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For a tryst with the Himalayas, the one place of its kind is Hotel Sinclairs Darjeeling. The strategically located Sinclairs offers an inspiring view of Kanchendzonga on a clear day. Memories of that will never leave you. A few minutes pleasant walk from the town square Chowrasta, the hotel invokes the charm of an old country house. If the Himalayas are the piece de resistance of Darjeeling’s legendary charm, the hill station is full of magical beauties. Experience it all by being a guest at Hotel Sinclairs Darjeeling.A throwback to the Raj-era, the hotel exudes Victorian charm. Carved fireplaces, antique furniture, chandeliers and traditional artifacts will transpose you to a time you have always wanted to experience. Cozy atmosphere and warm hospitality will have you relaxed and fulfilled. You will enjoy the pampering by our friendly hosts and the “home away from home” feeling will ensure that you are comfortable throughout your stay at the hotel.
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Very pleasant and memorable stay. Room is very comfortable with all amenities available. Staff and attendants are helpful and courteous. Above all, food is excellent and the chef, Mr Umesh Debnath, attends to every detail during the preparation of food. On the negative side, walking...More
Chef Umesh's food was good and varied. The ambience was of a colonial bunglow.
Sagrika in the restaurant paid special attention to the kids. Overall a good place for family. The Burra Sahib Room has excellent view.
It is centrally located and you can walk...More
Wow!!! What a hospitality & quick check in it was..
Warm & cozy room..
The balcony for the view of Kanchanjanga was next to our room..
We were very lucky to see the whole range of mountains very very clearly..
The food at restaurant was...More
Sinclairs is a quirky hotel up a steep side road just out of the centre of Darjeeling but within 10-15 walk of the main roads on the top of the ridge. There are further steps to reception and no lifts. Its elevated position does afford...More
Response from Sudhakaran, General Manager at Sinclairs DarjeelingResponded 3 days ago
We thank you for your feedback. We are very happy that you liked our food and the team members. Being perched on the top is an advantage because one gets a wonderful panoramic view of the Kanchenjunga range. Internet connectivity is a challenge...More
Excellent stay. Environment is very calm & cool. All staffs are very polite, cooperative & ready to serve you. Rooms with attached bathrooms are very clean & all the amenities are there. Staffs at the front desk always guide me about the tour in reasonable...More
Response from Sudhakaran, General Manager at Sinclairs DarjeelingResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to write about your happy experience. Your good words about the variety and quality of food are very encouraging. At Sinclairs, we hope to provide the highest quality of product, facilities and personalised service and comments like...More
Response from srinivas_cs | Reviewed this property |
Only one side of the hotel faces the valley. We were in # 302, and we had no view of the mountains. We were told that the view is from the common balcony at the end of the corridor. The rooms opposite ours (odd numbered... More
Only one side of the hotel faces the valley. We were in # 302, and we had no view of the mountains. We were told that the view is from the common balcony at the end of the corridor. The rooms opposite ours (odd numbered) would have a better view, from what I could make out from the outside. I did not however, check the view from the other rooms. View from the common balcony is good, but how long would you sit in the open?