Hotel Himalaya was built in 1918 and catered to the Indian Royalty; the hotel was one of the hotels to come up the district during British rule. It has the views of vast valleys and Nainital lake. This hotel is located in Nainital Hill Station in Uttarakhand with scenic Himalayan Mountains and Lake.
Address: Near Bus Stand, Tallital, Nainital, Uttarakhand 263002
Nearest Airport: Patnagar Airport, 56 kms
Nearest Railway Station: Kathgodam Station, 36 kms
Altitude: 2,084 meters ASL Approx
Weather: The Colorful Summer (Mid-March to June) as the winter fades away by Mid-March Nainital experiences a return of wildflowers and bright blue skies. The temperatures during the summer months vary from 16 to 23 degrees Celsius until it starts dropping again by July.
There are total 60 rooms at hotel Himalaya, with all the modern amenities like TV, Carpeted walls, wll furnished rooms, sofa, chairs etc. The rooms here are categorized as:
Standard Rooms: These rooms are perfect for those who are looking for great quality at great price.
Heritage rooms: These rooms are located in heritage wing; these rooms have private sitting area with vintage feel.
Deluxe Lake Facing Rooms: As the name suggests, these rooms have the mesmerizing views of The Naini Lake; these rooms are ideally for those who want to just sit back and take in the breathtaking views in the room.
Heritage Family Rooms: These rooms are also in heritage wing with two rooms, ideal for families. These rooms are spacious and have impeccable amenities.
• Aesthetically designed rooms
• Running hot water from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the morning
• Restaurant serving buffet breakfast and dinner, a-la carte can also be ordered
• Television in all rooms with cable connections
• Intercom facility in all rooms
• Luggage rack
• 24 hrs power back up
• Room service
• Housekeeping services
• Free Car parking
• Mini Golf
• Laundry service
• Daily housekeeping
• Lake View
• Complimentary Wi-Fi
• Basketball Court
• Games Room - Air Hockey
• Left Luggage Room
• Add your own Amenity
• Himalaya mini golf ( 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. )
• Air hockey
• Bonfire on request ( chargeable and from 7 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. )
• Table Tennis / Carrom / ludo etc., ( 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. )
• Basketball Court ( 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. )
• Badminton Court ( 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. )
• Jungle & Nature Walks
• Rock Climbing
• Horse Riding
• Day Picnics
• Cable Car
Binsar is known for it's views of the snow capped Himalayan mountain ranges, so tourists can sit back and enjoy the panoramic views while. One can also go for trekking with abundant nature trails available at Binsar like a comfortable trek up to the Zero point from where the Himalayan views are spectacular with Kedarnath, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Panchachuli and more standing tall. Binsar also houses a sanctuary covering 45 Sq. Kms with a rich diversity of flora and fauna with forests of oak and rhododendron with a large species of flowers and 200 + birds along with some wild animals like Leopards, Himalayan Black Bears, Wild Boar, Sambhar Deer, Barking Deer and more. The famous temple of Binsar Mahadev is also nearby along with the Kasar Devi Temple and Jageshwar Dham (temples) in the neighbourhood.
Weather: The winters (November-March) is very cold and it snows Minimum temperature can go to as low as - 6 DegC. Summers (April to Mid-June) are very pleasant, offering majestic views. The temperatures during this period are comfortable with maximums settling around 28°C and minimum’s around 12°C, on an average. Monsoon season is from July to September. The place receives good amounts of rain during the period.
Closest airport: Technically Pantnagar (90 Kms / 3 Hrs) but realistically the only option is Delhi airport (390 Kms / 9 Hrs)
Railway Station: Kathgodam railway station, Haldwani railway station and Lal Kuan railway station. (in order of preference). (4-5 Hrs / 120-150Kms)
Best time to visit: April – June end and October until mid-November. Beyond mid November until March it becomes very cold.
Generally spoken language: Hindi and Kumaoni.
Altitude: 2400 Mtrs ASL approx.
One of India's largest, oldest and the most popular Tiger reserves - The Jim Corbett National Park. Sprawled over 1300+ sq Kms of dense bio-diverse forest with the Ramganga and Kosi rivers flowing through it this is actually several different forests in one, ever changing with the changing seasons. Only designated areas in the 520 sq.Kms., out of the total area, are open to tourists. Thera are five zones named Dhikala, Bijrani, Jhirna, Domunda and Sonanandi. This tiger reserve is a haven for wild life enthusiasts. 600+ species of birds, apart from the elephants, tigers, leopards, jackals, sambhar deer, spotted deer, hog deer and more. Travelers visiting the park can enjoy jeep safaris with guides / naturalists. Enjoy your stay at a jungle resort bordering the fenced boundary of the reserve.
Weather: The weather in the park is temperate compared to most other protected areas of India. The temperature may vary from 5 °C (41 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) during the winter and some mornings are foggy. Summer temperatures normally do not rise above 42 °C (104 °F). The park receives heavy rainfall during monsoons (July – September end) and remains closed around this period.
Closest airport: Technically Pantnagar (90 Kms / 3 Hrs) but realistically the only option is Delhi airport (270 Kms / 6 Hrs)
Railway Station: Ramnagar railway station
Best time to visit: October – March
Generally spoken language: Hindi, Basic English and Kumaoni.
Altitude: 300 Mtrs ASL approx.