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Hotel Mandav
Mandi,  Code No- AT-HP47

Hotel Mandav

The historic town of Mandi (800m) is situated along the banks of the river Beas. It has long been an important commercial centre, and the sage Mandvya is said to have medicated here. This one time capital of the princely state of Mandi is a fast developing own that still retains much of its original charm and character. Today, it is a district headquarters.

HOTEL MANDAV MANDI Named after the sage of yore and built in a patch of woodland, Himachal Tourismís. Hotel Mandav is located close to the bus stand. The water of the Beas flow below, and the hotelí windows overlooks Mandi town, its old temples and the wide concourse, the Paddal Maedeh. Tarna Hill which rises above the town, faces the hotel. The nearest airport is at Bhunter 59 km away. The broad-gauge railhead is at Pathankot, a distance of 210 km. From Pathankot the narro gauge railway connects Jogindernagar which is 56 km from Mandi. From Chandigarh one can drive directly to Mandi via Ropar and Bilaspur, the distance is 203 km The drive takes around 5 hours. Luxury buses from Delhi and Shimla, and bound for Kullu-Manali go via Mandi

Accommodation

The deluxe rooms/suites are air-conditioned .Airy, specious, well furnished and have attached baths with running hot and cold water. 

Restaurant- serves India, Chinese, Continental and Himachali Cuisine-including special dishes of Mandi region, Bar.

Facilities
CTV with Multi Channels, Rooms service, laundry and dry cleaning, Parking within premises, Safe deposit, Doctor on Call.
Place to See

BHOOTNATH TEMPLE:- Practically synonymous with Mandi and located in its very heart, this is as old as the town itself and dates back to the 1520s. In March, the festival of shivratri is a major event and the Bhootnath temple is its focus. For an entire week the town celebrates the arrival of hundreds of local deities on elaborately decorated palanquins.

SYAMAKALI TEMPLE:- Also called the temple of Tarna Devi, this is high on Tarna Hill which rises above the town. In the 17th century this was built by Raja Syama Sen after particularly trying time when the goddess gave him success.


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