Rudrapur is one of the fastest developing and beautiful towns with all basic modern facilities. In vicinity of Nainital, this is one of the most prosperous towns of Uttarakhand. It is an agriculture prime area with at least 70% of the population relying on farming and related business for livelihood. Rudrapur is also famous for its premium quality rice. The city is also rich in terms of religious and spiritual characteristics.
There are many tourist spots that can be visited in the city. The Atriya Temple that is located here, has many legends surrounding it and it is a popular tourist destination in the region. The folktale goes that when king "Rudra" was passing through, his chariot, got stuck into marshy land, so he decided to build a temple and well at that place.
The very same temple is now known as Atariya temple, located at a distance of 2 kms. from the bus stand and half kilometer away from the Rudrapur-Haldwani motor route. Tourists from all across north India come here and their search for the best budget hotel in Rudrapur ends on Sobti Continental.
Every year a large fair is held during the 'Navratras' when thousands of devotees congregate to seek the blessing of Goddess Atariya. If you want to visit Rudrapur, then the nearest airport is Pantnagar, just 14 km from the city and you can travel via trains also plying from Dehradun to Kathgodam, Kathgodam to Howrah, Kathgodam to Delhi pass Rudrapur daily.
Apart from this; some local trains also run between Moradabad, Kashipur, Rudrapur and Lalkuan. By road, Rudrapur is well connected through NH 74 (Delhi-Nainital Highway) and NH 87 (Khatima-Panipat Highway). Once you enter the city, the luxury hotel in Rraudrapur like Sobti continental receives you open arms.
As you step into the hotel, a majestic set up where opulence flows in the air, a grand awe-inspiring structure complemented by the most luxurious environment and a team of courteous hosts at your service unfailingly round the clock. Sobti Continental has redefined the meaning of hospitality both in Rudrapur and Bareilly. Words simply fail visitors to experience they have during their visits. Each and everything is simply capable of leaving them virtually spellbound.