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Welcome to Tulip Inn

Intertwined with archaic trees and plush greenery, Tulip Inn Green Castle embodies the aura of the valley and stands apart from every brick and mortar property along the Mall Road. Designed to inspire, each room has been laid out with indulgent windows to give you less of walls and more of the valley. At Tulip Inn Green Castle we have aspired to strike a fine balance between tradition and modernity. The integrity of service is kept up with a staff that has been fully trained to the smallest of all your needs. To this tradition we have incorporated a dynamic technology, modern art and contemporary cuisine. Equidistant from Mall Road and Gun hill, Hotel Green Castle is for both the introspective and the shopaholic.

Our Hotels & Resorts

  • Tulip Inn Green Castle Mussoorie

    Tulip Inn Green Castle is a unique holiday experience blending modern design with a nod to history in typical Uttaranchal style. An intimate thirty-four guestrooms combine sleek style with luxurious comfort. Located on the mall, Green Castle Hotel Mussoorie is perfectly situated between the worlds of business and leisure.

  • Green n Breeze Resorts

    Green n Breeze Resorts, Mussoorie, situated at the heart of Mussoorie serves as one of the best hotels in Mussoorie. Guests who desire to get tucked away in the hill and get closer to nature, our Mussoorie Hotel is the ideal choice for them. Located in close proximity to various schools and colleges, like Woodstock school, Wynberg Allen School, Mussoorie International School, and St. George’s College, which is just 800 meters away, the hotel is also among the top choices for parents to stay.

  • Hotel Green Castle (Heritage Hotel) Delhi

    "Hotel Green Castle (Heritage Hotel), Overlooking Kashmere Gate Monument (Ruins of Mughal Period City Gate) KG-16 | H-2 Colonial Period (A.D 1925) MCD notified no. 3(c)/13 | INTACH Listing C-102.This colonial period townhouse is noticed for its large street frontage. The porch is supported by an assortment of cast iron columns and masonry arches. The railing is of ironwork with stucco post. GI sheet chajja run along the length of the facade and forms a hip roof over each doorway which have semicircular arches with fanlight and the adjacent windows follow the same vocabulary. Kashmere gate got its name as the Mughal royal processions used to pass through it on their trips to Kashmir. This gate forms one of the four gates to Mughal King Shah Jahan’s empire."