Mashobra Hotels

Wildflower Hall, Mashobra

Chharabra Shimla Kufri Road

Ranked 1 of 16 hotels in Mashobra

Wildflower Hall,Mashobra
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Destination
6.1 / 7
Location
6.6 / 7
Appearance
6.6 / 7
Front Office
6.4 / 7
Service
6.4 / 7
Room
6.4 / 7
Food & Drink
5.8 / 7
Activities
5.8 / 7

Reviews (87)


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Ludhiana
2 Reviews | 40 Readers

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7.0/7
Posted 25 Dec, 2016

I love this hotel It's a most beautiful hotel I have ever seen But only see in pics and video But my dream to see this live with my partner If I get a chance the way of Holydayq then I will be a most luckiest person in world I go Shimla many time before but stay in wildflowers is extra ordinary experience

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3 Reviews | 24 Readers

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7.0/7
Posted 18 Dec, 2016

I had visited this hotel for official trip. The meeting hall was available in the hotel. The room was booked by my company. Swimming pool was available in the hotel. I would recommend this hotel for upcoming travellers. The price was worth. The best part of the hotel was service.

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Varanasi
1 Review | 18935 Readers

Wildflower in the Mountains

5.9/7
Posted 12 Nov, 2013

It was a long drive from the nation's capital, but one which was full of exciting anticipation of our first visit to Shimla. Having left the Rajdhani early in the morning, we hit the mountainous terrain sometime after 12 noon. The flora, fauna changed, the hills began to beckon us to a higher altitude and we reached Shimla at 4.00 pm. Another hour of curves and meanders on the road took us to Hotel Wildflower in Mashobra. What a welcome sight it was when a steep road, surrounded by cedars, led right into the portico of the hotel, built in colonial style. A liveried attendant welcomed us with a warm and courteous "Namaskar", which was signature greeting of all the staff in the Hotel. A traditional Oberoi welcome with a "tilak" by a young lady in a beautifully draped sari and a chilled glass of apple juice completed the initial welcome into the beautiful lounge, filled with the fragrance of jasmine. The lilting notes of soft music coupled with warm hospitality of the hotel manager, Abhishek Sharma, made us instantly drop our tiredness of an 8-hour grueling road journey. The ambiance of Wildflower lounge with an antique fireplace and old but beautiful upholstered furniture and the Hotel staff in typically Himachali dress complete with a cap was like some dream setting. Our rooms were equally inviting, with rose petals strewn on stark white sheets and a lovely view of the garden below; it brought an upsurge of happiness, setting the mood for a lovely holiday. Dinner offered a choice of three locations- an open terrace, too chilly for a meal at night, a covered veranda and a a cosy dining hall. Having chosen the last option, with a table by the window, it became our favourite spot for each night meal. An inviting and sumptuous buffet with numerous dishes made us look forward to every dinner. Not to mention the personal attention received from the Head Chef, Arun Katoch, and a hotel staff Neha. A diaphanous cover mist around the hotel greeted us in the morning, reminding of a scene straight out of Bronte's "Jane Eyre". Breakfast was on the terrace overlooking the mountains in the distance and the sun playing hide and seek through the light cloud cover. The delicious variety of numerous dishes during every meal, temptingly laid out in Wildflower left us wanting for more; but what added to the flavour was the warmth of genuine smile and impeccable manners of every staff made us resolve to go back again. Not to forget to mention the hotel setting amidst the mountains, surrounded by the cedars, where the wind could be heard moaning in the trees; where the air was crisp and clear and where there was no honking of car horns or the cacophony of city life. That is a place called Wildflower Hotel.

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Chandigarh
2 Reviews | 1048 Readers

Good hotel with variety of food

7.0/7
Posted 29 Dec, 2015

The place where we stayed was very good and the weather was also very good. Service was good and the food had a lot of variety. The swimming pool and jacuzzi was very good and the rest of the things were different from other hotels and were very good.

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Chandigarh
3 Reviews | 2838 Readers

Awesome hospitality with relax stay

7.0/7
Posted 21 Oct, 2015

We went there on 6th sep just to have a cup of tea as it was highly recommended by our friends and they were so right. The place, weather, service, hospitality, elegance was just extraordinary. We stayed there for almost 1 hour and fell in love with that place. Anybody looking out for a luxurious and relaxing weekend, go out there. It would be worth it.

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Bangalore
3 Reviews | 13979 Readers

The Wildflower Hall, an Oberoi resort near Simla a...

6.0/7
Posted 19 Mar, 2006

The Wildflower Hall, an Oberoi resort near Simla at 8000+ ft above sealevel is a wonderful place to unwind with very greenish mountains all over. An excellent place if you love nature, mountains and wild plants and flowers. The resort is bit secluded and offers very good facilities in doors and excellent sightseeing and mountaineering experience outdoors.

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Bangalore
1 Review | 19781 Readers

Good rooms with garden view; average appearance

6.9/7
Posted 30 Dec, 2014

Staff service in the hotel was good and quick service. The hotel was located in a convenient place and was easy to find a bit far from the bus stand. There was no delay while check-in and check-out. I stayed in the hotel on relaxation trip. The appearance of the hotel was average. The rooms are spacious and well maintained with amenities like AC, TV and a geyser in working condition. The rooms had garden view. Taste of food was good and pricing was bit high. There were no activities in the hotel.

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Overview

Wildflower Hall is ranked #1 among the 16 hotels in Mashobra with an average rating of 6.2 out of 7. It is one of the among 5-star Resorts in Mashobra. It is part of the "Oberoi Hotels & Resorts" chain of hotels in India. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 75 photos and 87 text reviews and is rated top for its Appearance, Location and Room. It was also named winner of the Better Holiday Awards in 2017 under Great Location.

The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 26,000 to Rs 64,000 per night. The hotel offer 30 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.

The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Couple (39%) and Family (26%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 31% of guests enjoy the hotel's relaxed environment, whereas 29% have rated the ambience as romantic.

Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of July, Aug and Sept for the best experience.

Wildflower Hall is located at Fingask Estate .

The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay. By providing free wifi access, the hotel makes sure you are always connected to the internet.

Other amenities include Restaurant, Laundry Services, Doctor On Call, Parking Facility and Room Service. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.

If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.

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