Luxury in the Heart of Manali

The Hotel Baragarh Regency is a harmonious blend of nature and modernity to offer unique luxury in a lush green, natural setting in the exhilarating Manali Valley.

The Hotel Baragarh Regency is located at 15 Miles National Highway 21, Manali. The entire hotel is designed to bring you really close to nature. The hotel is only 15 minutes drive from Main Market Manali and is situated on the National Highway 21. The distance between our hotel and the Volvo bus stop is 7 kilometers. You can laze around in the sunshine or relax in the shade. You can find freedom in the beauty of nature and find peace within. Nestled in the lush green meadows and alpine forests of Baragarh, this place is your perfect escape from the hustle bustle of the city. With memorable views of snow-capped peaks, clear blue skies and lush greenery, this is one of the most scenic and serene places in Manali.

Mountain streams, valley views, picturesque sunrise and sunsets - all go into making this place a peaceful abode for those in search of a place to find their inner peace. The hotel has been designed keeping in mind the need to rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. The hotel distinguishes itself to be different from the contemporary designed bedroom with the superior facilities, services and the luxurious conference rooms.
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The in-house restaurant at the hotel offers delicacies prepared by experienced chefs and will have you coming back for more scrumptious delights. Visit the 'Restaurant' page for more details. 

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We have 22 spacious rooms with all standard amenities. You can select a room that fits your needs from our various room tariffs for your stay. Visit the 'Rooms' page for more details on room amenities. 

Our Travel Desk

After having collective experience in our own travel Company ” Behl Holidays” we have opened a travel desk for the convenience of our esteemed guests in Hotel Barahgarh Rehgency. Be it cab service, adventure activities, flight or rail booking, our dedicated staff at travel desk would serve you 24X7 with just a one phone call, inter-com facility or personal interaction.

Our Garden

We understand that tourists visiting any hill station would love to spend more and more time in talking with the mountains, Hotel Baragarh Regency has a Lush-Green garden for its guests where they can enjoy the beauty of nature at its best. Also, children can have fun here right under the eyes of friendly staff.
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Nearby Attractions

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HADIMBA DEVI TEMPLE, MANALI

Hadimba Devi Temple in Kullu Manali in one of the main tourist place in manalifo the visitor its around 2kms from the mail market manali. There are plenty of hotel in manali, which are on the way to National Hightway and Near to Mall Road to Handima Temple. It is an old wooden temple of our store, located in the middle of dance forest known as van vihar. The Temple is dedicated to Goddess hadimba and created in 1553.

Hadimba has been idealized and worshipped in this particular area in Mahabhart. Few of the mountainous tract of the Himalayas were ruled by Hadimba Rakshash, Hadimba was his sister.

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ROHTANG PASS, MANALI

At an elevation of 13,054 ft, Rohtang Pass serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh . About 58 km from Hotel Baragarh Regency, it connects Kully valley with Lahaul and Spiti. which in turn provide access to Leh Ladakh. Besides Lahaul and Spiti, Rohtang Pass also serves as the gateway to Pangi and the valley of Leh. Like the Zojila Pass, Rohtang also serves as the gateway to Ladakh. The name Rohtang means ‘ground of corpses’ due to the number of people who lost their lives trying to cross it. The Rohtang Pass is on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. The Rohtang Pass is a natural divide between the humid Kullu Valley, which has predominantly Hindu culture and the arid, high altitude Lahaul and Spiti Valleys which mainly has Buddhists.