Stayed at the hotel with 3-4 families. Location is great as situated on main Shimla highway just at entrance of Amravati Enclave. However the checkin was a bit slow but staff was Co operative, Rooms were spacious with lot of sunshine. We stayed in Room No. 230 which is at far end of a long zigzag corridors. Specially all 32 rooms are built on second floor of the building. The only negative point was loud music in the afternoon as well as late night. After complaining to the receptionist thrice at 11-11:30 PM it only stopped, the reason Banquet hall near the rooms, The restaurant of the hotel is interesting as it’s huge revolving restaurant. Buffet breakfast has limited options but service was quick and hot food was served inspite of chilling cold. Chhach, Idli and sambhar were delicious among other items,…
Tha location of this beautiful hotel is picturesqe Panchkula near chokhi Dhani. The staff service is excellent. The hotel inside is very much Greenery. The restaurant food is very delicious and good choice of selective vegetables. The hotel is very kind to provide tasty packets of breakfast as we have to leave the hotel so early morning. The photography attached is of nekchand rock Gardens of chandigarh and hotel, the Ana Clarks inn Panchkula is very nearer and happily we have stayed comfortably and ofcourse very cozy too
This hotel is a boon at Panchkula, little away form the Union territory of Chandigarh. Newly built as a part of big Mall in the well designed area Amravati Enclave . One gets luxury in all respects. Ample Mineral water bottles in the room, courteous and fast room service , King size double bed with enough linen .Bat area is lavish with mod tioleteries. Rooms are spacious and well furnished, Princely breakfast and sumptuous tasty dinner in a moving luxurious restaurant on A la cart basis. You can have an eye filling view of small town from the wind glass of the restaurant with soft live music played .
We stayed at the hotel on our Chandigarh - Amritsar- Manali Trip. Hotel has a pretty good service with large rooms. Breakfast spread was good as well. It may get a little cold but they provide a heater which may or may not be sufficient.
Visualize this. It's nine degrees Celsius, you step in for a shower and just when you are ready to rinse the soap, you realise there is no water in the shower. To top it you are left standing there for 35 minutes shivering away and despite repeated phone calls it takes housekeeping that long a time to provide a bucket of hot water. I demanded they shift me to another room, which they did. But I thought it best that I warn you before you decide to make your reservations here.