Friday, 25 November 2016
Sarthak Navle - Antilog Vacations Manali Review AVB0097809
I visited Manali with my 3 friends last month. It was a college trip and we decided to start our trip from Manali. My historian friend was particularly inclined towards the “abode of the Seven Sages” for reasons more than its picturesque beauty. He wanted to see the ancient trade route which existed to Ladakh and adjoining areas and my other photographer friend wanted to capture the glimpses from the various mountain passes like the Khotan in the Tarim Basin and the Karakoram Pass to Yarkand.
We travelled on bikes from Delhi and took national highway NH 1 leading up to Chandigarh and thereafter took the national highway NH 21 from there. After passing through the districts of Sundernagar, Bilaspur and Mandi we finally reached the towns of Kullu and Manali. The trip was over 500 kms in distance and we were completely exhausted after we reached Manali. The road leading upto Manali was tricky and curvy we were lucky to have reached safely.
Having reached in the evening we were looking for a place to crash and consequently entered the first hotel we saw near the place called Kachi Ghati. River Crescent was the name of the resort booked through Antilog Vacations mobile app and once we went in we knew the place was up to our expectations. We were too tired to explore at the same time and decided to rest for the night.
The room had many amenities within the proper maintenance. Our room has scenic outer view with excellent staff services. Everything was in well managed form with the good amenities of wi-fi, gym facility, television, telephone, hot water and related ones. Thus overall I would recommend this hotel to others. Truly, Antilog Vacations has good links and excellent services up to the customer expectation.