We just returned from haridwar this evening. Never did any elaborate planning but everything fell into place. Rang up the hotel after reading the reviews and were offered promptly by mr. Saini a room facing the Ganges The stay was beyond imagination. Never have we stayed next to the ganges and just watching from the glass panelled private space gave us a feeling that we were on a boat on the river. Enjoyed bathing in their private ghat once during sunset and twice during sunrise. U can request the gate leading to the ghat to be opened as early as u want, may be a little after sunrise.
The hotel offers veg food which is delicious and not spicy. They r located right in the middle of the bazaar for convenient shopping.
These were the easy parts of the trip and now the hard part - travelling by road from delhi to haridwar on a public holiday was a disaster. Took us six hours plus to reach the hotel. The last leg from roorjie to haridwar which was 24 Kms took us two hours. So we were tired when we reached haridwar and managed to locate their parking space as per their printed map. But we were not sure coz there was no sign board so had go around and come back to the same parking space but from another side where there was a signboard.
So to help all future customers we are providing this detail to locate the car parking
When travelling from Delhi, please drive towards bhumanath circle which is on the road to rishikesh. In this circle turn towards the road that leads to manasa Devi temple then u will travel on the birla setu at the end of which on the right side is makaravahini temple, turn right here and then turn left. Just few meters on the right is Gita Bhawan and an entrance to this parking called mayadevi parking. Now this entrance has no sign boad haveli hari ganga parking but this is their parking. Now if u drive just across to the other side along the mud path u will enter another huge parking area which has an entrance facing the Bhairav ghat and this is the entrance from where the guests are picked up in a cycle rickshaw. So either ask for Bhairav ghat or take the turn from the southindian temple. Do not go round in circles it is waste of time, fuel and energy as there are numerous parking areas between the alleys.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Vibrant and forever echoing the chant of a thousand prayers, Haridwar is an arresting blend of Indian culture and spiritual beliefs. The Haveli Hari Ganga is a resort situated on the banks of the Holy Ganga, a mere 500 meters walk through the bazaar at the sacred Har ki Pauri. Designated recently as a heritage property by the Government of India, the interiors of the Haveli are reminiscent of ancient Indian architecture where there are balanced tones of tranquility & comfort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Haveli Hari Ganga Haridwar
- Haveli Hari Ganga Hotel Haridwar