Sattva is located in very peaceful surroundings about 17 kms from main Rishikesh. It is a riverside or rather a stream-side property and has a very pretty and clean swimming pool at the premises. The complex has lovely lawns and is visited by quite a few birds. The rooms are spacious with comfortable beds with good quality mattresses. The food is average but the service is very good. The hotel is visited by a lot of foreign students who pursue yoga courses. It is a good place to head out for quiet walks. The staff is very courteous and friendly. The resort is safe for women travelers and offers an excellent quiet getaway/staycation. It is better to carry one's own dongle even though the hotel offers wifi. The shower area is quite good and there is also a cafetiere in the room.
I was doing my 300 hours teaching training at Sattva Yoga Academy. The experience was amazing. Anand was supporting me during a really tough time in my live. The environment was very safe, afternoon swim at the Ganga, wisdom and journey clases with Anandji it was priceless, and the people doing the courses at the place..... what a beautiful family.
Stayed there for 2 nights ..its a lovely place to stay. It is almost 17 Kms away from Rishikesh and that makes it more attractive to visit. The pool was adequate .The Spa was not valuable which was not taught by the gathering at the hour of booking. All the rooms Overlook the little stream gushing in and the mountains standing tall against it. Undoubtedly, the singular thing which frustrated us was the food...its ordinary in taste and is overrated. Regardless, by and large, considering the region of the lodging its worth visiting once.
This Place is paradise. It is quiet and and peaceful resort for anybody needing otherworldly break. I stay here 15 days. It is on a waterway in a peaceful piece of Mohan Chatti. Stunning view in the lower regions of the lower Himalayas. The staff behaviours are very nice. Rooms are comfortable, spa is renewing, food is fresh and natural. Feel Totally relaxation. I heartly suggest anyone. Extraordinary for a coordinated resort.
A fantastic peaceful resort tuck away in the valley of the Shivalik Mountains. Surrounded by extravagant greenery and the supporting sound of the stream that streams by the property. The nurseries are ideal to walk around and stacked up with insignificant positive authentications painted on wooden hanging sheets. I would recommend for anyone looking to separate!!
Amazing Services. The client support is amazing and the staff were willing also help us with out requirements. A little bit pricey to stay though. Café also has a stunning view. Superb advisors amicable. I would prescribe for anybody hoping to loosen up!!
A beautiful peaceful resort tucked away in the valley of the Shivalik Mountains. Surrounded by lush greenery and the nurturing sound of the river that flows by the property. The staff is welcoming and friendly and try to fulfill your every need. The rooms are spacious, clean and have wonderful views on the mountains and the swimming pool. The gardens are nice to walk through and filled with little positive affirmations painted on wooden hanging boards. Every day there is a pooja and aarti to attend to if you so wish and they offer daily drop in Sattva yoga classes led by Sattva Master Teachers. In sum, a beautiful place to stay and replenish!
Sattva Retreat is a gem.It is tucked away in nature and provides a quiet space for healing and silence. The customer service is excellent and the staff were willing too help us with out needs. Daily yoga was exactly what I needed followed by massages in the spa. Wonderful therapists very friendly. I would recommend for anyone looking to unwind!!
I want to let you know of my experience with the accommodations at Sattva, Room 1105, after I saw that the leader of my past yoga retreat, Kia Miller, is offering her Immersion without taking into account the below information and again not identifying the vast differences between the rooms at Sattva. All participants will pay the same amount: 1. The room was lacking a dresser, desk, or anything other than the bed stand to accommodate our clothing; for the 10 days both my roommate and I lived out of our suitcases. 2. The room was lacking heat; we were given a heater that didn’t work. 3. The bathroom had a sink which was lacking a countertop so we had no where to put our toothbrush and bottled water (except on the floor or toilet tank). 4. The shower ran out of hot water after a minute or two before it turned cold; in addition since the shower was flush with the bathroom, the bathroom floor would be flooded after the shower. 5. The toilet didn’t flush properly so we had feces in the tank. Sattva would “fix” and the problem continued throughout our stay; the stench was overwhelming. 6. Since the toilet was not usable for anything but to urinate - I had to use the communal toilets because I was sick after day 5. This meant that I would have to trek from where our room was down to the communal toilets while being sick. 7. We attempted to change our room on the first day with Tommy’s (Kia's husband) assistance but there were no rooms available. If Sattva does not have a functional room, then that room is not fit for rental. The number of retreat participants should be limited to the number of functioning rooms available. The retreat I attended was oversold either without knowledge or regard to guest experience. 8. Hotels and retreat centers around the world (including Sattva) charge tiered prices based upon the room category. This is standard, professional practice. The retreats you offer at Sattva should be priced based upon the exact room category each person receives. Charging the same price to every person regardless of room size, quality or condition is unacceptable given the vast differences in the accommodations provided. 9. In the future I would suggest you disclose all Sattva accommodation details in advance - prior to accepting a participant’s reservation and/or payment for your retreat. Each person should be allowed to select a particular room category with full disclosure of that room’s amenities or lack thereof. As the retreat leader, you are responsible for ensuring the quality standards for accommodations for all participants. It is my hope that you work with the Sattva Retreat to ensure that future participants at the Sattva Retreat do not have to endure unacceptable accommodations and are apprised of their room category. It appears that my correspondence was not taken into account by Kia. I hope that every one, prior to flying to India, is provided with detailed information regarding their accommodations.…
Clean, amazing service, centrally located. And the yoga classes in the morning with Kriya included (free, voluntary donation for local children) are my favorite style of yoga now. A little bit pricey to stay though. Cafe also has a stunning view