Considered as a shoppers paradise, Mohali, now called SAS Nagar (Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar) after the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh, is a planned city that forms the Chandigarh Tricity along with Panchkula and Chandigarh. Home to the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali is the homeground of the Kings XI Punjab Team of the Indian Premier League. Equally famous here are its roadside dhabas that dish out the succulent tandoori items, flavoured gravies and fresh naans. In terms of getting to Mohali, the Chandigarh Airport is around 14 km away while the Chandigarh Railway Station is about 18 km away. The nearest Bus Stand is 5 km away in Sector 43. For hotel booking in Mohali, if your pocket permits you, there are a number of 4-star rated properties that promise a luxurious stay. This said, there are quite a number of 2-star and 3-star rated hotels in Mohali are economical and yet provide quality and comfort. If you are looking for a budget hotel in Mohali, you are sure to find a few that provide rather basic rooms. When exploring Mohali, start with the famous Rose Garden. Also known as the Dr Zakir Rose Garden, this garden was established in 1967 and is the largest of its kind in Asia. Apart from the 1600 varieties of roses you get to see here, there are many other plants and trees in this garden. The Mohali Cricket Stadium is around 5 km away and is renowned for its amenities which include a tennis court, a swimming pool, a library, a health club and a bar. Another place that should make it to your list of must visit places is Gurudwara Amb Sahib which is around 3 km away. Popular restaurants in Mohali include Haveli Restaurant, Katani, Awadh - The Royal Kitchen and Punjab Haveli.
“I have stayed at Western Court many times and the Hotel never fails to charm with its feel and comfort. The rooms are spacious for its class and very value for money. The breakfast spread and options are good though a live kitchen is what one must opt for
They were one of the first to have American“ Standard Bathroom fittings and even today they give me a feel of good old days. Mid forties people will know what I am talking about. It has its basic ingredients for its price and makes me want to go back again next time I am in Chandigarh
“Was my first time staying at a treebo hotel. The staff were helpful and courteous and the room and bathroom were clean with fresh sheets and towels.
The food at the restaurant was delicious and we specially liked the breakfast which included a range of different things like paranthas, dosa, chole b“ hature and fresh fruits.
Will definitely come back to stay!
“Bell doesn't work, Fittings in Room don't work.. Bathroom has broken fixtures.. Staff seems disinterested in their job and seems to do us a favour if we ask them to do something.. Went to take a bath and no water, was informed it will take 30 minutes.. Tea/coffee maker in room was smelling so bad th“ at it seemed that some small rodent had died in it.. At breakfast had to shout at staff to be served..Only plus was the Location and the room size which was VERY BIG and well furnished.. Rest all was utterly forgettable.. (stayed in Deluxe Double room)
It was amazing stay at treebo western court chandigarh. Very clean rooms. Excellent staff behaviour, excellent food.
“Excellent food quality and service.staff behaviour is very nice. They were very polite and professional.hotel location is in heart of city.Rooms are spacious and clean. I really thanks treebo for making my stay amazing.“
-TabishRais, 30 Jun 2018
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