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Tour Details

 Durations : 6 Night / 7 Days
  • 1 Night Bangalore
  • 1 Night Mysore
  • 2 Night Ooty
  • 2 Night Kodaikanal

Explore the mystic region of South India on Southern Surprise tour package and reveal its hidden surprises. Southern Surprise tour begins from the 'garden city' Bangalore that houses a number of tourist attractions. Also get a chance to visit the historic city of Mysore, and picturesque hill stations of Ooty and Kodaikanal. In short, Southern Surprise offers a wonderful blend of man-made and natural attractions that fascinate all types of travellers.

 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
On arrival at Bangalore Airport or Railway Station, get assistance and transfer to hotel. Check into the hotel. In the afternoon proceed on half-day city sightseeing tour. Visit Bull Temple, Mysore Arts & Crafts Centre, Commercial Street, Vidhana Soudha and Lal Bagh. Spend an overnight stay at the hotel in Bangalore.
Day 2:
Bangalore - Mysore (143 Kms / Approx. 3 Hours Drive)
Today morning, after breakfast drive to Mysore. Enroute visit Srirangpattanam - the capital of Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan. On arrival check into the hotel. In the evening visit the Brindavan Gardens. Have a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Mysore.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 3:
Mysore - Ooty (170 Kms / Approx. 4 Hours Drive)
Proceed on an excursion to Somnathpur in the morning. Visit one of the best-preserved Hoysala Temples at Somnathpur. In the afternoon visit the famous Mysore Palace. Continue your journey to the blue Nilgiri hills, past tea plantations of Ooty. On arrival check into the hotel. Enjoy rest of the day at leisure. Relax with an overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 4:
After breakfast, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Dodabetta Peak. Later drive to Coonoor and visit Sims Park and 'Dolphin' nose point. In the afternoon visit the Botanical Garden and the popular Ooty lake. Return to have an overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.
Meals: No meals
Day 5:
Ooty - Kodaikanal (260 Kms / Approx. 6.5 Hours Drive)
The picturesque journey continues through the Palani hills to another scenic hill-station, Kodaikanal. On arrival, check into the hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure. Have a overnight stay at the hotel in Kodaikanal.
Meals: No Meals
Day 6:
Post breakfast, embark on a local sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal. Visit the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's walk and the magnificent Bear-Shola falls. In the afternoon spend some time in Bryant Park and enjoy boating on the beautiful Kodai Lake (on direct payment basis). Relax overnight at the hotel in Kodaikanal.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 7:
Kodaikanal - Coimbatore (146 Kms / Approx. 4.5 Hours Drive) Or Madurai
Today, take a transfer to Coimbatore Airport or Railway Station / Madurai Airport or Railway Station for onward journey.
Meals: Breakfast
 Package Price
Rs. 17,499/- *
USD 331.509/- *
EUR 252.040/- *
GBP 205.615/- *
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Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka is popularly known as the Garden City. It is also called the Silicon City due its flourishing IT industry, thus making it youthful and cosmopolitan. Dotted with lakes and numerous old historical buildings, Bangalore is a melting pot for the old and the new. Buzzing during the night, thanks to the endless number of pubs in the city, Bangalore has gained the title of party capital of the country for no reason.

With year-round heavenly weather, beautiful buildings and gardens, lovely people and peaceful atmosphere, Bangalore will surely charm you!

The former capital of the state of Mysore, and the seat of the Wodeyar Kings, Mysore is Karnataka's Jewel, its cultural capital, a city resplendent with history - both colonial and royal. It is Karnataka's second largest city, and abounds in natural beauty and architectural beauty, with tree lined boulevards and historical buildings.

Mysore is famous for its relaxed atmosphere, so relaxed in fact that it is hard to believe that such a sleepy town could have been the heart of a kingdom. It is also hard to believe that this Overview of the city has yet to mention the Mysore Palace. Famous across India, the Mysore Palace is the picture of gilded opulence! Mysore is also famous for its manufacture of incense sticks, which come in many fragrances, as well as for its sandalwood. Mysore is a pleasant change from the stereotypical image of modernized cities. From the moment you set foot in Mysore, it begins to reveal delicious secrets which make it a must see.

Century-old English architecture, a rich yet equally confusing Anglican tradition, gabled cottages set amidst mystifying blue hills, Ooty is perhaps the only hill station that has refused to keep fair-weather friends. So much so, at some point, it was called Snooty Ooty' even by the early Madras government, for its notorious snobbishness tells it from the rest of Tamil Nadu. Guarding its warbled British, Anglo-Indian, and native heritage while slowly giving in to commercialisation, Ooty or Ootacamund still manages to lure those in need of low-key rest and relaxation.
Walk the length of Commercial Road, spend a day strolling by the misty Ooty Lake, or gorge on some hot Bondas and a cup of Cardamom Tea from a tea stall. It is hard not to fall in love with its temperament. Calm, cool and collected are not just keywords here, but a way of life.

Soak in the beauty of the hills from the toy train (the Nilgiri Mountain Railway) as it chugs along the hillside just as it did hundreds of years ago, ever so often stopping for no rhyme or reason. Get a snapshot of the 20 million year old fossil tree stump at the Botanical Gardens where it is overshadowed by a thousand other rare plants. Sink into the crumbling, torn seat at the Assembly Rooms theatre and watch a movie that probably released years ago. Lick on a puffy pink swirl of cotton candy as you skim through second hand bookstalls that still sell obsolete prints. Taste Anglo-Indian delights at the stately British Fern Hills Palace, the former summer retreat of the Mysore Maharaja and let the sounds of the piano gently lull you to sleep soon after.

Run across the untouched wilderness of Avalanche Reservoir, and try your hand at Trout fishing in the ramshackle Wilson Fish Farm nearby. Squint and swipe with your lucky hand at the 100 year old Ootacamund Golf Course or mumble a prayer at the century-old St. Stephen's Church as the last rays of sun illuminate the altar through beautifully glass-painted windows. Enjoy a late evening walk as the last strains of the choir waft in the breeze onto town. There is simply no denying that Ooty remains regal, ravishing and royal no matter when you visit. See for yourself..

Nestled in the heart of the Palani Hills in south Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal, a charming little hill station is a picture perfect postcard with its spectacular greenery, waterfalls, cliffs and blossoms. Long for a cool break this summer? Kodaikanal is where you need to be!

The main street-Annasalai is the beating pulse of the hills. Bhajji (fritters) stalls brimming with mouth-watering delights, evening joggers, couples walking hand in hand - no environment could be as laidback and relaxing. Buy a glass of sweet, Masala Chai (tea) and enjoy the scene. Virtually everything revolves around the feeling of goodness and getting in touch with your inner side. Cycle around the magnificent Kodai Lake early in the morning and lose yourself in the chill, misty state of calm.

Kodaikanal is the only hill station that was set up by American missionaries back in the 20th century. Trekkers will love a visit to Pillar Rocks, three massive stone faces that provide a stunning, panoramic view of the valley. Those who want to rest their feet will love sitting in the shade and enjoying a small picnic and snacks. Dolphin's Nose (a cliff), the Bear Shola Falls, Bryant Park and the Pambar Falls are great alternative options too.

Retire into a puffy leather couch in the well-stocked library of the Kodai Club. The old English aura of the bar is truly remarkable and evokes old memories with its all yesteryear English decor. Kodaikanal revels in the simple pleasures of life. No matter what kind of a break you are seeking, it makes sure you feel at home; the soft winds, the scented fragrance of eucalyptus trees and tea, the sprawling plum orchards and the delightful aroma of homemade chocolates will seduce you completely. It is difficult to say goodbye.

 Package Inclusion
  • Welcome drinks on arrival
  • Accommodation in air-conditioned Standard Room
  • Railway station/airport - hotel transfers
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air-conditioned car for 6 nights & 7 days
  • City to city transfer and sightseeing as per the itinerary
 Terms and Conditions
  • Per person rates (Rs) - applicable on 2 persons staying together sharing the same room
  • Service tax extra as applicable
  • Transportation provided will be as per itinerary only (not at disposal)
  • Rates are valid for minimum stay of 02nts.
  • The package does not include guide services where not mentioned; same can be availed at an additional cost
  • Entrance charges anywhere are not included
  • Rates applicable for Indian Nationals only. Non Indian Nationals may avail the same package after inquiring about the applicable rate.
  • Package rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • Meal plan: EP - Accommodation only, CP - Accommodation with breakfast, MAP - Accommodation with breakfast, lunch or dinner, AP -
  • Accommodation with breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • The package can not be combined with any other offer
  • Refund on cancellation strictly depends upon concerned hotel's cancellation policy
  • The above package is not valid during national holidays, festivals & long weekends
  • RIGHT TRAVELS ( PVT ) Ltd reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice
 Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellation done from the booking date till seven days prior to the departure date, charges are thirty percent of the package cost
  • Cancellation done from three days to seven days prior to the departure date, charges are fifty percent of the package cost
  • Cancellation done twenty four hours to three days prior to departure date, charges are seventy five percent of the packages cost
  • Cancellation done less than twenty four hours prior to the departure date, charges are hundred percent of the package cost
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.

Destination Information

South India is the area encompassing India's states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu as well as the union territories of Lakshadweep and Pondicherry, occupying 19.31% of India's area. The region is also known as Dravida as is used in the National anthem. South India lies in the peninsular Deccan Plateau and is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west, the Indian Ocean in the south and the Bay of Bengal in the east. The geography of the region is diverse, encompassing two mountain ranges, the Western and Eastern Ghats, and a plateau heartland. The Godavari, Krishna, Tungabhadra and Kaveri rivers are important non-perennial sources of water.
A majority of Indians from the southern region speak one of the Dravidian languages: Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Tulu, and Kodava. During its history, a number of dynastic kingdoms ruled over parts of South India whose invasions across southern and southeastern Asia impacted the history and cultures of modern sovereign states such as Sri Lanka, Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.
While South Indian states have improved in some socio-economic metrics, economic disparity, illiteracy and poverty continue to affect the region much like the rest of the country. Agriculture is the single largest contributor to the regional net domestic product, while Information technology is a rapidly growing industry. Literary and architectural styles, evolved over two thousand years, differ from other parts of the country.
South India ranks the highest in terms of social and economic development in areas such as fertility rate and infrastructure; the fertility rate of South India is 1.9, the lowest of all regions in India

South India boasts such a full and flavorsome diversity of landscapes, culture and history it leaves, most countries seeming bland and uninteresting by comparison. In the southeastern corner, the hot, dusty plains of Tamil Nadu are scattered with emerald green paddy fields and teeming with life.
This landscape, rich in history, is the centre of Tamil culture and full of temples with their towering, ornately ornamented gopurams or gateways.
From the east, the once thickly forested high slopes, in places long since cleared the tea, rubber or coffee, run down through a series o hill ranges to the narrow coastal strips of western India, with its fertile luxuriance of flora.
Across lowland Kerala the towering Coconut palms cover what seems to be one mammoth village, without beginning or end. From Kerala to Goa and beyond, a string of little ports still witness to the vibrant to the vibrant trade, which has linked southern India with the world to the west across the Arabian Sea. Arab traders have brought both their trade goods and their cultures to the west coast towns, while in Goa, countless white painted churches which were built in the heart of the old Portuguese Territories have given their wholly distinctive feature to another of South India’s cultural enclaves.
To get the best of your South India Tour, a ride by the exclusive Golden Chariot Train will be an out-an-out experience. It takes the tourists on a weeklong journey across the sensational countryside of South India.

South Indian culture refers to the culture of the South Indian states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. South Indian culture though with its visible differences forms an important part of the Indian culture. The South Indian Culture is essentially the celebration of the eternal universe through the celebration of the beauty of the body and motherhood. It is exemplified through its dance, clothing, and sculptures.

The main spiritual traditions of South India include both Shaivite and Vaishnavite branches of Hinduism, although Buddhist and Jain philosophies had been influential several centuries earlier. Shravanabelagola in Karnataka is a popular pilgrimage center for Jains. Ayyavazhi is spread significantly across South India. Its followers are more densely populated in South Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Christianity has flourished in coastal South India from the times of St. Thomas the Apostle who came to Kerala in 52 AD and established the Syrian Christian tradition today called as Saint Thomas Christians or Nasranis. There is a large Muslim community in South India, particularly in the Malabar Coast, which can trace its roots to the ancient maritime trade between Kerala and Omanis and other Arabs. Kerala is also home to one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world who are supposed to have arrived in the Malabar Coast during the time of King Solomon. The oldest surviving Jewish synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations is the Paradesi Synagogue in Kochi, Kerala.

South India has always been a favorite destination for tourists. Its diversity in terms of landscapes, people and cultures, food habits, art and architecture makes it fascinating and a definite crowd puller. From the temples of Tamil Nadu to the backwaters of Kerala and caves of Deccan, south India always has something new and adventurous to offer. The states of south India reflect in itself the brightness and versatility of its culture. Therefore, the culture of south India is always a topic of great interest for all. Here we present you with 10 websites that will provide you with handy and relevant informations about the diversities of south Indian culture.

Tamil Nadu Climate:
The state of Tamil Nadu has a tropical climate, with little difference between the summer and winter temperature. April and May are the hottest months of the year. During the summers temperature shoots up to 40 degrees centigrade and above. Coastal regions too get hot and humid during these months. Nights, however, are cool and sea breeze that sets in during the afternoons bring the much-needed comfort to the people. Those areas that lie in the foothills of the ghats have equable temperature.To escape the heat of these region, one has the option of making a trip to the hill stations of the state. November is the month when the winter season sets in and continues till February. A pleasant climate can be experienced during these months. If you wish to pay a visit to the hill stations during this time, woollen clothing is a must. The minimum temperature records 20 degrees. However, in the hill stations the temperature falls down to a minimum of 5 degrees centigrade. October to December is the time of the monsoons.

Karnataka Climate:
Karnataka in southern India experience a better climate as compared to the other south Indian states. The climate of the state is typical tropical type. The central and northern parts of the state experience hot weather during the months of April and May. The temperature during these months records around 35 degrees centigrade. Winter falls in the month of November and continues till February. These months are not too cold and can provide chances of spending some good time in the region. June to September is the time of the rainy season that dominates the climate of the state. The western coast gets 1500 mm of rainfall during the months of June and July. September to May is ideal time to pay a visit to the cities of the state.

Kerala Climate:
The state of Kerala remains pleasant for most part of the year. It has a tropical climate too. April to June is the summer time, with the maximum temperature remaining around 33 degrees centigrade. The monsoon season begins in the month of June and continues till September. Not much difference is experienced though. Humidity, however, increases during the period and rainfalls can continue for a couple of days at a stretch. The month of October marks the onset of winter season. Temperature during this season remains around 20 degrees centigrade. September to February is the peak tourist season and during these months the weather remains pleasant.

Andhra Pradesh Climate:
The summer season extends from March to June. During these months, the maximum temperature in most parts of the state records around 28 degrees centigrade. The coastal plains, however, get too hot during the summer season with the temperature reaching a high of 42 degrees centigrade in some places. In the plateau region, summers are cooler though. October to February is the time of the winter season. The minimum temperature ranges between 10 and 12 degrees centigrade. Winters are colder in the plateau regions. Monsoons arrive in the month of July, continuing till September. The southwest monsoon winds bring a good amount of rainfall. Some of the places receive 1400 m of rainfall. The coastal areas get heavy rainfall. The plateau region gets lesser amount of rainfall though. June to February is the ideal time to plan a trip to the state.

South Indian languages comprise one of the five Dravidian languages of Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Tulu. Besides, these languages also serve as official languages for the concerning states and its governmental purposes. The approximated population of South India comes to a count of 233 million. The largest linguistic groups in South India encompass the Telugus, Tamils, Kannadigas, Malayalis, Tuluvas, Kodavas and Konkanis, which, quite manifestly mirrors the diversification and overlapping of language cultures and customs. According to the 2001 Census, Telugu possessed the third largest base of native speakers in India (74 million), after Hindi and Bengali. Telugu as such, was awarded the status of classical language in 2008. Tamil was granted the status of classical language by the Government of India in 2002 and had approximately 60 million native speakers. Kannada possessed 38 million, whereas Malayalam had 33 million native speakers respectively. Each of these south Indian languages is enlisted as an official language of India, as per the Official Languages Act (1963).

The cuisine of South India is known for its light, low calorie appetizing dishes. The traditional food of South India is mainly rice based. The cuisine is famous for its wonderful mixing of rice and lentils to prepare yummy lip smacking dosas, vadas, idlis and uttapams. South Indian dishes are not just delicious, but also very easily digestible. The best part is that South Indians do not use much of oil for cooking their meals.

Sambhar is like a must in the main course. It is usually a companion to most of the food items then be it idli, vada or dosa. Most of the South Indian dishes consist of sambhar, rasam, vegetable curry and pachadi (yogurt). When it comes to rice preparations, South Indians are real experts. Their lemon rice is savored and appreciated by almost all the people. Other preparations of rice include coconut rice, carrot rice and fried rice made by using coconut, curry leaves, urad dal, tamarind, peanuts, chilies, and fenugreek seeds.

South Indian chutneys are well liked by people. Infact, chutney, especially the one made from coconut, is the major attraction for many people to visit a restaurant that specializes in South Indian cuisine. The main ingredients for preparing varied chutneys are coconut, peanuts, dal, tamarind, fenugreek seeds, and cilantro. Dals cooked in the South Indian style are also quite different from that of North Indian preparation. They are soupier in comparison to the dals cooked in the North Indian style.

The cuisine of South India is hotter than the North Indian cuisine. South Indians do not make much use of garam Masala and other dried spices. However, turmeric, black pepper and cardamom are an exception. For the cuisine of South India, it can be said that it is a perfect blend of flavor, color and taste and also takes care of the nutritional balance. Even, the visual appeal of the South Indian dishes is quite alluring. South Indians usually prefer drinking coffee after having their meals. Well, coffee has become a popular beverage in the entire country. Coconut milk is also quite common in South India.

South Indian cuisine consists of the cuisine of four states, namely Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. All the four cuisines have lot many things in common; however, they differ in terms of the spice content in their food preparations.

Andhra Food
Andhra food is the spiciest and the hottest of all the South Indian cuisines. There is a liberal use of oil, tamarind and chilli powder (Guntur). An interesting thing is that though Hyderabad is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh, its cuisine is absolutely distinct from that of Andhra cuisine.

Popular Vegetarian Food: Pesarattu, gongura, pulihora, avakkai (cut raw mango) pickle

Popular Non-vegetarian Food: Kodi iguru(fry), Kodi pulusu(gravy), Chepa pulusu etc

Karnataka Food
In Karnataka, lunch is mostly served on a plantain leaf. There is a higher percentage of vegetarians in Karnataka; therefore, their cuisine mainly consists of vegetarian dishes. The food of Karnataka is the mildest of all. Here, the use of chilli powder is done sparingly. They make a liberal use of palm sugar or brown sugar. Udupi food forms part of the cuisine of Karnataka.

Popular dishes: Ragi rotti, Akki rotti, Khara Bisi bele bath, Kesari Bath, Vangi Bath, Saaru, Bath, Davanagere Benne Dosa, Ragi mudde, and Uppittu.

In South Karnataka, Rava Idli, Mysore Masala Dosa and Medhu Vada are extremely popular.

Among the sweet dishes, Karnataka is well known for its wonderful preparation of Mysore Pak, Dharwad pedha, Pheni, Chiroti.

Kerala Food
Kerala cuisine mainly consists of coconut based foodstuff. Since, Kerala is the chief exporter of coconut; therefore coconut is used liberally over here. Kerala is a place well known for its beautiful backwaters and thus, this place is a paradise for seafood lovers. There is an abundance of seafood specialties.

Popular Vegetarian Food: Aviyal, olan,

Popular Non-vegetarian Food: Shrimp coconut curry, fish poriyal

Tamil Food
The cuisine of Tamilnadu consists of plenty of mouthwatering vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Tamilnadu has a lot to offer, when it comes to food.

Popular Vegetarian Food: Idli, sambar, rasam, vada, thayir sadam (yogurt rice), thayir vadai, murukku, kootu, poriyal, uthappam, appalam and papadum and thayir pachadi

Popular Non-vegetarian Food: Chettinad pepper chicken and karuvadu kozhumu (dried preserved fish flavored curry)

Lately, India has emerged as an outstanding tourist destination, which registers a huge footfall every year. With its integral parts, this country represents an exclusive paradigm of unity in diversity. Every part is blessed with cultural, traditional and geographical diversities.
South India with its soothing beaches, rich wildlife, excellent monuments, serene landscapes, spirituality and a lot of adventurous activities offers a breathtaking experience to its visitors. The melange of spirituality, exotic landscapes, hustle-bustle of development, philosophy, multiple faiths, a vast array of gourmets, all with utmost fervor are really exciting.
Popular destinations of southern region are Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty, Chennai, Cochin, Alleppey, Madurai, Munnar, Thekkady and many more. Each place has a distinctive feature of its own.
The variety of tourist attractions in southern India is simply amazing. Whether you are passionate about wildlife, adventure, pilgrimage, culture, heritage or scenic beauty, there is a wide range for you to explore. The attractions that we have covered below are known worldwide and invite hordes of travelers from all across the globe.

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Cost and Dates

Package Price:
Rs. 17,499/- *
USD 331.509/- *
EUR 252.040/- *
GBP 205.615/- *
Validity: Valid From April 1, 2012 - June 30, 2012
(For other location please contact OR Send Query)

Hotel Details

Star Category:
City: Ooty
Vinayaga Inn is a standard hotel in the mystical hills of Ooty. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation with modern facilities to its guests

The hotel offers aesthetically designed rooms with modern amenities like satellite television, telephone, room service and hot and cold water supply in the adjoined bathrooms. Mineral water and heaters are available on request.

The hotel has an in house multi cuisine restaurant offering a wide array of Indian delicacies. The hotel also has a bar housing both domestic and foreign liquor.

The services and facilities offered in the hotel include taxi service, doctor on call, laundry service, travel desk and housekeeping service

Vinayaga Inn is located on Garden Road in Ooty and is 90 km from Coimbatore Airport, 2 km from the Ooty railway station and 2 km from Ooty bus stand.

Star Category:
City: Mysore
Since 1989, Hotel Roopa has been offering a home away from home to visitors to Mysore. With welcoming hospitality coupled with an array of facilities and services, this recently renovated hotel houses 52 rooms across seven floors, all accessible by a staircase and a glass bubble elevator.

On entering the hotel, a well lit lobby with a reception console across a seating area welcomes you. A large statue dominates the space, which also has a travel desk and gift shop at the far end.

Hotel Roopa has 24 Deluxe rooms, 13 Luxury rooms, 11 Luxury Air Conditioned rooms and 4 Suites. The Suites are luxurious and have a seating alcove on entering, which leads into a large bedroom area. The room, furnished in a contemporary style, comprises a large double bed with side tables, a leather Roman-style sofa and a study table. In-room amenities include a television, telephone, WiFi connectivity (chargeable), minibar and a tea/coffee maker. The attached washroom has a shower area with a massage shower and linen and toiletries provided for.

The other room categories are also well furnished with the only difference being their sizes and the in-room amenities. While the room has a television, telephone and WiFi connectivity (chargeable), a minibar and tea/coffee maker is not available. The attached washroom has the same features as the Suite.

Dining & Facilities:
Guests of Hotel Roopa can enjoy their meals at Nakshatra, the hotel's pure vegetarian multi cuisine restaurant with a seating capacity of 75 persons. Upcoming projects include a rooftop restaurant and pub.

The hotel has two banquet halls, with a capacity of 250 and 500 persons respectively. Other guest facilities available at Hotel Roopa include 24-hour room service, laundry service, doctor on call and ample car parking. The hotel accepts all major credit cards.

Don't Miss:
In the evening, take the hotel elevator up to the rooftop from where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Mysore Palace sparkling through the trees with the Chamundi Hills in the backdrop.

Located on Nilgiri Road, Hotel Roopa is a glass exterior building that stands between St. Philomenas Church and the Mysore Palace. It is 3 kms from the railway station and a walkable distance to the bus stand and Mysore Palace.

Star Category:
City: Bangalore
Hotel Nandhini is a 2 star hotel with 27 rooms spread over 2 floors. It is located in a lively area of Bangalore.

The hotel lobby is a narrow elongated space with marble flooring and the reception counter placed under the staircase. The reception has a glass top and wooden base and next to it sits a triple seated maroon sofa. The reception leads to a conference hall beside it, the elevator and of course, a staircase to the other floors

The 27 rooms in the hotel are divided into categories of 3 Standard non air conditioned rooms which are the lowest category, 12 Deluxe air conditioned rooms and 12 Comfort Class rooms which are the highest category. The facilities common between the rooms are cable television, telephones, 24 hours room service, 24 hours running hot & cold water, minibar and toiletries in the washrooms which include soap, shampoo, shower cap, dental kit, shaving kit, talcum, moisturizers, magnifying mirror, gargle glass and telephones. The Standard non air conditioned rooms have an electronic safe while the Deluxe and Comfort Class rooms pay extra for an in room safe. The rooms are stylishly equipped with a wooden bed and headboard, a wooden bed side table, a chest on which sits the television and in a hollow space at the bottom sits the refrigerator and a study table with a mirror mounted on the wall in front of it. The Comfort Class rooms are much larger spaces with the furniture spread out and a double seated sofa with steel legs and a wooden glass top coffee table. The rooms mostly have the same amenities with the only difference lying in the size of the rooms, air conditioning and lockers.

Services & Facilities:
Added services & facilities offered by the hotel include safe deposit lockers, travel desk, sightseeing tours, laundry service, doctor on call, ample car parking space, internet surfing facility and acceptance of all major credit cards.

The hotel's restaurant is in a separate building, one block away from the main hotel. The Nandhini Deluxe Family Restaurant can accommodate 400 persons and is open for lunch (11:30 am to 3:30 pm) and dinner (6:30 pm to 10:30 pm) and only serves an a la carte menu. Alcohol is served here and this space is embellished with glass-partitioned cubicles.

Banquets & Conferences:
The conference hall is located beside the reception and lobby. It has 2 entrances, one from the lobby and one from the exterior. It looks like an entirely separate building from the exterior. It can accommodate a total of 200 people in informal seating and standing. A banquet can be set up here at the back of the room. This space is lit with white lights on a false ceiling. Plants line the borders of the room. All audio visual equipment and other writing paraphernalia are included with renting out this conference hall.

Hotel Nandhini is great for corporate groups and anyone traveling on business. If looking for a place to stay with family and friends, this is a good option for that as well.

Hotel Nandhini is located in close proximity to Bangalore?s central trading centres ? the City Market, Avenue Road and JC Road. It?s also just 4 kilometres from the famous MG Road and the railway station. The airport is 14 kilometres away

Star Category:
City: Kodaikanal
Apple Valley is a very modern hotel that offers 3 star services at budget prices. It is located on the Anna Salai in Kodaikanal. Providing luxurious accommodation and warm hospitality, the Apple Valley's staff is very courteous, and makes sure that every single guest is treated with care and utmost attention.

The 23 rooms at Apple Valley, are spacious and comfortable, and are divided into the following categories: Deluxe (6 rooms), Super deluxe (11 rooms), Triple Deluxe (3 rooms), Honeymoon Suite (2 rooms) and Family Suite (1 room). All rooms have the following amenities: attached bathroom with hot and cold water and bath tub, balcony/sit out, telephone, mineral water, and cable television. Deluxe rooms have regular CRT televisions, and all Super Deluxe (and higher) rooms have LCD televisions. All rooms have hot and cold-water dispensers.

Apple Valley has an indoor multi-cuisine restaurant that offers tasty and wholesome fare. They also have a spacious terrace where tables can be spread and dinner can be served under the moon, giving a spectacular bird's eye view of the city. Please note that only breakfast is served in the restaurant, while lunch and dinner is available on room service basis only as of now.

Facilities at Apple Valley include: a business centre, taxi services, doctor on call, guide service, laundry, and a travel desk.

The hotel is located on Anna Salai in Kodaikanal. It is 1 km from the Kodaikanal Lake, 2 km from Bryant Park, and less than 1 km from Coaker's Walk. The distance to Coimbatore Railway Station is 155 km, and 150 km to Madurai Airport.

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