Swirled in the mist of time, Fortune The Savoy is an elegant and historic hotel that was opened by Cecil D. Lincoln, an Irish barrister, here in 1902. Built in English Gothic architecture style, Fortune The Savoy is a wonderful mix of old world charm and new-age conveniences, and promises to give its guests an unparalleled experience.
With a regal history of more than a hundred years, the hotel has been delighting famous dignitaries and royalties from India and abroad with its heart-warming services and all the appurtenances of luxury. As a summer resort in the heydays of the Raj, The Savoy at Mussoorie had few equals. More than a hundred years later, it still is. Today, as a Fortune hotel, it stands in all its glory, ready to turn the clock back in time for the connoisseur of fine living.
Located 34 km from Dehradun at an altitude of 2500 metres above sea level in the beautiful Gharwal Hills, Mussoorie is one of the most frequently visited hill stations in India as it provides the perfect getaway to those who want relief from the hot, sultry conditions of the plains, especially since it is close enough to the capital to make just a weekend trip.
The hotel is conveniently located at the Library end of the Mall Road at Gandhi Chowk, around 32 km from Dehradun Railway Station and 55 km from Jolly Grant Airport. And, if you want to come by car, the property is about a 7 hours' drive from New Delhi. The royal heritage here beckons you to the quiet beauty of the hills while 'Romancing the Past'. So check out little history, check in to Fortune The Savoy.
- 55 km (approx. 2 hrs drive) from Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun and 32 km (approx. 1 hr 30 min drive) from Dehradun Railway Station
- In the heart of Mall Road – the main town square of Mussoorie. Main attractions of Mall Road are at 100 meters from the main gate
- Walking distance from Camel’s Back Road
- 2 km from Gun Hill
- 5 km from Company Garden
- 8 km from Cloud’s End
- 15 km from Kempty Falls
- 4-5 km from Other Attractions: Lal Tibba, Sister Bazaar, Chaar Dukkan, Landour Market, Sir George Everest House, Wax Museum, Lake Mist , Mussoorie Lake