THE HAMIR: Hotel Hamir is located at distance of 0.5 km from the main bus station and conveniently located on the highway to Jwalamukhi. Hotel Hamir has been designed with all modern facilities for tourists amidst Pine trees.
Hotel Hamir of Himachal Tourism is located at a distance of 1/2 km away from Hamirpur Bus stand on Bilaspur - Jawlaji Highway . Hotel Hamir has been designed with all modern facilities for the tourists and amidst Pine Forests.
The Airport at Gaggal (Kangra) is 83 km. The closet broad gauge railhead is at Pathankot 185 km at Kangra. Taxis and buses are available at all these places. By road it is 94 km from Dharamshala 206 km from Chandigarh.Hamirpur is a central Distt. of Himachal Pradesh.
This is not only the tourism potential Distt. of Himachal Pradesh but also has historical importance.This history of Hamirpur is closely associated with the Katoch Dynasty, Hamirpur was the part of old Jullandhar-Trigarta empire. Panin referred to the people of this Kingdom as great warriors and fighters. The Katoch Dynasty became predominating during the period of Raja Hamir Chand who ruled from 1700 A.D. to 1740 A.D. It was Raja Hamir Chand who built the fort at Hamirpur and the present town derived its name from this ruler. The Hotel Hamir has also its
Hotel Amenities Conference facilities,Parking within premises,Room Service,Sprawling Lawn.
Room Facilities The rooms are airy, spacious, well furnished with attached baths with running hot and cold water,CTV with multi channel.
The history of Hamirpur is closely associated with the Katoch dynasty. Hamirpur was a part of old Jallandhar - Trigarta empire. The Katoch dynast became predominent during the period of Raja Hari Chand who ruled from 1700 A.D. to 1740 A.D. It was Raja Hamir Chand who built the fort at Hamirpur and the present town derived its name from this ruler. Hotel Hamir is named after Raja Hamir Chand.
ACCESS: The nearest airport is at Gaggal (Kangra) 83 km. The closet broad gauge railhead is at Pathankot 185 km. Taxis and buses are available at all these places. By road, the distance is 94 km from Dharamsala and 206 km from Chandigarh.
CLIMATE: In winter, the climate is cold but pleasant when woolens are required. During summer the temperature is hot and cotton are recommended.
Rooms are modern with attached baths and running hot & cold water.
Satellite Channels, Restaurant, Room Service.
Parking within premises, Sprawling Lawn.
Tariff on Continental Plan .
PLACES OF INTEREST
SUJANPUR TIRA (25 km): Sujanpur was a refuge of Sansar Chand Katoch, a great ruler of Kangra region from 1806 till 1824. Known as a builder and patron of pahari miniature paintings, a fortified palace at Tira overlooking Sujanpur town, remnants of 'Barahari Hall' and some exquisite frescos on the walls of Narbadeshwar and Gauri Shankar temple are testimony of Sansar Chand's abilities. Holi, a festival of colours is celebrated with fervour in March - April every year.
NADAUN(27 Km): It used to be the capital of Sansar Chand Katoch of Kangra. The place is famous for fishing.
BHOTA (15 Km): This beautiful place is located on Dharamsala - Shimla road.
DEOTHSIDH (56 Km): This is a famous pilgrimage centre and is a cave temple shrine dedicated to a child saint, Baba Balaknath. Himachal Tourism runs Hotel Deotsidh at Shahtalai, 10 km from the temple shrine.