Hotel La Hill Vista

Tourist Spots/Restaurant in Mussoorie

Mussoorie, a picturesque hill station in the state of Uttarakhand, is a popular tourist destination in India. It is famous for its natural beauty, stunning views of the Himalayas, and pleasant weather. Apart from these, Mussoorie is also known for its tourist spots, restaurants, and cafes that cater to the diverse needs of visitors.

Kempty falls
One of the must-visit tourist spots in Mussoorie is Kempty Falls. It is a beautiful waterfall located about 13 kilometers from the property. The waterfall cascades down from a height of 40 feet and creates a natural pool at the bottom, where visitors can take a dip and enjoy the cool water.

Tibetan Buddhist Temple
Nestled amidst the hustle bustle and cultural hub of Happy Valley is the Shedup Choepelling Temple. The huge idol of Buddha on top of the edifice livens up the place and gives a unique charm to the tiny Buddhist temple. Located at a walking distance from the hotel , Shedup Choepelling Temple is adorned with murals, prayer wheels and meditation chambers. Situated in between the snow-capped mountains, the divine aura and vibe of this place echo with solace, calm and peace.

Colloquially known as Tibetan Buddhist Temple, Shedup Choepelling Temple is an astounding example of Tibetan architecture. It is also the first Tibetan shrine to be built in India and was consecrated by Dalai Lama. It is believed that in 1959 Dalai Lama fled the Chinese authorities and sought refuge here in Mussoorie at Happy Valley. The place he stayed at, was later developed into a Buddhist Temple by the Tibetan community of Mussoorie.

Dalai hills
The Dalai Hills in Mussoorie is about a 400 meter walk from the Tibetan temple, Shedup Choephelling Temple in the Happy Valley, Mussoorie. Dalai Hills is one amongst the very magnificent and extremely beautiful places located in Mussoorie. It is decorated with the Buddhist Prayer Flags all over and has a statue of Lord Buddha

George everest
Located 5 km from the Hotel, Sir George Everest’s House dates back to the year 1832. Better known as The Park Estate, this place once served as the home, laboratory and observatory of Sir George Everest. From measuring the highest mountains to scaling the distances between the mountains of the North, Sir Everest has done it all from this place

Company Garden
Also popular as ‘Company Bagh’ or ‘Municipal Garden,’ Company Garden is located at a distance of 2km from the hotel. The place has well-maintained gardens of different colourful flowers, a mini lake, an artificial waterfall and an amusement park for kids. There are several options for snacks and foods available inside the Garden’s food court.

Gun Hill
Another popular tourist spot in Mussoorie is Gun Hill. It is a hilltop that offers stunning views of the Himalayan range and the town below. Visitors can take a cable car or hike up to the hill to enjoy the panoramic views.

When it comes to restaurants and cafes, Mussoorie has plenty of options to choose from. The town is known for its street food, which includes momos, chaat, and maggi. There are also several cafes such as Café by the way, The Ivy café, Savoy Café and The Glen.

One of the most famous restaurants in Mussoorie is Kalsang Friends Corner. It is a Tibetan restaurant that serves delicious momos, thukpa, and other Tibetan delicacies. Another popular restaurant is Lovely Omelette Centre, which is known for its unique omelette recipes and chai.

For those looking for a fine dining experience, there are several high-end restaurants in Mussoorie, including The Tavern,Sandozz,Green Vegetarian,Urban Turban,Bellamount and Gusto . These restaurants offer a range of cuisines and a romantic ambiance, making them perfect for a special occasion.

In conclusion, Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station that offers a range of tourist spots, restaurants, and cafes to cater to the diverse needs of visitors. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, or delicious food, Mussorie has something for everyone.