Anamika The Villa, Alappuzha

Anamika The Villa, Alappuzha is a lovely resort set in landscaped gardens and calm atmosphere. The location of Anamika the villa is in the heart of Alappuzha. This resort is rated as 4 star and offers a splendid setting for a lovely vacation in the Venice of the East at reasonable rate.

The ancient mansion of Syrian Christian 'Tharavadu' was renovated into this villa. The resort is a blend of old elegance and contemporary comforts with spacious guest rooms and private bath. Anamika the villa offers three standard guest rooms and one lavish suite. The rooms are decorated in a stately style and are well equipped with necessary commodities of daily use. There are attached bathrooms, extended courtyards, electronic safes, satellite television, direct dial telephones, hairdryers and so on. A healthy breakfast is served along with complimentary newspapers.

Facilities at Anamika the villa include excellent room service round the clock, laundry service, parking lot, currency exchange facilities, travel desk and many more. The villa authorities arrange visits to the Coir village to see the production and methods of weaving Coir or witness the process of traditional gold making in Kerela. Sometimes in the evenings, Kathakali or Mohiniyattom performances enchant the visitors in the courtyard. Mouth watering local dishes prepared by skilled chefs make dining at Anamika the villa a memorable experience.

The serene backdrop and cultural sites at proximity make Anamika The Villa, Alappuzha a popular accommodation in Kerela.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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