Ananda in the Himalayas

Address: The Palace Estate, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, 249175, India | 4 star spa
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This 4 star spa, located on The Palace Estate, Rishikesh, is near Lakshman Jhula Suspension Bridge.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Rishikesh

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      A travel blog entry by aman.kumar on Jan 04, 2015

      The first thing to mention about Dewa Retreat is the generosity of the entire staff. From higher management to lower management people, everybody showed gestures of hospitality and were ready to serve in the best possible way. Our train was in the evening and we checked out later. However, the management was very accommodating and the excellent food was priced reasonably. The exteriors and interiors of the hotel are very appealing. On our way to the hotel, we had a beautiful ...

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      ... br> And I take back what I said about Rishikesh being cooler than Delhi, once you're out of the shade of the buildings on the narrow streets the sun belts down with as much intensity as it does in the capital. Buuut it's not like I was using that top layer of skin anyway and I'd been assured that my destination was on this road, I just had no idea how far ...

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      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... my philosophy teacher Gangesh asked us: "Please, can you describe to me the taste “SWEET?". Everyone started releasing several words for each was the "meaning" of the sweet taste. But nobody could objectively describe this flavor. And conclusion was: it’s impossible to explain the concept of sweet, because just after experiencing we can understand. And that's exactly how HAPPINESS is. You must experience it and thus each one make their concept of "being happy". ...

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      ... into the food selections has certainly help to educate us. The food is very good to say the least and quite varied. Spice level to our suit taste: easy to organise.

      We now prepare ourselves for a return to Delhi tomorrow and then onto Jaipur (via Agra) ........... I repeat ... Jaipur via Agra. Just a little corny caption that pre-occupied us for a few days. As you would note, " small things occupy small minds .........".



      A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Mar 09, 2014

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      ... do I feel about this place- I love it but I just want to flood everyone with a little bit of truth and enlightenment. I said to the guys at breakfast- u know what I know in in reality but apart if me feels like I'm in a big fat Byron bay if fake. Lol. The real people here- the locals are cool. The tourists mmmm not sure lol Had yoga with a tea her who is 104 years ...