Kasauli Regency – What an Evening in Kasauli

What an Evening in Kasauli

We tried to book this hotel for a weekend couldn’t get through as Kasauli is packed in June specially the weekends.
So booked Monday & Tuesday.

Best thing we did was to ask the staff about the activities. Besides TT & Pool they said they can arrange a guy who plays guitar. and it was without paying extra charges.That was awesome. This place Hangout, Bar & Restaurant in Kasauli Regency is amazing. It was little cold and the view was stunning. This guy I forgot his name, …. Sahil perhaps plays very nice Guitar and also sings mostly hindi songs, also played Hotel California for us.

We were a group of six. all of us had a very quality time at this resort. Rooms were very good in quality.
But the evening at hangout was unforgettable. Very good experience in this small hotel.

Date of stay July 2009
Visit was for Quality time with friends

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Kasauli Castle – Well Located

Very well located with beautiful views and extremely good service. they also have a huge projector screen on which really nice movies are screened every evening 8pm onwards. So one doesn’t get the feeling that once the sun sets, there’s nothing left to do. The food served in the in house restaurant is a banquet with a lot of variety. We stayed 4 days and ate very well every day. All in all, Kasauli castle definitely helps makes a trip to Kasauli more memorable.

I stayed here with: On a Holiday – with Family

I liked: The decor, the garden and the projector screen on which movies were screened each evening.

I didn’t like: It’s a bit of a steep climb up to the hotel entrance but well worth it.

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Hotel Kasauli Castle – Charming Kasauli

Charming Kasauli

Kasauli is a nice quiet place. Hanumanji Has kept one leg at Kasauli when he went to take Sanjivani For Laxmana. This place is called Manki Point in the Indian Airforce base station. You have walk a little from main gate of air force station & then to climb the hill of around 300 + steps. Nice view from the top.

Kasauli Castle resort is on hill and a very decent clean small resort. Management & staff is good. They organize evening movie or sports program on the projector in their small lawn. You can view the same from your room’s gallery. Other side are suit rooms having a nice view of Kasauli valley.

We stayed there for one night. Resort management is having the list of places to be visited at Kasauli. If you wish to rest then this is a good option on the way to Shimla from Chandigarh / Ambala.

Other attractions of Kasauli Sunset Point, Old British Church, Kasauli Club etc.

Liked — Nice quiet place
Disliked — Nothing

Date of stay May 2009
Visit was for Quality time with family
Travelled with Family with young children
Age group 25-34

Would you recommend this hotel to a friend? Yes
I recommend this hotel for Families with Small Children, Families with Teenagers, tourists
I selected this hotel as a top choice for Museums / Cultural / Historical sites, Great food / Wine

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Kasauli Peace and Tranquility

Location in the Shivaliks at 6,400 ft, overlooking the plains of Punjab, 77km from Shimla Route from Delhi NH1 to Ambala; NH22 to Dharampur via Panchkula and Pinjore; state road to Kasauli.

Strolling down quiet country lanes lined with aged chestnut trees, not a sound to be heard save for the sweet chattering of birds, Kasauli will help you rid your mind of its clutter and your body of its lassitude. Indeed, the very air of Kasauli is inspiring, making it the first choice of Khushwant Singh, who escapes to his cottage here for writing – something that is not without its distractions in Delhi.

Chances are, you’ve picked Kasauli for its peace and tranquility. This seems to be shattered once a year, every first week of October, when the Lawrence School at Sanawar close by celebrates Founder’s Day. Definitely a time to avoid Kasauli.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO :
Good news – there is practically nothing to do in Kasauli. If you do, however, want to drag yourself out of your comfy deckchair and trudge up the surrounding hills, Kasauli’s bracing, crisp air offers comfortable walks to those insistent on some exercise. Also stroll through the town, from the Lower Mall to the Upper Mall, and around the Sanatorium. ‘Views’ have been built at different points, offering views of the Himalayan peaks in the distance.

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A short stint in Kasauli

We did a short stint in a small village, Kuthar, on the Kasauli hills (Set up a pretty fancy school there actually). The view from the verandah was great. Kuthar has a palace, and a raja a well. Vj took some lovely photos :

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