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About Ananda in the Himalayas

Enveloped by vibrant green foliage and valleys, brisk mountain air, and refreshing spring waters, Ananda in the Himalayas promotes a holistic approach to healing the mind, body, and spirit through its philosophy of combining Ayurveda, Vedanta, and yoga. Bordered by the River Ganges, with the extraordinary Himalayas as its backdrop, the elegant destination spa, once the residential palace of a maharajah, fosters a harmonious atmosphere. Spa treatments, yoga, and meditation sessions to stimulate emotional and spiritual well-being are balanced with adventure activities to invigorate physical health. The Ananda Spa offers around 80 treatments, and the on-site restaurant allows guests to dine al fresco on the treetop deck. Weekly Indian music and dance performances are held at the resort's amphitheater.

Price information for Ananda ($300-399/night average; right of screen) is based on the average cost of a vacation package during high season, per person, double occupancy, per night, including three meals and 2 to 3 spa treatments daily.

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The Palace Estate, Narendra Nagar Tehri - Garhwal, Uttaranchal, 249175 India
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BODY SCRUBS
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BODY WRAPS
Algae/Seaweed
Herbal Wrap
Mud
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COMPLIMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE
Ayurvedic Medicine
Hydrotherapy
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FACILITIES & AMENITIES
Dry Cleaning
Locker Room
Meeting Facilities
Restaurant
Retail Store
Robes Provided
Sauna
Showers
Slippers Provided
Steam Room
Swimming Pool
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FITNESS & ACTIVITIES
Golf
Hiking
Yoga Classes
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MASSAGES
Aromatherapy
Ayurvedic
Couples
Deep Tissue
Four Hands
Hot Stone
Reflexology
Swedish
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WATER TREATMENTS
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Customer Reviews for Ananda in the Himalayas (6)

India Luxury Spa Resorts
September 7, 2012
Awesome exprience at anada spa resort
Anada spa resorts Rishikesh is the good resort. Its facilities are too much impressive and fast enough. staff services are also fine and spa products provided by the resort is also high quality which are very care and beneficial for body. Suites are nice and well structured and furniture is also beautiful in dining area. The environment of Rishikesh is very delightful here i feel like i come in city of peace.
victorias
May 19, 2010
Serenity and Care
Recently spent 5 days at Ananda with my mother. We both felt so relaxed and cared for! The Spa treatments were AMAZING, far better than any I've experienced elsewhere. I particularly liked the Tibetan Massage while my mother really loved the Rose Facial. The food was INCREDIBLE, quite varied and delicious! Our rooms (overlooking the Ganges) and the surroundings were extremely beautiful. And we loved watching the resident peacocks and monkeys!
ShatajitB
January 29, 2010
A vacation for your mind, body and soul. Truly Tranquil.
I was trekking in the upper Himalayas and checked into Ananda with every bone in my body hurting and aching. By the time I checked out, I was soothed and rejuvinated, with new found zest to take on the challenges of my profession. Hats off to the fantastic group of people who run Ananda! Nested in the wooded foothills of the Himalayas, the location is idyllic and borders the immaculate. The quality of service is up there with the top rated 5 Star Hotels in India. But what sets Ananda apart is the pristine tranquility inside its premises - the soft clinging of the chimes, the melodious rhythms of traditional Indian music, the serenely-white dress code and the soft chirping of the monal birds. For the first time in many a vacation, I forced myself to switch off my cell phone to soak in the aura of Ananda. The spa menu is truly diverse and lets you choose from a wide collection of Ayurvedic and International treatments. The warm pebble treatment is strongly recommended, as is the "Ananda Touch" massage. A consultation with ananda'a ayurvedic doctors helped me understand the idea of "preventive maintenence" of the human body through lifestyle changes. Some of the inputs I received were truly eye-opening. While the cuisine could do with some more variety and the absence of an indoor pool can make things a tad inconvenient in winter, on the whole, Ananda is perhaps the most perfect getaway for a weeklong vacation in the laps of the Himalayas, on the stairway to heaven.
KristiE
July 30, 2009
Vata Dosha
The Ananda is truly exquisite; a wonderful combination of relaxation, rejuvenation and a little learning too! I thoroughly enjoyed the Ayurveda practice and learning about my Dosha Type. Since my visit, I've incorporated foods into my daily diet suggested to me by the on-site specialist and have noticed a refreshing change in my body and spirit.
RINA A
July 30, 2009
ENGLIGHTMENT IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE HIMALAYAS
this is an experience of a lifetime!!! after visiting the most interesting tourist and historical sites of India this is the place to unwind and apprecaiate the place where yoga originated and where the facility caters to the most discriminating clientele and the staff goes over and above the call of duty to cater to ones expectations cannnot wait to go back RINA ANOUSSI
SallieF
April 11, 2009
Well worth the journey
Ananda in the Himalayas is not easy to get to from New York but I can honestly say that all the travel is well worth it. After arriving from Delhi at Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, you are met by an elegantly clad driver who takes you up a winding road past Rishikesh, the birthplace of Yoga. A first glimpse of monkeys by the roadside let's you know that you are far, far away from home. Ananda is a palace - literally. The Indian "welcome greeting" sets the tone as one feels so welcomed by all the staff. The sounds, smells and view from my room were breathtaking. I could have spent countless hours gazing at the Himalayas, listening to the shrill calls of peacocks and chirping sounds of the birds, marveling at the Ganges River and the sweeping vista views of the valley. But there was so much more to experience. The yoga was outstanding, the food amazing (kudos to Chef Gupta). I was not expecting to have such a broad selection of spa cuisine: Indian, Western, Asian and Ayurvedic and I tried them all. But the piece de resistance is, of course, the spa. My treatments were out of this world. The Abyhanga was given by two young Indian therapists whose movements were perfectly choreographed. My Kundalini treatment was unlike anything I've experienced before thanks to Llhamo. As a destination spa, Ananda in the Himalayas truly delivers a transformative experience. It's a place I will never foget
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Facilities & Amenities

Facilities & Amenities

In addition to its spa amenities, the spa complex also houses a fitness center that comes complete with LifeCycle equipment. Guests can get fit with stretching and Fitness on the Ball classes, or unwind with one of the 14 weekly yoga sessions. Guests can also participate in Vedanta, inspired by ancient Hindu philosophy, which includes weekly group or individual meditation gatherings. The spa complex also has an outdoor heated lap pool.

Golfers can hit the links on the six-hole golf course, while thrill-seekers can test their skills by river rafting and kayaking on the Ganges; jogging or trekking through the area terrain; or setting off on a safari into the Rajaji and Corbett National Parks, home to tigers, leopards, and elephants. Those looking to explore can embark on spiritual pilgrimages to the nearby holy cities of Rishikesh and Haridwar.

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There are 75 deluxe rooms and suites, as well as three villas, all of which offer views of the city of Rishikesh, the Ganges Valley, or the Viceregal Palace. Rooms come complete with personal yoga mats, and all accommodations have wireless Internet (laptops are available upon request). Standard rooms are elegant and simple, with wooden floors, minimal furnishings, and marble bathrooms, while one- and two-bedroom villas feature private pools, decks, saunas, and living rooms. The opulent Viceregal Suite, elaborately decorated with antique fabrics, gold-painted artifacts, and ornate pillars, has a wraparound terrace, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and a telescope.

The resort's restaurant serves an assorted menu of Continental, Indian, and Oriental dishes, with an emphasis on organic vegetables and herbs. À la carte lunch and dinner menus change daily, and a spa menu is available. Situated in an orchard of native South Asian Sal trees, the restaurant provides a relaxed ambiance, where meals are complemented by classical instrumental music. Guests can sip tea, seated at royal card tables dating from the Maharaja period, in a setting fit for royalty, at the Tea Lounge. Light options and drinks are served at The Pavilion.

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