The main olde bellevue hotel at darjeeling was established on or around 1872, and represents the best of colonial raj architecture
Built at the same time and in the same traditions as other raj-style buildings such as the darjeeling planters club and other tea plantation bungalows, it is one of the longest established hotels in darjeeling district.
The hotel comprises the heritage wing as well as a modern new wing with swiss chalet style architecture with a pronounced sloping roof, sun deck and telescope fitted viewing gallery with plenty of natural light and excellent views of the kanchenjunga and sandakphu ranges.
All the rooms come with attached toilets and showers with running hot and cold water. the heritage wing is enclosed in a pretty garden with plenty of sunshine, pub-style benches and excellent views of the mountain ranges