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Often called “Devabhumi” or “Land of the Gods” due to its many temples and pilgrimage sites, the mountainous state of Uttarakhand is unmatched in its natural beauty. Views of stunning snow-capped mountains in the Garhwal Himalayas, the vibrant wildlife of Jim Corbett National Park, and legendary spiritual sites including the Kedarnath Temple and Badrinath Temple make Uttarakhand the perfect destination for soul-cleansing and serene getaways.   

WELCOMHERITAGE ASHDALE

The enchanting city of Nainital carries many stories in its heart. The tale of WelcomHeritage Ashdale adds another dimension to its welcoming vibe. Initially envisioned as a summer home, this beautiful hotel first turned into a royal property and eventually gained prominence as an architectural and hospitality landmark of Nainital. 

One of the most appealing hotels in Nainital near lake,...


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WELCOMHERITAGE CORBETT RAMGANGA RESORT

A tranquil space that rejuvenates mind, body, and soul, such is WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort. A tranquil space that rejuvenates mind, body, and soul is an idiomatic expressions for WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort. Situated on downslope hills of Almora, surrounded by thick forests of the Kumaon and with the meandering streams of the river Ramganga is this paradisiacal resort. Fringed by a...


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WELCOMHERITAGE KASMANDA PALACE

Standing tall through the passing time, Kasmanda Palace is a historic and elegant structure built by Captain Rennie Tailour in 1836 in Mussoorie. Having the age-old architectural charm, the palace used...


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WELCOMHERITAGE WINDSOR LODGE

WelcomHeritage Windsor Lodge originally built as a hunting lodge in 1909 soon transformed into a retreat for the royals and the British elites. The hotel has a vintage charm and creates a subliminal experience of transcending into a slow-paced life of the mountain dwellers. Bedecked with the period furniture, artifacts, and antiquities, the hotel is favored with colonial architecture, timber woodwork, and roughly...


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