Discover Plenty of Places to Visit in Shimla
Not only are you able to soak up the breathtaking beauty of the nearby Himalayan Mountains from your room or suite
, but your stay at the Radisson affords you plenty of places to visit throughout Shimla thanks to our hotel's proximity to popular tourist destinations. Make a stop at one of Shimla's most religious spots, the Jakhu Temple, where the views are impeccable. Don't miss exploring the Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, a study in architecture and theatre, and the intriguing Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art, home to ancient paintings and artefacts. You can also get some shopping done at the nearby Mall, filled with restaurants, shops and bars.
Visit these attractions:
- Christ Church and St. Michael's Cathedral (1.1 km)
Don't miss these attractions during your stay, which include Christ Church, the second-oldest church in Northern India and consecrated in 1857, and the adjacent St. Michael's Cathedral, built in 1885.
- Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art (1.3 km)
Art lovers appreciate this must-see museum, housing ancient paintings, artefacts and coins. There is also an on-site library.
Phone: +91 902 253 846
- Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex (1.5 km)
Browse works by national and international artists, participate in an arts and crafts program or see a performance inside the theatre of this cultural complex, known for history and architecture.
Phone: +91 177 265 0173
- The Mall (1.5 km)
The restaurants, shops, bars and the post office at The Mall are within walking distance of the hotel.
- Jakhu Temple (4.5 km)
This popular religious site has a rich history and interestingly is also a hotspot for monkeys that accept food from tourists. Found atop the highest peak in Shimla, the temple offers one of the most beautiful views in Himachal Pradesh.
- Shimla Airport (26 km)
For added convenience, the hotel is just minutes from the local airport.
Phone: +91 177 426 835
- Chandigarh Airport (136 km)
The hotel is also just a short distance from the Chandigarh International Airport (IXC). Phone: +91 172 505 6411
Situated at a height of 7,238 feet (2,206 metres), Shimla is the former summer capital of the British government in India and the current capital of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Named after Shyamala Devi, a goddess whose temple is located in the densely wooded region known as Jakhu, Shimla is now considered a major tourist hub and is dotted with well-respected colleges and outstanding attractions.