Hilltone Resorts & Spa

Address: Kullu Manali Road (NH-21), Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175129, India | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Kullu Manali Road (NH-21), Manali, is near River Beas, Hot Springs at Manikaran, Prashar Lake, and Cantt Retreat.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Minbar in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hilltone Resorts & Spa Manali

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Manali

          "Indelible journey to a dreamy land"

          A travel blog entry by asmibhardwaj on Dec 12, 2014

          18 photos

          ... forest. I tried to go a little deeper but couldn't see even a single person other than me and a deep silence, snow falling from the trees making it more dangerous,so I thought it's not safe because already four five wild dogs has started following me, I literally have to run and thankfully I've reached my room safely. I must tell you there are not too many hotels or guest house available at Khajjiar. It's a very small hill station sits on ...

          Himalayan Himachel

          A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Apr 28, 2014

          5 comments, 9 photos

          ... but, not wanting to spark a rescue mission by not returning, we headed back down to watch a gorgeous sunset from our ridge and catch a few hours kip between the stray dogs barking. The next morning, now with or new friend and guide Sanjay, we retraced our steps to the snow line cafe, had a quick slide down a particularly steep bit of snow and then headed out towards the glacier and cave, Lhass cave. It was only 3km to the cave but it was the hardest trek ...

          The End Is Near! (Or is it just the beginning?)

          A travel blog entry by kiwikidbys on Feb 17, 2014

          20 photos

          ... and yourselves with us. Forever now you are with us and we will always be your Inji Amala, Pala, Jessica Lhamo and Tenzin Meghan. We love you all. X
          The Mollard Family, who would have thought an e.mail a year ago to almost strangers would lead to us now having amazing new friends! Without your open hearts and open home our Delhi experience would have been next to nothing! You truly live your lives 'leading by example' The whole world could do with more Mollards! Dunniwat!!


          Home of the Homeless Dalai Lama

          A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 12, 2012

          26 photos

          ... to the suburb of McLeod Ganj at 2,082m (6,831ft). Amritsar is at 208 m so it was a pleasant change. We arrived in McLeod Ganj just after dark. We are getting accustom to these rickety public buses but I would say a 7 hour journey like this is about our limit.

          We were met at the bus station by touts and we could have gotten a fine room off of the road for 300 Rs. But the hills are very steep and we wanted something near the ...

          To the hills

          A travel blog entry by 2bikesnpenguin on Sep 24, 2012

          3 comments, 39 photos

          ... fortune we hiked up to the Hanuman shrine in Shimla. This gave us our first view of the snow capped Greater Himalaya ranges and some close up experiences with the local monkey population. An Indian tourist befriended us in the temple and told us the legends behind Hanuman which he refreshingly and freely admitted were all fiction to help people live better lives, something I think other religions could learn from. With our new found guides encouragement I knelt in front of the ...