Sterling Shivalik Chail is a boutique mountain retreat consisting of 32 rooms, situated 24km from Shimla. Deodar and pine wood are used to create modern furnishings, featuring Seesham and Walnut wood for style. This reflects the local architecture.
The resort’s “Tibba” restaurant offers guests a taste of the unique flavours of “Pahari” and Himachali cuisine. The welcoming staff makes each guest’s stay at Sterling Shivalik Chail enchanting and memorable.
Once the summer capital of Patiala, Chail is a hill station that is easily accessible and enjoys pleasant weather all year round. Visitors can take part in a variety of adventurous activities, such as exploring the Chail Palace, a popular location for filming Indian movies, relaxing by the enchanting Sadhupul Lake, exploring the alluring hiking trails nearby, spotting flying squirrels at the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary, or marvelling at the breathtaking panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayan ranges at Kali ka Tibba.
Additionally, Sterling Shivalik Chail offers specially crafted experiences like the “Pahari Village Tour,” which allows guests to fully experience Himachali culture by exploring traditional village homes, chatting with locals, dining on regional cuisine, learning about farming, and even getting involved in apple harvesting by picking fresh apples with nearby farmers during the season.
Speaking on the inauguration of the property, Vikram Lalvani, managing director and CEO of Sterling Holiday Resorts, said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of Sterling Shivalik Chail. Holiday seekers prefer the mountains to beat the heat – and in line with this demand, Sterling has a strong portfolio of 18 mountain resorts in both popular and new-age destinations. This is our 8th resort in the Himalayan ranges and forms an interesting circuit with our resort in Kufri as well.”
Speaking on occasion, Shriram Thakur, owner of the resort, said, “I am thrilled to include Shivalik Chail in the Sterling bouquet of resorts. Sterling has the reputation of taking unexplored destinations and making them popular using their strong network and operational resources. I am sure they will make Chail a prominent destination on the tourism map of the country.”