Vue Magique resort is located 38 kms from Shimla, 45 kms from Solan and offers the guest with spacious cottage styled rooms with balcony offering eye capturing view of green trees, mountains and captivating scenic beauty.
The property is conveniently located just 1 km away from the bus-stop.From the resort important landmarks Chail military school, Sidh Baba Mandir, Chail Palace, Kali ka Tibba, Chail wild-life sanctuary are located at a distance of 7kms, 8kms, 5kms and 12kms, 3kms respectively.

The beautiful property possess in-house Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with mouth watering hot food and beverages served to guest. Vue Magique is dedicated to make guest stay comfortable by serving the guest with 24 hours front desk, travel counter and parking space. Room service is also available but for limited hours. The staff is professional and dedicated to serve the guest with world class hospitality.


  • Breakfast service
  • Free internet
  • Laundry on call
  • D.J on request
  • Bonfire on request
  • Tea/Coffee maker
  • Personal pool
  • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant

How to Reach

There exists good road connection between Chail to Chandigarh, Shimla, Kalka, Kandaghat and Delhi. Chail is 86 kms away from Kalka. Nearest airport are at Chandigarh (120 kms) and Shimla (62 kms). Nearest railway station to Chail is Kandaghat and Kalka-Shimla (81 kms) narrow gauge line.

About Chail

Bestowed by majestic mountains, salubrious beauty, green trees and beauty of nature the place is a paradise on earth. Chail the beautiful hill-station at an altitude of 2250 mt used to be the abode of Kings and Queens is located at a distance of 38 kms from Shimla via Kufri and 45 kms from Sholan. Chail extends across three mountains – Pandewa, Rajgarh and Sadh Tiba. Kufri, Shimal and Chail together forms the Golden triangle of Himachal Pradesh Historically the Chail palace is acknowledged for its architecture and was built by Maharaja of Patiala on the land allotted to him by Britishers for his assistance in Anglo-Nepalese war. Erstwhile the royal family of Patiala also owned the world highest cricket ground and polo ground. The majestic view of lower Himalayas attracts the hikers; also the place offers good trekking from Kufri, Solan, Junga and Ashwani Khad. For adventure enthusiast and nature admirers the place proffers rich no. of camp sites.


  • Chail Sanctuary:

    Located at an altitude of 2180m and about 3 kms from the town the sanctuary offers picturesque landscape and is a home of varied wild-life which includes Ghoral, Sambhar, Kakkar, Himalayan black beer and colourful chirping birds. For easy spotting of wild fauna the place has sight-seeing points.

  • Cricket ground:

    The world highest cricket ground was built in 1893 is palisade with thick deodar forest.

  • Sadhupul Lake:

    It is famous for the Lake restaurant and the yummy Maggie and bread Omlette it offers. Enjoy munching hot tea and snacks with your feet dipped in cold water lake and soothing breeze touching your face.

  • Chail Palace Hotel:

    Formerly the Palace of Maharaja of Patiala in now converted into a heritage hotel and provides its guest with the aura of royal patronage with classic elegant furniture, beautifully designed interiors. Even if you are not staying in the Chail Palace, you can plan your visit to the part of this palace.

  • Chail Gurudwara:

    The Gurudwara was designed in Indo-western style was the first building to be constructed by Maharaja of Patiala even before the construction of the palace. The highlighting feature of the Gurudwara is the fact that it structure resembles the Church and it has a 22 feet high wooden roof. The Gurudwara is also known to provide free accommodation to its visitors in its dormitory and guest houses.

  • Kali Devi Temple:

    The temple located at apex of the mountain, popularly known as Kali ka Tibba is visited by mass no. of tourist from across the world. Beside religious significance the temple offers spectacular view of Choor Chandni and Shivalik range. You can also engage yourself in nearby adventure activities like horse riding and angling.

  • Siddh Baba ka Mandir:

    As per legends, the saint appeared in the dream of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh and specified it as the spot he meditated. The dream directed the king to construct the temple.