Hill County Holiday Resorts

Just a few minutes drive from the Kodaikanal Lake, adorned by the best of nature, is the Hill County Holiday Resort.

Emphasizing on the old town charm of Kodaikanal, the Hill County Holiday Resorts manifest the true essence of the hill beauty. Covering a total area of 5 acres, the Hill County Resorts in Kodaikanal is set amidst lush green valleys and rolling mountains that add an extra degree of glamor to the place.

Twined with such beauty of nature are the state of art amenities which are sure to magnify the charm of ones vacation. A stay in one of the best resorts in Kodaikanal, Hill County Holiday Resorts is sure to be fun filled, relaxing and pleasant.

Accommodation at the Kodaikanal Hill County Holiday Resorts are of different categories and are reasonably priced. The Hill County Resort has separate categories of rooms for families, honeymoon couples and big groups.

All the rooms at the Hill County Holiday Resorts are airy and offer spectacular views of the mountains and the valleys. The room rates vary according to the type of the room:

Room Type Off Season Season
Deluxe Cottage Rs. 3100 Rs. 3600
Deluxe Suite Rs. 2300 Rs. 2800
Regular Suite Rs. 1850 Rs. 2200
Double Room Rs. 1600 Rs. 1900

The Hill County Holiday Resorts in Kodaikanal offer a number of facilities. These include:
  • Dedicated room service
  • Running hot and cold water
  • Room with views
  • Bar and Restaurant
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Children Play Area
  • Extra Bed
  • Library
  • Health Club
  • Sight Seeing Tours
  • Doctor on Call
  • Evening Entertainment
  • In-house Provision Store
  • CCTV
  • Travel Desk
  • Conference Facilities
  • Billiards
  • Shuttle Court

Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



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