Erica Rongla

Address: Baijnath Road Near New Subji Mandi.

Overview

This modern Hotel Rongla offers great value accommodation in the heart of palampur and the kangra Valley, on baijnath road. We provides a charming, historic location, while the hotel offers a range of modern facilities and a warm welcome for business and leisure guests.

Whether you’re traveling on business or pleasure, this convenient property will provide you friendly service, superior facilities, and warm hospitality. Our close proximity to the NH-20 makes us an excellent choice for out of town wedding guests.While enjoying your stay at the Hotel Rongla, you can earn Points and Miles as a member of Hotel Rongla Honors Program.

Accomodation

Explore Rooms
Deluxe Rooms:

These rooms comprise of all the basic amenities along with the common warmth and signature hospitality. Rest in ultimate comfort with Twin bedded accommodation having satellite TV, a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Services
  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES
Executive Suite

Executive class facilities and exclusive offers can be savored at our Executive Suites. The rooms offer King Size beds to do away all the tiredness that you gather throughout the day long with exquisite services and facilities including a Mini bar, Tea/coffee kettle.

Cuisines & Restaurant

Restaurant

Delicious food is served at restaurant with the Capacity of 30pax

Banquet

Banquet with the Capacity of 150 Pax and Second Is 80 pax

Services & Facilities

  • LCD TV
  • WI-FI
  • AIR CONDITIONED
  • DIRECT DIALING
  • 24/7 SERVICES

Subji Mandi Sightseeing

  • BAIJNATH TEMPLE
    This temple is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas (the places where the parts of Goddess Sati had fallen are known as Shakti Peethas). It is located at a distance of 10 km from Palampur and is regarded as a very important religious center. The main shrines are those of Goddess Durga and Goddess Chamunda. It is a peaceful place where one can go and meditate with no disturbances. It is believed that this temple was built more than 700 years ago. A kund (pond) placed in the premises of Chamunda Devi Temple is said to have sacred water. Numerous paintings of different Gods and Goddesses are seen on the walls of the temple. This temple also features an ayurvedic dispensary and a library. The setting of the temple is beautiful in its own way; surrounded with mountains, rivers and forests.
  • TEA GARDENS
    As Palampur is said to be the tea capital of Northern India, tea gardens are a major attraction here. You would see these gardens all around you as you go for a drive in this hill station. The lush of greenery and the subtle smell of tea are just what are needed to have a refreshing day. Tea production is done on such a large scale that these tea plantations have found a place in the international maps as well. Regions around Palampur also produce tea in large quantities. Darbari, Bageshwari, Bahar and Malhar are some of the brand names of the tea produced in Palampur. If you notice, you will see that all these names are kept after ragas of Indian classical music.
  • SHRI CHAMUNDA DEVI
    This temple is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas (the places where the parts of Goddess Sati had fallen are known as Shakti Peethas). It is located at a distance of 10 km from Palampur and is regarded as a very important religious center. The main shrines are those of Goddess Durga and Goddess Chamunda. It is a peaceful place where one can go and meditate with no disturbances. It is believed that this temple was built more than 700 years ago. A kund (pond) placed in the premises of Chamunda Devi Temple is said to have sacred water. Numerous paintings of different Gods and Goddesses are seen on the walls of the temple. This temple also features an ayurvedic dispensary and a library. The setting of the temple is beautiful in its own way; surrounded with mountains, rivers and forests.
  • THE BIR-BILLING
    The Bir-Billing area is a popular site for paraglider pilots, both Indians and visitors from all over the world.[8] The flying season is from September to October, with some flying also done in November. The village continues to host periodic international competitions and events. The paragliding launch site is in the meadow at Billing (14 km north of Bir), at an elevation of 2400 metres,[8] while the landing site and most tourist accommodations are in the village of Chowgan (also spelled Chaugan), on the southern edge of Bir.

Contact Us

Baijnath Road Near New Subji Mandi.

Mobile: +91 889-478-3801, 02

Email: reservations@ericahotels.in,
sales@ericahotels.in