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We had a great experience at the Himalayan where we spent some of our honeymoon. We stayed in one of the cottages which had a balcony and amazing view of Manali and the surrounding mountains. Even though the rooms have many windows the way the resort was laid out maximized privacy. The staff was very friendly and helpful and even baked us a cake for my wife's birthday! Both New and Old Manali are easily accessible by auto and if you are adventurous you can walk down the gullies all the the way into the city.
The Himalayan is a wonderful place to stay. It’s Castle like architecture makes you feel like you are in one of the Harry Porter or LOTR or GOT movie. Rooms are spacious and have a retro styled Interio with a fire place.
This hotel has a gothic kind of exterior look to it, its mesmerizing on the outside and the inside, it has an amazing view of the snow capped mountains. The rooms are beautiful with english furniture in it. The staff was very helpful and accomodating, the food was good too. Its also very close to the Mall Road, price wise it is a little on the higher side but totally worth the money spent. Manali's weather and the stay at the Himalayan made our trip absolutely memorable.
We stayed at the The Himalayan in Manali for few nights. I cannot say anything more about exceptional staff. They did everything that we asked for. The scenery from the hotel was phenomenal. Many of the things are in close proximity. Breakfast was very fresh. I would definitely stay in the hotel; and would recommend the same.
It was our first time in Manali and choosing a resort from the numerous options available turned out to be a daunting task. Thankfully we stumbled upon The Himalayan and after seeing their reputation across various media, the decision was made.
May I say that how pleased we were with the choice. The location is superb with magnificent mountain views. Old Manali is barely a 20 minute walk, yet it is extremely quiet and one doesn't realise how close it is to all the action.
The food was spot on with service to match. The beautiful Castle and cottages are laid out in an informal garden setting. The attention to detail is outstanding in all respects.
We hope to back again in another season. Keep up the great work.
We loved our stay. The grounds were unbelievably beautiful and well taken care of. There are so many things to do and see without leaving the grounds. And the staff without a doubt we’re the most hospitable, friendly and helpful group of people we met on our entire trip through India. Next time we will stay much longer.
It's a resort with British style architecture beautifully adorned with Antiques. The rooms are quite spacious with amazing views overlooking snowclad mountains and well maintained green garden and pool of the resort. It gives you a sense of peace, calmness and tranquility alongwith a luxurious stay. Also, to add on the Hotel staff is quite courteous and serves delicious food both veg and nveg.
A highly recommended property which is well located and worth a visit.
A castle like property in the heart of Manali. Very conveniently near to the Hadimba Temple! The hotel staff are very hearty and helpful. The most beautiful hotel in Manali with all the love of nature. Couldn’t have asked for a better getaway!! I stayed at the 2 bedroom cottage with a kitchen, living area and a dining area. Rooms were very spacious and clean. The castle is totally marvellous with a great architecture and interior decors! Totally a Great stay, would definitely visit again. 🙂
Resort with castle like structure. Stayed in cottage with private balcony attached to the bedroom. It has living room with fire place and kitchen equipped with all necessary utensils including fridge and microwave oven.
Very courteous staff from reception, restaurant to room service. Special thanks to Vivek for his guidance from the time of booking, during the stay and during departure.
Food is good, only a la carte.
Very near to Hadimba temple, Club House and Mall Road.
I would suggest this place for luxurious stay in Manali.
The owners are so accommodating and go above and beyond to make you feel welcome and help you out with their local knowledge and expertise!
The surroundings are fresh and vibrant and well maintained, the foods great and the tipis are cosy and cute!
Definitely recommend for Solo travellers!
This was our second time staying at the Himalayan and as I had mentioned in my last review, there’s no other place we would rather stay at while in Manali. It reminds my wife of Hogwarts with its castle like feel and Vivek and the rest of the staff are extremely hospitable and truly make you feel at home. We had an amazing time again and would highly recommend the property to anyone visiting Manali.
The most complete hotel in the best and complete hill station of India.A beautifully done period gothic archiecture hotel with lovely cottages and rooms alike,it is easily one of the best places to stay in terms of luxury location and pricing.Near the hadimba temple next to the iconic IL Ferno (the italian restaurant),this place has the most amazing views of the mountains and the orchards.The rooms and cottages are done ver tastefully and are super comfortable.Vivek the General manager and Nishat are always there .The restaurant serves great food in a very victorian dining room or by the poolside served by Thakur and his team
The only slight niggle I felt was the missing balconies in the rooms in the main building but we were shifted to the cottages on a little bit of prodding and persistance.(we were there in April 19Ii guess is the shoulder season,hence it was possible.
Thanks Guys and keep up the good work
This property provides the best of hospitality I have seen in Manali. The rustic gothic architecture, the stunning European facades and the mountains behind the establishment, made my solo trip the best relaxation therapy.
It is situated at a walking distance from Old Manali and is very easy to find. I was traveling solo for a long weekend from Delhi and expected to see a plethora of people roaming around the property. But to my surprise, the entire property was quaint and peaceful in spite of being fully booked. The hotel definitely attracts people who love the peaceful views of Himalayas.
Lastly, The staff was courteous and very well-trained. I was really impressed with the food menu as well, it had a number of cuisines and was presented in a beautiful manner. I would definitely recommend spending some time here to experience the purest untouched luxury of Manali.
The Himalayan blew us away. Hats off to Nishat and his team for attention to detail, incredible service and something quite unexpected in such a location.
After a very long and winding drive to get there, Vivek made us feel welcome as we settled our baby down in a gorgeous pool front setting with amazing views.
Speaking to Nishat about building the Himalayan was an exercise in wonderment of how he could achieve something so reminiscent of times gone by in a modern setting.
Having lived in Germany before, the rosti for breakfast was perfect and quickly reordered the next day. Juices were so tasty and the rest of the food perfectly cooked.
The staff, in general, were so friendly we could have spent much more time at The Himalayan and 2 days was too short.
Hope to visit again in future and a well priced must stay for those visiting Manali.
We stayed for a few days in The Himalayan in March and it was absolutely outstanding. The room was incredible, with a huge balcony and the most incredible views. The staff were exceptionally helpful, in everything from suggesting food to arranging to day trips - the manager even drove us to our bus pick up point when it was time to leave. We were also lucky enough to run into the owner who gave us the most amazing tour of the grounds and entertained us for hours. When they learnt we had 8 hours between check out and our bus, they even offered to open another room for us! Truly they went above and beyond.
In terms of looks, location, enjoyment, relaxation and friendliness, I cannot rate the hotel highly enough - excellent value for money. I highly recommend the rosti for breakfast - one of the best I've had anywhere!
Reviewing as a Restaurant only: I ordered a spinach and cheese wrap for lunch. It was absolutely fantastic and nice to eat something a bit different in Arambol where most restaurants have such similar menus. The current manager, Ted, is an absolutely lovely guy as...More