Situated in the holy city of Haridwar, a stay in Ganga Lahari, is one of the most serene experiences offered in the country. The interiors of this heritage hotel in Haridwar reflect the age-old traditions and rituals of Hindus at its best. The guests are elated with the seamless blending of modern comforts and traditional hospitality of the hotel. The views of Holy Ganges river from the hotel makes one's stay of an whole together different level.
The heritage property, Ganaga Lahari was built approximately over 100 years ago by the legendary Maharaja of Tehari Gharwal. He built it as his own residence in the city so that he could easily visit the temples. Now, existing as a heritage hotel of India, it offers tourists a chance to experience the serenity and holiness of golden days.
All the 16 rooms in the hotel are designed to ensure a comfy living. All the rooms are located strategically to provide gorgeous views of Holy Ganges River. The rooms are divided into:
The guests love enjoying the culinary treats offered to them in the large dining hall of the heritage hotel. The multi-cuisine food served here constitutes exquisite palettes of Continental and Indian dishes. Alcohol and non vegetarian dishes are strictly banned in the holy city of Haridwar and hence are not included in the hotel’s premises as well.
Distance From Airport35 Kms
Distance From Station1.5 Kms
One of the seven most holy cities of India, Haridwar is situated in Uttarakhand, India. The nature-lovers and religious pilgrims love coming here to get up-close and personal with the original serene experiences of Indian civilization and culture. The city is referred to as the “Gateway to Gods” among locals. Hindu pilgrims come here to visit the 'Panch Tirth' (Five Pilgrimages) in Haridwar that are Kankhal, Kushwart (Ghat in Kankhal), Gangadwara (Har ki Pauri), Neel Parvat (Chandi Devi Temple) and Bilwa Teerth (Mansa Devi Temple). Apart from these religious significant locations, there are numerous temples and ashrams in and around Haridwar.