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Tour Details

 Durations : 6 Night / 7 Days
  • 3 Night Gangtok
  • 2 Night Darjeeling
  • 1 Night Kalimpong

Drive through the picturesque slopes of the east and stopover to gaze at the beautiful vista in front of you and capture memories that'll stay with you in your albums forever. Visit ancient temples and gumphas, go for nature treks and shop like never before in the beautiful towns of Kalimpong, Gangtok and Darjeeling. All this and much more awaits you, so think no more and book this rendezvous with the best of Mother Nature right away.

 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrival At Njp Railway Station/ Bagdogra Airport - Gangtok (130 Kms /4 To 5 Hrs Approx)
On arrival at NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Airport (IXB), meet our representative, who'll assist you in boarding your vehicle to Gangtok (5500 ft /1677 mts). Check-in to the hotel on arrival and comfortably stay overnight.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 2:
Go for a full day sightseeing covering Rumtek Monastery, Jhakri Water Fall, Droul Chorthen, Research Institute of Tibetology, Directorate of Handicraft & Handloom and have a great time enjoying the flower show. Return and enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3:
After breakfast, set out on an excursion to Tshangu Lake, situated at a height of 12400 ft/ 3780 metres. The cool water of the lake is perfectly attuned with the scenic beauty around. Return back to Gangtok and enjoy an overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4:
Gangtok - Kalimpong (85 Kms /3 To 4 Hours)
Get up to a bright sunny morning and enjoy your breakfast. Later, transfer for Kalimpong (3937 feet / 1200 metres) and enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5:
Gangtok - Darjeeling (70 Kms /3 To 4 Hrs)
After breakfast, set out on a city tour and visit Dello Hills, Dr. Graham's Home, flower nurseries, Jang-Dong-Palriffo Brang and Durbin Dara Hills. Later, transfer to Darjeeling (7380 ft / 2250 mts) and after checking-in, enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6:
Get up to an early morning (at around 4 AM) and set out to Tiger Hills (8364 feet / 2550 metres to view the sunrise over Kanchendzonga Peak (subject to clear weather). On way back, visit Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop.
After breakfast, go for a half-day sight seeing of Japanese Temple, Peace Pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday), Tenzing & Gombu Rock, Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center (Closed on Sunday) & Tea Estate.
After a tiring day, look forward to a relaxing overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7:
Darjeeling - Njp Railway Station/ (Ixb) Bagdogra Airport (110 Kms /4 To 5 Hours)
Transfer to NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Airport in-time to board the train/flight for return journey.
Meals: Breakfast

 Package Price
Rs. 14,099/- *
USD 268.362/- *
EUR 203.189/- *
GBP 166.604/- *
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Gangtok, an unassuming Himalayan town comes with the quaint charms very much like most hillside towns. And yet its culture and its influences stop it from being clubbed with the rest.

Flung away from the heart of India and in proximity with Tibet, it is most certainly not the quintessential Indian town. Buddhism is prevalent. So are entrancing views of mountains and foliage.

Monks cruising down the street in bikes is a common sight. You cannot miss the numerous monasteries in the city. The mystical Do-Drul Chorten, Enchey Gompa Monastery, Rumtek Monastery, Tashiling Monastery and Phensong Monastery are quite beautiful. The Namgyal Institute of Tibetology offers an intimate rendezvous with its culture. Even better are the masked dances and processions during festivals.

Gangtok offers some incredible views of the mighty Kanchenjunga from Tashi Point and its quaint temple, Ganesh Tok. Hanuman Tok is another Hindu temple in this city.

Shoppers and foodies will be delighted. From yummy tea to Tibetan handicrafts and fur jackets, Gangtok's MG Road and Lal Bazaar are only too happy to please. The food is diverse and restaurants serve you traditional Sikkimese dishes, steamed and fried Momos, the wicked Chang and succulent meat that will have you asking for more.

Changu Lake, Saramsa Garden and Banjhakri Falls are all a short drive from the city and are neat getaways whether you want to ride a Yak, sip on hot tea meditatively or have a scrumptious picnic. For a few lessons in history, just drive up to the Nathu La Pass.

Orchids, Snow Leopards, Red Pandas and bamboos have their own sanctuaries in Gangtok that takes the conservation of its greenscape and wildlife seriously.

Not a tourist trap, with little to do and much to discover, experience the art of doing nothing and being everything in Gangtok.

A small town in Himalayan foothills, Darjeeling has evolved from pensioner's paradise to a beautiful destination envied for its beauty, culture and location.

While Darjeeling has largely been sought after for treats of trekking, camping and bird watching, there is a sudden surge of travelers seeking old world charm of tea, atrophy and beauty. And much more.

White water rafting and rapids of furious Teesta and Rangeet rivers is a relatively newfound craze for tourists. Besides, the freshness of water, the air and the fragrance of deodars is enough to intoxicate you with nature.

Even if mountaineering is not your calling, there are plenty of countryside trails you'll love trekking along. Climb up the tiger hills or the alpine forests of rhododendron, magnolias, spruce and orchid, and quietly watch wildlife living unperturbed by civilization or a view of the Mount Everest. To experience spirituality in hilltops, stop & meditate at the ages-old Ghoom monastery with promises of future. A ride in the cute toy train, watching hills while crossing them slowly is another great way to relax and rejuvenate.

A sweet little town with a market place quite like that of a not-so-touristy hill station, at first sight, Kalimpong doesn't seem like your usual holiday destination. But look closer: mingle a bit with a local chaiwala, get into conversations with a homebound wayfarer and you might see another side of Kalimpong reveal itself, vying for your attention and waiting for you to discover it.

Rolling foothills, dark green valleys, and a rich history, Kalimpong has fast become a must-visit destination in Sikkim. Imbibing a melange of cultural identities, Kalimpong is best discovered at its beautiful churches, monasteries, and temples. But if stone structures fail to fascinate you, we recommend getting into your sneakers, getting out of your hotel, and traipsing the first mountain trail you feel like. Expect astounding countryside views, untouched flora, unseen fauna, and surroundings divine. Kalimpong may be a lesser-known hill-spot, but once you're there, you know it's best the way it is now.

 Package Inclusion
  • Accommodation on twin-sharing basis
  • Meals - Breakfast
  • Two way transfers and sightseeing tours as per itinerary in a non-air-conditioned vehicle. The car, however will not be at disposal
  • All applicable hotel taxes
 Terms and Conditions
  • Per person rates (Rs) - applicable on 2 persons staying together sharing the same room
  • Service tax extra as applicable
  • Transportation provided will be as per itinerary only (not at disposal)
  • Rates are valid for minimum stay of 2 nights
  • Above package is not valid during long weekend breaks, Christmas and New Year
  • The package does not include guide services where not mentioned; same can be availed at an additional cost
  • Entrance charges anywhere are not included
  • Rates applicable for Indian Nationals only. Non Indian Nationals may avail the same package after inquiring about the applicable rate
  • Package rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • The package can not be combined with any other offer
  • The above package is not valid during national holidays, festivals & long weekends
  • Right Travels Inc,,, India (Pvt) Ltd reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.

Destination Information

Northeast India refers to the easternmost region of India consisting of the contiguous Seven Sister States, Sikkim, and parts of North Bengal (districts of Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Koch Bihar). Northeast India is ethnically distinct from the rest of India and has strong ethnic and cultural ties with East Asia and Southeast Asia, with strong ethnic cultures. Among the North Eastern states, Sikkim became an Indian protectorate in 1947 and a full state in 1975. The Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal, with an average width of 21 km to 40 km, connects the northeastern region with the rest of India. More than 2000 km of boundary is shared with other countries: including Nepal, China, Bhutan, Burma and Bangladesh. The region is known for its unique culture, handicrafts, martial arts, and scenic beauty. Problems include insurgency, unemployment, and lack of infrastructure. Since the beginning of the economic liberalization in the 1990s, studies have shown that this region is lagging behind the others in terms of development. Northeast India lie deep in the lap of easternmost Himalayan hills in northeastern part of India. Connected to rest of India by merely 20 km of wide land (at Siliguri, West Bengal), the North-East India shares over 2,000 km of border with Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Religious Art & Architecture of North East India by The book deals with the religion, art, architecture of various religious places belonging to Jainism, Buddhism, Hindu temples of Vaishnavism, Saivism, Shaktism, etc., Churches, Mosques. It contains seven chapters. The Chapter first analysises a short note on the southern zone interlinked with history of art and architecture of Orissa. The Chapter II is devoted to religious places of Jainism, Jain heritages, Jain sculptures and monuments etc. All religions have a common source, the very Being within, the Soul. From this point all religions, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Islam and all others spring. Many saints say that Love is the first religion and all religions lead you to love. Love for one another (human brotherhood), love for all creation (non-violence) and love for ones self. At Vedic Books we bring you books on all religions of the world. All religions have beauty, joy, wisdom, and festivity. Come join in a global celebration of the religion of love the love of religion.

Northeast India is a lesser-known area for archaeological research; however it will be discussed here in order to show the importance and potential for Neolithic research. Being a contact zone of South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asian countries, the region has a great diversity of cultural material dating from prehistoric times. Comparatively well-documented Neolithic cultural material is still described in a classificatory manner, which makes it further impossible to explain the basic terminological issue of Neolithic culture, which was the new way of life in the Prehistoric scenario. A fresh approach with archaeological, linguistic and ethnographic evidence is adapted and applied in order to understand the relevance of Northeast India, commonly known as the "Seven Sisters", to early origins of pottery and agriculture in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia. The archaeological comparison is based on three issues: viz. cord-impressed pottery, shouldered Celt, and rice agriculture, which aim to synthesize evidence from different neighboring areas to understand what they have in common and to provide clues for further research.

The North Eastern region has distinct climate variations. The rapid changes in topography result in climate changes within short distance. Generally the daily temperature in the plains of Brahmaputra and the Barak Valley as well as in Tripura and in the western portion of Mizo Hills is about 150 C in January, whereas in other parts of the region, the temperature is between 100C to 150C. From April it rises and in July except the south-eastern portion of Mizo hills and Shillong, the mean temperature ranges from 250C to 27.50C. During October, daily mean temperature in the hilly areas ranges between 200C and 250C, whereas in Brahmaputra and Barak Valley, Tripura and the western portion of the Mizo hills it is above 250C. Further the lowest temperature is experienced below freezing point in the upper Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh.

Northeast Indian languages owe their significant origination to societies from Burma, grouped under three families. Northeast India is that bundle that is represented by the seven sister states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. The distinct dissimilarity that is manifested through these border-line states is that each state has to unfold a legend of its own. Indeed, north-eastern India enshrouds within itself the vast unexplored and unknown tracts, some of which are perhaps still to witness the light of day. `India shining` can no more be better described than through these cluster of states, misty as they are always in environs. Though much smaller in total square feet area as opposed to their other Indian counterparts, north-eastern states predominate and override in its indigenous tribal population and culture, which comes forth in every style of living - beginning from cooking, approach to eating, dressing, singing, dancing, music, architecture, literature and of course, its ancientness in language. The terms: `wealth`, `richness`, or `luxury` or even `lush` flawlessly manifest themselves in these north eastern states, and which would not be an understatement if it is more stated that they have been doused with raw Himalayan splendour. Lapping up the outer Himalayan section, India`s northeast begins and ends in this denominated boundary line, wherein revolves the not-much publicised day-to-day transactions of tribal society, that has since modernisation taken a significant leap from quaintness to bustle. This has, as a result, made a deep and lasting impact upon northeast Indian languages and their fashion of accents.

Assamese Cuisine:
Assamese food is mainly based on rice and fish. For dessert, or for those with a sweet tooth, there is a wide range in "pithas" (cakes).
Rice is the staple diet in Assam and is eaten in various forms throughout the day. The Assamese eat a huge variety of rice-based breakfast cereals with milk, yoghurt or thick cream¬akhoi (puffed rice), chira (chura), muri, komal chaul (a specially processed rice which doesn't require cooking but just an hour's soak in cold water) and hurum to name but a few. Normally jaggery or sugar is added but for those who prefer savoury items, salt can be added. Also there are the various kinds of pitha that are prepared from rice powder.
Authentic Assamese cuisine is bland and yet very delicious. Very little oil is used and practically no spices. All Assamese people are non-vegetarian. Chicken is taboo in orthodox families and there are some, who may not eat meat. But it's difficult to find anyone who does not eat fish and duck's eggs. Mustard oil is used for cooking and occasionally clarified butter or ghee.
Arunachali Cuisine:
Traditional northeast delicacies, Chinese food and local food are available here. Poeple here generally take non-vegetarian diets. Most of their cuisines include non-vegetarian meals. Apong (local drinks made from rice or millet) is also take by the people here.
Manipuri Cuisine:
The traditional Manipuri fine dining was a literally 'sit-down' affair with banana-leaf plates. Their love for rice can be seen in every household here. Some take rice with meat, and some others prefer a fish delicacy along with the main dish. In fact Kabok, a traditional speciality, is mostly fried rice with a world of vegetables added in. The Iromba, an eclectic combination of fish, vegetables and bamboo shoots is served fermented.
Meghalayan Cuisine:
The Meghalayan cuisine is heavily tilted in favour of meat, particularly pork. Jadoh - a spicy dish of rice and pork is eaten almost any time. Besides, the local pork delicacies cooked Khasi-style, Shillong is also the Mecca of authentic Chinese food. Kyat, the local brew made from rice, adds zing to all the local celebrations. You can taste it at any of the bars spread all over Shillong Meghalaya.
Mizoram Cuisine:
The people of Mizoram are basically non-vegetarian and love meat. The food is not spicy and is cooked in such a way that the nutritive value is actually retained. The locally made wine is a great favourite. "Zu" (tea) is a popular drink. Both men and women are fond of smoking.
Sikkimese Cuisine:
Sikkim has its own unique dietary culture with specific cuisine and food recipes. You can get a variety of food in Sikkim, but specialities like the Tibetan Thupka and Momos are very popular here. A beverage to be sampled is the local 'Tchang', a beer made of millet and served in a bamboo mug. You can find this at small restaurants serving Sikkimese cuisine.
Sikkimese are essentially rice-eaters. Alcoholic drinks are popular both amongst men and women. Various traditional fermented foods and beverages is very common. Beef eating is common amongst the Bhutias. Some of the common traditional cuisines with their food recipes are - Momos, Gya Thuk or Thukpa, Ningro with Churpi, Gundruk, Phagshapa, Sael Roti.
Tripuri Cuisine:
The large Bengali community in Tripura makes for a non-vegetarian favored cuisine, with fish being an integral part of the menu. Most of the household here serves authentic Bengali delicacies.

Following are some famous Places to Visit in India in its north east corner-
Tea Garden in Assam:
Assam tea is very famous in the world for its quality and known to refresh the frustrating moods. Same is the case with beauty of the tea garden. The tranquil and virgin scenic beauty of the tea gardens is one of the major tourist attractions and offers great sightseeing opportunity.
Kaziranga National Park:
Kaziranga National Park is one of the most famous destinations to visit during North East India Tours. This national park is famous for one-horned rhino. Large population of one horned rhino and other mammals dwells in this park. Tourists can also enjoy jeep safari, elephant safari and bird watching tour in this wildlife habitat.
This part of India is a preferred tourist destination among adventure enthusiast as it offers opportunities for trekking and mountaineering. Trek in the trails of Sikkim and Kanchenjunga. Tourists can also come across many water falls during trekking tour.
Hill stations:
There are many hill stations in North East India. Itanagar, Darjeeling, Tawang are some famous hill stations of the zone.
Itanagar is the state capital of Arunachal Pradesh. It is well planned city and is famous hill station in eastern India. The beauty of tropical evergreen forest will leave you bewildered. There is also a wildlife sanctuary in Itanagar. It is home to many species of Himalayan eco-system. The place is also famous for Buddhist pagodas and temples.
Tawang is also located in Arunachal Pradesh and is known to exhibit great scenic beauty. It is also a popular hill station in the lap of nature which is also endowed with numbers of water falls, hot water springs, gardens, Buddhist monasteries and various other features.
Darjeeling is one of the popular hill stations in India. It is locates in West Bengal. Toy train is very famous and it runs from Sikkim to Darjeeling. This is equally liked by the elders and children. Trekking is popular activity to enjoy in Darjeeling. It is known for its scenic beauty and attraction sites. Tourists can get a panoramic view of Kanchenjunga and Mt. Everest from Darjeeling hill.
These are the popular India Tourist Destinations to visit in east India. You can also visit many other

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 14,099/- *(Stay Only)
USD 268.362/- *
EUR 203.189/- *
GBP 166.604/- *
(Vilidity : Valid From May 16 to June 30, 2012)
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Hotel Details

Star Category:
City: Darjeeling
Hotel Cedar Inn offers cosy accommodation complimented by a plethora of facilities ensuring your stay here is comfortable.

Hotel Facilities
Doctor on call | Babysitting | Laundry | Car rental | Sightseeing | Free transfers to and from town | Conference room (can accommodate up to 80 guests) | Photocopiers | Fax machines | Internet | Global courier service

Recreation Amenities
State of art gymnasium | Steam & sauna rooms | Well stocked library | Billiard room | Gift shop

Room Amenities
Fireplace | Satellite television | Direct telephone | Attached bath | Hot & Cold water

Restaurant: Cedar Inn's multi cuisine terrace restaurant offers Continental, Chinese, Indian and Himalayan fare
Bar: Cedar Inn has a well stocked bar

Star Category:
City: Gangtok
Almost 10 years old now, the Chumbi Residency is the ultimate stop in the beautiful state of Sikkim, bordering the beautiful tea gardens and the majestic Himalayas.

The hotel is located on Tibet road in Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. The Bagdogra airport is 124 kms away and the New Jalpaiguri railway station is 125 km away from the hotel.

Hotel Facilities
Room Service | Travel Desk | Parking Facility | Car Rental Service | Laundry Service | Doctor On Call | Credit Card Facilities | Banquet Hall | Allied Services

Room Amenities
Rooms: Jade Select and Rose Deluxe Rooms & Suites

The Chumbi Residency has 26 guest rooms elegantly designed in the local themes providing the utmost in comfort and service.

Telephone | Satellite Television | Cupboard | Table Unit | Wall To Wall | Attached Bathroom | Hot and Cold Running Water

The Tea House is the in house dining restaurant a homely and cosy place for an informal meeting or a lazy chat over a relaxing drink. The Tea House specialises in Indian and Chinese cuisines with additional local cuisines served on order.

Star Category:
City: Gangtok
Orange Village Resort is one of Sikkim's premier and luxury resorts, as well as one of the state's largest, spread over seven acres of landscaped gardens and plantations. It offers visitors to Gangtok a novel experience, along with luxurious accommodation, a host of facilities and services, and warm hospitality.

Hotel Facilities
Taxi service | Laundry service

Room Amenities
Comfortable and complete Luxury Rooms | Cable television | Telephone | Attached washroom | Hot & cold water supply | Modern fittings

Recreational Amenities
Discotheque (Club Orange) | Conference (Manjushree- capable of seating up to 350 persons) | Lounge (Astha Mangal Lounge) | Entertainment room (Jazz Bar) | Billiards table | Cigar corner| Fitness gym (Bodyline) | Open air auditorium | Kid’s room

Restaurant: Suntaley Chulo serves a wide variety of delicious dishes including authentic Sikkimese and Nepali delicacies
Bar: The Black Stag offers a wide selection of imported and domestic liquors, as well as a range of cocktails and mocktails

Star Category:
City: Darjeeling
Based in the picturesque town of Darjeeling, Hotel Sinclairs is 3 hours away from Badgogra airport and New Jalpaiguri station. The nearest shopping area however is only half a kilometre from the hotel.

Hotel Facilities
Sinclairs offers the finest facilities for banquets, parties and conferences. The conference room can comfortably accommodate up to 100 persons. Other hotel facilities available are a games room, sundeck, bar, car rental service, doctor on call, laundry service and car parking for guests.

Room Amenities
The 46 beautifully done rooms and suites with wooden ceilings and floors, aesthetically and practically ideal for living in hills. With traditional ambiance from wooden interiors, rooms have satellite TV channels, attached baths with hot & cold water and telephones with robust furniture and fresh beddings.

Its multicuisine restaurant Kanchenjunga is noted for its excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner fare is a big puller for locals and tourists alike. The culinary artistry and attentive service make dining an unforgettable experience.

Star Category:
City: Gangtok
Located on NH-31A at Gangtok in East Sikkim, Hotel Comfort Inn offers budget accommodation in 17 well-furnished rooms with basic facilities and in-room amenities. It is ideal for short trip and transit stay. It is also easily accessible from local bus stand and also offers taxi service at chargeable basis.

Hotel Facilities
Parking Facility | Taxi service | Laundry service

Room Amenities
17 rooms | Room Service (from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm) | Cable TV | Intercom | Tea & coffee maker | Mineral water on request | Iron with ironing board | Daily Newspaper on request | Room heater | Shower | Hot & cold water | Bathroom toiletries

Internet: Not Available | Parking Facility: Available

Check-in Time: 12:00 PM; Check-out Time: 12:00 PM

Star Category:
City: Kalimpong
Hotel Garden Reach is located on Upper Cart Road, below Bankim Chandra Park in Kalimpong in Darjeeling. It is 80 kms from Bagdogra Airport and New Jalpaiguri Railway Station.

Hotel Facilities
Housekeeping | Laundry | Car parking | Car rental | Travel desk | Lawns | Gardens | Doctor on call | choice of indoor and outdoor games

Room Amenities
The hotel offers accommodation in 25 rooms overlooking either the garden or Kanchendzonga. The facilities include:
Room service | Intercom | Direct dial telephones | DVD player | Satellite television | Attached washrooms | Hot and cold water supply

Restaurant:The hotel has an in-house multi-cuisine restaurant that serves lip-smacking delicacies

Star Category:
City: Kalimpong
Himalayan hotel is a midsized and beautifully maintained hotel in the quaint town of Kalimpong. This charming hotel was once a home of one David Macdonald. Today it is a centrally located, quiet and well managed tourist accommodation, at reasonable price.

Hotel Facilities
Car hire | Local Tours | Safe Deposit | Money Exchange | Laundry Service | Barbecues in winter | Spacious grounds | Front lawn and garden | Cars drive to the front door | All major credit cards accepted | Lounge with TV | Power backup

Room Amenities
Bed and furniture | Telephones | Fire-places | Attached bathrooms | Running hot and cold water | Showers

Restaurant: The hotel serves Indian and European cuisine with Tibetan and Local Gorkha dishes on request

Star Category:
City: Kalimpong
The Kalimpong Park Hotel, previously known as the Dinajpur House, used to be the summer house of the Maharaja of Dinajpur. Situated at one kilometer uphill from the downtown area, the hotel faces north-east. The 270 degree view of the hills and valleys, with Kanchenjunga on the left, is overwhelmingly magical. The gardens cloaking it add to the beauty of the place. The cars can drive up to the main door of the hotel.
The downtown area is at a distance of one kilometre, while Darjeeling and Gangtok are 51 kilometres and 78 kilometres away, respectively.

Hotel Facilities
Conference hall | Free car park | Money changer | Car rental | Medical facilities | Laundry facility | babysitters | Indoor games | Travel and tour desk

Room Amenities
The rooms here are cosy and beautifully done up which complements the beauty of the valley. They are of different types to suit different pockets. All rooms are provided with:
Room service | Telephone | Television | Attached bathrooms | Running hot/cold water facility

Restaurant: Serves all meals in a variety of cuisines viz. Indian, Continental, Chinese and Tibetan
Bar: The hotel also offers a bar, a cool hangout place.

Star Category:
City: Darjeeling
Hotel Seven Seventeen is located on H.D. Lama Road in Darjeeling. The Mall, main bus and taxi stands, local market, banks and entertainment centers are all within walking distance from the hotel.

Hotel Facilities
Room service | Secretarial services | Internet facilities | Conferences and seminars hosting | Gift shop | Currency exchange counter | Car rental | Doctor on call | Laundry service Room Amenities
Room service | Well-furnished rooms | Wall-to-wall carpeting | Satellite television | Telephone | Attached bathrooms | Hot and cold water supply

Restaurant: Blue Heaven is a multi-cuisine restaurant serving Indian, Tibetan, Chinese and Continental fare
Bar: Kadambari Bar is a well-stocked bar that offers a wonderful choice to keep you in high spirits

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