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Hotel Amarjeet, Kurseong
Kurseong became home to a retired Sikh gentleman S. Kesar Singh Bindra in the year 1969. He dreamt to make it big in this small town which was then the road to Darjeeling for all travellers.
What started as Amarjeet Restaurant which boosted of hot Samosas and Gulab Jamuns in the foggy winters of Kurseong ; now stands tall as The Amarjeet Hotel
Located 500mts from Kurseong railway station (one of the oldest in the world) this hotel is strategically placed giving every room a spectacular and unique view which nature unfolds every minute in the serene and calm atmosphere. Be it the oldest steam engines or the lovely valley cascaded with tea gardens, or just a view of the town life with Nepalis doing their daily chores, every view is a treat for the eyes of a metro resident.
Food is only second in nature to any Punjabi; this statement gets re-iterated at The Amarjeet Hotel. The restaurant here has the finest Punjabi cuisine that anyone can come across even when compared to the best restaurants in The Punjab. The Dal Makhani and Tandoori Chicken can be highlighted as the signature dishes which one should not miss. The Chinese dishes too have attracted many travelers’ palettes.
- Eco Tour Facility for adventurous trekking and sight scene.
- Credit Cards acceptable
- Cable Tv in all rooms (LCDs in Queen Deluxe and King Deluxe Rooms)
- Telephones with Intercom in all Rooms
- Room Service (From 7 Am – 9 Pm)
- Travel Desk
- Punjabi Restaurant (Indian and Chinese) with Bar
- No Blackouts (Backup Generator and Inverter in service)
- Doctor on Call
- Room Heater on Request
- Parking Arrangements
This place is also called as the ‘queen of the hills’. This place is invariably a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers.
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