Magnolia's kitchens are home to quite possibly Darjeeling's best chefs. Offering spectacular sunset views of the Sandakphu range, the restaurant also serves an enticing assortment of Indian, continental and oriental meals.
Tiffany is all about sophisticated intimacy. With one-of-a-kind décor and elegant floral motifs, the restaurant whips up some of the most flavoursome platefuls of a multitude of cuisines.
A rendition of an old fashioned English bar, Douglas is teeming with warm lighting and vintage fittings, all entirely upholstered with leather. The bar's walls are adorned with renowned artist Goray Douglas' work and its counters packed with the finest spirits and a plethora of hors d’oeuvres (appetisers).
Deluxe room: Rs 11,885 and upwards.
The tariff includes breakfast and other basic amenities.
For further details, visit their website.
Best time to go
October through March are usually the months when Darjeeling is at its most beautiful. The monsoons withdraw by October, rendering the nights slightly chilly and winters are welcomed to the town by mid-November.
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