An igloo hotel, right here in India!

MANALI: If you ever dreamed of staying in an igloo just like an eskimo, you don’t have to go all the way to another part of the world. It is now possible to have this experience in India itself as two folks in Manali have built an igloo hotel for us.

A look at the Igloo Stay in Manali PIC: Igloo hotel

The igloo stay is a seasonal stay that is built only in the winter months and February is the last month you can experience it, reports

The stay will be one-of-a-kind as you will be inside a room made of snow. There are currently only two rooms available on twin-sharing basis so groups aren’t really encouraged but the owners plan to come up with a total of five rooms to accommodate more people.

Called Manali Igloo Stay, the hotel offers stay packages that are inclusive of meals including barbeque and bonfire. They also provide hot water, sleeping bags, snow boots, ski jackets and more.

You however need to carry adequate woolen clothing to brave the temperature that is anything between minus 2 to 7 degree Celsius. The hotel also arranges for ski and snow-boarding lessons to keep you busy during your stay.

As of now, only a few people have visited the place but as the popularity grows, you are likely to find several people queuing up to stay here. Since this is the last month of winter, we suggest you book soon and head to the hotel at the earliest.

Manali Igloo Stay offers two stay packages.One is for Rs 5,600 that is a single night stay in the igloo with activities like tube sliding, snow sledding, skiing lessons and make your own igloo and all three meals.

If you do not want activities, the cost is Rs 4,600 for a night. The other package is for Rs 18,000 and includes two nights in the igloo stay and one night in another resort. This package is perfect for those who want to learn skiing.

You can learn more about the igloo stay and make your booking on their website For more information, contact them on +919459996999.


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