Suman Paradise Hotel Nainital

Suman Paradise Hotel Nainital

  Near High Court, Armadale Compound Mallital Nainital Uttarakhand India

Ringed by the seven hills of Nainital lies the enchanting and sacred Naini lake. Named after the legend proclaiming that the left eye of Parvati, consort of the Lord Shiva fell here, this is where the Naina Devi Temple now stands. Nainital is also mentioned in the "Manas Khand" as Tri-rishi Sarovar. According to this gatha, three sages, Atri, Pulastya and Pulaha, chanced upon this place while on pilgrimage and feeling thirsty, summoned the waters of the Mansarovar Lake. Because of its hallowed nature, Nainital remained a jealously guarded secret for a long time. Mr. Barron is the man credited with the "discovery" of Nainital in 1841 and the publishing of his story in the newspaper "Agra Akhbar", resulted in drawing the attention of other British travellers, especially those who wanted to escape the torrid heat of Delhi and Lucknow. Barron built a house for himself called "Pilgrim Lodge", and soon a bustling little town sprang up around the lake. Barrons other important contribution in establishing the towns character was the fact that he launched the very first boat on Nainis waters, a pastime that remains a favourite of visitors to this day.
Hotel Facility
24 hour front desk
Backup Generator
Card Payment
Luggage Storage
News Paper

Room Facility
Attached Bathroom
Bottled Water in Room
Cable/Satellite TV
Doctor on Call
Extra Mattress on Request
House Keeping
Toothbrush/Razor on Request
Luxury Room: INR 4,000

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