Just like the city, Sterling Mantra Haridwar stands out as the ideal retreat whether you are here for spirituality or on business. The brand-new hotel is within 15 minutes’ drive – both from the Har-ki-pauri and other sightseeing spots, and from SIDCUL.
Located just off the Chandigarh-Haridwar and Delhi-Haridwar highways, the hotel is easily accessible, whether it is for a quick drive-to break or as a stopover on the Char Dham yatra. The hotel has 40 fully equipped and spacious rooms, purpose-built with modern facilities.
The multi-cuisine restaurant provides a wide selection of cuisines – from sattvic food on request to a variety of popular and local vegetarian delicacies and mouth-watering Mughlai and Awadhi specials, so you can relax and indulge after a day of sight-seeing.
The hotel has hi-speed Wi-Fi, a banquet hall and outdoor lawns with ample parking space and efficient service, making it the perfect venue to host conferences and weddings, or for the corporate executive who would like to finish a day of efficient meetings and catch the sights in the evening.
Destination Type: Heritage
Destinations Nearby: Rishikesh - 37 kms (1 hr)
Languages: Hindi and English
Nearest Railway Station: Haridwar Railway Station
Nearest Airport: Dehradun Airport
Summer: Temperature ranges between 35°C to 45°C.
Winter: Temperature ranges between 10°C and 30°C.
Climate: mild and moderate summers, good monsoon, winters are cool and pleasant
Best time to visit: October to March
Har-ki-pauri is a significant landmark and well known ghat on the banks of the Ganga in Haridwar.
The Haridwar Chandi Devi Temple is a charming temple dedicated to the Chanda Devi Goddess, perched on the Shivalik Hills' Neel Parvat.
Rajaji National Park, best known for its elephant population. is also known for its scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity.
Haridwar is not only the holiest place on Earth, but it is also a foodie's paradise.
Set against the Himalayas and with the pristine Ganga flowing through it.
Lansdowne is an unspoiled expanse of lush greenery nestled in the Himalayas, a quiet town with old-world colonial charm.
Established in 1936, this is India's first national park.