DALHOUSIE

Inspired by the best that the Himalayas have to offer, Fortune Park Dalhousie is set amidst the picturesque Pir-Panjal range adorned by a dense cover of slender pine trees, verdant greens and enchanting views of the sun-kissed valley.

Surrounded by majestic snow peaks in the winter, the hotel exudes a sense of wonder and calm from every nook and corner. Traces of the quaint charm of the colonial town founded by Lord Dalhousie and its rich architectural heritage, echo in the aesthetic design and decor of the pretty hotel. Dashes of vibrant colour, niche seating spaces and a snug fireplace add warmth to the lobby. 60 plush rooms and suites, mostly overlooking the pristine valley, bring comfort and bliss to the leisure travellers looking to reflect in its beauty. A temperature controlled indoor swimming pool with its infinite view, a well-equipped fitness centre and a restful spa bring wellness to the body and soul.

Together with a stellar multi-cuisine coffee shop- Zodiac and a well-equipped bar- Neptune the hotel also comprises The Oak Lounge, a mesmerizing terrace space that stares into virgin wilderness and misty hues.

Over 450sq.m.of banquet spaces and a large terrace with a gazebo add value to the discerning guests looking for impressive venues to host their conferences, social dos, weddings and memorable events.

With a team of benevolent, committed and welcoming staff, the hotel offers impeccable service, high-end amenities, a kid’splay area, a pool table and an array of exciting activities for guests of all age groups.

Just a short drive from Gandhi Chowk, Fortune Park, Dalhousie offers easy access to key attractions of the area and is just xx km away from Khajjiar, the mini-Switzerland of India.

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FORTUNE HOTELS IN DALHOUSIE

Fortune Park Dalhousie, Dalhousie

Fortune Park Dalhousie, Near Gandhi Chowk, Subhash Bowli Road, District. Chamba, Dalhousie - 176304

Location : Himachal Pradesh

Fortune Park Dalhousie is set amidst the picturesque Pir-Panjal range adorned by a dense cover of slender pine tree and enchanting views of the sun-kissed valley. Read More >

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