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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hatu Narkanda
The Hatu is an HPTDC hotel. It is mid range, the hotel with the highest elevation at Narkanda, quiet and comfortable.
Service is good and meals are delicious.
We have stayed here before and would stay here again.
Details on HPTDC's website.
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... was located at the level where the incoming monsoon clouds hit the Himalayas, everything was quite damp. On the plus side, one of our co-travelers, Graham, felt that this would be the most challenging hotel of the entire journey. He came to this conclusion after reading the hotel website whose entire list of amenities consisted of 'hot and cold water.’
We went for a walk to see the village’s Hindu/Buudhist Bhimakali Temple and got to witness ...
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The drive from Barot to Mandi took us approximately 3hr and we checked into Raj Mahal Hotel in Mandi, a heritage hotel , erstwhile palace of Maharaja of Mandi. The hotel is a highly recommended mid range hotel with tariff ranging from Rs 1000-4000/-, with good service, food and ambiance.
Next morning was the Big day of the holidays, and a surprise reserved for Shru. Having topped up the tank, we headed North of Mandi on NH – ...
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Some said this day would see the end of the world but it didn't happen. Though I did get up to a chai stall at the top of the world, a much better way to experience such a day.
We were getting on so well with Bader and Kamaljit that we ended up going trekking together, first event being to get the bus up to the Jalori Pass.
Jalori Pass was a mere hamlet of chai stalls, but so pretty with its spectacular views, the Simla range on the one ...