Chapslee has found pride of place in many coffee table books such as Maharajas Palaces, Indian Style, Resorts of the Raj, Hill Stations of India, Simla Past and Present, Simla The Summer Capital of British India, Heritage Hotels of India, Simla A Hill Station in British India, Beautiful Homes, Palace Hotels of The Raj, Thousand Places to See Before you Die. Chapslee also finds mention in travelogues such as The Ochre Border by Justin Hardy, In Grandmother's Footsteps by Imogen Lycett Green and Over the High Passes by Christina Noble.
Chapslee has been featured in many magazines on travel, architecture, interiors and cuisine such as Design and Architecture, Vogue, Inside Outside, Conde Nast Traveller, Tattler, National Geographic Traveller, Harper and Queens, with the Brides magazine, having chosen Chapslee as a wedding destination in India.
Film and Television
Chapslee was featured in the film “Staying On” based on the book by Paul Scott. Chapslee has also been featured in a number of televisions series of the BBC such as Stones of the Raj, The Kalka Shimla Railway (2009), and Rudyard Kippling (2015). It has also been covered extensively by Anthony Bourdain in the CNN feature titled “Parts Unknown Punjab, India” in 2014.
BBC Four - The Kalka Shimla Railways (IRFCA) 2016
CNN: Anthony Bourdain's “Parts Unknown Punjab, India”, 2014.
BBC: Kipling's Indian Adventure
Trip Advisor Awards
The Trip Advisor Awards for “Travellers Choice”, were given for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, as well as “Service Excellence” awards for 2015 and 2016.
Reviews by guests on Trip Advisor
Heritage Hotel Awards
Chapslee was ranked 5th amongst all Heritage Hotels In India, in 2014.
World Luxury Hotel Awards 2016
Chapslee was adjudged the best Heritage Hotel in Asia in 2016.
Outlook Traveller Awards 2020
Chapslee was adjudged the best Heritage Hotel in India in 2020.
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