Chapslee has found pride of place in many a Coffee-Table book and magazine on travel, architecture, interiors and cuisine. Maharajas Palaces, Indian Style, Hill Stations of the Raj, Heritage Hotels of India, Palace Hotels of The Raj, Hill Stations of India, Beautiful Homes, Simla, The Summer Capital of British India are some of the books that feature Chapslee, whereas Vogue, Harper and Queens, Tatler, Inside Outside, Design and Architecture are a few of the magazines that come to mind. Chapslee has also been featured in televisions series of the BBC such as Stones of the Raj, The Kalka Shimla Railway (2009), Rudyard Kippling (2015), and is extensively covered by Anthony Bourdain in the CNN feature titled “Parts Unknown Punjab, India” in 2014. The Brides magazine, a sister magazine of the famous ‘Vogue’, has chosen Chapslee as a wedding destination in India !
Chapslee also finds mention in the following travelogues
“The Ochre Border” by Justine Hardy………..her travels in the Tibet Himalayas.
“Over the High Passes” by Christina Noble…… a year in the Himalaya with migratory Gaddi shepherds.
“In Grandmother’s footsteps” by Imogen Lycett Green………tracing Lady Penelope Betjeman’s last journey in the Kullu valley, where she was cremated as per her wishes.