Ooty, originally known as Udhagamandalam, is set amidst the Nilgiri hills. This place is dated back to 1117 BC. In the British era, Ooty & Nilgiris was explored by John Sullivan, then British official. From time immemorial, Ooty has been a scenic beauty which has drawn many people here. It is rightly known as the Queen of Hills due its idyllic nilgiri hills. Ooty has some important historic buildings. Stone house is the first bungalow that was constructed in Ooty. Built by John Sullivan, it was referred by the locals as Kal Bangala. Following this, many more such bungalows were built mostly in European styles. A few of these are retained as monuments even to this day. These are popularly known as British houses or the Villa or Wood houses. In the British era, Ooty was meant to be a summer capital for the entire regimen and its officials. They had their recreational activities in these villas. Bellevue intends to retain the recreational tag value of Ooty by developing such comfortable stays and villas making it the ideal holiday destination. Surrounded by soothing and tranquil nature, Ooty is an epitome of requiescence. The bluish tint of the Nilgiri hills with its strong fragrance of herbs and eucalyptus trees are resplendent with scenic sights of manicured mountains, lush greenery, rhythmic resonation of the Ooty lake, chirping birds, chuckling fauna and colorful flora. The misty magic of the cool, crisp air coupled with the warm rosy rays of sunlight smoothly slicing through the cottony white clouds that are abundant in the pleasing azure sky, gives you the perfect ambience for a relaxing vacation. Far from the cacophony of the urban concrete jungle, Bellevue is strategically located amidst the panoramic beauty of nature and the bygone era of the British with its villas and bungalows. You will encounter nothing short of a heavenly experience while on your vacation at Bellevue! Be it business or leisure, Bellevue makes your stay the most memorable of your lifetime.