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I stayed at this hotel for the month of February. The staff was nice and helpful. The location was amazing because is was in a very clam place but still very close to everything you need. The roof top patio had and amazing view. The...More
The hotel is very comfortable and well kept! The staff is helpful and always someone near by to assist if you need anything. It is very close to stores, restaurants and the main square is a short walk.
I was doing 200h yoga tcc at the Hermitage! The room is very spacious and i loved the staff! The location is really good, away from the craziness of the road (so not too much noise) but close enough to everything! i will definitely go...More
I had spend a month here back in March and it was in a perfect location with such warm staff around. They were able to organize the transportation from the airport, which was very convenient. I would like to thank the whole staff at the...More
When staying at Hotel Hermitage you get amazing rooms with own balcony and the rooftop view is incredible. The rooms are quite big and clean. There´s is hot water and free wifi. Its surrounded my mountains and is very close (walking distance) to the Laxman...More
USD 16 - USD 48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#3 Best Value Hotel in Rishikesh
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Hey, take a variety of clothing... out of respect women should try to cover their shoulders and ankles, so if you're wearing a vest it's good to warp a scarf around your shoulders and it's more appropriate to wear long... More
Hey, take a variety of clothing... out of respect women should try to cover their shoulders and ankles, so if you're wearing a vest it's good to warp a scarf around your shoulders and it's more appropriate to wear long skirt/ dress or loose Indian pants. You can buy beautiful scarf and the rest in Rishikesh. ;-) I would say its good to have few layers on as it's warm in the day time but the temperatures drop in the eve. I used to wear long skirts, covering my ankles, then have a warmed scarf or a cardigan to wrap myself in when it cold.
Comfy shoes, trainers etc, flip flops are good to have. Get some leggings too that can be worn with tunics. Hope this helps!