Meetings at Wildflower Hall, Shimla in the Himalayas
Nestled at 8250 feet in the Himalayas, Wildflower Hall offers an inspiring venue for your meetings. The resort rests between acres of cedar and pine trees, and bears testimony to its rich colonial heritage.
Rated amongst the leading resorts in the world, Wildflower Hall is an ideal venue for high level meetings and conferences, with meeting rooms capable of hosting from 8 to 50 guests. All meeting rooms at the hotel lead to an open terrace and offer panoramic and awe inspiring views of the Himalayas. State-of-the-art equipment coupled with unobtrusive service and professional expertise ensure a memorable conference experience.
The resort offers a range of activities to relax and recharge after your meetings. Rejuvenating treatments at the Oberoi Spa, stimulating yoga sessions, scenic nature walks and trekking trips, river rafting, and mountain bicycling.
Wildflower Hall is a picturesque 45-minute drive over a 13 km distance through forested hills from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is 45 minutes by air from Delhi.
- LCD TV
- Satellite television & DVD player
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- Separate walk-in closet with electronic safe
- Direct dial telephone with voice mail
- Personal bar
- 24 Hour Butler service
The Mall is Shimla's main promenade. Here, contemporary commercial enterprises rub shoulders with stately colonial edifices, churches and other landmarks of the town. At one end of The Mall is the city's colourful local market, called Lakkar Bazaar.
The Viceregal Lodge
The Viceregal Lodge was built in 1888 by the British Viceroy Lord Dufferin. The premises also house a museum, and beautifully laid out gardens. Through its grand history, it has also been the Rashtrapati Niwas (The President's residence). Today, it houses the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies.
Tattapani / Shiv Goofa
The hot sulphur springs is know for its therapeutic power. A two hours drive along the Sutlej river.
A temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, commands an excellent view of the town.
This is Shimla's highest point, offers a panoramic view of the town. Has a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman.
An inviting ski destination in Himachal Pradesh, Kufri has lured mountain lovers for decades. The slopes are not for professionals, but the short to advanced runs are tailor-made for the enthusiast.Yak rides for children are an added attraction.
The former capital of the Maharajah of Patiala, Chail is built on three hills and is about 45 kms. from Shimla. The cricket pitch here is the highest in the world. The old palace and the polo grounds are worth a visit. It is an attractive tourist spot and an ideal place for picnics.
Naldehra Golf Course
It is about twenty minutes's drive from the hotel. Viceroy Lord Curzon was so enchanted by this spot that his daughter's middle name is Naldehra. He also created India's first nine-hole golf course at this site, and the perfect season is between April and October.
Situated on the Hindustan-Tibet Road, Narkanda offers a panoramic view of the inner Himalayas. Apples and cherries abound in the orchards near by at Kotgarh. Eight kms from Narkanda is the Hattu Peak, at a height of 3300 mts, which has several ski slopes – a beginner’s run, a slalom slope and a sharper descent for the seasoned skier.
Hop on to the “toy train” at Shimla and alight at Taradevi station. A trek through magnificent cedars up to Taradevi temple takes about two hours. The environment is serene and the view magnificent.
Located at an altitude of 2,500 meters (8,250 feet), Wildflower Hall is a picturesque 45-minute drive over a 13 km distance through forested hills from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. The resort is a serene and relaxed getaway offering an experience of nature on a grand scale. From its vantage point on top of a knoll, the hotel looks out onto a magnificent vista of rugged mountains, snow-clad peaks, verdant meadows and cedar forests.
Daily direct flights from Delhi to Chandigarh are available. Private air charters can also be organized. The flying time is 45 minutes. The Chandigarh airport is four and a half hours drive from the hotel. Limousine pick up can be arranged from Chandigarh airport.
The hotel is located 13 Kms from Shimla, next to the village of Charabra, on the Shimla-Kufri road. Shimla is connected by road from Chandigarh (124 Kms), from Kalka (110 Kms) and from Delhi (385 Kms). The drive from Delhi to Shimla takes approximately 8 hours and from Chandigarh to Shimla, approximately 3 hours. The drive from Shimla to Wildflower Hall takes approximately 45 minutes.
Fast trains run daily from Delhi to Chandigarh and Kalka. From Kalka, train connections on a quaint narrow gauge railway, built in 1903, are available upto Shimla. The travel time is approximately 4 hours. There are number of trains to Chandigarh and Kalka. Limousine pick up can be arranged from Shimla or Chandigarh railway stations.
Meeting Rooms and Floor Plans
L x B x H
|Theatre||Classroom||U-shape||Sit Down||Board Room||Cocktails|
|The Auckland Room||21.26 x 20.73 x 10||24||15||14||14||14||20|
|The Lytton Room||19.65 x 14.23 x 10||-||-||-||14||14||-|
|The Ripon Room||19.65 x 13.74 x 10||-||-||-||12||12||-|
|The Lawrence Room I||26.24 x 26.24 x 10||32||20||20||24||20||40|
|The Lawrence Room II||26.24 x 26.24 x 10||32||20||20||24||20||40|
|The Lawrence Room I & II||26.24 x 55.51 x 10||96||50||51||64||56||100|