Allita Resort – Kurseong

A luxurious ambiance with state-of-the-art facilities welcomes the guest in this magnificent resort | Nomadic Weekends

A luxurious hill holiday destination with world-class service and comfort in Kurseong.

Kurseong is a small hill-station in North Bengal. Kurseong is famous for the untouched serene beauty of nature. However, large crowds do not visit the place generally. As a result, pollution and chaos do not affect this place common in a typical tourist place. The location and the scenery around the property are breathtakingly stunning. Drive through the misty mountain roads to reach the property. A luxurious ambiance with state-of-the-art facilities welcomes the guest in this magnificent resort. In the daytime, you can sit by the window and bask in the natural sunlight with a cup of Darjeeling tea in hand. The views of the mountain and the grand aroma of the tea will keep you company for the day. At night, dine in the tree house multi-cuisine restaurant under the exquisite light of the hotel.

Accommodation: There are 15 Executive Rooms, 11 Heritage Deluxe Rooms and 9 Suites Rooms are available. About 70 – 80 adults can accommodate easily.

Check-in 12:00 Noon
Check out 11:00 A.M.

Outdoor Activity:

Trekking and Local Hike : The property is surrounded by a green valley and forests. There are a few trekking routes near this place. You can enjoy the natural beauty by going for a short hike to the nearby hills. If adventure is your forte, opt for a classic trek. The Sherpa’s point is a nearby trail leading to a nice view overlooking the valley. The romantic weather and the beautiful charm of the eastern Himalaya draw the tourists here.

Farm Visit : The property grows its green foods in an organic set up. There are greenhouses in the nearby farms. You may visit the place to see the production of vegetables like Broccoli, Cabbage, Lettuce, Spinach, Celery, etc.

Adventure Zone : Irrespective of ages, this place provides a fun zone, with physical as well as mentally challenging games. The gym is well-equipped with cardio and weight machines to stay fit.

Photoshoot and Wedding: A mountain backdrop is a perfect place for a photo shoot. It is also a nice destination wedding venue. The charming weather and the cordial staffs offer a grand experience. The place can create amazing memories for the future.

Birding: The surrounding forest is the home of many birds. Both resident and migratory birds are common here. If you are patient, you can spot birds like thrush, woodpeckers, black bulbuls, spotted eagles, magpie, Himalayan Pied hornbill, etc.

Nearby Attractions:

Eagle Craig: It is a nice viewpoint on the top of a hill. There is a small garden beside it where you can relax. The viewpoint is the highest point in this valley. It takes a trek of 30 minutes to reach this place. You can see the whole valley from up here.

Dow Hill Museum: It is one mountain in Kurseong. Dense forest covers most part of the hills. It is famous for its attractions, which includes the forest museum, viewpoints, historic schools, parklands, etc.  The museum has a nice collection of the local flora and fauna.

Deer Park: This place is next to the forest, and set up in a fenced area. It had a nice collection of deer when it opened. Due to deforestation in recent time, the number of deer is going down. You can see them from outside the fence, entering inside is not allowed.

Makaibari Tea Estate: The place is one of the most famous tea garden and estate in the Darjeeling area. Makaibari is known as the first tea factory in 1859. It was the first tea garden that received certification from “Fare tread”. The place is famous for the production of the aromatic Darjeeling tea. You can also see the tea processing, with prior permission.

Giddapahar Durga Mata temple: It is a century-old temple in the Kurseong Hills. One of the most visited temples in the Darjeeling region, it is dedicated to Devi Durga Mata. According to the devotees, there is a wish-fulfilling Banyan tree inside the temple.  The temple holds a very big fair on account of Ram-Navami in the temple complex in the month of March.

Best Time to Visit:

Winter is chilly in this region of Kurseong. If the sky stays clear, the days are comfortable but the temperature goes around freezing point at night.  Summer is moderate and the pick tourist season. Monsoon is not a good time. As there is heavy rainfall, a landslide occurs which blocks the road and can cause an accident.

How to Reach:

Rail: The nearest rail-station is New Jalpaiguri. It is nearly 35 km which takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach.

Air: The nearest airport is Bagdogra International Airport. The property is 42 km away and it takes 1 hour 40 minutes to reach.

Road: From Kolkata, the property is approximately 590 km away. It takes around 15 hours to reach by NH-34 and NH-19.

Pocket Pinch:

High Season Weekends (April to June)

Cost: Executive Room: INR 9499 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Deluxe Heritage Room: INR 9999 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Suite Room: INR 11999 + 5 % GST Per day

High Season Weekdays (April to June)

Cost: Executive Room: INR 8499 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Deluxe Heritage Room: INR 8999 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Suite Room: INR 10999 + 5 % GST Per day

Off Season Weekends (January to March)

Cost: Executive Room: INR 7499 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Deluxe Heritage Room: INR 7999 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Suite Room: INR 9999 + 5 % GST Per day

Off Season Weekdays (January to March)

Cost: Executive Room: INR 6499 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Deluxe Heritage Room: INR 6999 + 5% GST Per day

Cost: Suite Room: INR 8999 + 5 % GST Per day

Extra Cots: INR 1500 + 18% GST

Child Policy:

Up to 8 years sharing the bed with parents is complimentary, above 8 years is chargeable as one extra bed.


Other interesting places you can visit along with : Windsongs Kalimpong,    The Retreat Darjeeling,    Ghoom Tea Villa


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