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Showcasing a seamless blend of remarkable services and scenic locations, summit Hotels & Resorts are designed to offer utmost comfort in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether its a couple craving for a secluded getaway, a corporate traveller seeking a relaxed ambiance or a family enjoying a vacation together, a stay at these impressive properties is sure to be a pleasant one. So make your way to some of these spectacular destinations and save up to 50% on your hotel bookings through Travelguru.

Darjeeling - The Queen of Hills

Known for its tea gardens-Darjeeling is one of the oldest hill-stations in the country that is home to the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Indulge in adventure sports like mountain biking, catch the 4 AM sunrise at Tiger Hill, visit divine Buddhist Monasteries and the Japanese Peace Pagoda at Darjeeling.

Kalimpong - The Town of Orchids

Known for its traditional handicrafts, Kalimpong is a small and busy bazaar town in the vibrant state of West Bengal. Famous for its flower market, Kalimpong offers a wide array of orchids and is a tourist hotspot. Zang Dhok Palri Phodang, the famous Buddhist monastery is engraved in rare Tibetan Buddhist scriptures.

Pelling - The Trekkers Paradise

Get a glimpse of the magnificent snow-capped Khangchendzonga Mountains, experience solitude at the ancient Pemayangtse and Sanghachoeling Monastaries and enjoy a host of fun activities like white-water rafting, kayaking, trekking, mountain biking, sightseeing and bird- watching.

Siliguri - The gateway of North East India

Siliguri is located in the Siliguri Corridor or Chicken's Neck - a very narrow strip of land linking mainland India to its north-eastern states. Siliguri is described as the gateway to the North East of India, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh.


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