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  • • Manali for 3 nights
    • Stay in 4 star hotels

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  • • Welcome drink non alcoholic on arrival
    • Dry Nuts & Cookies in the Room once during the stay
    • Accommodation with daily Breakfast and Dinner

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Overview

 

Location

4 star property- Manu Allaya (The Resort Spa in the Himalayas) is located in Chadiyari, amidst breathtaking natural surroundings, 3.8 kilometres away from main market, bus stand and Tourist Information Centre. The Kullu (Bhuntar) airport is 53 km away from this place, and the Kalka railway station 278 km away from the hotel.

 

Embarking the episode of luxury in the less populous city of Kullu district, Manu Allaya is a sumptuous spa resort nestled in the lofty Himalayas. The tranquility of this magnificent resort in Manali compliments the freshness of the surrounding ambience. The divinity in the aura and the amiable conviviality is relished by guests traveling to this marvel in the Himachal. Rejuvenate at signature Manu Allaya spa, TVA or revitalize yourself with onsite sauna, Jacuzzi and fitness facilities. Delighting the guests is the eclectic array of indoor leisure activities including croquets, billiards and basketball; and thrilling outdoor sports including skiing. Verdant lawns and well appointed banquets enchant the grandeur of this resort by being the host of majestic receptions and business meets.

 

Rooms

Differentiated into 7 distinct categories based on their size, splendid panoramas, and fascinating structure, all 55 rooms of Manu Allaya are modishly equipped. These diverse divisions namely Garden Rooms, Balcony Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Duplex Rooms, Deluxe Suites, Royal Suites, and Sunny Side Cottages are an epitome of contemporary lifestyle.

 

Dining

An unceasing culinary ride to relish the vibrant savors from lively India and other elegant countries of the globe. Exalting of its marvelous wooden panels and being the largest in the valley, Café Jardin serving delectable snacks overlooks the serene valley from glass panes. D’Jong, a quintessential venue with sparkling interiors is a signature Indo-Tibetan restaurant infusing delicacies from diverse array of Chinese cuisines. Kibber is a fort-style diner serving eclectic North frontier dishes with amusing entertainment alternatives. An idyllic site between two small fountains, Library Bar is an ideal place to repose and nip the classical wines and spirits.

 

Games & Facilities

Health Club, Indoor wooden floored squash court, Table Tennis, Billiards, Indoor, Skating rink, Board games, Basketball, Badminton, Croquet, Throwball, Chess, Carrom.

Destination Info

Manali - Switzerland of India

The landscape here is breath taking. One can see well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water, on the other side are the pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchid. A favourite place for trekkers to spiti, lahaul, kirnnaur, leh and zanskar region in Kashmir valley.

Manali has a pre-historic legend behind its name. Vaivasvata, the seventh incarnation of Manu, the first creation according to Hindu mythology, found a tiny fish in his bathing water. The fish told him to look after it with devotion, for one day it would do him a great service. The seventh Manu cared for the fish until it grew so huge that he released it into the sea. Before departing, the fish warned Manu of an impending deluge when the entire world would be submerged and bade him to build a seaworthy ark. When the flood came, Matsya (fish), the first avatar of Lord Vishnu, towed Vaivasvata and the Seven Sages to safety. As the waters subsided, the seventh Manu's ark came to rest on a hillside and the place was named Manali after him.

Place to Visit

The Mall Road
The Mall, or main road of Manali is the hub of activity in this tourist town, lined with hotels, restaurants, shops, the bus station and many travel agencies. Though it carries the same British epithet as its counterpart in Shimla, the Mall of Manali has an entirely different character from the colonial flavour of the former. It is more of a busy commercial street with modern concrete blocks of hotels that spill over with tourists in the peak season. Most of the hotels overlooking the foaming Beas River, however, do offer pleasant views of the valley, green terraced fields and the surrounding orchards.

Manalsu Nala
To get a more authentic flavour of the area, take a half-hour walk from the Mall across the Manalsu nala to reach the village of old Manali. Also known as Manaligarh, the village has a ruined fort and a cluster of houses built in the Pahari style - with heavy stone roofs and wooden balconies projecting out of the first floor. According to popular belief it is here that Manu, the lawmaker lived around the 2nd century BC. His treatise, the 'Manusmriti' is the foundation of Hindu law and of the rigid caste system based on varna or profession. Considered one of the most orthodox Hindu texts with strict role definitions based on gender and class, the Manusmriti continues to be followed by many devout Hindus even today. In the centre of the village is the Manu Maharishi temple, a relatively new shrine dedicated to Manu. The village itself is an idyllic break from the rush of main Manali, surrounded by terraced maize fields and apple orchards. There are several guesthouses and cafes lining the path to the village.

Hadimba Devi Temple
Hadimba or Dhungiri temple in Manali is one of the most important temples in the region. This four storey wooden temple is located in the middle of a forest called the Dhungiri Van Vihar a 2 km walk from the Tourist office in Manali. Maharaja Bahadur Singh built the present wooden pagoda-like temple in 1553 after earlier structures were burnt down by forest fires. Standing on a stone platform surrounded by old deodar trees, the three-tiered temple is crowned with pennants, brass bells and a trident. Carvings of animals, plants and folk deities adorn the temple, while hunting trophies hang over its entrance.
Inside the shrine is the brass icon of the goddess, surprisingly tiny compared to the huge temple structure and the legendary prowess associated with her. The shrine is within a natural cave formation dominated by huge rock. A set of enlarged footprints on the rocks is believed to be of Hadimba, herself. In mid-July the idol from old Manali is brought to this temple for a major festival. As part of the frenzied celebrations, several animals including a buffalo and a goat are sacrificed to the goddess. The blood falling on the stones is channeled to the mouth of goddess Hadimba. Not for the faint-hearted, this ancient ritual draws large crowds, along with some pickpockets who take advantage of the spellbound mobs.

Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa
This Gompa dominates the Tibetan area around the bottom of the Mall in Manali. The Tibetan refugees built the Gompa in the late 1960's. The Gompa is covered with brightly coloured frescoes and a mid size Buddhist statute. It also carries a list of the martyrs killed in occupation of Tibet of 1987 to 1989. Inside the brightly painted prayer hall is a statue of Shakyamuni (form of Buddha). The monastery is maintained through donations and the sale of carpets woven by the lamas within the temple workshop. A smaller gompha near the market has a large gold-faced image of Buddha, which is best viewed from its first floor verandah. Monks can be seen printing prayer flags in the open terrace.

Temple Of Manu
Slippery stone paths lead through the old village houses up to the temple of Manu. Manali is named after the sage Manu who meditated when he came in this area. 

Tibetan Temple
Tibetans have a base in Manali too. There is a large modern Tibetan temple to the South of the bus stand and also a small handicrafts centre. 

Mountaineering Institute
The Mountaineering Institute located at Manali provides training facilities for basic and advanced climbing both for Indian nationals and foreigners. This institute also conducts other adventurous sports activities like high altitude trekking, minor mountaineering, rock-climbing, skiing, and high altitude rescue and relief courses. The institute has sufficient lodging and boarding arrangements and equipment can be hired for trekking purposes.

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