The Hotel Yoga is classy and extravagant to the very core. Majestic appearance, elegant interiors, luxurious furnishing and warm service, everything that makes the hotel a comfortable place to be at Intelligently positioned, the hotel has a tranquil setting and offers the convenience of being centrally located. With a wide range of rooms, the hotel has a lot more to offer to its guests.
Each room comes fitted with the best of amenities and facilities, with breathtaking views of the Dham , eternal beauty from the roof top gallery. The round-the-clock room service ensures that guests are perfectly comfortable and feel well-cared. A calm and peaceful place situated at the heart of the Badrinath Dham near City bus Station, with proximity to all Tourist places.The Hotel is rapidly becoming popular due to its location (NeelKanth View), amenities, services and people who are committed to providing a unique experience in hospitality. All of our guests are treated with warmth and over whelming respect while creating a homely environment.
Badarinath Dham is considered as one of the most sacred centers of pilgrimage situated in the lofty Himalayan heights in the Garhwal hill tracks (Uttarakhand). Situated at the height of 3133 m (10248 feet) above sea level. The route to Badarinath is one of the most fascinating one due to the lofty hilly terrain, curves and cliffs amidst the most scenically beautiful place on the earth.
At Badarinath Lord MahaVishnu is believed to have done his penance. Seeing the Lord doing his penance in the open, Goddess Mahalaxmi is believed to have assumed the form of Badari tree to provide him shelter to face the onslaught of the adverse weather conditions, therefore the name Badari Narayan. It is believed that Lord Vishnu revealed to Narad rishi that Nar & Naryans forms were his own. It is also believed that Narad rishi, who also did his penance here, is even now worshipping the supreme God with Ashtakshara mantras.
The image of Badarinarayan here is fashioned out of Saligramam. Badarinarayan is seen under the Badari tree, flanked by Kuber and Garuda, Narad, Narayan and Nar. Mahalakshmi has a sanctum outside in the parikrama. There is also a shrine to Adi Sankara at Badarinath.