The Pavilion In Dharamshala Has A Pool That Overlooks The Himalayas

Resort In Himachal Pool
by Suchismita Pal
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The home of Dalai Lama, Dharamshala, is one of the most picturesque towns in the north Indian Himalayan state, Himachal Pradesh. Thanks to the lofty mountains, the crystal clear skies, the thick deodar forests, the streams and the soothing temperatures, the hill station has placed itself as one of the most reckoned tourist destinations. And how about staying amid all these while overlooking an infinity pool with oodles of luxury amenities at your doorstep? Sounds like a dream? The Pavilion, Dharamshala will give you the experience. This resort is by the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) and many cricketers and guests stay here during the matches. Read on to know the details.

An Infinity Pool With Deodar Forests And Mountains In The Backdrop

Nestled in the lap of the Dhauladhar Range, in the higher stretches of the Kangra valley, Dharamshala attracts a large number of tourists. The hilly town is the perfect escape to enjoy serenity at its best. And if you are on the quest for a lavish halt out here, The Pavilion can be an excellent pick.

Resort In Himachal Pool

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The 5-star hotel is situated at Post Office Khaniyara Tehsil. The cottage-style luxury resort is spread over a sweeping expanse of 93 acres. It has a pretty lawn overlooking a splendid infinity pool. The cottages, having rustic brown walls and quaint verandahs with the deodar forests in the backdrop, will bewitch your senses for sure.

Resort In Himachal Pool

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From a fitness centre, a sauna facility, a spa and a steam room to LED televisions, free Wi-fi and private parking, there’s everything in this hill-top resort to make your holiday grand and memorable. There are 93 rooms in the entire property. The AC rooms are even equipped with a coffee maker and a minibar. Be it a family trip or a honeymoon, amid the opulence of this leisure retreat, it is going to be profoundly special.

Resort In Himachal Pool

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Relishing Delectable Food With A Marvellous View

Apart from having an uninterrupted encounter with mother nature, at The Pavilion, one can also relish delectable multicuisine dishes at the Hook, the all-day-dining restaurant. Coffee lovers can soothe their senses with invigorating coffee at Straight Drive, inside The Pavilion. There are also various kinds of tempting pastries, chocolates and bread at this chic coffee joint.

Resort In Himachal Pool

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McLeod Ganj, St. John’s Church, Gayuto Monastery, Namgyalma Stupa

There are many noteworthy attractions in the proximity of this poolside resort. The McLeod Ganj shopping complex, which is famous for local arts and Tibetian handicrafts, is just 11 kilometres away from The Pavilion. Dalai Lama Temple Complex is 13 kilometres from the resort. 70 metres away from the property is the St. John’s Church. The International Cricket Stadium too is 70 metres away. The Gayuto Monastery and the Namgyalma Stupa and 4 kilometres and 4.5 kilometres from the resort respectively.

Resort In Himachal Pool

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The Pavilion isn’t just near to the iconic tourist spots of Dharamshala, it is also 2.5 kilometres away from the Dharamshala railway station and 4.5 kilometres from the bus stop. The Kangra Airport is at a distance of 13 kilometres from the resort. If you’re planning to book a stay here any time soon, keep in mind, they are now allowing entry to tourists with body temperatures below 99.1 degree Fahrenheit. Also, there will be a hand sanitizer and face mask in every room, along with other essentials like towel and toiletries. On that note, here’s another resort in Karjat with an amazing infinity meandering pool:

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