Church at Kalimpong Town Tea Garden near Kalimpong kalimpong TV Tower
  • Eco Tour Facility for adventurous trekking and sight scene.
  • Credit Cards acceptable
  • Cable Tv in all rooms (LCDs in Queen Deluxe and King Deluxe Rooms)
  • Telephones with Intercom in all Rooms
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Room Service (From 7 Am – 9 Pm)
  • Travel Desk
  • Punjabi Restaurant (Indian and Chinese) with Bar
  • No Blackouts (Backup Generator and Inverter in service)
  • Doctor on Call
  • Room Heater on Request
  • Led Television in all rooms
Tea Garden at Kurseong Natural Beauty at Kurseong Toy Train at Kurseong Tea Deva at Tea Garden Eagles Craig Chimney, Deer Park  and Forest Museum St Mary’s Hill Orange Orchards Tashi Samtenling Monastery

Xplore The Unexplored

Welcome to the land of white orchids, and experience the vibrant culture tailored with the warm hospitality provided by The Amarjeet Hotel. A mystical drive of 51 kilometers from the Bagdogra Airport would take you through the worlds renowned tea gardens like MakaiBari , Caselton and many more, making you experience the climate of Temperate , Tropical and Sub Tropical zones.  You may halt in between to have a bite of steaming hot “Mommos” (tibetan dumplings) from the roadside vendors, or take a splash at the chilly waterfalls which you will find throughout your drive!!

The hotel rooms are richly decorated and have been designed for relaxation and work. The newly done up hotel rooms are equipped with few of the best modern amenities and provide a unique and outstanding view ensuring that you have a memorable stay. The Hotel also has a popular food destination under its roof called “Amarjeet Restaurant”, a contemporary Indian restaurant which creates a buzz for itself around the town.

 If you have an adventurous streak in you; set out for an early morning trek in the forests filled with lovely pine trees and a well defined path. The nature in these forests will only leave you spell bound.  Our Hotel staff will be more than happy to help you with the treks so that you may Xplore the Unexplored.

About Kurseong

  • Area : 5.05 Sq Kms
  • Altitude : 1458 mts
  • Rainfall : 170 inches Annually
  • Best Season : March – June September – November
  • Language Spoken : Nepali, English, Hindi and Bengali
  • Clothing Summer Light Woolens
  • Nearest Airport – Bagdogra 57 kms
  • Nearest Railway Station – New Jalpaiguri 60 kms


Kurseong, (also called “Kharshang” in Nepali) “THE LAND OF WHITE ORCHIDS”, is undoubtedly an attractive tourist destination. It was in 1835 when the monarch of Sikkim had gifted Kurseong to the British Empire.  The name is said to be derived form the lepcha word “KURSEONGRIP” referring to small white orchids, prolific in the entire region. The quaint little town is nestled in the birch of thick forests (approx 45kms North of Siliguri and 30 kms south of Darjeeling). Nature plays a vital role towards the picturesque beauty of Kurseong. The Road from Siliguri to Kurseong runs through thick forests and tea gardens where one can experience the fragrance of fresh tea being processed along the roadside factories.

Kurseong is also nicknamed as school town as there are a lot of schools like Goethals Memorial, St Helens, Victoria and Dowhill that were built during the colonial period. 

Places of Interest

Makaibari Tea Estate

This well known tea estate is about 5 kms away from the Hotel where visitors can see the manufacturing of the finest Darjeeling tea. The tea garden has said to produce the most expensive tea in the world called “Silver Tips”. The garden offers a guided tour of the factory where visitors can see how the luscious freshly plucked leaves are processed into green, white silver and black tea. One may also come across the “Tea Deva”, an insect that exactly resembles a tea leaf and feeds on insects that harm the tea.

Eagles Craig

Also locally known as Durbin Daara is about a kilometer away from Kurseong Railway Station. Sunset view from this point is an unforgettable experience. A viewer can get the glimpses of the beautiful Siliguri plains lying below and the majestic Himalayas at the same time.

Chimney, Deer Park  and Forest Museum

The name “Chimney” was tagged during the British Raj when a grand chimney was constructed at this place. The chimney still stands and marks the place. Organic Farming is practiced in this region and fresh vegetables are supplied to the local town and Siliguri. On the way one can also visit deer park and the forest museum.

St Mary’s Hill

4kms  away from Kurseong town is a scenic hill surrounded by dense forests. Passing through the damp woods the visitors eye is bound to pounce upon the beautiful statues of Mother Marry and Lord Jesus. This place is called Grotto.

Netaji museum

Netaji Museum is situated at Giddha Pahar, 4 Kms from Kurseong Town where Netaji had written the famous presidential speech for Haripura Congress during the freedom movement for an Independent India. His belongings are still treasured in the museum. One can also visit the Giddha Pahar Mandir on the way.

Ambotia Shiv Mandir and Orange Orchards

5kms away from Kurseong Town, The Lord Shiva Mandir is surrounded by tea gardens and orange orchards. Visitors also get a chance to meet the innocent workers working in the garden. One can also visit the Ambotia Landslide which is nearly 1 Kilometer wide, dropping down towards River Balasan.

Tashi Samtenling Monastery

A lot of Buddhism can be seen in Kurseong, especially if one visits the Tashi Samtenling Monastry at M.V Road. This monastery is the oldest in Kurseong and was established in 1925. One can visit and spin the prayer wheels also called “Khorlo” for peace and harmony or can even meditate during the prayer timings (Morning 06:00 am – 7:30 am) with “Dilbu and Dorjey”, a ringing bell and vajra.

Haat Bazaar

The local market of this small town is within a 5 minute walk from the Hotel. The market will surprise quite a few with their affordable collection of imported footwear, woolens, bags and accessories.