaline pumping affairs.