Sona Tourist Home

Alleppey is the best place to bask in nature's bounty with coconut palms dotting the vast plantation estates and the pristine beaches embellishing the sea shore. All that is needed to discover the umpteen beauty and the serenity of nature in Kerala is keen observation. Allowing the space and time to do so is the Sona Tourist Home in Alleppey. One of the most sought after Alappuzha accomodations, this hotel provides the appropriate recline for tourists who want to explore the intimate moods of mother nature.

Sona Tourist Home Services

Whatever may the category of the room be, air-conditioned or non-air conditioned, the Sona Tourist Home rooms are airy and have a splendid ventilation system. Overlooking the green regalia of the landscape, the windows in the rooms provide an enigmatic experience. Each of the rooms have attached bath that are generously equipped with all the required bathroom accessories. Some of the other Sona Tourist Home services include:

  • Money Changing Facility
  • Travel assistance
  • Room service
  • Laundry service
  • Recreational facilities
The adjoining restaurant -Flora Park proves to be a best hangout place for gourmets. The culinary delicacies served here are a mix of traditional and international cuisines. The magic of spices and the magic of nature, together, produce an effect that is not going to efface from the memory in the years to come. A stay at the Sona Tourist home is going to sate your search for a leisurely vacation.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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