|22 kms. from Shimla Airport
3 kms from Shimla Railway Station
2 kms. from Shimla Bus Stand
The Chalets Naldehra extend from a thickly forested mountain spur and have a view of a deep valley. This is a place for leisure, recreation, family and corporate bonding, adventure, golf and a select venue for conferences. This is not just a place where the ‘room has a view’, but where every window has a different view.
Privacy and comfort are the hallmark of every log-home, apartment and room in The Chalets Naldehra. About Hotel
Log chalets in the premium segment Five in Numbers. These have a drawing/dining room and a bedrooms and a parvis with sloping ceilings - something that every child ( or adult ) will adore.
Apartments in the luxury segment - Five in Numbers. These have a drawing/ dining room and one bedroom. Luxury bathrooms and a kitchenette form a part of their integral design.
Suites Two in Numbers.
Double bedrooms - Two in Numbers. In addition there is the restaurant, bar, children activity room, billiards room ( under construction ), croquet green, putting green, library, childrens park with some unusual playthings imported from Europe and other facilities.In keeping with the mystique of The Chalets Naldehra, every unit has been given a name that either belongs to the region or has been named after an explorer or adventurer of the region. For example, The Gerard Chalet - named after the brothers Gerard, who were amongst the earliest travellers and mappers of the tract.
The Restaurant - The Garden Pavilion. This reflects the ambience of the property.
Bar - Pelitie s Tradition. The chevalier Peliti was one of the pioneering hoteliers and restaurateurs of India and had a property close to the Naldehra Chalets.
Chalets - Named after various explorers and early adventurers in the area. For example,The Gerard Chalet - named after the brothers Gerard, who were amongst the earliest travellers and mappers of the tract.
Children Activity Centre - Little Cedars.
Conference Hall - Curzon's Council. Named after the Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon. Curzon often camped at Naldehra for weeks on an end. His third daughter was conceived at Naldehra and was named Alexandra Naldera.
A plaque affixed with every unit explains the rationale behind these names. The property is a drive-in one and the parking has been placed in a manner that does not intrude on the residential and other areas.
A dormitory for drivers and other staff has been provided. Security, an uninterrupted water supply, compete power back-up, dish net and music, telephone and internet connections are on site.