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Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe
Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe
Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe
Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe
Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe

Palette - Hermitage Resort Deluxe

Naya Basti, Darjeeling
Parking Facility
Attached Bathroom
Daily Housekeeping
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Includes Breakfast
₹3938₹562630% off
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Darjeeling, known as the ‘Queen of the Hills’ is one of the prettiest hill stations in India located in northern part of West Bengal. It's all about magnificent views of snow-capped Kanchenjunga, torrents flowing down the mountain slopes, lovely tea gardens, landscapes with firs, pines & ferns, and all that combined with friendly people and modern yet colonial charm. A walk along the bustling streets that wind through the town will ensure a meeting with people from Sikkim, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. When anyone arrives in the town, a cup of steaming Darjeeling brew is always high on the to-do list.

Darjeeling - Places to Visit

Darjeeling is known as the ‘Queen of the Hills’.Once a summer resort for the British Raj elite, Darjeeling remains the terminus of the narrow-gauge Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, or “Toy Train,” completed in 1881. It's famed for the distinctive emerald-green tea plantations that dot its surrounding slopes. Its backdrop is Mt. Kanchenjunga, among the world’s highest peaks. The drive through Kurseong to the hill station provides surreal views to the nature enthusiast. The town is surrounded by emerald-green tea plantations and the mighty Khangchendzonga (8598m).

The origins of the hill station dates back to the Raj era, and is definitely West Bengal’s premier attraction. Tourists are assured of an interesting exploration. When one isn’t awed by the beauty of the Khangchendzonga, an exploration of the colonial-era architecture, Buddhist monasteries, snow leopards and red pandas at the zoo will leave tourists wanting to come back. A walk along the bustling streets that wind through the town will ensure a meeting with people from Sikkim, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. When anyone arrives in the town, a cup of steaming Darjeeling brew is always high on the to-do list. Darjeeling is spread over a west-facing slope and is a maze of interconnecting roads and steep steps. If you arrive at the jeep stand or train station, one will be expected to make an uphill hike to the hotel. The two important squares in the town are Chowrasta, which is located near the top of town, and Clubside junction. They are linked by pedestrian-friendly Nehru Road (The Mall), which also serves as the shopping street. Hill Cart Road (Tenzing Norgay Rd) extends towards the bustling lower bazaar and is Darjeeling’s main thoroughfare for vehicles.

The Ghum junction, located about 7km southwest from Darjeeling, houses a slew of colourful Buddhist monasteries. Yiga Choling Gompa, among the popular monasteries, has old murals and houses close to 30 monks that belong to the Gelugpa school. The monastery also enshrines a 5m-high statue of Jampa (Future Buddha). A view of the magnificent Himalaya range is possible from Tiger Hill. The morning spectacle is a hit among tourists and one can find a number of jeeps making their way to Tiger Hill every morning at about 4am. One might even get caught in a traffic jam or two along the way. One should definitely pick their spot wisely if they want to get the best view of the Himalaya. A number of tourists choose to visit Darjeeling in the months of October and November. Also, one can plan a visit from mid-March to mid-May. This is the time when skies are dry and temperatures are favourable. Winters are especially cold.

If one is planning a visit in December or Janurary, it would be essential to carry and extra jumper. The monsoon months – from June to September- can be wet and should be avoided. There are a slew of quaint budget and premium OYO Rooms in the vicinity. One can always choose to stay near Mall Road to ensure proximity to the heart of the town. There are hotels near the railway station, Batasia Loop and Ghum. Some of the hotels have rooms with wooden floors and walls to insulate from the cold. Most of the hotels also offer amazing morning views.
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What are some of the budget and premium accommodation options in Darjeeling?
If you are looking to have a pleasant and luxurious stay at Darjeeling, OYO Rooms offer both budget and premium accommodations at the best prices.
Budget accommodation:
OYO 12997 The Rope, OYO 3875 Hotel Everest Glory, OYO 13580 The Queenz 👍
Premium accommodation:
OYO 28741 Hotel Potala Deluxe, OYO 24619 Spring Burn Deluxe 👍
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What are some of the best economy accommodations near the bus stand?
Near the bus stand, you can easily book any of Room’s affordable and comfortable accommodations offered by OYO Rooms. Here are a few good options:
OYO 27709 Hotel Red Cherry, OYO 12997 The Rope, OYO 3875 Hotel Everest Glory 🙂 🙂
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What are some of the best stay options near the Railway?
You will get comfortable OYO Rooms accommodations near the Darjeeling Railway Station that are affordable for a pleasant stay. Some of them are:
OYO 12997 The Rope,OYO 3875 Hotel Everest Glory, OYO 27025 Hotel Pine Crest 👍 👍
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What is the best food that you can eat in Darjeeling?
Darjeeling is also famous for its food. Here are a few great places to eat in Darjeeling. Go to Keventers restaurant famous for its coffee and English breakfast and if you are a meat lover, you can also try sausages, meatloaf, ham and bacon. Kunga is best for having Tibetan food such as wonton soup, thenthuks, bhakthuks and other noodles. Try the delicious Tom Yam soup at the Park restaurant. Darjeeling is famous for delicacies such as Thukpa and momos which you can try at Kunga’s. For amazing Nepali Thali, you can visit the Revolver and Penang restaurant. Churpee and Saphalay are other local delicacies which are easily available at local eateries. Go to Glenary for freshly baked bread and different varieties of cakes including scones, muffins and roasts. You can also go to Frank Ross Cafe, one of the well-known cafes in town. And lastly, try the Darjeeling Tea without which no trip can be complete at Sunset Lounge and at Nathmulls Tea Room.
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What are the shopping areas in Darjeeling?
Chowrasta and The Mall is one of the most happening places in Darjeeling surrounded by roadside food stalls, curio shops, woollens and other collectibles along the street. Nehru road, Batasia loop market, Pashupati Nagar market, Tibetan Refugee Self-help centre, Dragon Market, Bhutia market are other shopping destinations in Darjeeling offering different items from clothes to books and handicrafts.
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What adventurous activities can be done in Darjeeling?
There are many adventurous activities for adventure enthusiasts in Darjeeling. Go Hiking at Dawaipani Jungle or for mountain biking in the hills of the enchanting Darjeeling. Camping at Tiger Hill, Rock climbing at Tenzing Rock and paragliding at Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and river rafting at Teesta river are some other thrilling and fun-filled activities.
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How is the nightlife in Darjeeling?
Darjeeling does not have a very lively nightlife and so it starts and ends early. However, there are few bars and pubs in Darjeeling such as Joey’s Pub, The Buzz, Planter’s club where you can enjoy a few drinks. Beyond 9 PM, you might not get too many open places so make sure you head out early for having a good time.
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What is the best time to visit Darjeeling?
If you are someone who enjoys cold weather, you can visit Darjeeling between October to March as the weather is quite chilly. You can witness the enchanting beauty of the place in spite of the absence of snowfall during winters. During Monsoons, the place receives heavy rainfall that causes landslides and roads blocks making it difficult to travel. Summers from April to June are quite pleasant in Darjeeling which is also a perfect time to visit this place.
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Are there any nice resorts in Darjeeling?
At OYO we have a lot of good options to provide a comfortable stay in all OYO properties of Darjeeling for you. If you are looking forward to a leisure trip in Darjeeling and want to stay in a resort, Just choose the filter 'Resorts' under the section called 'Accommation Types'.
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Any 5 star hotels in Darjeeling?
We at OYO have an extensive range of facilities and superlative services during your Darjeeling hotel stay, choose 'Premium' or 'Elite' as your Property Type. This will display a list of luxury Properties in Darjeeling best suited to your requirements.
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