Wildflower Hall, Oberoi Hotels & Resorts

This magnificent mountain retreat wows with a spa and skating rink in season.

For many guests, this initial glimpse of majestic Wildflower Hall, perched in a cedar forest, is nothing short of love at first sight. Built on the grounds where the summer home of British Army officer Lord Kitchener once stood, this gorgeous retreat retains an Old World air, with parquet floors, Oriental rugs, cozy fireplaces, teak paneling and four-poster beds. Dedicated, 24-hour butlers add to the sense of decadence, as do the specialty accommodations which include the Lord Kitchener Suite, which feels like a sumptuous aerie with its historic photographs, walk-in closet and Spanish marble bathroom. 

Wildflower Hall offers gourmet dining with international flair in The Restaurant, featuring a glass-fronted conservatory. Boasting war artifacts from the British armed services, the historic Cavalry Bar makes an atmospheric setting for a nightcap next to the ornate marble fireplace. Additional memorable dining experiences include picnics on the Wild Strawberry Trail and candlelit dinners in a private, hillside gazebo. A luxury spa caters to guests with Ayurvedic massages, body treatments and beauty services, and the chandelier-lit, mosaic-floored, indoor pool must be seen to be fully appreciated. Equally awe-inspiring are the tennis courts, which are transformed into a skating rink during the winter months. The hotel's 8,250-foot elevation offers panoramic views of the Himalayas, as well as a sense of seclusion for those who truly want to get away from it all, and the spectacular scenery invites communion with the great outdoors through yoga, hiking, biking, rafting and meditation.

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Shimla Kufri Hwy. 171 012 Himachal Pradesh India

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+91 177-264-8585, 800-562-3764 (US toll-free) Hotel’s Website

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