Brother's Tourist Home, Alappuzha



The Brother's Tourist Home, Alappuzha is surrounded by spectacular scenery and the guest rooms overlook Kerala's natural beauty. The location of Brother's Tourist Home is near the M.C. Hospital Junction. It is a heritage home, gracefully decorated amidst greenery.

Accommodation in Brother's Tourist Home offers well maintained rooms. The large rooms are elegantly decorated. The rooms are well equipped with all the requirements for tourists to enjoy a comfortable stay. The rooms have attach bathrooms, hairdryers, safe deposit lockers and many more amenities. The personalized services offered in this hotel is flawless. The budgeted price of this hotel is an added reason for its popularity.

Dining at Brother's Tourist Home is sumptuous with the best local food. The food is best in quality and cooked in traditional methods. This hotel is very close to the major attractions in Alleppey. The hosts arranges for fishing, boating trips and other fun at the backwaters. Houseboat trips, backwater tours, motorboat booking, Ayurvedic massages, tourist information and canoing travel guidance are also organized from this hotel. Reception desk round the clock, laundry service, parking lot, currency exchange are some of the facilities at Brother's Tourist Home.

Brother's Tourist Home, Alappuzha is a budget hotel and a perfect retreat for the travelers who seek a tranquil place to spend the vacations.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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