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Reviewed July 28, 2011

A great place to stay to compliment a visit to a lovely/quiet hill town in the Himalayas.
The building is over 150 years old colonial structure, if i remember right.
Its quaint, spiral staircases, wooden floors, big windows, and a large area outside to sit out or explore.
The food was great as well, infact on one of the trips to ranikhet when i was staying elsewhere, we dropped in just for lunch and to take in the ambience.
One of the rooms on the first floor has a huge window on two sides, and on most clear days you can see the snow capped peaks peeping out in the distance.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Hus_09
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Reviewed July 21, 2011

Ranikhet is itself a low crowded place to visit, where most of the part is covered by the Jungle. We visited there last year in first week of August, during the Monsoon. During our trip to Ranikhet we were full of regrets, that whey did we plan for this trip in Monsoon, as it was heavily raining all around. Thankfully by the time we reached there rain has stopped and the weather was quite pleasant.

By the entrance of the Chevron Rosemount Hotel, no one can make out that its really a good 3 star rated hotel resort. But by the wood used to build up the main reception building of this hotel, it seems to be developed during British Rule. Absolutely clear and hygiene Atmosphere and ambiance to stay.

The hospitality of the hotel was visible from the entrance itself, when two of the hotel staf ran towards our Cars for the luggage, good to see them saluting to my parents. So soft spoken, that you cant stop praising them.

We opted for separate family cottage instead of going with hotel rooms, as the hotel rooms were too old, however classic in terms of interior. The family cottage were recently buildup with two rooms and attached bathrooms in it including one common drawing room in it. you'll be surprised to know the rates we were charged for the same. We were charged Rs 4000.00 per night on making the reservation from its Delhi office. However when we inquired on reception, they offered the same two room cottage at just Rs. 2500 per night. Isn't it surprising?

Room were equipped with every kind of modern requirement along with cable TV, hot/cold running water.

We reached by afternoon, had lunch and some rest, after that we followed to its garden having badminton court in it. Played Badminton for an hour, while kids enjoyed the manual fun rides in the garden. Our parents were enjoying playing the Chess.

They organized free bonfire at the evening, and we enjoyed the warmth with music and dance, of our own.

They have a good restaurant, with antique ambiance inside. Serving good food as per the location, cant expect better then that. They serve all kind of food. I mean normal. If you wish to have sea food or Mexican or others, you can't expect these at this place.

They had separate room for Table Tennis and Carom down towards their staff quarters. I lost all the games with my wife, that too was a big surprise for me.

Taking sip of tea, out of cottage, on the leaning chair in the morning with sun peeping from the clouds and fog being seen around, is like a unique experience for me, never seen never felt. The location of the hotel is really awesome, to provide all such wonderful experience.

Next morning we went for the temple near by Jhula Devi, good peaceful small temple. Further moved towards the original Ranikhet, the Chaubattia Garden. Spread over a huge area in between the Jungle of Ranikhet. Amazing.. Due to rainy season, didn't find much to see there, however could see only vegetables grown and the fruits trees didn't have fruits.

There are other places too to visit, but you may avoid them, as they are not worth visiting, its better to take rest in hotel.

Now more about hotel. not sure about other season, but if you are visiting in monsoon, please take care of yourself, use mosquito cream whenever you are out, as you can find mosquito all around due to Jungles and rainy season. Keep your rooms locked specially the net door, as the bugs may enter your room, and spoil your dreams. better not to move out of hotel campus at night, as the area does have dangerous animals, as said by the hotel person, however they did have the security all over the hotel campus, with full flash light arrangements.

Room Tip: single family better to get room on 1st floor, rest please go for cottage
  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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Thank onlynaval
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Reviewed June 26, 2011

Its a 150 year old "heritage" property nestled on the Mall Road and is very quite. It has open spaces and on a clear day you will get amazing views of the Himalayn Range....
It has a main buiding and some cottages. We stayed first night in the cottage and then shifted to a main building Room. I would suggest fellow travellers (specially those who have small kids) to stay in the main building. The rooms are much bigger and neat.
The food was alright, however the service needed reminders at times to get your job done.
Overall, we stayed there for 3 Nights and found the place alright.... as we went o Ranikhet to get some peaceful Days, we more or less got it.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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Thank SUN-VI
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Reviewed June 15, 2011

The property is very gud. Staffs are excellent....services are too gud.....its like staying at home away from home....Hospitality is excellent.......Location is too gud.....but one should go in a group to enjoy the every aspects of the property.....Chinese Food in their menu is par excellent.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Sheel080267
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Reviewed June 23, 2010

We stayed at Chevron Ranikhet during our honeymoon. Its a charming hotel, converted from a century-old British home. The quaint architecture and furniture only added to the ambience and charm of the place. We went in winter, with temperatures hitting 0C, but the bonfires lit by the hotel staff in the evening, and the dinner they served warmed up right up!
Our room had a stunning view of the Himalayan snow peaks...among the highlights of our stay. Be prepared for rickety stairs and beds, and oodles of charm from this hotel :)

  • Stayed: December 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank B0hemianRhaps0dy
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