this charming town, Himachal Tourism runs the equally charming
Hotel Ros Common. This colonial bungalow provides an old world
atmosphere to truly savour Kasauli. It offers solitude without
compelling one to become a recluse.
Kasauli is connected by road. The closest
broad gauge railhead is at Kalka, 37 km away. The closest airport
are at Chandigarh, (65 km) and Shimla (73km). Taxis and buses for
Kasauli are available from Delhi, Chandigarh, Kalka and Shimla.
In winter, the temperature gets quite low
and heavy woolens are required. In summer, the climate is mild
light woolens/cottons are recommended.
are airy, spacious, decently furnished with attached baths and running
hot & cold water
- Restaurant, Room service, Laundry and
Dry Cleaning arranged
- Satellite Television
- Parking within premises
Tariff on Continental
PLACES OF INTEREST
MONKEY POINT: 3.5 km
from Hotel Ros Common, a hill which derives its name from Rishi Man-Ki
who used to worship an idol of Lord Hanuman and later the summit was
crowned with a small temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman and presently
being looked after by the personnel of Air Force, stationed here. The
area being restricted from security point of view, no belongings like
Camera etc are allowed.
Christ and the Baptist Church are examples of Kasauli's colonial
architecture. Central Research Institute established in 1906 by Dr.
Sample prepares various vaccines. Kuthar (46 km) has an old palace with
wall paintings. The small Sanwara Station (16 km) on the Kalka Shimla
Railway line can make a good downhill hike from Kasauli.
BABA BALAK NATH TEMPLE:
3 km on the Hill top is a famous temple of Sidh Baba Balak Nath.
SHIRDI SAI BABA MANDIR:
Built in 1989 the famous temple is located half km away from Garkhal.
The idol of Sai Baba was built at Jaipur and the burning flame in this
temple signifies the divine power of Sai Baba of Shirdi.
Situated on top of the hill is the famous Lawrence School. Mr. Henry
Lawrence was the founder of this school. He also built the first
cottage in Kasauli known as Sunny Side in 1848.