Renowned as the queen of valleys, this beautiful hill station in the lower Himalayas is close knit with the legendary law giver of ancient India, Manu. It is believed that, Manali is the place where the ark of Manu found its resting after a great flood. Manali, which literally means the abode of Manu, has got remarkable significance in the ethnic culture and tradition of India.
With skyscraping mountains bounded by blizzards and deep rock spread ravines Manali presents a distinguished holiday spot for all. The chunky afforests with cool gentle winds, vast expansion of meadows, small quaint settlements and lovely orchards, give a majestic look to the serene ambiance of Manali.
Besides the splendor of its natural vista, a lot of other interesting activities are in store in Manali. A trendy holiday spot, Manali offers outstanding opportunities in mountaineering, and skiing. The unexplored hilly route to the adjacent valleys is an awe inspiring experience.
Situated at 6,930 feet in the magnificent Himalayas, Manali Heights is a fairy tale luxury resort set along 500 years old Dhungiri forest, midst ancient Deodars, with pine forests and apple orchards. The hotel is close to Manu Temple, Hadimba Temple, and Vashisht Springs. Nearby attractions also include Tibetan Monastery. At this idyllic retreat, guests can look forward to practicing the art of doing nothing or keeping themselves busy with a variety of experiences from nature to adventure, from culture to cuisine and from rejuvenation to religion.
You will be spoiled for choice in terms of options at this 4-star Manali hotel. The hotel has 3 restaurants, full-service spa and a coffee shop/cafe and a conference center available for hire.