Resorts & Hotels in Sringeri
Hotel Advaith Lancer and Hotel Sringeri Residency are two private hotels at Sringeri. Apart from that, the temple administration has many guest houses which are available for piligrims.
A devoutly religious town, Sringeri is positioned on the banks of the River Tunga. The town belongs to Chikmagalur District of Karnataka State and it is situated on the stunning Western Ghats mountainous terrain. The average elevation level of Sringeri is 672 meters. One of the predominant features about this town is the establishment of the first ever matha founded by Adi Shankaracharya, originator of Advaita Vedanta doctrine.
The name Sringeri is a derivation from Rishyasringa, a mythological character from the Ramayana. Among the prominent highlight points of this pilgrim town are included the Vidyashankara temple built in the 14th century featuring the architecture prevalent during Vijayanagar times along with the Sharadamba and Chenna Keshab temples. Sringeri also boasts a picturesque landscape with the Agumbe Jog Falls flowing through the rich abundance of Sringeri hills.
The town attracts loads of visitors during the time of its famed Sarada Navratri festival and show. An added credit to this charming and holy town is its cool climate which prevails through out the year and ample connectivity to the rest of the nation via Mangalore International Airport which is only 100km away, Udupi railhead and national bus services. The Sarada Navratri festival time is the peak season of Sringeri with not only devotees from other parts of India but tourists from other countries heading towards this hill town.
If you are looking for a conducted tour to Sringeri, KSTDC Package Tours covering places like Kukke Subramanya, Dharmastala, Udupi etc along with Sringeri is also available.
The Advaith Lancer hotel Sringeri in India is owned by the Lancer Group of Companies Pvt. Ltd. This is one of the best hotels in Sringeri and it is reputed for quality, scheduled deliverables and integrity. It has beautifully crafted rooms that of . . . .