About the hotel
Hotel Aananda offers a blissful and spiritual vacation in the pious town of Haridwar. Because of its closeness to the holy River Ganga and the exquisite view of the Shivalik Range of the Himalayas, the hotel is an ideal destination for pilgrims and vacationers. The interiors are a perfect example of tradition blending with modernity.
Hotel Aananda is located at Shiv Nagar, near Durga Fakiri Dham Bhopatwala. Bharat Mata Mandir (Approx. 5km) and Jama Masjid (Approx. 7km) are some of the nearby places to visit while staying at the hotel. Bharat Mata Mandir is dedicated to Bharat Mata by her devoted patriotic nationals. Different legends, mythologies and deities are represented on each floor in this shrine. Other places worth visiting in Haridwar are Har Ki Pauri, Vaishno Devi Temple and Sapt Rishi Ashram.
Distances from Jolly Grant Airport: Approx. 44kms
Distances from Haridwar Junction railway station: Approx. 8kms
Hotel Aananda ensures an experience to be cherished and shared by the family for many years. Surrounded by ashrams and temples along with breathtaking view of the Himalaya ranges, the hotel arranges for escorted services to Har-ki Pauri during evening aarti as well as visits to ashrams and temples. On request, it makes special arrangements for ayurvedic treatments, cultural activities and cooking classes. For the adventurous, birdwatching, treks, nature walks, white water rafting and safari at Rajaji National Park are arranged. Some of the basic amenities offered include room service, internet access, air conditioning, travel desk, catering, wheel chair access and doctor-on-call. The hotel has a business centre with business services and meeting facilities. An in-house multi cuisine restaurant takes care of the vegetarian guests by serving some delicious hot meals on a daily basis.
The deluxe rooms on offer are well appointed and air conditioned with colour television, safe, iron, internet access and telephone. These rooms are spacious and airy with comfortable large beds to relax after a long and tiring day of worshipping and sightseeing.