A heavenly experience in one of the most beautiful, secluded spots in manali, away from the hustle bustle of the city. Each n every corner of the place is so picturesque especially the common room they have- giving the cool, laid back vibe, where in you can read a book, or just feel closer to the universe- admiring the exceptionaly gorgeous snow covered mountains staring right at you.
The panoramic dome that we stayed in was really well done up, and is quite an experience to stay especially when you are a couple, except it was extremely cold at night, and the big saw dust heater wasn't working due to the voltage issues that I believe they are working on. Akshat, our warm host, was kind enough to give us extra blankets but would have been really nice if we were given an extra small heater in the minus temperature during the night.
Unfortunately, similar Issues we had with the water heaters in the bathrooms, but I am hoping it must all be fixed by now.
Special mention to the head chef Shah Jan who cooks the most delicious meals, and gave us exposure to some new Tibetan dishes that we had never ever heard of before.
On the whole, staying in this place was one of our most beautiful experiences. Quite commendable of the hosts who have managed to put this place up, with all their heart into it.More
- Free parking