Kovalam Hotels and Resorts – excellent accommodation facilities
Kerala is akin to a mural painted by God, varied in its hues, shades and texture. Kerala is situated in the Malabar Coast of south western India. Kerala, with its many attractions, is nestled between Western Ghats and Arabian Sea.
Kovalam is an idyllic beach location situated in the southern part of Kerala. The tourism potential of Kovalam was discovered by Travancore Kings and is one of the oldest known tourist spots of India. In ninety seventies hippies found a liking to this place and swarmed to Kovalam. From then on, Kovalam found a place in global tourism map. Kovalam is thirteen kilometers away from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala and is easily accessible through road. This easy accessibility makes it popular among locals also.
Catering to the millions that flow into Kovalam, there many hotels and resorts functioning in Kovalam. Resorts and hotels Kovalam provide for superlative accommodation facilities and round the clock quality service. The rooms on offer are luxurious, spacious and embellished with modern décor. The staffs serve guests with a disarming smile armed with all the warmth and hospitality. The visitor’s book of hotels is full of compliments for staff from the impressed visitors. The resorts and hotels in Kovalam are adjoined with multi cuisine restaurants. They serve scrumptious menu of various styles – from Chinese and continental to Thai and Mughal.
Apart from the luxury hotels and resorts there are budget hotels on the offer in Kovalam. They provide excellent accommodation facilities and quality service for an economic purse. They cater to the middle end tourists who cannot afford the luxury segment. Kovalam Travel Guide will help in finding accommodation suiting to your purse.
The hotels Kovalam offer luxurious rooms, Banquet hall, hot and cold water supply, spacious parking facilities, dry clean and laundry facilities, travel desk that works for twenty four hours, direct dialing ISD and STD facility, wireless internet, round the clock room service.
Kovalam Beach resorts are situated in the vicinity of beach. Staying in them you can be in the eerie ambience throughout your sojourn.
Most of the hotels and resorts have attached to them Ayurveda treatment spas and yoga centers. The reputation of Ayurveda and yoga have reached far and wide that there is high demand for these facilities.
Some hotels and resorts in Kovalam rent out their facilities to business sect to conduct conferences, meetings and training programs. The participants reportedly find the ambience inspiring and are interested to return.
The crescent shaped beaches have three parts: The larger southern part known as Light house beach with a thirty five meter high light house standing on top of Kurumkal hill. The middle part is named Hawah Beach (meaning Eve’s Beach) and once known for roaming topless western women, a practice now banned. The northern part is known as Samudra Beach.
The seas in Kovalam are shallow and one can go about hundred meters into sea. This fact combined with calm weather makes it ideal for swimming. The white sandy beaches are inviting for a sunbath. There are attractive coral reefs near the shore. Tourists can go snorkeling for an underwater view. There is also provision for surfing.
Tourists to Kovalam can visit nearby Vizhinjam sea port. Other places to visit in Kovalam are Shanghumugham, Veli Park and various temples and palaces in Thiruvananthapuram.
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