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#166 Nov 4th, 2016, 11:00
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Originally Posted by the_blue_bharal View Post Highest Snow changes at an upscale hotel in a non-tribal area - Honeymoon Inn, Solang Valley, Manali
I'm sorry I meant Solang Valley Resort above, Honeymoon Inn is in Manali town.

And another awesome option is Tethys or the Hatu, Narkanda.
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As per the thread I have chalked out some hotel names....
1) Manali- sunshine guest house

2) Rakcham- Rupin river view
Panchali gh
Kailash view camps

3) sarahan- bhimakali temple gh
Sagarika

4) Kala- Rakpa regency
Hotel aucktong
Blue lotus
Golden apple
Vishal Gh

5) nako - kinner camps

6) tabo- hotel tow dhey

7) kaza- sakya abode

8)shimla- ywca

9) chandratal- nomad camp
Jamaica camps


Need contact nos for these places.... Other staying options at tabo nako sarahan with contact nos will be very much helpful..

Thanks in advance...
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Originally Posted by Legend View Post As per the thread I have chalked out some hotel names....
1) Manali- sunshine guest house

2) Rakcham- Rupin river view
Panchali gh
Kailash view camps

3) sarahan- bhimakali temple gh
Sagarika

4) Kala- Rakpa regency
Hotel aucktong
Blue lotus
Golden apple
Vishal Gh

5) nako - kinner camps

6) tabo- hotel tow dhey

7) kaza- sakya abode

8)shimla- ywca

9) chandratal- nomad camp
Jamaica camps


Need contact nos for these places.... Other staying options at tabo nako sarahan with contact nos will be very much helpful..

Thanks in advance...
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Apart from Kalatop forest rest house in Chamba I love taying at HPTDC hotel in Kalpa , Kinnaur.
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Any other option want to suggest.....
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The Grand Shamba-La , Kalpa
PWD rest house Sungri ,Rohru
Zostel , Old Manali
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Originally Posted by Legend View Post As per the thread I have chalked out some hotel names....
1) Manali- sunshine guest house
...

Sunshine guest house has always been my fave, but I heard they gave it a face lift & bumped up the prices, Hope they haven't ruined it.

Drikung Kagyu Gompa. Buddhist monastery in Rewalsar Lake, got to be top of the list for me.

Along with Bhandari family GH hidden in apple orchards up the hill, just outside Kasol.
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Originally Posted by kullukid View Post Sunshine guest house has always been my fave, but I heard they gave it a face lift & bumped up the prices, Hope they haven't ruined it.

Drikung Kagyu Gompa. Buddhist monastery in Rewalsar Lake, got to be top of the list for me.

Along with Bhandari family GH hidden in apple orchards up the hill, just outside Kasol.
Dear Kullukid,

You are right, Dharamchand Thakur Ji's daughter came for Europe and gave the whole place a complete makeover. I think it is called the "Sunshine Heritage Resort" or something.

Off course the prices have gone up multi fold but thankfully they have not added any more concrete structures. The white and green buildings stand as they always were.

We cannot blame them for increasing the tariff after spending money to do the makeover. They have to sustain and move with the times.

Gone are the days when we used to stay in the upper 2 rooms of the white cottage paying Rs 300 a night. Now it would be close to 4000 I guess.

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Originally Posted by Styler View Post I think it is called the "Sunshine Heritage Resort" or something.
OH DEAR!

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We cannot blame them for increasing the tariff after spending money to do the makeover. They have to sustain and move with the times.

Gone are the days when we used to stay in the upper 2 rooms of the white cottage paying Rs 300 a night. Now it would be close to 4000 I guess.
I paid 400 even in 2009. Up from 350.
I remember reading here some 4-5 years ago that the place had been renovated and rates were up to 800 (old building) and 1000 or 1200 (new building - thanks to flat-screen TV ).

http://www.thesunshineheritage.com/

And now? 3500 for a double, 4500 for a triple . 4500 for 1 cottage (seems they've converted one of the buildings at the back).

I think I can now delete their no. from my contact list.
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Originally Posted by Styler View Post Dear Kullukid,

You are right, Dharamchand Thakur Ji's daughter came for Europe and gave the whole place a complete makeover. I think it is called the "Sunshine Heritage Resort" or something.

Off course the prices have gone up multi fold but thankfully they have not added any more concrete structures. The white and green buildings stand as they always were.

We cannot blame them for increasing the tariff after spending money to do the makeover. They have to sustain and move with the times.

Gone are the days when we used to stay in the upper 2 rooms of the white cottage paying Rs 300 a night. Now it would be close to 4000 I guess.

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I paid 400 even in 2009. Up from 350.
I remember reading here some 4-5 years ago that the place had been renovated and rates were up to 800 (old building) and 1000 or 1200 (new building - thanks to flat-screen TV ).

http://www.thesunshineheritage.com/

And now? 3500 for a double, 4500 for a triple . 4500 for 1 cottage (seems they've converted one of the buildings at the back).

I think I can now delete their no. from my contact list.

Hey Styler, how's it going?

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I hope they've fixed the leaking roof for that?? Or was it water dripping at the side of the bed which gave it character??

Rooms I stayed in don't look that different from the photo's on their website.
Still love the place, but wouldn't dream of paying those rates, but good luck to them if they can take 10X the money, a place like that will cost a lot to maintain & keep in good condition, it was rotting away a bit when I last stayed. KK
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Originally Posted by kullukid View Post I hope they've fixed the leaking roof for that?? Or was it water dripping at the side of the bed which gave it character??
Was it the roof? One time I stayed in a ground floor room (new building) and the bathroom had a nice leak, from the one above . Took the upper room the next time.

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..... a place like that will cost a lot to maintain & keep in good condition, it was rotting away a bit when I last stayed. KK
Exactly - because the rates were so low, the place was low-maintenance if not no-maintenance . High maintenance, means the customer has to pay.
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Originally Posted by Dilliwala View Post Was it the roof? One time I stayed in a ground floor room (new building) and the bathroom had a nice leak, from the one above . Took the upper room the next time.
Yes, definitely the roof during a pour down in August. I always stayed in the top rooms of the white, newer building.
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