WHY CHOSE US?
The Hosteller aims to create sterling memories for travellers looking for a bit more than just a boring stay in Manali. A gateway to Spiti and Lahaul, Manali is an ideal place for adventure seekers, peace lovers, young backpackers and travellers desiring to get away from the busy city lives. Looking for hostels in Manali is pretty easy if you know how to go about it. But you can always make the smarter choice and stay with us. Once inside the hostel, drop those rucksacks, sink into a sofa and lets us take care of the rest. We support a multi-cuisine cafe & kitchen, open porches & balconies to hang out, a well-stocked library area and an upbeat travel desk. Your stay in Manali would certainly be amazing because the hostel features 20 dormitories and 5 super comfortable private rooms, providing mesmerizing views of the snow capped mountains.
Our hostels in India are themed on inspirations drawn from the city's history. We work with the locals to provide you the most authentic experience; as well as maintain the modern safety standards. Choose to stay with us and not only will you experience the most picturesque views, but also have the availability of choosing from a long list of outdoor camping, trekking, and day-hiking activities to keep those travelling feet busy. Out of all other hostels in Manali, we are the only ones who can pride ourselves on providing all our patrons with a wholesome cultural experience. Stay in Manali with the Hosteller and see why this little resort town is a fan favorite.
Manali is a place where the river meets with several small waterfalls. It is located amidst the trees and jam-packed with life-changing experiences. The quaint charm of this city is a magnet for all the adventure seekers. From snowy delights of the Rohtang Pass to the soothing warmth of the surrounding thermal spring, Manali has it all! Amidst the snow-clad mountains and charming cafes, you can lose and find yourself all over again. A wide range of slopes and camping spots attracts a large number of skiers, mountaineers, and langlaufers.