Why First Halt Is The Best Place To Stay In Jim Corbett

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The word Jim Corbett evokes a feeling of excitement and thrill. It heralds an evocative feeling of wild jungles and magnificent famed tigers and the famous hunter and environmentalist, Jim Corbett. It is one of the most sought out national parks by both national and international tourists. The verdant lush greenery and the overlooking of gorgeous Himalayas provided the perfect classic backdrop to this land of thrilling adventures. The national park surroundings boast of some of the best places to stay at Jim Corbett, thus adding to the wonderful experience in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Situated at a comfortable walking distance from the lush greenery of Jim Corbett is one of the best places to stay at Jim Corbett, The First Halt hotel. This ultra-luxuriant cocoon is tucked amidst nature in the wilderness of Ramnagar where the sun rays and the soft sound of the chirping of birds contemplate to wake you up from your cosy comfort and greet you good morning. It is a soothing retreat for comfort seekers who come here to be away from the cacophony of city life. It boasts of five different variants of the most comfortable and eye-pleasing rooms of the region, each replete with a comfortable king-sized bed, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and wooden flooring giving a distinct signature style of warmth and sophistication. It has a huge swimming pool with wooden lounge chairs whose turquoise water is inviting enough for a refreshing plunge.

To satiate one’s growling stomach, the Ice and Fire in-house restaurant serves mouthwatering dishes and a variety of culinary delights at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Its famous local Kumaoni dishes like Bhangak Khatai, Sisunak Saag, etc are very popular among the guests. The hotel’s chivalrous catering staff are always on the lookout to stuff your plate with the luscious dishes.

One can indulge in pampering oneself at the Paradise Spa which provides some of the most relaxing and rejuvenating therapies like Ayurvedic therapies, Western therapies, kids therapies, etc. Some of the luxurious facilities at the spa are steam, jacuzzi, and sauna guaranteed to provide you with one of the awesome experiences of the lifetime. One can enjoy candlelight dinner with the loved one at the Machan overlooking the flickering of lights at the distant mountains.

Apart from these, there is a separate kids play area and recreational facilities for the young and adults. The morning sunshine glistens on the dew-covered grasses of the vast green lawns. The visitors enjoy their morning cup of tea in the green lawns while admiring the lush greenery and the view of the majestic Himalayas. The fountains come alive during the evening under the glimmer of bright lights which lends an ethereal look to the ambience. The spacious banquet hall is ideal for hosting social events and conferences. It is equipped with all modern facilities like a wifi projector, audiovisual equipment which guarantees a successful meet.

It is conveniently located near the Jim Corbett National Park and guests can enjoy the Jhirna and Dhela zone of the park. The Jhirna zone is open all year through although the other zones shut down during specific months. It welcomes amazed travellers all year through. The opulent greenery and buffer area for tourists are the attractions of the Dhela zone. One can be amazed by witnessing the wide variety of flora and fauna from such close quarters.

The First Halt hotels are not only conveniently located but also elegantly built and thoughtfully designed to appeal to the senses of the guests which makes it one of the best places to stay at Jim Corbett. It pampers its guests with luxurious rooms decked up with all modern facilities, provides a mesmerizing view of the green nature along with the snow-dusted mountain tops, and creates a lasting impression of profound joy and satisfaction in the minds of its guests.
 

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