Best time to visitN/A
Things to doHoliday resort
BudgetRooms range from Rs 1000- 1500
Just on the vbanks of the beautiful Parvati River in the Kasol Region of the Kullu Valley, this is a holiday resort in the most dreamy location. The foggy surroundings, awesome climate and the spectacular views make the perfect package for any tourist. The rooms are very basic but are very clean and comfortable on the other hand. The staff are very cooperative and friendly and all other basic services are appreciateable here. This is also one of the very few holiday resorts in this particular region.
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Reviews of Alpine Guest House • 4
Day 4We stayed in Alpine Guest House, which is located in the Kasol market, but we didn't like it so much due to basic cleanliness issues. The bed sheets and the towels were extremely dirty, and the hospitality was also not up to the mark.We had reserved this day for roaming around Kasol and visiting the market. The market offers a lot of unique stuff like, hippie clothing, silver jewellery, handmade woollen clothing and dream catchers. It is a perfect place for picking up knick-knacks for friends and family.
excellent location , just beside river parvati .
Just next to the stream, off the main road. Avoid if you hate people from Delhi, since these (we) are the ones staying there on weekends. Rs 800 * 2 Nights.
10th October: 2:15 PM- Reached Kasol We reached Kasol, after a two hour journey from Bhuntar. Divided to Old and New Kasol by a Bridge, Kasol felt a tad bit too quiet in after the hullaballoo of the bus. But the silence was soon taken over by trance music emanating from the many cafes that lined the lanes of Kasol. After looking around the town and walking up and down a stream of Parvati we decided to check into the Alpine Resort, which was right beside the River, and a little away from the Main road. After refreshing and keeping our bags, we decided that the seventeen hour journey did call for a power nap. In the evening we woke up to a cool breeze blowing by the river, and multiple rounds of chai as the conversations with people staying at the resort started spooling and switched to and fro between the enormity of the hills and our own little lives.