GMVN Tourist Bungalow – Joshimath

GMVN– Joshimath

GMVN– Joshimath is at Main Bazaar in Joshimath is a semi-deluxe hotel offering good facilities to their customers and located at the prime location near the main market and situated in the beautiful town of Joshimath in Uttarakhand.

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Around 12.30 pm we started for Joshimath. Jyotirmath, also known as Joshimath is a city and a municipal board in Chamoli District in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Located at a height of 6150 feet (1875 m). It is home to one of the four cardinal pīthas established by Adi Shankara. Joshimath lies on national highway NH58 that connects Delhi with Badrinath and Mana Pass in Uttarakhand near Indo-Tibet border. Therefore, all the buses and vehicles that carry pilgrims from New Delhi to Badrinath via Haridwar and Rishikesh in the pilgrim season of summer months pass through Joshimath.

GMVN– Joshimath is a government hotel at Joshimath offers comfortable accommodation, delicious pure vegetarian/non-vegetarian (only egg) food, travel assistance, and 24-hour hot water supply. The hotel delivers the good value of money and is a perfect choice for budget travelers visiting Joshimath, Badrinath or any other nearby place, seeking good facilities at affordable rates.

GMVN– Joshimath

Near Main Market,
Joshimath – 246443,

District Chamoli,
Uttarakhand, India

GMVN– Joshimath

We stayed in the GMVN New Building in Joshimath. We booked 2 rooms for 4 of us. Rooms were neatly maintained. Parking facility for SUV was also available. They had a spacious restaurant inside the lodge. The booking process was very easy- booked through GMVN official website online

GMVN online

Our stay in Joshimath was one day when we are coming back from Badrinath. The outside view of the mountains from the front is nice. The backside is a residential area.

GMVN– Joshimath

We had dinner at the hotel itself which turned out to be delicious. Their service is a bit slow which is acceptable. Staffs are warm and friendly.

The view from the 1st-floor deluxe room was really spectacular. An additional charge of Rs. 250 will be charged if you opt for a room heater. They accept Paytm. This is for your information Jio sim not worked there but Airtel and BSNL worked there.

GMVN Tourist Bungalow – Joshimath



Last updated on 26.01.20



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