Hotel Square One by D'Polo is nestled in the lap of the Dhauladhars, where the property, and our team will pamper you
along with the captivating mountains, wilderness, beautiful landscapes and sceneries. All rooms are well furnished and
spacious attached bathrooms with 24 hours Hot/Cold running water, private balconies, restaurant and bar serving delicious
cuisine complemented with local and imported drinks.
Located right in the middle of our beautiful town, all tourist attractions and transport stations are very close-by! The Airport is a 15 minute drive, whereas the property is located in the city center.
Square one Downtown Hotel by D’Polo has 20 well-appointed rooms, rooftop restaurant & bar. All rooms have sceneries view from their balconies, are individually air-conditioned and are well furnished with modern amenities!
See you at Hotel Square One by D'Polo!
A laid back outlet serving the best of Indian, Oriental & Continental
Cuisines has been known to delight taste buds of all our guests! With vast, delicious A-la Carte
as well as daily Buffet options, your journey to find great lip-smacking food ends here!
Our Breakfast Buffet is highly recommended among the guests!
the Terrace restaurant & Bar offers an experience like no other! Our popular terrace offers unobstructed 360 views of the Dhauladhar Ranges while serving you with amazing selected food delicacies, drinks, spirits and coffees! With Live Music and other Events happening regularly, the Terrace Restaurant & Bar is the Place to be!
Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, located at the height of 1,457 meters above sea level, it is one of the highest sports grounds in the world.
War Memorial is located at entry point of Dharamshala town. It was built to commemorate memory of those who fought valiantly for honour of their motherland.
The smallest tea region of India, Dharamshala has beautifully lined and organized tea gardens . It is known for its good quality tea and is available for purchase in many shops across Dharamshala and Mcleodganj.
This museum, just off the main street, displays some fine miniature paintings from the Kangra school, and Chamba rumal embroideries, along with traditional costumes and photos from the devastating 1905 Kangra earthquake
Norbulingka Institute was founded in 1988 for preserving Tibetan culture, literature and art. It was established by HH Dalai Lama and is named after Norbulingka, It has been built in traditional Tibetan style located amidst gardens and ponds.
It was founded in India in 1959 and was established for preserving and promoting the tradition of Black Magic, popularly known as Tantric Teachings, of the great teacher Ksongkhapa.
Indru Nag is an ancient temple built by local villagers and is dedicated to Snake King. People offer prayers to the Indru Nag and they strongly believe that this God saves them from the natural disasters, especially heavy rains.
This is one of the oldest Anglican churches in McLeod Ganj. Nestled in a copse of mighty Deodar trees. The church was built in 1852, to provide a place of worship for the British soldiers posted here, and the church is full of memorial stones of those who passed away here.
This temple is also called as Tsuglakhang Temple. Dalai Lama visits this temple twice or thrice every year to preach and bless.