Bellevue Hotel Darjeeling in Darjeeling ★★
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The Original Bellevue Hotel in Darjeeling offers traditional Tibetan hospitality at the heart of the Hill Station.
The Bellevue Hotel is owned and run by Pulger Family in second generation, and in every way combines the peace and gentleness of that Tibetan family and its culture.
Well-furnished rooms are panelled throughout in warm juniper and pine, with polished wooden floors.
All rooms have attached bathrooms with running hot and cold water. Log fires are available in the guest rooms in winter. A beautiful garden graces the back of the building.
The Bellevue Hotel's courteous and able staff are always willing to assist guests in all respects, including health, sightseeing, treks, tours and transport. This is the Bellevue Hotel mentioned in Lonely Planet, National Geographic, Let's Go, Rough Guides, Cadogan Guides and other travel books.
An efficient and modern Internet Café at the ground floor of the Bellevue also provides free wireless Internet-Access for guests within the hotel.