A beautiful town located in the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Palampur also known as the tea capital of North India. About 35 kms from Dharamshala, Palampur gets its name from Pulum meaning ‘abundant water’ and is the gateway to numerous tourist and pilgrimage destinations in Himachal Pradesh. Set in the heart of this quaint hill station, RS Sarovar Portico is the first branded contemporary hotel in town. Built in contemporary design, RS Sarovar Portico has 42 spacious and smartly furnished rooms and suites offering magnificent views of the Dhauladhar mountain ranges. Opt for the varied categories of rooms and suites which will cocoon you in lush splendor and include thoughtful amenities.
With all modern conveniences complimented with facilities and services, RS Sarovar Portico, Palampur, is the perfect leisure destination. Whether you are going for adventure sports or relaxation, Palampur makes an exciting holiday. Savour a delightful meal at the hotel’s multi cuisine revolving restaurant or go for some relaxing time as you sip on amazing cocktails, beers and other drinks at the 360 Degree bar on the sixth floor. A well-equipped fitness centre, 24 hours in-room dining and free hi-speed internet access ensures you a comfortable stay. The hotel also has one of the largest banqueting and conferencing facilities in town in terms of both size and capacity to host weddings, off-sites and other social events.
Palampur’s first branded and classy hotel
Conveniently located at 40 Km away from Kangra Airport, 6 km from railway station, 1 km from ISBT bus stand
The hotel offers a virtual bonanza for nature lovers, unearthing the most exciting views of the divine Dhauladhar mountain range
Ideal for both nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts
Bir and Billing (35 km. from Palampur): This village is famous for its Buddhist monasteries. Bir, surrounded by tea gardens and an amphitheater of low hills, is an ideal landing around for paragliders. Bir has Buddhist monasteries that are worth visiting. Fine Tibetan handicrafts are also produced here. Billing, up in the hills and 14 km. from Bir with an arena of 200 km for high altitude and cross country flying, is one of the best aerosports sites in the country.
Chamunda Devi Temple(20 km. from Palampur): This is a very important Hindu shrine with the temple of Goddess Chamunda. Thousands of devotees from all over India visit the temple and offer prayers.
Bundla Stream (2 km from Palampur): Bundla stream with wide chasm of more than 100 metres, swells up and rises madly in monsoons taking stones and boulders along with it making a loud noise like that of continuous thunder. The walk from Palampur to Bundla should not be missed as you can visit the tea gardens too.