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Bed size: Queen Bed Size
Room size: 140
Bed size: Super Queen Bed Size
Room size: 150
Bed size: King Sized
Room size: 200
The Heevan Resort is just five minutes away from the majestic Dal Lake and minutes drive away from the Nishat and the Shalimar Garden. The resort features 40 rooms with picturesque views, toothsome dishes, well configured banquet halls and maximum comfort in a serene ambience.
The resort offers 40 well -laid out rooms classified into 30 Double rooms and 5 Suites with seating and dining area. The large windows open to the picturesque view of the beautiful valley. All the rooms are furnished with modern amenities.Inroom Amenities Attached bath, Wall to wall carpeting, Cable television, Refrigerator, EPABX facility in rooms, Running hot and cold water, 24hrs room service.Samavar is the coffee shop offers exotic Kashmiri snacks and the famous Kashmiri beverage Kahwa.
The Heevan Resort in Srinagar is just five minutes from the charmingc Dal Lake. The resort is adjacent to the famous Royal Springs Golf Course and 15 kms away from the airport. The picturesque Nishat Garden is just minutes drive from the hotel.Dilkusha is the in house multi cuisine restaurant that offers traditional Kashmiri cuisines. The restaurant can accommodate up to 60 people. The restaurant offers Indian, Continental, Chinese, Gujarati and Kashmiri cuisine.
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Accepted credit cards
- Air Condition
- Arrangements of tours, taxis, shikaras
- Banquet Hall
- Car Parking
- Doctor on call
- Full-size iron board and iron on reques
- King-sized feather bed
- Laundry and dry cleaning services
- LCD TV with satellite connection
- Telephone with data lines capability
- Wireless high-speed internet access
- Work Desk with Lamp
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A jewel of a destination, Kashmir is one of the most amazing holiday destinations in India. Srinagar, the state’s winter capital, is the first stop for most travellers to Kashmir; and with its great lake and meandering river, its exquisite pleasure gardens and romantic shikara rides, the old-world charm of its houseboats and the ageless grace of its architecture, the city is a fitting introduction to the many enchantments of the valley. The vast Dal lake is, of course, Srinagar’s emblematic feature, and its deep waters carry the most popular of Srinagar’s attractions: houseboats and shikaras. Many visitors are content to spend a great part of their holiday aboard these waterborne hotels, watching the lake’s traffic float by from cushioned balconies, venturing into the houseboat’s walnut-wood interiors for delicious, fragrant Kashmiri cuisine. If at all one can bring oneself to leave the boat, it is to step into another – the dainty, canopied shikaras. Fitted with generously cushioned seats and footrests, these elongated little boats constitute one of the great luxuries of the world, and have long been the very epitome of romance.
Sports and natureThe city is located on both the sides of the Jhelum River which is called Vyath in Kashmir. The river passes through the city and meanders through the valley, moving onward and deepening in the dal Lake. The city is famous for its nine old bridges, connecting the two parts of the city. The city is home to the Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium, a stadium where international cricket matches have been played. Srinagar has an outdoor stadium namely Bakshi Stadium for hosting football matches. It is named after Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad. The city has a golf course named Royal Springs Golf Course, Srinagar located on the banks of Dal lake, which is considered as one of the best golf courses of India.
NightlifeThere is not much of night life at Srinagar, the markets closes early. But there are numerous shawl shops and dry fruit shops that is kept open for the tourists till 8.30 or till 9.00 PM. What you can best do, window shopping at Lal Chowk or have a skewer at Lal Chowk with the locals
Culture and historyThe independent Hindu and the Buddhist rule of Srinagar lasted until the 14th century when the Kashmir valley, including the city, came under the control of the several Muslim rulers, including the Mughals. It was also the capital during the reign of Yusuf Shah Chak, an Independent Kashmiri ruler who was tricked by Akbar when Akbar failed to conquer Kashmir by force. Yusuf Shah Chak remains buried in Bihar in India. Akbar established Mughal rule in Srinagar and Kashmir valley. Like the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar too has a distinctive blend of cultural heritage. Holy places in and around the city depict the historical cultural and religious diversity of the city as well as the Kashmir valley.