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Suites & Rooms
Furbished thematically, all guest rooms at Te Aroha are different in their aspect and ambience. The 4 spacious suites and 6 luxury rooms, offer spellbinding views of Dhanachuli's landscape and the snow peaked mountains.
 
Suites   Rooms
The Family Cottage
The Long House
Master's Bedroom
Guest Bedroom
The Attic
Three Steps Down
He For She
  Front Room
Black Roof
Morning Sun
Deck Room
Single’s Bedroom
White Room
Writer’s Corner
The Studio
The Study
Next Door
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The Family Cottage
With a 360 degree view of Dhanachuli’s spellbinding views, The Family Cottage is one of the most comprehensive guest rooms of Te Aroha most suited for a family of four with an accompanying assistant. The cottage comprises of a high ceiling spacious living room with a study area, the main bedroom with a king size antique four poster bed, with an attached powder room and bathroom, the second bedroom with an attached bathroom and a large wooden deck. The Cottage has an ante room, ideal for boarding an accompanying assistant.

The Long House
This enticing stand-alone cottage is a recipe for romance. Best described as an elegant crown that ornaments Te Aroha, the Place of Love, The Long House has been designed as an abode suited for lovers. Comprising of a living room with a fire place, a cosy bedroom with an antique poster bed and a dressing area, all with splendid view of the mountains, the spacious cottage is a dream destination for honeymooners. The L-shaped bathroom is sure to have a seductive effect every time you step into it.

Master's Bedroom
One of the most exclusive suites at Te Aroha, this expansive guest room is located in the old wing and the original summer house. It comprises of a large bedroom with an early 19th century king size bed, a spacious living room with spellbinding views of Dhanachuli’s landscape and the snow peaked mountains, a private garden, a cozy study area and a spacious bathroom. Interestingly, it derives its name from the fact that it once served as the original owner’s master bedroom.

Guest Bedroom
This premium suite boasts of two bedrooms, a living room and a spacious bathroom. The large glass windows of the bathroom open up to spectacular views of the Himalayas. The room once served as a guest room for the original owners of the summer house and its name has not been changed.

The suite is ideal for a family stay. It can sleep up to three adults, or a family of two adults and two children. An antique king size bed brought from Kolkata, adorns the bedroom.

The Attic
This is the solitary duplex guestroom with bedroom at the lower level and a 360 degree panoramic views attic at the above level serving as a living room. This large suite is ideal for a family as besides the king size bed in the bedroom, it also provides an antique single bed in the attic. This is the only suite located in the new wing.

Three Steps Down
Perhaps the most romantic guest room of the property, this cozy suite takes its name from the three steps leading down to it from the lobby. The plum upholstery on the white French style furniture, which sits snuggly on a white floor, adds an exquisite charm to this compact suite in the old wing. The white ceilinged suite also has an attached all-white bathroom, with spectacular views of the Himalayas.

He For She
Dedicated to United Nation Women’s global campaign for gender equality, HeForShe is a two-guestroom suite with a cozy sit out located in the left wing of the hotel. Ideal for a small family, the front facing suite comprises of one large bedroom with a king-size antique bed. There is a connected bedroom with a queen size bed suitable perfect for children. The suite was inaugurated by Ms. Rebecca Tavares, UN Women’s Representative in South Asia. There is no living room in the suite.

Front Room
Located at the front on the ground level of the new wing, this room came to be referred to as the ‘Front Room’ during construction. And somehow the name stuck. It has beautiful views of the Himalayas and the resort’s front lawns. The room also has a private terrace, which offers spectacular views of snow capped peaks and the beautifully landscaped front of the property.

Black Roof
Located on the first level in the new wing, this room has a black wooden roof and hence its name. The room has a two sided balcony, where you can enjoy the sun and spectacular views.

Morning Sun
The guests staying in this room can enjoy the warm morning sun, as they sip their morning cup while nestling comfortably in their bed. The room has a small balcony, where guests can sit out, relax and enjoy the views.

Deck Room
Located on the first level of the new wing, with a wooden deck extending from the wide corridor outside its door. The room offers beautiful views of the resort, mountains and valley. This room has a twin bed.

Single's Bedroom
This is the only room in the resort with a single bed. A beautiful, delicate, early 19th century four poster bed from the colonial era, adorns this romantic room. Naturally, it happens to be the most sought after room, by lone travellers. The room comes with a small attached balcony, which receives sun shine throughout the afternoon.

White Room
Located at the front on the ground level of the left wing, this room came to be referred to as the ‘White Room’ during construction for reasons that are not clearly known. Although, there is nothing apparently white about the room except the colour of the antique king size bed, somehow the name stuck. The room also has a small verandah, which offers spectacular views of snow capped peaks and the beautifully landscaped front of the property.

Writer’s Corner
This charming corner room located in the left wing of the hotel is a dream-come-true spot for writers and book lovers. The bay window and the study desk placed next to the large window offer a spectacular view of the apple orchard where one could spend hours with the favourite book or simple gaze at the blue sky full of birds flying around.

The Studio
The only cottage in the resort with a small kitchenette, The Studio is best suited for long stays so that the guests have the option to negotiate a room-only rate and choice of cooking their own meals. An otherwise non-functional Kitchenette is operationalised only when booked for 10 nights or more.

The Study
The Study offers both the view of the mountains in the front and the apple orchard next door. Located in the corner with a window opening into the orchard and a desk placed next to it, the room is perfect for guests catching up with reading and writing. The room has a king size four poster bed and an antique desk to sleep two adults. A floor bed can be used as an extra bed on chargeable basis.

Next Door
The room gets its name from its placement next to the new wing. The room faces the mountains and is easily accessible from the restaurant. An antique king size bed can sleep two adults. A floor bed can be used as an extra bed on chargeable basis.