Kerala Hotels – Havens in fascinating and charming landscape
Beguiling, fascinating, charming or plainly call it heaven. Kerala experience is beyond words. With its attractions like virgin beaches, fascinating hill stations, placid backwaters, enchanting wildlife, emerald landscape and sophisticated art forms Kerala entices millions to its fold. Kerala is situated in the Malabar Coast of southwestern India.
If you are travelling to Kerala and are perplexed on where to stay, you need not worry. Hotel facilities in Kerala are top class and offer you ultimate rejuvenating experience. You also do not have to be overly concerned with the budget also. Kerala hotels come in various varieties – luxury, standard, budget and cheap. Kerala have hotels with modern and exotic architecture and also heritage hotels - which are renovated pieces from ancient structures. Kerala hotels have everything for anyone, whatever are your taste, preference and purse.
Kerala is also seeing a remarkable growth in number of hotels. The hospitality industry of the state is booming with the increased inflow of tourists to Kerala. Hotels are coming up in various destinations of tourist importance. There are also hotels operating in intermediate places aiming to tap the potential of tourists who are on transit.
The Kerala hotels are also famed for the excellent accommodation facilities they offer. Having the advantage of a highly educated workforce, the quality of service in Kerala hotels are also heavily appreciated. The staff approach guests with a friendly smile armed with all the warmth and hospitality. They also answer all the queries of guests politely and listen to them attentively. The demands of guests are met to the maximum possible extent.
Munnar is a mist shrouded hill station nestled in the Western Ghats. It is blessed with a salubrious climate and is heavily frequented by tourists. They come in search of the magic touch of Munnar which is refreshing, soothing and gentle. With magnificent views of rolling hills, undulating meadows, gorgeous colonial bungalows, manicured tea gardens, cascading waterfalls and gushing brooks on offer, Munnar is ideal for trekking and mountain biking. There are also many interesting sightseeing spots nearby. Nilgiri Tahrs – an endangered species homed in Eravikulam National park, which is nearby, is a prominent attraction.
Munnar hotels cater to the inflow of tourists who are lured by the various attractions. They are renowned for the excellent accommodation facilities and quality of service on offer. Most hotels are adjoined with multi cuisine restaurants which provide sumptuous menu of various variety cuisines – from Chinese to Continental. Apart from that Hotels provide hot and cold water running round the clock, Banquet hall, conference hall, meeting hall, amenities for indoor and outdoor games, Doctors on call, twenty four hours security, spacious parking facilities and travel desk services.
Thekkady is another hill station in Western Ghats which is famous for its wildlife sanctuary and a serene artificial lake surrounding the sanctuary. Wildlife of the Periyar wildlife sanctuary can be savored by having a boat ride in the lake. There are many opportunities for recreational activities including elephant ride is available.
Thekkady hotels cater to the tourists who come mainly to savor the wildlife of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. They are also renowned for excellent accommodation facilities and quality service and tasteful food.
Cochin homes an International airport and most of the international tourists begin their Kerala trip here. Hotels in Cochin mainly cater to them.
Mahi Manral - About Author:
Mahi Manral is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tours related topics. He has authored many books on Kovalam hotels and Cheap Hotels in Kerala. Find more information at http://www.keralahotels.org.
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