Hotel Simla Palace | E-Showroom
Hotel Simla Palace | E-Showroom
HOTEL SHIMLA PALACE is located in the heart of capital city of Uttar Pradesh in close proximity to Lucknow Railway Station, committed to best personalized hospitalities at very affordable price. It offers excellent service with the highest standards of accommodation to make your stay memorable conveniently located in the city centre, this hotel is just 2 kilometers from the heart of the town Hazratganj. Rooms of this property are beautifully decorated units that are well-appointed with modern amenities to ensure you to a have a blissful sleep after a busy day and next door restaurant is ideal place for you to unwind with cool exotic drink and food. It offers conference and banquet facilities for guests to organize business meetings or any type of social event. Accessibility *1 k.m. from Lucknow Railway Station. *13 k.m. from Lucknow Air Port. *11 k.m from Aminabad, *2 k.m. from Hazratganj. *2 Minutes walk from biggest chicken cloth market of Asia. Members & Facilities *14 fully furnished AC rooms inclusive of 9 Luxury, 3 Executive and 2 Superior rooms with individual temperature control. *Direct dialing from rooms. *100 Channel cable TV with remote. *Laundry/Dry cleaning. *Doctor on Call. *Refrigerator and Bath tub in suite rooms. *Power Supply 220 volts. *24 Hours light Backup. *24 Hours Reception / Room Service. *Attached Bath with hot and cold running water. *Broadband Internet Connection. *Credit Cards Accepted. *Complimentary pick up from nearest air port or railway station. *Children below 10 yrs, free without extra bed. *Wake up facility and newspaper. *Complimentary breakfast for superior and suite rooms. *24 Hours Car hire and travel services. *Check out time 12 Noon. *Taxes will be charged extra as applicable. *Rooms in Triple Occupancy will be charged 30% extra on tariff. *Fixed and Residential conference available for 50 PAX in U Shape and 100 PAX in class room style. *Indian and Continental Restaurant for 50 PAX. PLACE OF INTREST:- Bara Imambara Built in 1784 by the fourth Nawab of Oudh, Asaf-ud-Daula, the Bara Imambara is Lucknow’s most famous monument. An Imambara is where Muslims commence "maatam" for the Muharram .Legend has it that a great treasure lies undiscovered in these tunnels. Within the Bara Imambara compound are mausoleums of Asaf-ud-Daula and his family. Husainabad Clock Tower In the same complex is the huge and ornate Rumi Darwaza , or Turkish Gate, also built in 1784. Nearby is the Husainabad Clock Tower that has the largest clock in India. Towering to a height of 67m, this Victorian-Gothic Clock Tower was designed in the 1880s, by Roskell Payne. A mosque with two tall minarets is located near the Clock Tower. Chota Imambara The Chota Imambara , or the Husainabad Imambara , is also known as the Palace of Lights . Built in 1837, the Chota Imambara is called the Palace of Lights because of its chandeliers that come alive during the Muslim festival of Muharram. British Residency The Residency became the stronghold of the British for 87 days during the Revolt of 1857, Within its walls are numerous stories related to the siege, when 3,000 British men, women and children escaped from their homes to seek refuge in these red brick buildings. Aminabad, with its twisted lanes, is the main shopping centre, though Hazratganj, with its theatres, coffee houses, restaurants, hotels and bars has attracted tourists since long. The Prince of Wales Zoological garden at Banarsi Bagh and the Botanical Garden at Sikander Bagh are ideal places for family outings. Besides, the Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary and the Kukrail picnic spot also offer exclusive recreational facilities.