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Chevron Ranikhet Club Hotel is centrally located in Ranikhet, Uttarakhand. The renovated Chevron Ranikhet Club Hotel was thrown open to its members on 01st January 2000. It was formally inaugurated on the 31st of December 1999 by its then President, Brigadier Rajeshwar Singh, VSM. The club hotel has been very distinctively refurnished to maintain and preserve the old world charm to which this structure so elegantly belonged.


The club hotel offers some of the best accommodations in Ranikhet. The club hotel also provides various activities for its members such as playing cards, billiards and tennis. All the activities have dedicated spaces to perform these activities. The club hotel's dining options include The Queens' Court Dining Hall and The Seven Peaks Bar. The club hotel serves delectable multi-cuisine dishes.

Popular Places Nearby

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Jhula Devi Temple , 

Mankameshwar Temple



Parking Facilities

Playground for Children

Travel & Transfer

TV in Lobby

Business Facilities

Doctor on Call


TV in Room


Laundry Service

Room Service

Sheets Service (Bed)

Towel Service

Meals (Breakfast)


Meals (Lunch)

Meals (Dinner)

Meals served in dining area

Coffee/tea/lemonade on call

Cold water 24 hours available

Hot & cold water 24 hours



Pure Vegetarian/Vegan


Property Info

Operational since: 1999

Total Rooms: 4

Check-in 1000 hrs | Check-out 1000 hrs

Languages Spoken:  English, Hindi

Distance from Delhi:  340 kms

Nearest transportation knots:

  • Airport: Pantnagar: 120 kms

  • BusTerminal: Kausani Bus Stand: 02 kms

  • Train: Kathgodam: 80 kms


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  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
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