Fortune Resort Grace, Mussoorie

Description

Nestled in this hill getaway of majestic glory, Fortune Resort Grace is perched cozily on a pine covered hill slope and offers an enchanting view of the Doon valley. Popularly known as the “Queen of Hills”, Mussoorie is a charming hill station, 34 km from Dehradun, situated at an altitude of 2500 meters above sea level in the beautiful Gharwal Hills. Mussoorie is one of the most frequently visited hill stations in India. It provides excellent respite to people who want relief from the hot sultry conditions of the plains, especially since it is close enough to the capital to make just a weekend trip.

Mussoorie overlooks the sprawling Doon valley and the city of Dehradun, the gateway to the entire Garhwal. It has a rich history. Chanced upon by a British army officer Captain Young in 1827, this tiny wooded inhabitation fast turned into a Victorian resort, with its central Mall, a library and an Anglican Church. The town’s immense natural beauty and pleasant climate makes it a perfect destination for a peaceful holiday with friends and family.

Fortune Resort Grace provides an ideal stay in this beautiful hill town. This family-friendly resort in Mussoorie is located at the Library End of the Mall Road, yet it retains the charm of a quiet country resort. This is a place for leisure, recreation, family and corporate bonding, and a select venue for conferences. Numerous local attractions are minutes away, making our location as convenient as it is beautiful.

  • 60 km (approx. 2 hrs drive) from Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun and 35 km (approx. 1 hr 30 min drive) from Dehradun Railway Station
  • In the heart of Mall Road – the main town square of Mussoorie. Main attractions of Mall Road are at 50 meters from the main gate
  • Walking distance from Camel’s Back Road
  • 2 km Gun Hill
  • 5 km from Company Garden
  • 8 km from Cloud’s End
  • 15 km from Kempty Falls
  • 4-5 km from Other Attractions: Lal Tibba, Sister Bazaar, Chaar Dukkan, Landour Market, Sir George Everest House, Wax Museum, Lake Mist , Mussoorie Lake

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