Hotels In Dharamshala

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About Dharamshala


Situated at a height of 1,400 metres above sea level, Dharamshala or Dharamsala is a beautiful hill city that attracts tourists from around the world. Established during the British Raj as a cantonment, the city is divided into two - Lower Dharamshala and Upper Dharamshala (more famously known as Mcleodganj). While Lower Dharamshala is primarily a commercial center and home to a number of hospitals and schools, Upper Dharamshala or Mcleodganj is home to the revered Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government-in-exile. However, when talking about Dharamshala today, one usually refers to Lower Dharamshala.

Best Time To Visit DharamshalaGiven its altitude (1400 metres above mean sea level), Dharamshala boasts cool and pleasant weather all year round. If you are concerned about rainfall, the city experiences the Monsoons from July through September and during this season temperatures are likely to range between 18°C to 22°C. Do we recommend visiting Dharamshala during these months? No, and the reason being that the rains can be quite dangerous and is best avoided. If you wish to make the most of the cool weather at Dharamshala, plan your trip sometime between the months of April through July. With the temperatures hovering between 22°C to 38°C, you can enjoy treks to Triund and Indrahar Pass. However, when it comes to recommending the best time to visit Dharamshala, it has to be during the winter months of October through February. The temperatures during these cold months can drop to as low as -1°C while the maximum high would be somewhere around 7°C. With light snowfall, you are sure to have a great time in Dharamshala. In terms of finding accommodation, there are a number of good hotels in Dharamshala that offer cosy rooms replete with heaters and blankets. To add to this, you will get to be part of festivals such as Halda and Losar during the winter season.


A prominent hill destination for tourists, if you plan on visiting Dharamshala anytime soon, rest assured that there are a number of hotels that offer decent accommodation. From basic hotels for those on a budget to rather luxurious options, there's plenty of options to choose from. However, if finance is a constraint and you are looking for economical options, there are 2-star, 3-star and budget hotels in Dharamshala. One such option happens to be a Treebo property in Civil Lines. When looking to book hotels in Dharamshala, Treebo promises comfortable rooms and excellent service at rather competitive rates. Moreover, you get complimentary breakfast, free WiFi and branded toiletries if you stay at a Treebo hotel in Dharamshala.


With tourism flourishing in Dharamshala, Treebo as a brand seeks to establish itself and providing some options when it comes to accommodation here. With the objective of providing some of the best hotels in Dharamshala, Treebo offers a host of amenities and facilities that include spacious and well-appointed rooms, the provision of a TV with cable/DTH connection (so that you don't miss out on the news or your favourite sitcom), cosy beds, clean and fresh linen and yes, attached bathrooms that provide running hot and cold water. Other facilities you can expect from a Treebo hotel include on-site parking, laundry service, the presence of an in-house restaurant (this varies from hotel to hotel), round the clock security, power backup and housekeeping service. Also, as mentioned earlier, Treebo hotels in Dharamshala provided free toiletries, WiFi and complimentary breakfast too.


Best Places To Stay In Dharamshala When looking out for hotels in Dharamshala, be sure to do your homework and research the road or locality in question. In terms of the best places to stay in Dharamshala, we suggest being close to restaurants, tourist attractions and bazaars. As for Dharamshala, some of the prominent localities include Sheela Chowk, Civil Lines Road in Jawahar Nagar, Yol Road, Kotwali Bazaar and Khanyara Road, and trust us there are some rather good hotels to consider here. Civil Lines Road is close to War Memorial, the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium and Indoor Stadium.

Events in Dharamshala - The majority of residents at Dharamshala being Buddhists. Most of these people follow a rather rustic and humble lifestyle, and this is the major factor responsible for the place being untouched or concretized/commercialized. While some people travel for leisure or to simply get away from their routine life, others travel to explore new places, people, their culture, lifestyle and food. If you happen to fall into the second category of travellers, we suggest visiting Dharamshala during the festive season to make the most of the city. Lohar (Buddhist New Year) is usually celebrated sometime between February or March and it is during this festival that 'changkol' (a local equivalent to beer) is prepared. Locals also perform the 'Vajrakilaya' tradition during Lohar. The biggest of all festivals celebrated has to Buddha Purnima - a festival that commemorates the birth of Lord Buddha. Celebrated during March or April, it is during this festival that the city comes alive with a host cultural and religious programmes. Other festivals you ought to be part of here include the Himachal Winter Carnival, Halda, the International Himalayan Festival and Butoh Dance Festival.

Experiences in Dharamshala - Indeed, there is much to experience in Dharamshala (both Upper and Lower) and here are important tourist destinations that just have to make it to your travel itinerary - Nechung Monastery, Norbulingka Institute, Gompa Dip Tse-Chok Ling, Gangchen Kyishong, Gold Cinema, All India Radio Dharamshala, Hanuman Temple, Shiva Temple, State Museum, Shiv Ji, Shani Dev and Sai Baba Temple, Museum - Men-Tsee-Khang, Nae Chung Monastery, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Tashi Choeling Monastery, Buddha Stupa, Lhagyal Rei, Namgyal Monastery, Tsuglagkhang - the residence of His Highness - the Dalai Lama, HH Dalai Lama Main Temple, Tibetan Museum, Tibetan National Martyrs Memorial, Triund, Bhagsunag Falls, Hanuman Ka Tibba, Bhagsu Nag Temple, Tibetan Flags Temple, Dal Lake, St. John's in the Wilderness, Master Mitrasen Art Museum, Naddi Hill Point, Sun View Point, Gallu Devi Mandir, Devi Mandir and much more. For a hearty meal, make your way to Melted Cheese Cafe, El-Classico Coffee Shop, Foodies Eating Point, Sagar Ratna Dharamshala, Zaika - The Taste of Dharamshala, Vivek Vaishno Dhaba, Shiva, Park, Aman Food Court, The Terrace, Monal, Shree Ram Sweets, Dominos, Delek Cafe, Fun Food, Sharam's Bakers and Bhagsu Fast Food (most of these are located in Dharamshala/Lower Dharamshala. There are a number of hotels in Dharamshala that have an in-house restaurant and are quite popular among the locals and tourists. As for shopping, skip the malls and shopping centres and go local. There are a number of street side stalls and shops that sell amazing local items such as Chubas, woollen items, hand-painted t-shirts, carpets, local handicrafts, Tibetan artifacts, and much more.




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Reviews for Dharamshala Hotels

Review for Treebo Trend Ortus Residency
Best Hospitality at very reasonable cost.
“Stay at Treebo Trend Ortus Residency was much better then what I expected, Its a new property and rooms general Maintenace is of a very high standard. Rooms are comfortable and clean and food is authentic in taste. Over all a very good experience. Well done Team Treebo. Keep it up. .“
review-Sudhanshu A, 18 Sep 2022
Review for Treebo Trend Akashdeep
“Very Good Hotel and Hotel staff members are also very helpful. Hotel Manager Parveen Kumar is very helpful and dedicated person. Rooms are very cleaned and view from the room is very wonderful. I will suggest to everyone please visit minimum one time in the hotel Akashdeep“
review-Parveen K, 27 Mar 2022
Review for Treebo Trend Ortus Residency
Good stay
“Hotel was good and conveniently located.Still some construction going on 2nd floor. No elevators. Staff was friendly specially Front Office guy. 10/10 for him so polite of him. 1/2 menu meals not available“
review-Chetan7639, 18 Sep 2022

Questions & Answers about Dharamshala Hotels


I'm fascinated by the Dalai Lama Temple and have always wanted to visit it. Please suggest good accommodation options in the locality.

Asked by Preksha, 06-02-2018


Treebo GK Conifer is just 3.4 km away from the Dalai Lama Temple. You can book Oak, Maple or Mahogany rooms at this property that are fully air-conditioned and equipped with free Wifi, cable TV and water heaters. Book rooms at the property by clicking on https://www.treebo.com/hotels-in-dharamshala/treebo-gk-conifer-civil-lines-576/

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Dharamshala Team, 08-02-2018


I am interested in the Tibetan works and want to visit Dharamshala to learn more about it. Do you have hotels near this?

Asked by Vicky, 12-02-2018


You can find a Treebo property located at a distance of 2.7 km from the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives. Book rooms at the property by visiting the link https://www.treebo.com/hotels-near-library-of-tibetan-works-and-archives-dharamshala/

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Dharamshala Team, 14-02-2018


I am travelling to Dharamshala in a week. Are there any properties available here with a bar?

Asked by Karthik, 21-02-2018


Yes, Treebo GK Conifer in Civil Lines, Dharamshala is an excellent property that has a bar and restaurant called 'Pine Cone' that serves North Indian and Continental food alongside local and imported drinks.

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Dharamshala Team, 08-03-2018


Hotels with an in house spa at Dharamshala? Suggestions?

Asked by John, 16-03-2018


Treebo GK Conifer offers a spa and swimming pool, along with an in house bar and rooftop restaurant, all of these at a very attractive price. Click on the link to view the hotel https://www.treebo.com/hotels-in-dharamshala/

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Dharamshala Team, 28-03-2018


What facilities can I expect at Treebo hotels in Dharamshala?

Asked by Roshni, 05-04-2018


At Treebo GK Conifer, presently the only Treebo property in Dharamshala, you can expect the brand's standard offerings such as air-conditioning, free Wifi, complimentary breakfast, television with cable/DTH connectivity, and branded toiletries. The other amenities offered include a wardrobe, a luggage shelf, a study table/chair, a sofa chair, and a coffee table. All rooms are smoker-friendly as well. The Maple and Mahogany rooms also come with a mini-fridge and an attached balcony.

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Dharamshala Team, 10-04-2018