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Beautiful Himachal - 7 Days
Beautiful Shimla - 7 Days
Glimpse Of Himachal - 8 Days
Picturesque Himachal - 7 Days
Himachal Highs - 7 Days
Exhilarating Himachal - 8 Days
Himachal Calling - 6 Days
Bliss in Himachal - 7 Days
Delights of Himachal - 7 Days
Pleasant Shimla and Parwanoo
      - 4 Days
Experience Manali - 6 Days
Astounding Manali - 5 Days
 



Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package Online - Beautiful Himachal Pradesh

Tour Details

 Durations : 6 Night / 7 Days
Enjoy Himachal Pradesh like never before. Stroll in the Mall, visit the ancient church and gaze at the colonial structures of Shimla, go on an excursion to Naldhera and shop in the picturesque hill town of Manali and chill in the beautifully structured city of Chandigarh. Have fun with this summer package and make it an unforgettable experience!
 
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Delhi - Shimla (370kms/ 9 hours approx)
Upon arrival at New Delhi airport and railway station, receive a pick up and transfer to Shimla by road. Upon arrival in Shimla, check-in to the hotel. Spend the rest of the evening at leisure. Enjoy dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Dinner

Day 2:
Shimla
After breakfast, visit Kufri (2500 meters), which is a 2 hours' drive from Shimla. Thereafter, visit the beautiful Vice Regal Vice Regal Lodge and take a walk down the Mall Road. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast & dinner

Day 3:
Shimla - Manali (257kms/ 7 hours approx)
After enjoying breakfast, proceed to Manali (1929 meters), a picture perfect hill station. Upon arrival in Manali, check-in to the hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure walking down the Manali market. Enjoy dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast & dinner

Day 4:
Manali
After enjoying breakfast, proceed for a half-day tour of Manali town. Visit the Hadimba Devi Temple, Jagatsukh and Vishishth Kund and the Tibetan Monastery. Thereafter, visit the handicraft centre walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht known for its hot sulphur springs. Stay overnight at the hotel in Manali.
Meals: Breakfast & dinner

Day 5:
Manali - Rohtang Pass - Manali (51 kms/2 hours approx)
In the morning after breakfast, visit the Solang Valley and the Rohtang Pass (3978 meters) which renders a beautiful view of the snow peaked mountains, 51 km from Manali. Enjoy dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast & dinner

Day 6:
Manali - Chandigarh (320kms/ 8 hours approx)
After breakfast, proceed to Chandigarh by road. On arrival in Chandigarh, check-in to the hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel
Meals: Breakfast & dinner

Day 7:
Chandigarh - Delhi (250kms/ 5 hours approx)
Early Morning after breakfast, drive to Delhi for Delhi airport/railway station to board a connecting flight/train for homeward journey.
Meals: Breakfast

 
 Package Price
Rs. 16,990/- *
USD 343.076/- *
EUR 262.671/- *
GBP 218.021/- *
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 Destination

Shimla
Shimla is known as the Queen of Hill Stations for good reason. It is more than the weather. It is the atmosphere of glory days gone by, a hint of which continues to cling. Shamla became Shimla during the British Raj when it was declared the summer capital of the British. There was love, politics and grand balls that had people talking for days.

Today Shimla has been downsized to a holidayers' paradise from its days as the British Raj's summer capital. Honeymooners can enjoy the air of romance induced by scenic views of mountains and the bright hues painting the sky, pleasant weather, and a sea of lazy mist enveloping the tall pines, oaks and deodars. Picnic spots in Annadale and Mashobra seal the deal.

It is this atmosphere that brought Bollywood to its doors. Some scenes of blockbusters like Black, Gadar, Jab We Met and 3 Idiots were shot here.

Children and grownups will react with glee as they step into the toy train that runs on single gauge tracks through forests and towns between Kalka and Shimla. The train is well integrated into the picture perfect quaintness that Shimla exudes.

The town offers travellers more than memories. There is plenty to shop: soft shawls woven in elegant designs, antique books, colourful hats and wooden handicrafts. And if food is your passion, Shimla does not disappoint. From Himachali cuisine to cuisines from north and south India you can taste a bit of everything. Restaurants serve Japanese, Thai and Chinese food too.

If seeking divine blessings, a handful of temples and churches spread across the town, are happy to cater. Kamna Devi Temple, Tara Devi Temple and Christ Church attract a flow of devotees. The Sankat Mochan Temple is a popular Shiv temple near Shimla. The Hanuman Temple atop Jakhu Hill, the highest peak in Shimla, brings forth devotees and those who want a 360 degree view of the fantastic spread of mountains and valleys. The trek in itself is fun.

The town is the access point to many other destinations. If sports and adventure are on your mind, a short drive will take you to Chail, Kufri, Tattapani Hot Springs and Naldehra. You can golf, play cricket, trek, ice skate and ski in winter, and even enjoy the rush that comes from river rafting. There are quite a few one-of-a-kind sights around like the natural ice skating rink and the highest cricket pitch in the world.

Those who like to mingle with history can have their heart's fill of history that has permeated the atmosphere and the still standing buildings from the colonial era. The grandeur of the Viceregal Lodge, where the Partition of India was signed, is mind blowing. The Gaiety Theatre's reputation as the centre of British social life is well-known. The houses and other public buildings built in the Victorian style are frequent reminders of the town's role in history. Time has taken its toll on many of the buildings, which are fast becoming a memory. But the scent of the pine still lingers.

 

Manali
No holiday in India is complete without a trip to Manali. Tucked away in the shade of dense pinewoods and snowy mountains, there is something about Kulu Valley's premier hill station, that will make you recall childhood fairytales. The earth almost meets the sky all around, the meandering Beas River winds its way through the valley mysteriously, and between the imposing peaks of the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges, hundreds flock to experience how it must be to live in Paradise.

Known famously for its lush green valleys, this beautiful hill station in the lower Himalayas is closely connected to Indian mythology as the legendary King Manu is said to have lived here. It is believed that the ark of Manu was found here after the great flood. Today, the name Manali is almost forgotten for what it truly stands fo the 'Abode of Manu' or the 'Abode of the Gods'. And needless to say, this is precisely why everyone heads to the hills every year: to ski down the icy slopes of the Himalayas, where the gods once lived.

Are you an adventure enthusiast? Give in to the fragrance of the deodar forests, apple orchards and gentle winds. The serene ambience of Manali is tailored for the perfect vacation, no matter what kind of a break you are looking for. Blessed with natural greenery, there are plenty of amazing activities in store in Manali. Through the year, Manali offers a plethora of opportunities for those who love mountaineering, trekking and skiing. Come winter, and the surrounding areas of Manali buzz with tourists whizzing downhill on some of the best ski trails of the world. The best trails near Manali are found in Solang Valley, Kothi, Gulaba, Dhundi and Rohtang. These peaks are not only spectacular, they are some of the highest as well. There are splendid trails for both beginners and professionals.

Manali is also a great spot for unique activities like heli-skiing and yak skiing. Organised by Himachal Heli Skiing (HHS), it is one of the most unique activities in the region. The towering peaks of the Hanuman Tibba summit, Deo Tibba, and the legendary Chanderkhani and Rohtang passes near Manali are known to be the perfect destination for heli-skiers with experience and a great opportunity for those who want to truly live it up. Powerful helicopters carry the skiers to the top of a 14000-foot-high snow laden slope within minutes. Internationally certified heli-ski guides who are experts in snow safety, rescue techniques and mountain travel always accompany people so there is no need to worry about safety. If you think you are made of tough stuff, then try skiing up the slope while being tied to a yak.

The idea of yak skiing may sound completely bizarre, but is definitely worth a try!

Look no further than Manali for the perfect getaway any time of the year. Take the unexplored hilly trails through the Kulu Valley and rediscover Himachal's crown gem, and you will know why your search for Paradise ends here.

 

Chandigarh
The location of Chandigarh (above plains but below hills) brings it a pleasant temperature usually a degree or 2 lower than the surrounding plains. In Chandigarh every road or street intersects every other road/street at 90 degrees which means you can never confuse the way due to curving or bending turns. Some sectors are planned in such a way that opposite sectors always sum up to '13', like sector 1 facing sector 12, sector 2 facing sector 11 and so on. Chandigarh has the largest cover in terms of green area for any Indian city. It varies from 52-54 kilometres.

Places to see in Chandigarh
Chandigarh is a small, comfortable, self sufficient town with exemplary urbanisation amidst Himalaya's Shivalik foothills and next to a valley. The must-visit list includes both man-made and natural places, inside as well as around Chandigarh. Here are the eclectic ones...

Chandigarh has Asia's largest Rose Garden called Zakir Hussain Rose Garden with 1600 varieties of roses spanning over 30 acres. Along with usual flow of tourists and floriculture enthusiasts across the year, the Rose Garden is famous for its Rose Festival, a 3 day festival held at end of February each year, witnessing over 20,000 visitors seeing natural and hybrid roses in full bloom among various competitions and cultural celebrations, a grand festival in the city.

Another unique park in Chandigarh is Rock Garden. The Rock Garden draws its uniqueness from the aspect that it has countless art and craft objects all made up of urban waste like rocks, broken chinaware, fluorescent tubes, coal, broken bangles, boulders and building waste et cetera. These have been artistically used by the garden’s founder Nek Chand, who built rock garden in more than 7 years, working from a hut, which he built to himself. Make sure you have a good camera and a water bottle in Rock Garden as you’ll come across many locations worth clicking in this 20 acre wide garden.

Next marvel at Chandigarh is Sukhna Lake, an artificial or manmade lake, one of the largest in India. This 3 km long rainfed lake by the Shivalik hills provides an even water level and a surreal beauty to the city. A light evening stroll, fitness regime, an outing with family or friends and photography experiments are some reasons people visit Sukhna Lake. Some migratory birds from Siberia also visit this place and it is fringed by a Golf Course in south and the famous Rock garden in west.

Next suggestion is the most urbanised part of Chandigarh and the city centre, Sector 17 Plaza. Sector 17 here is dotted with fountains, sculptures, outlets of all regional and international brands, eateries, pubs, discotheques and much more. A cultural fest each Saturday at sector 17 sees participation from regional groups around folklore and music.

Places to Eat
There are various old and new eating joints in Chandigarh which will acquaint your taste buds to the delicious Punjabi food. The famous Chaat Bhandaar opposite the temple in sector 23, the Times of India listedTehel Singh da Dhaaba for meat gravies, the very old Sindhi Sweets in sector 17, the famousChawla Chicken in sector 22 for delicious roasted and gravy chicken and Barbeque Nation in sector 26 are some places you must eat at! Besides any regional restaurant or Dhaaba at Chandigarh serves mouth watering non-vegetarian dishes.

To know more about this town in Shivalik foothills and meet its modern, warm hearted people, plan Chandigarh on your next holiday

 
 Package Inclusion
  • Accommodation for 1 night on twin sharing basis in Chandigarh
  • Accommodation for 3 nights on twin sharing basis in Manali
  • Accommodation for 2 nights on twin sharing basis in Shimla
  • Daily breakfast & dinner at Shimla and Manali.
  • Daily breakfast at Chandigarh.
  • All transfers & sightseeing as per itinerary in an ac vehicle(ac will work in plain area only)
  • All hotel & transportation taxes.
 
 Terms and Conditions
  • Per person rates (in Rs) - Applicable for 2 persons staying together sharing the same room
  • Service tax extra as applicable
  • Prices mentioned is the minimum quote and will be available on first-cum-first-serve basis
  • Meal plan: MAP - Accommodation with breakfast and dinner
  • Right Travels Inc. reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer anytime at its own discretion and without any prior notice.
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
The Region of Snowy Mountain means HIMACHAL PRADESH is a state in Northern India. It is spread over 21,495 sq mi (55,670 km2), and is bordered by the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and south-west, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on the south, Uttarakhand on the south-east and by the Tibet Autonomous Region on the east. Himachal Pradesh is known to be abundant in natural beauty.
Himachal Pradesh has one of the highest per capita incomes of any state in India. Due to the abundance of perennial rivers, Himachal also sells hydro electricity to other states such as Delhi, Punjab and Rajasthan. The economy of the state is highly dependent on three sources: hydroelectric power, tourism and agriculture.
The erstwhile capital of the princely state of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh has a history that is colorful, fascinating and intriguing. Tour the 81 stone temples that remained mute spectators to historic events and are enamored by this Himalayan state's enchanting history.

Available history records indicate that people from the Indus Valley Civilization inhabited the foothills of this fascinating state chaperoned by snow-capped Himalayan peaks. Great Indian epics such as Ramayana and Mahabharata also mention the existence of this state. The Mountain Rivers that flow through Himachal find a mention in the Rig Veda and it is believed that Himachal was a part of the great Indian Maurya Empire in ancient times. The Pathans, Lodhis, Mughal rulers and British invaders left a considerable impact on the political and social fabric of Himachal Pradesh India.
Nestled in the bosom of glorious Himalayan ranges, Himachal Pradesh is a surreal North West Indian State that enchants you with heavenly locals and enchanting attractions.

RELIGION:
For thousands of years Indians, and especially the Hindus, have looked upon the mighty Himalayas with awe and reverence. For them it is the abode of the gods. There Shiva, the great god of destruction (belonging to the holy Trinity of Creator-Preserver-Destroyer), sat in deep meditation until Parvati, the himalaya-putri (daughter of the mountains), succeeded in winning her love. Temples of Shiva and Parvati abound in these mountains and thousands of pilgrims from the plains make their arduous climb to them each year.

More than 95% of the population of HP is Hindu but Buddhism has also made inroads in to the state thanks to the nearness to Tibet and presence of the Dalai Lama at Dharamsala.

The ashen valleys of Lahaul, Spiti and Kinnaur are made brilliant by the Buddhist way of life.
At times the demarcation between Hinduism and Buddhism is very faint in these hill regions. For example, the rituals of the Kinnauris are a mix Buddhist and Hindu practices. The hundreds of gompas and monasteries here serve as a veritable library for the student of Buddhism. No wonder HP is said to be God’s Own Country.

Rather than in the state most popular Religion is Hinduism. About 98% of the people of this state are Hindus. In terms of population Muslims occupy the second position in the state of Himachal Pradesh according to the recent census. The Muslim population is concentrated in the Chamba, Kangra and Simur. There are also some Buddhists, Sikhs and Christians living in certain pockets of the state.

There is about 1% of the total population who follow the Buddhist Religion. About 0.1% of the people of Himachal Pradesh are Christians. Nearly 1.2% of the total populations of Himachal Pradesh are followers of Sikhism. Majority of the followers of Buddhism occupy the trans- Himalayan region of Kinaur, Spiti, Lahaul and Kulu. The Religious Belief of most of the people in the districts of Simla, Mandi, Sirmur and Kangra is Sikhism.

There are many Religious Sites in Himachal Pradesh dedicated to the Hindu gods and goddesses. Many pilgrims from different parts of the country gather here to visit the Shiva and Parvati temples of this state.

CULTURE:
Himachal was one of the few states that had remained largely untouched by external customs, largely due to its difficult terrain. With the technological advancements the state has changed very rapidly. It is a multireligional, multicultural as well as multilingual state like other Indian states. Some of the most commonly spoken languages include Hindi, Pahari, Dogri, Mandeali Kangri, Gojri, Punjabi and Kinnauri. The caste communities residing in Himachal include the Brahmins, Rajputs, Gujjars, Gaddis, "Grith (choudhary)," Kannets (come under RAJPUTS), Rathis and Kolis. There are also tribal population in the state which mainly comprise, Kinnars, Pangawals, Sulehria, and Lahaulis

The state is well known for its handicrafts. The carpets, leather works, shawls, metal ware, woodwork and paintings are worth appreciating. Pashmina shawl is one of the products that is highly in demand not only in Himachal but all over the country. Himachali caps are also famous art work of the people. Extreme cold winters of Himachal necessitated wool weaving. Nearly every household in Himachal owns a pit-loom. Wool is also considered as pure and is used as a ritual cloth. The well-known woven object is the shawl, ranging from fine pashmina to the coarse desar. Kullu is famous for its shawls with striking patterns and vibrant colours. Kangra and Dharamshala are famous for Kangra miniature paintings.

The culture of Himachal Pradesh is unique and down the ages the people took the pains to preserve their own ethnicity and tradition along with adding the requisite alterations, not loosing the spirit and vibrancy in the manifesting of its cultural elements.

CLIMATE:
There is great variation in the climatic conditions of Himachal due to extreme variation in elevation. The climate varies from hot and sub-humid tropical in the southern tracts to cold, alpine and glacial in the northern and eastern mountain ranges with more elevation. The state has areas like Dharamsala that receive very heavy rainfall, as well as those like Lahaul and Spiti that are cold and almost rainless. Broadly Himachal experience three seasons; hot weather season, cold weather season and rainy season. Summer lasts from mid April till the end of June and most parts become very hot (except in alpine zone which experience mild summer) with the average temperature ranging from 28 °C (82 °F) to 32 °C (90 °F). Winter lasts from late November till mid March. Snowfall is common in alpine tracts. (generally above 2,200 meters (7,218 ft) i.e. in the Higher and Trans-Himalayan region). The climate in Himachal Pradesh is climate. Its hill stations' geographical diversity and the backdrop of the Himalayas makes the climate in Himachal Pradesh vary from hot and humid in the valleys to extremely cold in the higher altitudes. Summer months are from March to June, while winters are from October to February.

The climate in the Shivalik region is sub-tropical as it is mostly made up of valleys. The mid-hill zone has a warm climate while the trans-Himalayan region has extreme cold temperatures dipping to minus degrees during the months of December and January.

Winter in Himachal Pradesh:
Winters are lovely in the hills of Himachal Pradesh. Tourists eager to escape the heat of the plains thoroughly enjoy the cold weather. Snow is inevitable in the alpine zone that is in places above 2,500 meters. The best time to visit Himachal Pradesh for snow lovers would be from November to February. The climate in Himachal Pradesh is also ideal for skiing and trekking. Lahaul Spiti and Kinnaur in the trans-Himalayan region have cold and dry nights with no rainfall. The abundant flowers in the Kinnaur Valley are a treat to the eyes. Its tranquility and charm also lure honeymooners during winter.
Summer in Himachal Pradesh:
Summers offer breathtaking views of the Himachal valleys and towns. The Shivalik and mid-hill zone have mild summers accompanied by spells of rainfall. Summer temperatures in Himachal Pradesh vary from 28 degree Celsius to 32 degree Celsius.
Rainfall in Himachal Pradesh:
Rainfall influences the climate in Himachal Pradesh, especially in the lower ranges. Dharamshala receives the highest amount of rainfall from July to September.

LANGUAGE:
Himachal Pradesh is a land of diverse cultures, which is manifested in the number of languages that are spoken in the state. Languages of Himachal Pradesh are many. Though Hindi is the official language of the state, but there are many other languages that are spoken in the state. Among them the prime languages of Himachal Pradesh are the Punjabi and Pahari, Dogri and Kangri. Gujarathi is also spoken in the western parts of the state.
Pahari is one of the most common and most spoken languages of Himachal Pradesh. It is derived from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit. Nearly all the basic words in the language are taken from Sanskrit. Many of the words are also taken from another ancient language of Prakrit. Due to the settlement of many different types of tribes, different tribal languages have also flourished in the state. The languages may also differ from region to region. There are many other regional languages like Kinnauri, Lahauli, Chambyali, Pangwali, which are spoken in the state.

Hindi is the official language of India and is also the official language of the state of Himachal Pradesh. Derived from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, this language is the most spoken language in the country.
Punjabi language:

Punjabi is a language that traces its roots to the Indo-Aryan languages, and is spoken mainly by the Punjabi community in India and Pakistan and all around the world. In Himachal Pradesh also Punjabi is being spoken, and the credit goes to the Punjabi speaking tribal people who went on to inhabit the central and western parts of the state.
Pahari language:

The Pahari language is basically spoken in the hilly regions of northern India. There are a number of different types of dialects that come under this language. The Pahari language or the Pahari languages as they are known, is a group of similar dialects that are spoken at the foothills of the Himalayan ranges, in the northern parts of India and Nepal. The Pahari languages are classified under central Pahari, eastern Pahari and western Pahari. The language has one more classification known as Garhwali. Languages like Dogri and Gaddi are classified as Garhwali.

CUISINE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH:
The day-to-day food of Himachalis is very similar to the rest of the north India. They too have lentil, broth, rice, vegetables and bread. Some of the specialties of Himachal include Pateer, Chouck, Bhagjery, jhoul, Patrode, Sidku, Beduan, Chutney, Madra, Khatti Dal, Mahni, Khatta and Ambua, Madra, Pahari Aloo and Pahari Murgh.
The preferred taste in Himachal varies from region to region. Non-vegetarian food, with a generous dose of spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and red chillies, is very much the norm. The average Himachal kitchen churns out all sorts of meat, lentil and cereal preparations.
While the everyday meal is the usual dal-chawal-subzi-roti (the common north Indian meal of rice, lentil broth, dish of vegetables and bread), special dishes are cooked during festive occasions.

Famous Sidu is a kind of bread made from wheat flour. It is kneaded with yeast and the dough is allowed to rise for 4-5 hours. With a stuffing of fat it is first browned over a slow fire and then steamed. Sidu is normally eaten with ghee (clarified butter), dal (lentil broth) or mutton. In many parts of the state, ankalos made of rice flour are a festive dish. In the dry Lahaul-Spiti valley, the leaves of buckwheat are mixed with wheat flour and made into cakes called aktori. Patande (a sort of pancake) is a specialty in the Sirmaur area.
Dham is cooked only by botis (a particular caste of Brahmins who are hereditary chefs). A preparation for this elaborate mid-day meal begins the night before. It is served in courses on epattalsi or leaf plates. In the Chamba region, the typical menu for a dham would start with rice, moong dal (green lentil broth) and a madrah of rajma (red kidney beans) cooked in yoghurt. This is followed by boor ki kari and a dark lentil (mash dal). Topped by khatta (sweet and sour sauce) made of tamarind and gur (jaggery), the dham ends with the mittha (dessert) – sweet rice, liberally mixed with raisins and dry fruit.

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
A land which for the tourists can offer just about everything one can dream of. There are far too many tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. Top 5 destinations in HIMACHAL PRADESH are:
• SHIMLA
• MANALI
• DHARAMSALA
• DALHOUSIE
• ROTANG PASS
Other Main Attractions of Himachal Pradesh
Situated amongst the lower reaches of the ponderous Himalayas, the small town of Kullu is famous for its temples and apple orchards and attracts hordes of tourists who come to see the magnificent greater Himalayas and the silver valley bisected by the Beas River. Spend time in Chail that is a great favorite with holidaymakers particularly during summer months. Experience “Heaven on Earth" in Chail - a little village set in the midst of luxuriant forest greens. People say Chail is a place where time stands still and nature is at her exuberant best.
With a rich history that dates back to the 6th century, Chamba is one of the fabulous tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh. Set at an altitude of 996 meters above sea level, Chamba nestles close to the enchanting foothills of Shivaliks. While at Chamba, miss not to see the Chamuda Devi Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Rang Mahal and Bhuri Singh Museum. . Thus, Snow clad peaks of the stately Western Himalayas welcome you to Himachal Pradesh.

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Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 16,990/- *
USD 343.076/- *
EUR 262.671/- *
GBP 218.021/- *
(Valid From April 1, 2011 - March 31, 2012)
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Hotel Details

Hotel: Royal Park Resort
City: Manali
Star Category:
Location:
Royal Park Resorts is located on Naggar road in Manali, 8 km from the Mall. The Kullu (Bhuntar) Airport just 50 km away and the Chandigarh railway station about 310 km away.

Away from the main market and Mall of Manali, Royal Park Resorts is on the other side of the river Beas in Prini, on Naggar Road. A 4-star property, Royal Park Resorts offers comfortable accommodation and contemporary facilities along with traditional warm hospitality.
Rooms:
The Royal Park Resorts is an expansive property, and has many spacious and comfortable rooms, all elegantly appointed. The rooms are divided into 3 categories: Luxury, Park Suite, and Royal Suite. All rooms are air-conditioned (hot and cold) with wooden flooring, and have attached bathrooms with hot and cold running water. Other amenities include a sit-out balcony with a view of the river or mountains, a television, telephone, and tea/coffee maker. 24 hour room service is also available.
Dining:
Royal Park Resorts has an excellent multi-cuisine restaurant called Flavours, and a well-stocked bar called Euphoria. The hotel also has a 24 hour coffee shop called Royal Cafe and a discotheque called Vibrations. Besides this, they have a garden restaurant for buffet and bonfire as we

Hotel: Hotel De Park
City: Shimla
Star Category:
Hotel De Park is a government approved property which was started in the year 2003. It is a massive building perched on the top of a steep slope and can be approached in a vehicle. This structure is home to modern comforts and provides a well facilitated stay for its guests
Lobby:
The hotel lobby is a large area with space to move about freely. Directly in front of the entrance is a wooden reception table. The wall behind the reception table offers a wooden paneling and detailing. On the left of the entrance, spread out, are 3 seating spaces with patterned sofas and glass top coffee tables. Pictures of sceneries adorn the walls and add to the charm of this area.
Location:
The hotel is located just 5 minutes before the main Shimla town, 3.5 kilometres from the bus station, 2.5 kilometres from the railway station and 4 kilometres from the famous Mall Road in the town. It is 19 kilometres from Jubbarhatti Airport.
Rooms:
A total of 24 rooms are categorised as 21 Luxury rooms which are the base category and 3 Suites which are the highest category. With 3 floors there are 8 rooms on each floor. All the rooms are carpeted and 20 of the Luxury rooms have bathtubs. The facilities common to all the rooms are cable television, direct dial STD/ISD telephone, geyser in the washroom and room service from 7:00 am to 11:30 pm. The rooms are smart and comfortable spaces with beautiful views from the windows.
Dining:
Temptation is the hotel's multi cuisine restaurant. It is located on the lobby level and does not serve alcohol. It is open for breakfast (7:00 am to 11:00 am), lunch (12:00 noon to 3:00 pm) and dinner (7:00 pm to 11:00 pm). Buffets are laid out here during the peak season months and at all times, a comprehensive a la carte menu is available. The food here is delicious and worth trying out.

This hotel is a comfortable government approved property and is located just 5 minutes before main Shimla town. It can be enjoyed for shorter or longer durations.
Services & Facilities:
Other services offered by the hotel include valet, parking facility, car rental, travel desk, housekeeping and acceptance of major credit cards.

Hotel: City Heart Residency
City: Chandigarh
Star Category:
Location:
Situated just opposite ISBT, City Heart Residency boasts of its proximity to the famous Rose Garden and City Centre - 17.

City Heart Residency offers traditional hospitality coupled with an array of services and facilities to ensure that all its guests have a pleasant stay while in the city.
Rooms:
The hotel houses 32 independent rooms that are well furnished and equipped with a television, telephone, refrigerator and running hot and cold water in the attached washrooms. Room service is available 24 hours for the convenience of guests.
Dining & Facilities:
Guests can enjoy their meals at the hotel's multi cuisine restaurant that is operational 24 hours and is located at the lobby level. The menu features Indian, Continental and Chinese food. A buffet breakfast is served between 7 am and 10:30 am and is complimentary for guests of the hotel.

Conferencing and banquet facilities at City Heart Residency include a meeting cum conference room that can accommodate up to 150 persons and a banquet room with a dance floor and digital sound system that can also accommodate up to 150 persons.

The hotel also has a business centre with WiFi internet, fax and photocopying machine and secretarial services on offer.

Other guest facilities available at City Heart Residency are doctor on call, laundry service, money exchange assistance and a travel desk. The hotel accepts all major credit cards.
     
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