Windamere Hotel Darjeeling, West Bengal
A charming, romantic property atop a hill that strikes a beautiful balance between history, modernity and luxury
The Annandale House is a beautiful English styled house facing the Chowrasta
Spend hours lounging around at the front terrace outside the bar with a cup of Darjeeling tea
Looking down on the Snuggery from the balcony of the Observatory house
The entrance to the Ada Villa, originally built for bachelor tea planters and British Raj officials, contains six colonial suites
The dining room set up during Christmas time
The traditional British Raj bar since 1939. We loved the sign that says no smoking, no cell phones allowed. It's a great place to socialise, just like back in the day.
Some of the secluded hillside cottages are perfect for those on a honeymoon
The Chogyal of Sikkim colonial suite was named after the King of Sikkim who was formally introduced to his second wife while at the hotel.
Those hidden spaces around the garden area in the hotel are a treat for the soul
Bearpark's Parlour, a lovely sitting room that is used as a space to socialise and sometimes serve afternoon tea.
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway or DHR Club in the Snuggery is a two-roomed bungalow, often used by Toy Train enthusiasts and adventurers. The club is often used for private parties.
Get a relaxing massage during your stay here
The greens around the hotel
The Oberservatory house that overlooks the chowrasta
Take a walk down to Observatory Hill to enjoy panoramic view of the mountains and Darjeeling and visit Mahakal Temple, where Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist together harmoniously!
The snow capped Kanchenjunga souring above the quaint town of Darjeeling
The mall runs around observatory hill with fabulous views of the mountains