Rare birds and butterflies in lush green tropical gardens and a meandering river, all this and much more awaits you at the Glasshouse on the Ganges in Rishikesh. The perfect retreat for fatigued souls, this heritage hotel provides an experience one can never forget.
Set in an orchard of litchis and mangoes, the glasshouse was once the residence of the Maharaja of Tehri Garhwal.
The accommodation at the Glasshouse on the Ganges has 2 Deluxe Suites, 14 Grand Rooms, 3 Rooms and 2 Tents, which are placed into 5 cottages and River side tents. While some rooms are for singles, others are for couples. The property even has room that can accommodate three people. Named after the holy rivers of India, the rooms and suites are located on the first floor and the ground floor. Enjoy a comfortable stay, amid modern comforts. Following is the segregation:
At the dining area of the Glasshouse on the Ganges, the guests can savor delicacies of North-Indian, South Indian, Chinese, Italian, and Continental fares. The chef also prepares lip-smacking dishes of authentic Tehri Garhwal cuisine. The vegetarian and non-vegetarian ingredients are absolutely fresh and not frozen. If you have any special preference of liking, you can request the chef for the same.
A plethora of recreation options are available to guests at the Glasshouse on the Ganges Indulge:
Distance From Airport46 Km
Distance From Station23 Km
Rishikesh is a Hindu holy city and is located on the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India. Located close to another holy city, Haridwar, Rishikesh attracts thousands of pilgrims every year.