Hotels in Mcleodganj

Hotels in Mcleodganj

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Hotels in Mcleodganj

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Sagar Hotel Mcleodganj

Contact Number+91.9958308506

Cantt Road, Dharamsala City
Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh – 176215

Hotels in Mcleodganj Hotel Sagar offers people visiting Mcleodganj a comfortable staying option. It offers all such basic facilities which might be required for making anyone’s stay comfortable. Some of the services offered here include doctor on call, laundry, taxi services, airport/railway station transfer etc. Kangra Airport, Gaggal is almost 18 kms. from the hotel, whereas Pathankot Railway Station is about 90 kms. away. Hotels in Mcleodganj

McLeod Ganj is also known as McLeodganj, (pronounced Mc-loud-gunj) is an urban area located in Dharamshala located in the Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, India. It is also known by the name of “Little Lhasa” or “Dhasa” (a shorter version of Dharamshala mostly used by Tibetans) due to the large number of Tibetans. The Tibetan government in exile is headquartered at McLeod Ganj.

In the spring of 1850, the territory was annexed to the British following the Second Anglo-Sikh War, and shortly thereafter, a second cantonment for soldiers stationed in Kangra was set up on the ridges of Dhauladhar which was located on an empty piece of land that included the addition of a Hindu resthouse , also known as dharamshala which is the reason for the name of the new cantonment Dharamshala. The time period of British administration in India Dharamshala was known as a hill town where the British were able to enjoy hot summers until the end of the 1840s after the district’s headquarters in Kangra was crowded in the late 1840s, the British transferred two regiments to Dharamshala. A cantonment was created in 1849, and by 1852, Dharamshala was declared the administrative capital of the Kangra district. In 1855, the district had two significant places of civil settlement: McLeod Ganj, and Forsyth named for the Divisional Commissioner. In 1855 the 66th Gurkha Light Infantry, later renamed as the historic 1st Gurkha Rifles, was relocated to Dharamshala. In the following years fourteen Gurkha paltan settlements were built near the town and the Gurkhas were patrons of the old Shiva temple at Bhagsunath.

Lord Elgin who was who was the British Viceroy in India (1862-63) loved the region so much that at one point , he recommended that it become the capital city for summer of India. He passed away in Dharamshala during a visit thereon the 20th November 1863. He was resting in the St. John in the Wilderness church in Forsyth Ganj, just below McLeod Ganj. The summer home he lived in, Mortimer House, became part of the private estate of Lala Basheshar Nath of Lahore and was later purchased through the Government of India to house the official residence of the Dalai Lama.

Two towns, Forsyth Ganj and McLeod Ganj continue to expand steadily over the years to come, and by 1904 they had become significant centers of commerce, trade and the official activities of the Kangra District. A large portion of the town was devastated in the immense 7.8 magnitude in 1905. Kangra earthquake that struck at 6:19 AM on 4 April 1905. Nearly 19800 people died and thousands wounded in the Kangra region. The earthquake destroyed a large portion of the structures located in Kangra, Dharamshala, and McLeod Ganj, which included those of the Bhagsunath Temple. The district’s headquarters were moved to a lower location and the town was left to wait for another half-century before anything major happened during its history.

In the month of March, 1959 Tenzin Gyatso was named who was the 14th Dalai Lama, fled to India after the failure of the rebellion during 1959 Tibet with China’s Chinese Communist Party. The Indian Government provided him with refuge in Dharamshala in which he set up the Government of Tibet in exile in the year 1960. McLeod Ganj was his official residence. It was also home to a number of Buddhist monasteries and a large number of Tibetan refugees. Through the years, McLeod Ganj evolved into an important pilgrimage and tourist destinationand has increased in size.

McLeod Ganj has an average elevation of 2,082 meters (6,831 feet). It is located on the Dhauladhar Range.

The most important towns in the vicinity of McLeod Ganj include Dharamshala, Palampur, Kangra, Sidhbari, Tatwani, and Machhrial. Other spiritual sites in the vicinity include Chinmaya Tapovan (a Hindu retreat centre), Osho Nisarga (an Osho retreat center) along with Chamunda (a sacred site to Hindus). The trek route to Triund starts at McLeod Ganj.

Air

The closest airport Kangra Airport, 15 km away from Dharamshala.

Rail

The nearest stations for railways on the narrow gauge Kangra Valley Railway line are located at Kangra as well as Nagrota (about 20km south to Dharamshala). The closest railroad terminus (broad gauge) is in Pathankot (85 kilometers).

Bus

The bus journey is the most frequent mode of transport utilized by population. Mcleod Ganj is about 9km from Dharamshala and about 485km away from Delhi. It takes between 10 and 11 hours to get to Mcleod Ganj from Delhi via the bus route and there is a regular service with more than 4 buses operating daily along the route.

 

Sagar Hotel Mcleodganj Room Rates

Room Type Room Price Price Provider
Hotels in  Semi Deluxe Room INR 1,000 Hotels in BOOK NOW 
Hotels in  Deluxe Room INR 1,500 Hotels in  BOOK NOW
Hotels in Super Deluxe Room INR 2,400 Hotels in  BOOK NOW
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Hotel Facilities of Sagar Hotel Mcleodganj

General Disabled Facilities, ATM/Banking, Wedding Services, Complimentary Newspapers in Lobby, Room Service, Security Guard, Beauty Services, Backup Restaurant, Currency Exchange.
Room Facilities Bottled Water in Room, Attached Bathroom, Smoking Rooms, Child Care, House Keeping, Room Heater, Wakeup Calls, Complimentary Newspaper.
Activities Camping, Trekking, Sightseeing & Bir billing
Services ATM/Banking, Banquet Facilities, Beauty Services, Business Facilities, Doctor on Call, Laundry Facilities, Parking, Restaurant, Room Service.
Internet Paid! Wi-Fi is available in the hotel rooms and charges apply.
Parking Free! Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

Hotel Policies of Sagar Hotel Mcleodganj

Rooms 5
Check-in From 12:00 Hours
Check-out Until 12:00 Hours
Cancellation / Prepayment Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type and Hotel Policies, Please check and Call directly to Hotel before booking the Hotel, Please clear all doubts on phone before booking.
Children and extra beds Free! All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Pets Not Allowed! Pets are not allowed.
Payment Mode Net Banking, Credit Card/Debit Card, Cash.