HOTELS IN MUSSOORIE

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    Known as the ‘Queen of the hills’, Mussoorie is a hill station in Uttrakhand that has captured the hearts of millions of tourists over the years. Located at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan range, this idyllic town offers stunning views of the surrounding hills. The history of this small town goes back to the days of the British East India Company, when Lt. Fredrick Young founded this town by building a hunting lodge on the Camel’s Back Road. In 1850, India’s first beer brewery was also built in this gorgeous town and is still active today. The hill station was also a popular getaway of the Nehru family, including former PM, Indira Gandhi.

     

    Best Time to Visit Mussoorie - Mussoorie is located at an average elevation of 2,005 metres above sea level and experiences a subtropical highland climate. The best time to visit Mussoorie is during summer during the months of April to June, when the weather is pleasant. This is also the peak season in the town and a number of colourful festivals are celebrated here during this time. The Summer Festival is organised every year with highlights such as cultural programmes, seminars, debates, cultural parades and much more. Religious and cultural festivals like Phooldeyi, Hariyala, Bikhauti, and Olgia are held during this time. There are number of good hotels in Mussoorie that one can visit during the season to have a memorable holiday. During the months of August and September the town sees heavy rainfall. If you prefer snowfall, the ideal time to visit the town is during the winter months.

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    Best Places to Stay in Mussoorie - If you’re planning a vacation to Mussoorie to relax, you can be sure you’ll do just that. There are a number of gorgeous places to stay in Mussoorie. If you’re looking for suitable hotels in Mussoorie to put up in, consider what you’re looking for to get out of your trip. For stunning views of the hills, while staying close to the town, choose to stay at hotels in Camel’s Back Road, which offers a good mix of budget hotels and posh properties. This locality is well connected to the rest of the town and has a number of attractions close by to visit. You can enjoy a leisurely walk on the 3 km stretch and watch the sunset from here.

    Events in Mussoorie - Other than the most celebrated festivals in India, Mussoorie also has a number of exciting festivals of its own to watch out for. The Autumn festival is one such event that is celebrated with great pomp over ten days. The festival sees a large number of visitors and puts up cultural and sporting events during these days. The Summer festival is also a huge celebration here and takes places during the town’s peak season. Visitors can witness a number of events including magic shows, debates, folk dance performances and more at this time. Another fair to not miss is the Bhadraj Fair, which is organised by the Bhadraj Temple. Considering the massive crowds that visit the town at this time. It is a wise choice to finish up your Mussoorie hotel booking in advance to enjoy an uninterrupted vacation.

    Experiences in Mussoorie - There are a number of beautiful tourist attractions to visit within the city. The Mall is one such place. It is home to buildings like the Tibetan School, Muncipal Garden and National Academy of Administration, which give the town its recognisable old-world charm. You can take a walk-up Camel’s Back Road to Gun Hill to get a panoramic view of the town. You’ll also be able find a number of comfortable and affordable Mussoorie hotels here. Visit the Happy Valley, the first ever Tibetan temple built in India. Discover Mussoorie's most tranquil spots by visiting waterfalls like Mossy Fall, Jharipani Falls, Bhatta Falls, Kempty Falls, and Lake Mist. For a quick bite to eat visit places like Lovely Omelette Centre, Imperial Square, Urban Turban, Neelam, and Cafe de Tavern. A few places of accommodation in Mussoorie also have in-house restaurants that serve the local cuisine. To pick up a few souvenirs head to Star Walking Stick Mfg., Vinod Kumar, Classic Emporium, and Himalayan Weavers. You can also visit the Cambridge Book Depot on Mall Road, which is a popular haunt among the residents of the hill station. If you’re lucky you’ll even get the chance to meet the one and only, Ruskin Bond. You can also visit sites like Christ Church, Picture Palace Cinema, Jama Masjid, Union Church and Sir George Everest House to get a feel for this quaint town.

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