The Jacaranda Garden is by the entrance in front of the Himalayan Soba restaurant. The garden gets its name from the Jacaranda tree planted over three decades ago that overlooks the garden turning the space into a shade of purple during April. The garden has an assortment of flowers including sakura, wisteria, azalea, Chinese rose, and crepe myrtle.
The Momiji Garden is adjacent to the Jacaranda Garden. A type of Japanese maple tree, the Momiji tree in the garden, was brought from Japan more than three decades ago. The beauty of the maple tree is visible in the fall season when the leaves turn deep and dark. The garden also has bougainvillaea, azalea, Chinese rose, cape jasmine, and fuji wisteria blooming through various seasons of the year.
The Fuji Wisteria Garden gets its name from the wisteria tree that grows in the garden. The tree blossoms in mid-March turning the garden into a shade of dreamy purple. The garden also has other trees like camphor, pipal - also known as the Bodhi tree or the sacred fig, and peachtree. Hibiscus, sakura, and crape myrtle are some of the flowers growing in the garden.
We have two meeting halls with different capacities to meet the needs of our clients. Bougainvillaea is located in the Red Brick Building by the lotus pond that houses most of our guest rooms. The hall has the capacity to host 40 people, and the facilities include air conditioning, a projector, and a screen. The Marigold Hall is located below Bougainvillea and opens to a small garden. It can host 25 people and has an air conditioning facility.