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Shingar Hotel
(Near High Court Parking)
Opp Oberoi Clarks, Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

Shingar Hotel, Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Shingar Hotel, Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

Hotel Shingar is located in heart of city on Mall Road, Shimla.

»Nearest Airport: Shimla - Approximate  distance is 25 kms  from the hotel.

»Nearest Railway Stations: The nearest railhead is Shimla and this narrow gauze railway station is Just 1km away from Hotel Shingar.

»Bus Stand : Shimla bus stand Just 1km away from hotel

Shingar Hotel, Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

About Hotel Shingar , Shimla

Hotel Shingar established in 1980 is a popular destination for overseas tourists and those escaping from India for a weekend break in the hill station. It is therefore advisable to make any room reservations as soon as possible after making your decision to visit Shimla.

At Hotel Shingar we pride ourselves in creating a special environment for all our guests, one in which you are able to relax and let yourselves be thoroughly pampered by our experienced and dedicated staff.

In the restaurant, under the direction of Restaurant Manager, guests can enjoy lunch/ dinner on terrace too with beautiful views overlooking the natural beauty.

Time spent at leisure is an extremely precious commodity and it is our aim to help you make the most of it. We look forward to being able to welcome you

Shingar Hotel, Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh


We are proud of all 30 well appointed bedrooms and suites which are luxurious and en-suite. Some rooms look over the front of the Mall Road while others enjoy stunning views over landscapes. Each room has been individually designed.

Restaurant & Bar

Fine food is an integral part of Hotel Shingar and we pride ourselves on our high standard of service. Our elegant restaurant seats 65 guests.


The Hotel Shingar Restaurant opens daily to residents and non-residents for breakfast Lunch and dinner .


  • 30 Well appointed rooms & suites
  • Coloured video circuit in rooms & suites
  • Running hot & cold water
  • Elevator
  • Restaurant /Conference hall
  • Terrace garden restaurant
  • Bar
  • In room dinning/ room service
  • EPABX/Fax
  • Internet
  • Iron & iron board on request
  • Laundry & dry cleaning service
  • Travel desk
  • Centrally located
  • Major credit cards accepted


Shimla's main promenade is The Mall, a pedestrian avenue stretching across the length of the city. Above The Mall is The Ridge, a wide-open esplanade watched over by a statue of Gandhi to the east, where the nearby Gothic Christchurch is one of Shimla's most imposing structures. Note the fresco around the chancel window, designed by Lockwood Kipling, Rudyard's father.

Also on the Mall are the Telegraph Office, an interesting example of stone ashlar work completed in 1922 and, to its right, the old Railway Booking Office. Marking the area where The Ridge joins up with The Mall, Scandal Point continues to be a popular social hangout. Beyond the fire station, after the dressed stone building housing the Municipal Offices, is the Gaiety Theatre. Renowned for its excellent acoustics, the Gaiety continues to showcase local dramas on a stage where notable personalities, including Lord Robert Baden-Powell and novelist M. M. Kaye, once graced the planks.

A short walk east of The Ridge will take you to the start of a rather strenuous but worthwhile hike to the summit of Jakhu Hill which, at an altitude of 2,445m (7,800 ft.), is Shimla's highest point and affords excellent views of the city and surrounding valleys. You need to trudge up a steep 1.5km (1-mile) path, commencing at The Ridge and culminating at Shimla's highest point, to get to the Hanuman temple on Jakhu's summit.

To the west of the city is the vast six-story Scottish baronial mansion formerly known as the Viceregal Lodge (Observatory Hill; daily 9am-1pm and 2-5pm; Rs 10/-). Built in 1888 at the behest of the British viceroy in an approximation of the Elizabethan style, and its luxuriant woodwork, handsome lawns, and lovely views attract numerous visitors. Even in 1888 it had electric light and an indoor tennis court, both rare for the times. The building was the summer residence of all viceroys until 1947 and the building renamed Rashtrapati Niwas. The lodge is now home to the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies.


Mashobra: 13 kms. away from Shimla, Mashobra has several excellent picnic spots. Mashobra is the site of the annual Sipi fair in June. The nearest rest house is at Craignano which is 3 kms. from Mashobra.

Kufri: 16 kms. from Shimla at a height of 8,600 ft. Kufri is the winter sports capital. During winter, visitors have the facility for skiing. The skiing season is at its best during January and February. Equipment for skiing is available from HPTDC winter sports club at Kufri. Apart from skiing, Kufri is a lovely picnic spot with a beautiful view of the hills around and the snowy peaks.

Naldehra: 22 kms. from Shimla and surrounded by beautiful deodar trees. Naldehra has a well kept nine-hole golf-course. It is a lovely, popular picnic spot. It can be reached by car.

Chail: Chail is a little mountainous heaven 45 kms. from Shimla. It was the summer capital of the Maharaja of Patiala before Independence. The forests near Chail have many species of birds and deer. Chail is known for its cricket pitch, which is the highest cricket ground in the world.

Tattapani:51 Km/31 mile is just 28 Km from Naldehra, along a road winding through the scenic countryside. The hot sulphur springs here, are noted for their invigorating and curative powers.

Narkanda: 64 Km/ 40 mile A hill road with superb views links Narkanda with Shimla. Narkanda, located amidst fragrant pine forests is a ski resort in winter. It has a choice of slopes ranging from a beginners run and a slalom slope, to sharper descents for the experienced skier.

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