About Hotel Anfield

The scenic beauty of Shimla has charmed one and all, making it a popular tourist destination.

At Shimla the tourists can indulge themselves in a gamut of activities and experiences -going for a shopping spree, revelling in the scenic delights, waking up to misty mornings in the mountains, walking down the lanes reminiscent of the historical past and going out for action-filled adventure tours.

Being among the magnificent architecture of British era creates grand style of colonial legacy and Overlooking the pretty Annandale meadow in addition to majestic view of Himalayan, Shivalik and Nilgiri mountain ranges provides unmatchable experience of rejuvenation and relaxation.

Hotel Anfield located in the core of the city, the mall road offers Rooms that are tastefully designed keeping in mind the needs of honeymooners to couples and families as well as school and leisure groups.

 

FACILITIES

7 A.M. to 11 P.M.

Room Service Only

Paid Parking Facilities Only 100 Metres from the Hotel.

24 Hours Running Hot and Cold Water.

Doctor on Call.

Sightseeing on Chargeable Basis.

Dry Cleaning Services.

Telecommunication Services.

Wi-Fi Facility.

Sightseeing in Shimla.

Travel Desk.

Multi Channel Cable Connection.

Sightseeing in Shimla

The First building to strike the eye when one comes up to Shimla by rail is The Viceregal Lodge or better known today as The Indian Institute of Advanced Study.

Kalka and Shimla are located just north of Chandigarh, in India's mountainous northern state of Himachal Pradesh. The captivating train route connects both places.

Sankat Mochan temple is one of the important and sacred temples of Varanasi located in the southern part of teh city. It is dedicated to Lord Hanuman.

The Naldehra Golf Club, located in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh in North India, some 22 km from Shimla, constitutes a course perched at an altitude of 2,200 meters.

Tara Devi Temple, located in Shimla is a very famous tourist attraction of this place. The Tara Devi Temple is situated at the top of a hill in Simla.