Hotels in Manali
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The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands . And it's awesome feeling to stay here and people are very friendly and familiers. I wanna visit again in my life. M happy much. Thanks so much everyone. But road are very narrow so that please maintain the road for better transportation
Md jamaluddin | Fri, Apr 20, '18
Good place .. Neat rooms .. Quiet and peaceful. Two very adorable and playful dogs. Good room service. Good food is provided. A place for bon fire. Balcony to sit outside the rooms and enjoy the view. Overall good place.
Bhoomi Shah | Fri, May 12, '17
The property is well built right on the river bank and the amenities provided are up to mark. The food is above average (a bit overpriced but gets the job done). If you are here during winters, you need to get a heater for which you will be charged a premium of INR 500 per night as per Dec 2017). The Wi-Fi is slow and is available only in the common area. Now comes the NOT-SO-GOOD part, most of the staff here is rude (there is a few exception), they won't do the job until you tell then thrice and the service is terribly slow. In fact, they would reach to that extent that they would start arguing. Here's my personal experience:- We asked for a heater, paid the premium but was given late. Then, there was no plug point in the room which supports the heater. When we asked to rectify the problem, it was not done until next 6 hours. At the end when we returned the heater to the reception, then they tried solving the problem. NOTE:- They don't accept any international cards (I. E only INDIAN cards are accepted). They also charge 2. 5% as taxes if you pay using the card. Overview:- The property is fairly priced but the service is terrible. If you are a traveller who also wants to enjoy the property with the tour, I'd not recommend it. But, if you are here just for a quick visit and won't be spending much time on the property, it might be a sweet deal for you.
Raunak Agarwal | Sat, Dec 30, '17
Bed experience from Mahin Cottage Manali. Never aspect ed from MMT. Room is so small. He promise to give best room but they are not given those they promised water was very dirty we Bath from. Over all experience was very bad can't aspect ed from MMT gangrened property
Neeraj Gupta | Fri, Apr 27, '18
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Good 3 star hotel which is very near to Manali Mall . Has good, comfortable cozy rooms with neat aesthetics . Spacious and very clean washrooms with toiletries . Restaurant is very good and we get very tasty food at the hotel . Was pleasantly amazed by all the amenities in room and the beautiful 360degree view of the snow capped mountains . Additionally also the enjoyed the in-house DJ system.
sunint | Mon, Apr 9, '18
Me and my friend had booked a deluxe A/C room but they upgraded us to even good executive room, the room and the toilet were really clean and the highlight of the place in it's restaurant with a spectacular view and an even awesome Chef KESAR who's cooking is really simple but incredibly tasty and I would recommend this hotel to all .
suman nagaraj | Sun, Feb 25, '18
We reached hotel around 7pm. The good thing was there is no delays in check in every thing was ready. Whatever we asked everything was provided as soon as possible. Hotel is situated just 10 to 15 min walkable distance from mall road not far from city centre and near to hadimba temple. You can enjoy snow covered mountain view from the hotel room. Good room clean washroom. Bed linen blankets were clean. Good staff with excellent behaviour. Good room service. No delays in early check out.
INDRANI | Fri, Mar 9, '18
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Booked room for my parents. I called and informed the staff as they was travelling alone. Hotel staff was polite and prepared for everything. Got an upgrade and hotel staff assured me to make their the stay comfortable. Room and facilities was awesome. Just missing was the dental kit. Rest all was at its proper place. Room service is bit low as per standard but the restaurant item are as delicious as its supposed to be. Overall a very good experience.
ved parkash | Mon, May 14, '18
Excellent hotel, staff was good, breakfast was also good. Location of hotel is slightly away from the main city, thus shuttle to be provided by hotel for pick and drop to main city. Hotel is well built up and surrounded by Apple trees.
SACHIN SHARMA | Tue, Mar 20, '18
Hotel facility good and but hot water is not available and gizeer available but not working properly and 1. Km distance from hadimba tample and something 2. Km distance from mall road and dinner facility is available
LOV CHOUDHARY | Tue, Jan 2, '18
All the things were best only the behind low rating being room size. Room size was quite small as per room charges also bed length was small and not sufficient for 5. 5" height people. Others things are awesome and outstanding.
Mayank Mahadane | Thu, May 3, '18
What a Nainsukh, Mansukh, Tansukh while staying with Fog Hills Manali. The staff was cooperative, Food was good, Excellent location, good accesibility, awat from the crowded mall road, peace of mind. Overall paisa Vasool. Staff was caring and ready to help always. Cleanliness was another thing which the hotel should be rated on an excellent note.
Musaddique Pokar | Thu, May 10, '18
The hotel is cheap as compared to another hotel on MMT and we can also use the wallet balance for this booking as compare to other apps and hotel staff is very much polite and generous in every aspect.
mukarram hasan | Fri, May 4, '18
Very good experience for my stay in this hotel. Good hotel with beautiful garden and room with wooden furniture. All staff including restaurant waiters are also very co-operative. Next time definitely I like to stay here.
SUBHASHCHANDRA PATEL | Thu, May 17, '18
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About Hotel Booking in Manali
- Named after the lawgiver, Manu, in Hindu mythology, Manali is one of the most sought-after destinations in the country. This scenic hill station is 2050 m above sea level and is situated on the Beas River Valley in Himachal Pradesh.
- People in Manali speak the Hindi dialect, that is an amalgamation of the Sanskrit and Prakrit and is known as Mandiali. Manali also has a large Tibetan population.
- Known for its apple orchards and trout fishing, Manali has several Hotels where one can avail cheap deals and offers while booking luxury and budget hotels from Makemytrip.com
Best localities in Manali
Old Manali – Old Manali maintains the old-world charm and the atmosphere is astoundingly different from New Manali and is also known for having a large number of apple orchards. This serene part of Manali is 3 km away from the bustling centre that is less crowded and it attracts many backpackers from around the world. One can find several hotels that are both cheap and luxurious in and around this beautiful area. The Tranquil Inn is a budget hotel that is around 2 km from Old Manali. This hotel in Manali has a backyard filled with lush apple and peach orchards.
Nature Park– This park is located between Old Manali and New Manali. A 3 km stretch of surmounting greenery, one can see the Vashisht village from this park. One can see several birds such as the hoopoe and also mountain goats in this park. It also has moss covered stones and a large number of tall Deodar trees. The Apple Country resorts is one of the finest MakeMyTrip budget hotels that is about 2 km away from the Nature Park. The Manali Heights is a luxury hotel that is about 1.6 km away from the Nature Park.
Mall Road – It is one of the main sources of attraction in Manali. There are several restaurants and shops in this area and the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa Monastery is situated here. The Rock Regency is a budget hotel that is located about 400 m from the Mall Road, and travellers get a comfortable stay in this hotel as they are provided with the basic amenities such as intercom, and doctor-on-call facilities along with a well-equipped fitness centre.
Hadimba Devi Temple –Built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh in the 16th century, this is the most significant temple in Manali. This temple is dedicated to Hadimba Devi who was Bhima’s wife and is built on a huge rock. Constructed in Pagoda style, it contains four storeys made of wood, and the walls are adorned with impressions of mud and stone. It is 2 km away from the main centre of Manali. The Himalayan is one of the best luxury MakeMyTrip hotels in Manali that is about 3 km away from the Hadimba Devi Temple. The Victorian Gothic Revival style of this hotel is impeccable and is surrounded by apple orchards where there are fully-equipped cottages. Tourists staying at this luxurious hotel can get magnificent views of waterfalls and peaks.
Things to do
- For travellers who love adventure, they can enjoy paragliding, mountain biking, trekking and jeep safaris, among others with the Himalayan Caravan Adventure group. The Himalayan, a luxurious hotel in Manali, arranges several adventure related activities for their guests. Tourists staying at this MakeMyTrip hotel can partake in skiing, mountain biking, white-water rafting as well as canoeing.
- Travellers can enjoy eating at several cafés and restaurants in Manali. For authentic Spanish and Italian food, traveller can visit the Casa Bella Vista or relish traditional Italian food at Café 1947, the first music café of Manali.
How to reach/Transportation hubsBy Air: Travellers can reach Manali by getting down at the Kullu-Manali Airport in Bhuntar. The nearest airport to Kullu-Manali Airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Delhi’s airport is well connected to all the major cities in India as well as all the major international destinations around the world.
By Train:The nearest railway station to Manali is the Jogindernagar Railway Station in Himachal Pradesh. It is about 166 km to Manali via the NH154 and NH3.
By Bus: Manali is well connected to some cities in North India by bus. There are regular government-run as well as private buses to and from Dharamshala, Leh, Kullu, Shimla and New Delhi. The distance from New Delhi to Manali is about 550 km.
By Taxi: Travellers can reach Manali by hiring a taxi. The distance from Chandigarh to Manali is 309 km and the distance from Leh to Manali is 473 km.
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