Kasauli is a calmest, Quaint tiny Hill Station in India and still remains untouched by maddening development, specially the Cantonment town. During some off-peak months you may not find a single soul on Upper and Lower Malls in Kasauli or 2-3 people walking in Kasauli Heritage Market.In Kasauli, The Pasteur Institute, Now CRI was founded by Sir David Semple in 1900, is the oldest institute in India, producing anti-rabies vaccines.Ruskin Bond, Popular children’s literature Anglo-Indian author was born in Kasauli. Andy Mulligan, the Irish rugby international was born in Kasauli in 1936. The legend and famous author uncle Khushwant Singh (Late) owns a house ‘Raj Villa’ in Kasauli’s Upper Mall, Rahul Singh his son visits Kasauli 3-4 times and loves to plays tennis in Kasauli Club. Rahul Bose also the Famous Bollywood actor and Hollywood director, occasionally visits his house in Kasauli. While in Town both Rahuls also love to visit Kasauli Regency’s Hangout. Environmentalists like Baljit Malik nephew of Khushwant Singh have given respite to Kasauli from becoming a concrete jungle like other hill stations in India.

Legend about Kasauli : Lord Hanuman after taking Sanjeevani herb from Himalaya’s put his left foot on a small hillock now called monkey point and houses the famous Hanuman temple.While most of the British left India at independence selling their heritage Bungalows to few lucky Indians, a few chose to remain in Kasauli, among them in Kasauli was a couple, Major Robert and Mary Hotz owned a hotel, now sold, had a very pretty daughter, Sandra. In the early 1960s, Britaifamed film director, Sir David Lean (his famous movies: Bridge on the River Kwai, Dr Zhivago & Lawrence of Arabia) was filming in Kasauli when he ran into Sandra, which was not a difficult thing to do in Kasauli, being such a small place. Though she was barely out of her teens and he two decades her senior, fell in love and got married. Surely the charms of Kasauli had something to do with it.The most happening place in Kasauli inday still remains the junction of Upper and Lower Malls, now called Pine Mall, a tibetian market selling Casual cloths shoes and Souvenirs to tourists. Kasauli cantonment also has a Prestigious club called the Kasauli club which was established by the British in 1880 and is run by a committee consisting of Army and civilians.Town’s prominent architecture, Christ Church (located near the bus station) 1.3 kms walk from Kasauli regency and an Educational institute,oldest coeducational boarding scholl in the world: The Lawrence School, Sanawar is 1.5 km from the Hotel Kasauli regency.Other famous tourist spots in Kasauli are: Heritage Market, Sunset and Sunrise points, Lover’s lane, Gilbert’s Trail, British time Telephone Exchange and Post Office, Baptist Church, Tehsil Complex.


Hotel Kasauli Regency a small Luxury Hotel in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, India, ranked on top of the Hotels in Kasauli by tripadvisor, offers the best accommodation in comparison to other Hotels in Kasauli.It has 8 living rooms, 2 very spacious suites (a Family suite with separate sitting area, small pantry a bunk bed for kids, Balcony, a Luxury Suite with Jacuzzi in separate sitting, Balcony) making it a destination for all. Most rooms have wooden flooring, tasteful interiors, a special Jhoola hung from ceiling.From Kasauli Regency famous Lower Mall is only 900 meters (little steep walk) through whispering pines. People staying in the Hotel love to walk till Kasauli on this path which has almost no traffic.

Hotel & Room facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Backup generator
  • Breakfast services
  • Laundary Services
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Luggage storage
  • Doctor on call
  • Parking(free)
  • Restaurant
  • Travel counter
  • Attached Bathroom
  • Bathrobes
  • H/C running water
  • Housekeeping
  • Mini Bar
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Premium bedding
  • Reading lamps
  • Room heater
  • Tea/Coffee maker
  • Television-Room
  • Wakeup-calls
  • window opens