The history of the Royal Hotel in Nainital goes back to the British Era in India. Started by the Colonel George Edward Bridge in 1906, this hotel was used by the royals of India, as well as offices and nobles of the British Empire, who came seeking peace and serenity at the lovely hill-station of Nainital.
Later on, this hotel was acquired by the Indian government and turned into one of the first night clubs in the region. Nevertheless, Royal hotel still retained its traditional touch. After a decade, the hotel was renovated again and expanded to make way for more rooms which are a fine blend of tradition and modernity.
A notable aspect of Royal Hotel is that the famous Bollywood movie ‘Masson’ was shot here. Also, this hotel is officially recognized as a heritage hotel by the Indian Government, along with being in the book ‘ Leading Hotels of the British Commonwealth’
Royal Hotel reflects colonial British architecture and echos heritage and culture of a bygone era. For more than a hundred years, this hotel has been it has been helping vacationers and business tourists make the best of their stays. The rustic charm, large bay windows, stone walls, cozy fireplaces - all of these add to the memories that guests are yearning to make.
The Royal Hotel features a number of facilities and modern amenities that are aimed at making the guests’ stay comfortable and hassle free. Royal Hotel also has an in-house restaurant and a bar, along with banquet and conference facilities.
This hotel has an exceptional in-house restaurant which caters to the food needs of its guests with much care. This restaurant has professional chefs who prepare delectable dishes such as pizzas, sandwiches and sizzlers with care and aim at satisfying the customers. They specialize in Mughlai, Chinese and continental dishes.
Conference and Banquet
The conference and banquet facility here has state-of-the-art facilities and modern equipments like the sound system etc. Catering can also be undertaken on request.
The Royal Hotel has a bar which is the ‘Bottoms Up’. Here the guests can relax, unwind and enjoy a couple of drinks in the evenings. Guests can get custom-made drinks or delightful cocktails.