Chandigarh the capital city of Haryana and Punjab states has become a hub of the international convention industry with its long historic and cultural heritage, excellent infrastructure and central location in North India. The Mountview, a five-star hotel where one gets engulfed in the luxurious warmth of hospitality and care. Renowned the world over, this hotel nestles in the backdrop of Shivalik Hills, ideally located in Chandigarh’s upscale exclusive environs, blended with tranquility of the adjoining leisure valley.
For more information about Hotel Mountview: https://citcochandigarh.com/portfolio/hotel-mountview/
How to get to the Mountview Hotel
From Delhi Int’l Airport
1) By Airport Volvo/Mercedes Benz Bus
Not in particular, but there are plenty of shuttle bus services (takes about 10 mins a cycle) which can drop you to locations from where you can check in to different kind of buses. From IGI T-3 there’s a free shuttle service which will take you to PTC point (near Centaur Hotel), here Haryana’s Volvo services are present and one can take a direct bus to Chandigarh. From T-2 it’s about 1 minute or so walk to the T-3 terminal from where you can use the shuttle service.
If you’re arriving at the T-1 terminal, then take a shuttle bus (with a minimal bus fee) to the T-3 and then go for the same route mentioned above.
However, from the airport itself, you can opt for Redbus / Goibibo / Makemytrip or you can rent a cab which will take you directly to Chandigarh.
It should take a shuttle bus directly to PTC light point (near Centaur Hotel) and opt for a prebooked Volvo (costing around 700 odd bucks).
There are several state governments and private bus services from Delhi airport to Chandigarh.
The ‘Volvo’ bus service is a government service that is very comfortable. It’s run by various state governments (Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and, Punjab). Each seat costs about INR 700. The buses are air-conditioned, clean and comfy. Some even have entertainment systems.
A complimentary bottle of water is served within the bus and there are a couple of stops on the way for the passengers to enjoy food and snacks.
2) By Cab/Taxi
You can also hire a cab. The ‘one-way cab’ service to Chandigarh. There are several private operators that run this service. You can Google and find the contact details. A hatchback or a sedan would cost you about INR 3,000. The cost of SUVs/MUVs (with more passenger and luggage space is a little more.