Hotel Misty Woods is located in the picturesque and tourist town of Mcleodganj near Dharamsala in the lap of snow clad Dhauladhar ranges at Himalayan Kangra valley. Mcleodganj is also home to H.H. Dalai Lama, a spiritual leader of Tibetan community.
The hotel offers beautiful and luxurious room / apartment with mountain /forest views, private balconies, satellite television, tea / coffee making facilities and much more. It is truly a home away from home where you find peace, relaxation and cordial staff to assist you in your stay. Mcleodganj has various uniquely flavored restaurants and there are few restaurant nearby Misty Woods, foods can be ordered at room form these restaurants.
Regular visitor's to this property will know it in the name of Sheraton cottage, which is now renovated with many additions for the comfort of the guests and upgraded to Hotel Misty Woods. The services still remain the same.
Mcleodganj is a place for relaxation, a place to unwind yourself. For the adventurous souls, this place does have spectacular and adventurous treks to Triund and crossing Dhauladhar ranges to reach Chamba.
Dharamshala is accessible via train from Pathankot which is 100 km away. The nearest airport is Gaggal at Kangra, which is just 15 km away. There is a daily flight from Dharamshala to Delhi. Daily buses ply from Mcleodganj to Delhi.
Timing of the reception counter is from 7.00am to 10.00 pm. everyday. There is staff member in the reception for almost 24 hrs. In order to confirm the booking of the room ,the guests have to deposit atleast 50% as an advance for the total booking in order to confirm the booking.
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