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Classic - The Hill Top (3 Star), Chamba

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About Classic - The Hill Top Hotel

At the doorstep of heaven, on the foothills of the Himalaya is Chamba-unexplored, untouched, a perfect holiday retreat, overlooking the snow clad peaks on one side and offering an magnificent view of the valley on the other side.

Hotel Specifications


There are 19 spacious rooms and 6-tented accommodations. All rooms are centrally heated with running hot/cold water, Cable Color T.V, Direct Dial Telephone et al.


"The Orchid" is the Multi-Cuisine and Centrally Heated restaurant. Room Service is available from 6 a.m. to midnight.

Recreation & Health

You may enjoy Billiards, Table Tennis, Badminton, Indoor Games, Children play ground, Nature Walks, White Water River Rafting, Trekking & Jungle Jeep Safari.

Basic Data

Country India
State Uttaranchal
District Chamba
Location Mussoorie Chamba Rd, Chamba
Dehradun airport : 60km
Delhi Station : 290km
Haridwar : 90 km
Rooms 19 rooms and 6 tents


City Information

The small town of Chamba is located in a picturesque valley, amidst the Shivalik ranges and is famous for its medieval temples. The architecture of the temples of Chamba reflects the glory of its erstwhile rulers. It is also known for its local festivals. The Laxmi Narayan Temple is the main tourist attraction of the town. The architecture of the six temples in this complex is an example of the Hindu shikhara style of architecture. However, the local flavor is distinct and makes the carvings on these temples unique. Three temples are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and another three to Lord Shiva. Chowgan, the grassy promenade at the heart of the town, is the focus for local festivals.

To the northeast of the Laxmi Narayan temple lies the small Surara temples. Nearby is the Brajreshwari Devi temple, dedicated to Goddess Durga. This temple is constructed in the of traditional shikhara style and is known for intricate carvings on its surface. The Chamunda Devi Temple is located on a hill overlooking the town of Chamba and one has to climb for about 30 minutes to reach it. This temple is dedicated to Chamunda, the wrathful form of Goddess Durga. The entire wooden ceiling of this temple is embellished with intricate carvings depicting floral motifs and different deities. This temple has a number of brass bells, offered by the devotees, and footprints of the Goddess on a small pillar. Other temples to visit in Chamba are the Radha Krishna Temple, the Sitaram Temple and the Champavati Temple.