The queen of hills, Darjeeling, made famous by its aromatic tea lies amidst clouds, lapped in nature’s bosom and watched over by the mighty Kanchenjunga. The “toot toot” of the toy train wakes the slumbering dogs on the streets and the red-cheeked children scatter from the railway tracks upon hearing the sound that is a part of our hill’s identity.
The cold weather is brushed aside by the warm and welcoming smiles of the local people who believe in helping others before anything else. The kindness and hard work of these individuals may often go unnoticed, but that doesn’t mean they will stop themselves from being kind and helpful to anyone in need.
Jai Hotels have believed in nurturing and helping not only the environment but also the community we belong to. With our strong belief in being vocal for local, Jai Hotels are committed to hiring local people to be the face and voice of our property. We believe in giving back to our little town in any way we can and by hiring talents from Darjeeling, thinking we would provide employment to our people, instead received the reputation of having the most courteous and helpful staff. Their dedicated service and loyalty have earned us praise from every guest we’ve served so far and we hope to continue to do the same.
Darjeeling has always been a place that produces gems of people who excel in various fields, whether it’s music, art, education or sports. However, in order to be recognized for one’s excellence, our sons and daughters have always had to leave home for better opportunities, we hope to change that one small step at a time. We even started two hostels to provide comfortable lodging for employees who are not from the main town area. Through this belief of shining the spotlight on not just our hill station but also its people, we chanced upon people like Pawan, Kalpana and Manzil, who have been pillars of Jai Hotels.