A town popularly called as “The Queen of Hills”, Darjeeling is located at head spinning elevation of 7100 ft. The city’s beauty lies in its hills nestled within higher peaks and snow clad Himalayan ranges towering over the town. Darjeeling renders a sublime view of Kanchanjanga, the world’s third highest peak. In days, clear of clouds, one can even view the grand Mountain Everest. The dense evergreen flora enveloping the city, offers a seductively enchanting view, unparalleled and undefined. The visitors’ eyes would be specifically drawn towards the Sal, Oak trees and a variety of rare orchids. Further, its tea plantations unravel a colonial past as they produce extensive hybrids of black tea. Today, Darjeeling Tea is internationally recognised and cherished. The city’s colonial architecture is characterised by its buildings, mock Tudor residencies, Gothic churches accompanied by the Buddhist monasteries showcasing pagoda style architecture. The town recreates an old world charm with its Himalayan railway, a Unesco world Heritage site, connecting the town with the plains and is one of the few steam locomotives still operational in India. The town’s varied culture is reflected through its demographic milieu consisting of Nepalis, Bhutia, Lepcha and other mainland Indians. There are a number of hotels in the city which offer an accommodation within this enchanting world of nature. Mayfair Hotel, Central Heritage, Crystal Palace, Elgin Darjeeling, Hill Crown Retreat, Cedar Inn are some of the hotel in Darjeeling which you can consider for an awesome stay.