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Hotel history and background:

 
The Olde (Main) Bellevue Hotel at Darjeeling was established on or around 1872, (it is well documented in survey maps dating back to 1887) and represents the best of colonial “Raj” architecture. It was owned by an English lady until 1942 when it was bought by the present owners' family who have held it now for three generations.

Built at the same time and in the same traditions as other “Raj-style” buildings such as the Darjeeling Planters' club and other tea plantation bungalows, it is one of the longest established heritage hotels in Darjeeling district.  

Despite being a heritage property it is reasonably priced and benefits from having been a family run establishment all through its history. 

 

 

 

Swiss Chalet wing as seen from Chowrasta, the mall

Old Main Bellevue Heritage wing front
Heritage stairs