All rooms in Hotel Anand Palace are beautifully furnished with all modern facilities. Most rooms are provided with spacious balcony with a breathtaking view of snow cap Dhauldhar ranges, Running hot & cold water, Telephone with direct dialing from room 24 hrs. Room Service, Color TV, with satellite channels.
The hotel has an onsite restaurant and parking area and a large terrace where guests can rest and unwind.
Anand Palace is located at Bhagsunag, (Mcleodganj) which is named after an ancient Shiva temple which has a fresh water spring and a waterfall nearby in the midst of green mountains at an elevation of 1768 meter .
Hotel Anand Palace is a comfortable and modern newly built hotel within walking distance of Mcleod Ganj offering eye-catching views of the snow capped mountains and located in natural environment. It is just 1 km from Mcleod Ganj.READ MORE..
Our Hotel warm hospitality, the pleasing and an assortment of delectable dishes at our multi-cuisine restaurant make the experience satiating. Our team of experienced chefs aims at providing your meals as per your taste and choice and are delighted to serve you dishes of your choice in Indian cuisine. What blend well with our concept is our quick service menus with light and healthy selections for an all-day busy business traveler.
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At the most beautiful spot. Very close to the waterfall. Hotel rooms are good ……Bhoodevi Tadkapelly
An excellent hotel for India. Clean rooms, fair furniture, hot water, very friendly staff, some of them speak English very well. The food in the restaurant is delicious, very tasty and fresh. The hotel is located near place center close to shopping street..Alexander Bukach
Great view from the rooms, wide terrace,great food, amazing experience looking forward to stay into this hotel.Priyanka Kaura
Very good food & hotel also very clean.Mahendra Solanki
Yes this hotel is quit good and lovely.Tushan Kumar
McLeod Ganj is a suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" because of its large population of Tibetans. The Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered in McLeod Ganj.
Constituting one of the top trekking trails in the country, the 9000-foot ridge behind the Dhauladhar range is Triund.