The Olde (Main) Bellevue Heritage Hotel at Darjeeling was established on or around 1872, and represents the best of colonial Raj architecture.
Built at the same time and in the same traditions as other Raj-style buildings such as the Darjeeling Planters club and other tea plantation bungalows, it is one of the longest established heritage hotels in Darjeeling district. Despite being a heritage property it is reasonably priced and benefits from having been a family run establishment all through its history. It was owned by an English lady until 1942 when it was bought by the present owners family who have held it now for three generations.
The hotel comprises the heritage wing as well as a modern new wing with Swiss chalet style architecture with a pronounced sloping roof, sun deck and viewing gallery with plenty of natural light and excellent views of the Kanchenjunga and Sandakphu ranges.
The hotel is highly rated on Tripadvisor as well as on popular guide books such as Le Guide du Routard and Lonely Planet.
The hotel is very centrally located on The Mall, Chowrasta which is the tourist centre of Darjeeling. The new wing (where the reception is located) is exactly opposite Glenarys' Restaurant on the Mall (Nehru Road).
Come to Planters Club Motor Stand. The Mall (which is the tourist hub of Darjeeling) begins here. From here on it is a pedestrians only zone and no traffic is allowed. Walk along for exactly 330 feet (see the line marked on the map below) until you reach Glenarys restaurant on one side. The New Wing, where the reception is located, is exactly opposite.
Please call 09232187433 or 0354-2254178 if you need help.
We have signs in English and French. We also have the EU symbol and a symbolic representation of services as per EU norms.
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26 Oct 2016 - 26 Oct 2017
1 night minimum stay