Manu Allaya, Manali – HOTEL OVERVIEW

Guest Rooms 55

Meeting Rooms

3 (capacity ranging from 30 – 250 persons)
Outdoor Venues 1 lawn (capacity upto 1500 persons)
Conference & Banquet Faclities
  • High-speed internet access
  • LCD Projection
  • Writing paper and pencils
  • Flipchart
  • Whiteboard & pencils
  • Newspapers & magazines
Business Facitlities
  • Business Facilities
  • Wireless High speed Internet
  • Spa
  • Gymnasium with sauna & steam
  •  Indoor wooden floored squash court
  • Table Tenni, Billiards, Indoor skating rink
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Board games, Chess, Carrom
  • Croquet
  • Throwball
  • Manali, Himachal Pradesh
  • Distance from City Centre/ Shopping District/ Entertainment District
  • 1 kms
Group Activities
  • Rock climbing
  • Fishing
  • Horse safari
  • Rappling
  • River crossing
  • Zorbing
  • Paragliding
Destination Information
  • Rohtang Pass : Rohtang Pass is the highest point, 4,112m, on the Manali-Keylong road, 51-km from Manali town. It provides a wide panoramic view of mountains rising far above clouds, which is a truly breath-taking sight.
  • Arjun Gufa (5Km.): On the left bank of the Beas, 5-km from Manali near the village of Prini, is the 'Arjun Gufa' or the cave of Arjuna. In here Arjuna practised austerities to get Pashupata Ashtra or weapon from Lord Indra.
  • Beas Kund (50Km.): It is the source of river Beas, at the Rohtang Pass and is easily accessible. The great sage, Vyas performed `Tapa' here during the Mahabharat times. The place is still hallowed by the celestial light. It was because of this that the river got the present name of Beas.
  • Jagatsukh Temple (6Km.): It is one of the biggest villages in Kullu district. About 6-km from Manali, Jagatsukh is famous for its Shiva temple that is built in "shikhara" style and nearby is the old and interesting Devi Sharvati temple.
  • Kothi (12Km.): It is a pretty little village, 12-km from Manali on the Keylong road at the foot of Rohtang Pass. There are very fine views from Kothi, and the Beas River flows through a very deep and narrow gorge at this point. The well-situated Public Works Department (PWD) Resthouse is a popular place for overnight stays. Close to the rest house is an awe-inspiring gorge where Beas enters a chasm about 61m deep and just few metres broad.
  • Old Manali (3Km.): The old Manali area is located some 3-km from the present day Manali. The old Manali is covered with guesthouses, which look ancient now, and orchards where the livestock move at will.
  • Rahalla Falls (16Km.): About 16-km from Manali and 4-km away from Kothi, at the start of the climb to the Rohtang Pass, are the beautiful Rahalla Falls at an altitude of 2,501m.
  • Solang Nullah (14Km.): 14-km northwest of Manali in the Solang Valley, this place offers Himachal Pradesh's best ski slopes. The Mountaineering and Allied Sports Institute operates a 300m high ski lift and the month of February is the best month to ski over here. HPTDC has a seven-day package for ski courses with accommodation in the Hotel Rohtang Manaslu in Manali. Courses are also offered by the Mountaineering and Allied Sports Institute and the North Face Ski School.
  • Vashisth Hot Sulphur Springs (3Km.): This small village near Manali is famous for its scenic beauty. The village has a temple dedicated to Lord Rama and Vashisth Muni. The village has some hot water springs, which are said to posses medicinal properties. It is a picturesque little place, 3-km out of Manali but on foot the distance is a bit shorter.

Like This Page? Share it with your network.

Follow Us