When we planned to visit musoories for 2 nights we just checked the reviews in tripadvisor site and without a second thought booked this hotel. We never had any idea about the location as it was our first visit to musoorie, we always do many research about the hotel or location before getting zeroed in for any hotel. But this time we had not spent that much time and just had booked this resort based on the review. The moment we enterred the room and saw the view we felt that we took the right decision.The valley view is just gorgeous from the room. The hotel staff are very very professional. Anytime you need anything they are just there to help you. The best thing I liked was the electric heating in the bed as it really saved us from that zero degree chilled weather.I never had a thought that we may get this option as well in a small boutique hotel.The food is good specially the omlette in the breakfast.They also have the facility to pick and drop you at the mall road which is really great. The location of the resort is so good you do not feel like going to any other place in musoorie to get the valley view. I recommend this hotel to everyone who wants to go to musoorie and enjoy the luxury that the resort provides.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Amber Vermont Estate is a boutique retreat in the Himalayas. Vermont Estate was originally built in the latter half of the 19th century by a Britisher and is one of the oldest estates in the Himalayan town of Mussoorie. It has been refurbished to retain the atmosphere of a traditional English cottage with the addition of modern amenities. The property is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Mussoorie. The location, and the mix of modern comfort, old English charm and personalized service make The Amber Vermont Estate a treasure in Mussoorie. In the early 1800's, Vermont Estate was part of a grand estate called Logie Estate owned by the well-known Dr. Hugh Falconer. Dr. Falconer was a Scottish geologist, botanist, and paleontologist. He was the first to discover the remains of fossil mammals in the Siwalik Hills of India. In 1832, Falconer became the Superintendent of the Saharanpur Botanical Gardens, one of the oldest existing gardens in India. ... more less
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