Sprawled across a vast stretch of green tea gardens and virgin forest land, this 3 Star hotel is located at Chalsa Hill, which overlooks the Dooars Valley. There are 66 well-appointed cottage-style rooms and three suites to choose from. Guests are served multi-cuisine fare at The Banyan Tree and are complemented with The Tusker Bar, which is an ideal place to unwind with sundowners and aperitifs. A dip in the swimming pool or a game in the badminton court and billiards room adds fun to the stay.
Indian aesthetics dominate the decor of this room for double occupancy. Rajasthani puppets and creative wall hangings are decorated in the cream-coloured walls. Wrought-iron furniture such as twin beds, a writing desk, a wall unit and arm-chairs with a coffee table make up the furniture in this room. A fan, a TV and a telephone are provided in this room.
There are 3 suites built in charming cottage style and are fully air-conditioned. The layout is spacious with a living space, which is maintained with a sofa set. Modern amenities, namely a TV and a telephone are also provided in this suites-tyle room.null
by debtosh chatterjee
from KOLKATA(CALCUTTA), India
Location-We found the place is very nice and cool, as we reached the hotel gate and started feeling that we are in a right vacation trip. We recently had a lovely vacation at Sigiriya Village Sri Lanka. My wife was very excited as she was finding similarity of this place with it. But she had to change her opinion as soon as we checked in.
Rooms- There so called standard rooms are horrible as we found black patches on the walls and the roof (water marks), broken door frame , old and smelly wall and full of insects and flies. We refused to stay there and they shown as another 6/7 rooms but none better than the 1st one. Thankfully we had spotted some better looking cottages and asked them to show us. Initially they were very much reluctant to show but we insisted hard .This was quiet OK and seems quiet maintained. The reception refused us to give us these rooms .They told us that these are ?superior rooms ?where as we had booked for ?deluxe category?. But they refused to listen to u
by Nozer Kutar
from Mumbai, India
The sightseeing was bad and the management was poor. The service was a major letdown. We are not happy with the overall stay.