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Clarks Inn –Panchkula is committed to provide a world-class hotel experience, accessible to the value – conscious travellers all around the world. With a vision of redefining what Inns have come to mean in India, we are single – mindedly focused on providing luxurious services with tremendous quality.

The hotel is located equidistant from the tricity and Pinjiore. Pinjore Garden (Yadavindra Garden) in the memory of Maharaja Yadavindra Singh is located at a distant of only 3 km. The hotel facilitates you with the Aasma Revolving Restaurant at a height of 150 ft. The view from the restaurant make you meal more enjoyable and a special reason to celebrate We take special care of every aspect of guest services and experience and a feedback is very important to us. The hotel offers a range of amenities and unparallel hospitality.


Each of the 18 Superior Rooms, 10Executive Rooms and 04 Suite Rooms features an array of modern conveniences, such as a flat-screen colour TV with multi-channel cable, tea and coffee maker in room , blackout curtains, high-speed Wi-Fi net access and well-appointed bathrooms with a complete range of toiletries.


Aasma Revolving Restaurant, multi-cuisine restaurant, is located on 11th floor at a height of 150 ft. The 128 covers restaurant offers authentic Indian cuisine along with contemporary international cuisine.


Distance from Airport : 26 km’s from Chandigarh International Airport.

Distance from Railway Station : 12 km from Chandigarh Railway Station.

Distance from Panchkula Bus Stand : 10 km.


Each of the 18 Superior Rooms, 10 Executive Rooms and 04 Suit Rooms features an array of modern conveniences, such as a flat-screen colour TV with multi-channel cable, tea and coffee maker, blackout curtains, high-speed Wi-Fi net access and well-appointed bathrooms with a complete range of toiletries.

Guest Rooms

Superior Rooms

Executive Rooms.

Suite Rooms

Services & Facilities (in each room)

→ Tea-coffee maker
→ Complimentary Mineral Water
→ Air-Conditioning
→ 24 hrs Room Service
→ 24 hrs Hot & Cold Water
→ Cable Television
→ Direct Dialling Facility (Conference)
→ All major credit card are accepted

Services & Facilities

→ Tea-coffee Maker
→ 24 hrs Room service
→ 24 hrs Hot & Cold water
→ Cable Television
→ Direct Dialing Facility(conference)
→ All major credit card are accepted
→ Travel desk and secretarial services
→ Laundry Services
→ Car parking.
→ Doctor on call

Food & Beverage

Dining Facilities

Your dream to have a meal in the revolving restaurant is no more out of your reach now! Yes, Aasma Revolving Restaurant having the most soothing ambience is just situated in your locality. At just half hour distance from Chandigarh, the City Beautiful people can relish the delicacies at this one of its kind restaurant. Kalka and Manimajra residents can savor their appetite in just a 20 minutes drive. Panchkula and Pinjore garden localities.

Restaurant Aasma will give you an experience of lifetime. With Aasma revolving restaurant at Amravati Enclave, you will have an exclusive experience that too in the mid Air. This Biggest and Tallest revolving restaurant of Tricity has a large sitting capacity of 128 people at one time! That is a huge one, so you can take as many people with you without worrying about the seating space! Just like its name, you can sit indoors in Aasma and enjoy a view of sky, mountains and the city all at once!

Having a chef special flavoursome treat of yummy “Multi Cuisine” at a height of 150ft is only possible at Aasma revolving restaurant. Soaring the heights, Aasma, which is a built in an area from where you can view the Kaushalya dam and Shivalik view hills, our chef’s also make the experience excellent for you with their delectable dining meals. Imagine the revolving deck with a 360-degree breath-taking view with pungent gravy dipped vegetable chef’s special dish is a meal you cannot afford to miss. .

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City Info

Rock Garden – 17 km

The world-acclaimed Rock Garden, dotted with sculptures created from scrap materials and unusual rock formations, is Chandigarh’s pride. Created from discarded concrete and tiles, this unique garden spreading over 64 acres showcases urban art and offers a quiet spot to relax. Created in the 1970’s by artist Nek Chand it is indeed a fascinating amalgam of nature’s marvels and man’s creativity.

Sukhna Lake – 13 km

The 3 sq kms manmade Sukhna Lake is an idyllic retreat for a communion with nature. The well-paved promenade, meandering along the banks of the lake, is ideal for a jog or walk along the soft and shimmering waters while the lush lawns are perfect to enjoy the soothing setting. The old Chandi Devi temple, that lends its name to the city, stands near the lake. Renowned musicians often play classical Indian music by the lakeside. Boating facilities are also available

Cactus Garden – 9 km

Renamed as National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden and Research Centre is located in the heart of the city Panchkula, The objective behind developing this garden was preservation and conservation of endangered species of cacti and succulents and as well as to attract tourists. Stretched over an area of seven acres of land, it is considered as Asia’s largest outdoor landscaped cacti and Succulents Garden with over 2500 species of Cacti & succulents. The garden has a comprehensive collection of Indian succulents, the largest in the world, some of them extremely rare and have already been declared as endangered species, which includes complete collection of Genus Caralluma of Indian origin. The garden is home to three green houses. The cacti and succulents are also known to have medicinal values since Indian succulents are being used in Ayurveda and Unani medicines for centuries. It is a great source of attraction for not only tourists but also for botanists. The park remains open daily in the months of April to September between 9 AM to 1 PM and from 3 PM to 7 PM while during October and March, Cactus Garden between 9 AM to 1 PM and from 2 PM to 6 PM.

Morni Hills – 23 km

Known for its Himalayan views, flora, and lakes, The name of Morni is believed to derive from a queen who once ruled the area. The Morni Hills are offshoots of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas, which run in two parallel ranges. Among the spurs of the hills lie two lakes, A hill divides the two lakes, but there is theorised to be a hidden channel linking them, as the water level of two lakes remains roughly the same. Morni locals look upon the lakes as sacred.

Elante Mall -15 km

Its retail space of over 1 millon. sq. ft. across G+3 levels is the largest mall in Chandigarh. The retail space hosts premium national and international brands along with a mix of hypermarket, departmental stores, Sports Bar, Bowling Alley . Elante has well planned entertainment zone with multiplex and food court to cater to its customers.

Nada Sahib Gurdwara – 11 km

The Gurudwara Nada Sahib is situated in Panchkula on the bank of Ghaggar river in Sivalik foothills. It is a famous religious place of the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh halted here while travelling from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur Sahib after the Battle of Bhangani in 1688.

Pinjore Garden – 3 km

Now known as Yadavindra Garden’ in the memory of Maharaja Yadavindra Singh former of the princely state of Patiala. It is an example of the Mughal Gardens style, and was built by Patiala Dynasty Rulers. It was created in the 17th century by architect Nawab Fidai Khan during the early reign of his foster brother Aurangzeb (r. 1658-1707). After it was initially built by Fidai Khan, the garden was refurbished by Yadevendra Singh and restored to its former spledour, since it had grown into a wild jungle after initially built due to long years of neglect.

Bhim Devi Temple – 6 km

The ruins of Bhima Devi Temple are an indication to the ancient history of the area. Lying a short walk from the Mughal Gardens, the Bhima Devi Temple ruins display figures of four-armed Shiva, colossal head of Bhairava and forms of Ganesha and Shakti. The ruins of the temple indicate that the temple belonged to the old Panchayatan group and antedate to the 9th to 11th century A.D.

Mata Mansa Devi Temple – 11 km

Mata Mansa Devi is a Hindu temple dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi, a form of Shakti. The temple complex is spread of 100 acres (0.40 km2) of the Shivalik foothills in village Bilaspur, It is one of the prominent Shakti temples of North India.Navratra festival is celebrated in the mandir for nine days. Twice in a year millions of devotees visit the temple. Shardiya Navratra mela are organized at the shrine complex during Chaitra and Ashvin months. Every year two Navratra melas are organised in the month of Ashvin (Shardiya, Sharad or Winter Navratra) and other in the month of Chaitra, Spring Navratra by the Shrine Board.

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Clarks Inn NH 22 Mall Amravati Enclave Kalka Shimla Highway Panchkula Haryana - 134107
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