At an altitude of 1638 meters and located on the ridge at the southern edge of the Kumaon Hills of the Himalayan range, Almora is at a distance of 380 km from Delhi. In the shape of a horse saddle shaped hillock it is surrounded by thick forests of pine and fur trees, flowing alongside the city are rivers of Koshi and Suyal and to top it all are the snow capped Himalayas in the background.
It is a town bustling with activity, and has a rich cultural heritage and history. It is considered the cultural heart of the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand.
Rooms : 7
Facilities at Hotel
- Elegant furnished rooms with attached baths.
- Wall to wall carpet.
- RO water in room service.
- Hot and Cold water round the clock.
- Colour TV with satellite link.
- Car parking.
- Power backup.
Services / Amenities at Hotel
- Personalised service and resion of traditional hospility.
- Multi cuisine restaurant
- Hot and cold water in all toilets
- Panoramic view of the Almora town and the valley
- Conference arrangements
- Laundry service
- Travel desk
- Lavishly furnished room
How to reach
127km from Almora, Pantnagar is the nearest airport. At present flights are however not operational.
Kathgodam (90km) is the nearest railhead with connection to Delhi, Howrah & Lucknow.
Buses connect Almora with Kathgodam, Nainital (66km), Ranikhet, Pithoragarh(122km) & Delhi (380km) directly. There is also direct connection to Nepal Border, Banbassa (7 hours). Buses depart at a regular interval, every half of an hour for Kathgodam (3 hours). It takes about 2 hours to travel to Nainital & 4 hours to Pithoragarh. Infact road transportation is the most convenient way to travel to Almora.