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 offers services and amenities that include laundry service, breakfast (surcharge), medical service, and many more .
The guestroom amenities include cable TV, telephone, microwave, and private bathroom .
- Wheelchair accessible
- Bed & Breakfast
- Convention Center
|# Of Rooms||20|
|# Of Floors||1|
|Rating||2 AAA |