About hotels in Manali
Why Book Manali Hotels with Yatra
The proximity of this Himalayan resort town set on the Beas River from New Delhi, makes it extremely doable over a weekend. After spending months at home in the lockdown phase, it could be a tough decision whether to travel again just yet. But if you live in North India or are close by from New Delhi, you can conveniently consider Manali for your post-pandemic hotel stay. Manali not just for its weather or gorgeous Himalayan setting, but also because there are enough hotels in the hill station that come with Yatra’s Clean Pass promise; an assurance that your hotel of stay meets the essential hygiene and sanitisation standards as laid down by the WHO. Not just that you could even apply the TRAVELAGAIN offer and avail lucrative discounts on select hotels in Manali. Ahead of making your Manali hotel booking
, you are advised to go through our on-going deals and discounts on hotel stays and use them to get the best room rate for your hotel stay. Another reason you should book a Manali hotel with Yatra is because we have an exclusive assortment of couple-friendly hotels that have easy check-ins and are a haven for honeymooners and couples planning a vacation together.
Clean Pass Manali Hotels
If your Manali hotel stay is going to be your first post the COVID outbreak, then you must choose of place of stay with all the more care. Addressing the growing concern of our customers related to their safety and hygiene for their hotel stays, Yatra has come up with the Clean Pass promise initiative, a tag allocated to select Safe hotels in Manali
that meet the stringent sanitisation criteria, to ensure you have a carefree holiday. The hotels with our Clean Pass tag ensure that the rooms and the floors are properly sterilised, there is hand sanitisers and masks in every room, the common area is well-sanitised too, besides the staff wear gloves and masks during service, social distancing is practiced at all times, the in-room dining facility is made available, with food served in disposable crockery and cutlery, and more importantly, the temperature of all guests and staff are checked at the entry gate, and anyone registering high temperatures are sent back. If your idea is to stay at one of the best hotels in Manali, you need to ensure it has our Clean Pass promise. Some Yatra hotels across categories that come with this Clean Pass promise are The Katoch Grand Resort on the Rohtang Road, Gezellig Inn - Tree Hill Cottages and Kanyal Villas on Kanyal Road, Thomas Villa - Hotels and Cottages, Sandhya Resort and Spa, Heritage Village Resorts and Spa on Naggar Road. Each of these hotels are safe to stay in and not just that, they even offer cosy accommodation, lovely mountain views, proximity to nearby attractions, the Hadimba Temple and Mall Road, aside from offering you cosy dining and spa facilities.
The Travel Again Offer in Manali Hotels
Before closing your Manali hotel booking, you could look up some of Yatra’s deals and discounts on them. The latest ‘travel again’ offer comes with a TRAVELAGAIN promo code that entitles you to up to 30% discount on select Manali hotels
. And not just that, the offer lets you earn an additional 15% cashback in your Yatra wallet, aside from allowing you to redeem up to 10% eCash from your Yatra wallet. To check, how much discount you are entitled to, if any, you need to sign up and login to your Yatra account. The AHR Grace Resort & Spa on the Kanyal Road of Manali is currently running interesting discounts. The Orchard Greens Resort and Spa on the Log Huts Road of Old Manali not only comes with Yatra’s Clean Pass tag, but boasts of a great location, is couple-friendly and is running a discount too.
Couple Friendly Manali Hotels
Among the upside of booking your Manali hotel stay with Yatra is the fact that we have hotels to cater to every category of travellers. The resort town of Manali with its sweeping Himalayan views and ample snowfall in the winter months, is a paradise for honeymooners, owing to which there are multiple hotels that are couple-friendly offering the right atmosphere for couples. But more importantly, Yatra’s handpicked couple-friendly hotels ensure you can have an easy check-in process with no questions asked save for producing your local id. These hotels not only come with comfortable accommodation and privacy a holidaying couple seeks, they also afford lively views and most of them have Yatra’s Clean Pass promise to ensure you have a hassle-free holiday. From our handpicked selection of couple friendly hotels in Manali
you can go with The White Stone Resort in Prini with its health club, a wonderful location and ample grounds for you to take a stroll in. Hotel Sitara International on Kanyal Road, Hotel Park Residency in the Aleo area of Manali also serves daily complimentary breakfast, Imperial Palace, again in Aleo, Hotel Holiday Home International in the Circuit House Road, Hotel Greenfields on the Log Huts Road are some couple-friendly hotels that also come with Yatra’s Clean Pass promise, aside with their strategic location among other amenities, they are also value for money. You could even try out an on-going offer that comes with the coupon code TOGETHER35, making you eligible for up to 35% discount on select couple-friendly hotels in Manali.
5 Star Hotels in Manali
Manali is among India’s foremost winter holiday destination. Travellers from across the spectrum such as honeymooners, backpackers, business travellers, families, couples, and group of friends visit lively Himalayan hill station for its setting and cool climes. Owing to this Manali is home to a range of exclusive properties that afford not just leisure and luxuries but unending views of the Himalayas, the lush apple orchards, accessibility to attractions like Hadimba Devi Temple or the Mall Road to name a few. If budget is no constraint and you wish to spend some days in Manali simply idling away, you can consider some of these properties that are at the upper end of the spectrum. The Himalayan on the Hadimba Road is a lovely stone structure resembling a castle jutting out of the green valleys of Manali. The old colonial charm is much palpable in the way the rooms are done up with a cosy fireplace, four-poster beds, sit-out balconies, and ample views outside the window. The hotel also has a swimming pool and wonderful dining facilities. You can even consider the Renest River Country Resort that is an extremely laid-back wooden structure with gabled roof resembling a Swiss chalet. The rooms open up views of the surrounding jungles and open skies. The property also has a pizzeria that serves hand-tossed pizzas, a restaurant with multi-cuisine offerings, gymnasium, spa and a kids play room. The Golden Tulip Manali
on Old Manali’s Club Road is another plush property offering all modern comforts, ample views, proximity to major landmarks of the hill station and a very cosy stay. Its rooms are contemporary and overlook the alpine wilderness, aside from that the hotel has ample lounging spots, cafe, restaurant and a well-stocked bar.
Cheap Hotels in Manali
For a traveller on budget, whether he is a backpacker, a weekender, or a couple looking for a quiet and quick vacation, Manali is a great destination, for it is chock-full with accommodation options that range from hotels, guesthouses, homestays to little family-friendly resorts in the middle of an apple orchard. With the Beas gurgling away only a stone’s throw away, you are apt to find plenty economy hotels along Hadimba Road, Aleo or the Club Road in Old Manali. The Indraprastha Cottage on Hadimba Road is extremely budget-friendly as well as couple-friendly, and comes with Yatra’s Clean Pass promise. You can even try out the Devat Farm Cottages in Kullu’s Gushaini area that is known for its splendid valley views, is couple-friendly and has our Clean Pass tag. Sarthak Resorts, Hotel Manali Palace Heights, Kanyal Heights Cottages, Hotel Jessica Manali are budget hotels in Manali
that come with Yatra’s Clean Pass promise, boast of a good location, offer comfortable accommodation with all modern amenities. You will find well-sanitised hotels across major locations in Manali that are both budget as well as couple-friendly, and more importantly, come with our Clean Pass promise.
in Himachal Pradesh is an overnight journey by Volvo from New Delhi. Yatra has a host of Manali packages that cater to your niche as a traveller; you are even free to customise one depending on the places you want to see and your preference of transport. One of our exclusive 4-day Manali Volvo package entails an overnight journey aboard a comfortable Volvo coach from New Delhi and arriving in Manali by early morning. You then check into a cosy hotel of the likes of Lifestyle Manali where you can take time out to relax through the day. At afternoon, you are then taken on a tour around Manali where you visit its iconic landmarks like the Hadimba Devi Temple, Vashisht Hot Water Springs, Van Vihar, Hong Kong Market, the Tibetan Monastery to name a few. You have the evening at leisure to shop at the Mall Road and return to your hotel for the night. Since daily breakfast is a part of your package, after a hearty breakfast, you head out on an excursion to Kullu and Manikaran. This comes with a halt along the way to do some rafting on the Beas River. Other stops you make en route include the Kullu Market known for its colourful, warm shawls, the Kullu Shawl Factory, Angora Farm, Vaishno Mata Temple and the Parvati River. One day of your tour is dedicated to the Solang Valley, where you can pursue some adventure activities like zorbing, paragliding, parachuting, skiing and driving around in the snowmobile. The tour culminates with a round of the Mall Road of Manali to pick up some mementos for your friends and family, before getting on the bus and hopping back home.
How to Travel to Manali
Manali is extremely accessible from New Delhi and the NCR, Punjab among other cities by way of fabulous road connectivity, the enviable Himalayan Express Highway for instance, a 27.5 kilometre stretch winding through the Shivaliks past Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh offering stunning views along the way.
The Kullu Manali Airport, also known as the Buntar Airport, is the domestic airport that caters to this hill station, from where most hotels across the Beas and close to the Hadimba Devi Temple are about 50 kilometre away. You can take a pre-paid taxi from the airport to get you to your hotel in Manali; the drive is bound to take you about an hour and a half on thee mountainous terrain. The airport offers limited flight connectivity with direct flights only to New Delhi and Chandigarh by Alliance Air and Air India.
The railway station closest to Manali town is the Joginder Nagar Railway Station, about 145 kilometre from main Manali. From outside the railway station, you get pre-paid taxis to Manali, and they will drive you straight to your hotel. The drive though quite long is extremely scenic, taking approximately 4 hours 45 minutes to reach your destination. At an elevation of 1189 metre above sea level, Joginder Nagar, a part of the Northern Railway Zone, is a rather small station in Himachal Pradesh. The only trains to make a stop at this station are Pathankot to Joginder Nagar and vice versa.
The Manali bus depot is under 5 kilometre from major hotels in Manali, not too far from the Hadimba Devi Temple. You can get your hotel to send you a car to pick you up from the bus stop, which is a quick 15-20 minute drive. Incidentally, this is the main bus stand of the HRTC
or the Himachal Pradesh Transport Corporation lying close to NH21 in the Simsa Village of Manali. You can get buses from here back to Delhi, or for that matter, to other parts of Himachal Pradesh. Another way of getting to Manali by road is to book an outstation cab
with Yatra that will bring you to the hill station in good time after making the requisite halts along the way for water and refreshments.