Welcome to Hotel Alasia , Kasauli , India

Hotel Alasia

Kasauli is a small hill town full of quaint relics of the British Raj, situated about 1950 meters above sea level and nesting in the Shivaliks. This way Kasauli becomes an offbeat destination for those who would like to get away from the hustle-bustle of the city and of course it makes a perfect destination for the week-ends.

Kasauli's history can be traced back to the 17th century when it provided refuge and later a home to uprooted Rajput families. In 1842, inspired by the crispy cool climate the British converted it into a cantonment, a status it enjoys even today, thanks to which it remains clean, green and serene.

In 1827, after occupying Sabathu since the end of the Nepalese War of 1816 and converting the Fort into a convalescent depot in 1818, it was determined that the summer temperatures there were too high to suit the recovering patients and Governor General Lord Amherst set out to locate a more appropriate site. 


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