1) Enjoy your breakfast at Beer Gardens - A beer garden is a flower garden in a colonial setting where parties are hosted and a lot of beer is consumed. The traditional concept of beer gardens is fading away because people have limited spaces in their homes. However, the Savoy at Mussoorie boasts a huge beer garden where you can enjoy a sip of coffee in the evening or enjoy a full fledged breakfast. The beer garden here is absolutely stunning and is a perfect setting for an evening date. What I liked most about beer gardens was that they had flowers which are hard to find. I didn't even know the names of most of the flowers inside and they all seemed so attractive that I kept asking around what the species of the flowers were.
There are many places to live at in Mussoorie. But my favourite is the Savoy. It is a heritage property where actors like Shahid Kapoor, Tiger Shroff, Manish Malhotra and various others come and stay. This is not the most expensive property around. JW Marriott is the most expensive around and has the highest star ratings. The Savoy gets its crowd because it is a heritage property which is surrounded by hills. One room here costs around INR 10,000. But if 4 people accommodate in a room it comes down to INR 2500 per person. This is a great price for the room. Their rooms are super huge, have in built heaters and a great view.
4. The Savoy - This is a heritage property in Mussoorie and gives you super royal vibes. The breakfast here is cost friendly at INR 699 per person and has the widest spread which is available. Their breakfast has Sangria made out of apples, different flavours of curds, fenugreek soaked in water, a wide variety of dosas, idlis, waffles, eggs, fruits, everything you can imagine. The ambience of the restaurant has beautiful woodwork and is literally amazing.
I went to Mussoorie over the weekend and stayed at The Savoy. The Savoy is a legendary heritage hotel and is one of the first luxury hotels ever to be made in India. When you think of Mussoorie, you think of the snow clad Himalayas. The hotel had a direct view of the Himalayas. Though I have been to Mussoorie several times in the past, the Savoy changed my experience entirely. I was really lucky to have stayed there.
Mussoorie is among the most popular weekend gateways for the people of North India to escape from the hustle and bustle of city lights and rejuvenate themselves in the beautiful lap of nature.Earlier called as Fortune the Savoy, now Welcome Hotel the Savoy is one of the best luxury heritage Hotels in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand. I stayed in this iconic hotel for one night and had an amazing experience.I am from Ludhiana and it took me around 8 hours(with stops in between) to reach the resort.Distance: The Savoy -- approx 300kms -- LudhianaThe Savoy -- approx 40kms -- Dehradun, UttarakhandThe hotel is located in the Library Chowk end on the Mall Road of Mussoorie itself, my first preference to choose this stay was of the reach to Mall Road.