Ranikhet- lavishly beautiful with its lush meadows and undulating mountain roads moving in and out of the woods that so populate the Himalayan slopes, and a panoramic view of the snow capped Kumaon Range, is one of the most beautiful and popularly visited hill stations in the Indian state of Uttaranchal. Ranikhet is a well developed tourist spot and there are now plenty of hotels in Ranikhet Uttaranchal to keep up pace with the increasing flow of tourists to Ranikhet.
During the colonial era, Ranikhet used to be a cantonment town and in the year 1869, the British established the headquarters of the Kumaon regiment here in Ranikhet and began to use the hill station also as a summer retreat to escape the heat of the Indian plains. Ranikhet is still a cantonment town and is the home to the famous Kumaon (KRC) and Naga regiments of the Indian Army. Many of the hotels in Ranikhet in Uttaranchal are housed in old colonial buildings that either belonged to individuals who used them as summer houses, or to the British, who used them for official or recreational purposes, bear testimony to the fact. For example, the town’s elite European club is now a hotel.
The hotels in Ranikhet in Uttaranchal India cater to the large cross section of tourists who visit the place and offer state of the art accommodation and related facilities. The hotels in Ranikhet offer a plethora of room facilities. But since Ranikhet is a cold place and slumbers under a blanket of snow in winters, room heating facilities are almost a must. Apart from that all the common facilities like attached bathrooms, running hot and cold water, bath accessories, color TV with satellite channels, telephone, tea/coffee makers, room service etc., are available according to the class of the hotel.
Eating and drinking as it is bound to become quite pleasurable in the chill of Ranikhet. To add to that is the huge array of food and drinks available at the hotels in Ranikhet India. The Ranikhet hotels offer lavish restaurants that serve wide range of cuisine, and bars to take care of your gastronomical urge.