Featuring spacious and comfortable rooms, Camp Calista is nestled away from the city centre. In-room conveniences include comfy
Featuring spacious and comfortable rooms, Camp Calista is nestled away from the city centre. In-room conveniences include comfy bedrooms and bathroom amenities.
Prominent spots close to the hotel include Mussoorie (26 km), Kempty Falls (40 km) and The Mall Road (25 km). Jolly Grant Airport is 75 km from the hotel. For a tranquil and easy stay, the hotel offers facilities such as room service, laundry, travel desk and parking facility.
In-house dining option dishes out freshly prepared and tasty Indian cuisines.
Relax and unwind at Camp Calista and enjoy spectacular views of snow clad Himalayas!
Facilities offered in Camp Calista By Royal Collection Hotels :
The photos are showing on Make My Trip are very different from actual and camp are very dirty and in poor condition.
No hot water provided for Bath & DRINK
NO any facility in Camp
BAD FOOD QUALITY
POOR FACILITY IN CAMP LIKE BED, BLANKET AND OTHERS
A big mistake to stay here !!
Reviewed 13 months ago
Had got one of my friend to show around Mussoorie. The weather was just perfect and we drove till Camp Calista. The tents were stinky, the washrooms were attached to the tent and the tent would just stink if you use the washroom. The service was just okay. The o Ly good thing that happened was that they arranged for campfire and music system. It was freezing cold and the blankets were just not enough for us. The place is expensive to stay! I paid around 1800 buks and it was a waste.
Never deal with MMT as it lack....
A H Siddiqui
Reviewed 15 months ago
I had got two rooms booked in Camp Calista for 6. 9. 2017. There was no proper passage to reach the camp by senior citizen. The tents were stenching. No facility for warm water. We did not check in as it was absolutely impossible to reach up-to camp. No facility for snacks let alone meal etc. This place is about 2 -3 miles away from main Dhaaulti. In all, I feel that I have been fleeced by Makemytrip and will never deal with it in future.
Good location and nice food
Reviewed 21 months ago
First of all you will never be able to find this camp because they call it 'Camp Dhanaulti Magic' and not 'Camp Calista' so keep an eye for the sign-boards that say 'Camp Dhanaulti Magic'. It is 2km before Dhanaulti town. They basically have two types of Camp by these two names. Camp Calista is at a lower level and hence the views from there are not so great. Also the huts are not so great. They are smaller and darker. We opted for 'Camp Dhanaulti Magic' by paying Rs 500 extra to the caretaker. So basically my review is for Camp Dhanaulti which is basically just one up level of Calista. The view from here are breathtaking, you can enjoy the magnificent view of snow laden Himalayan ranges. Food and hospitality is good. Hot water is available on request. You can ask for a private bonfire for no extra cost. Power cuts are common but then for an experience like this, they can be conveniently ignored. Nights are cold and windy so carry enough woolens. Though they are kind enough to offer you extra quilts and blankets but the bed linens and blankets are not really clean. It seemed like they have not been washed for a long time. If possible carry your own blanket. Also, stay here only if you are taking your own car as you will not get any vehicle from here. Although if you can walk 2-3km you can reach the main town while enjoying the scenery. Overall a decent place to stay.
Reviewed 23 months ago
The tent room was great ... We had a great time ... The location was picturesque ... A clear view of Yamnotri Peak was the icing on the cake ... A clear sky will enable you to see a full Himalayan range covered with snow.