Kodai Lakeview



In tune with the natural beauty of Kodaikanal, the Kodai Lakeview resort adds a new dimension to the magnificence of the hill town.

Located 2133 meters above the sea level, the Kodai Lakeview Resort is complimented by rolling hills, meandering brooks, verdant dales and the gorgeous Kurunji flowers. The Kodai Lakeview Resort nestles in the lap of nature, just besides the Kodaikanal Lake and circumscribed by colossal hills.

The elegance of the Kodai Lakeview Resort compliments the aura of the hills and valleys that surround it. Accommodation at the Kodai Lakeview Resort are mainly in the form of apartments, which can be either, compact, regular or twins. However, some rooms are also available for the guests.

Dinning at the Kodai Lakeview Resort in Kodaikanal is a treat in itself. The multi- cuisine restaurant at the resort is known as the "Kurinji". This restaurant at the Kodai Lakeview Resort is open for service from 7 in the morning to 10:30 in the night. The resort provides a coffee shop with a perfectly relaxing ambiance.

One of the best resorts in Kodaikanal, the Kodai Lakeview Resort is also facilitated with a well equipped conference hall. The other facilities at the Kodai Lakeview resort include:
  • Guide Services
  • Garden/lawn
  • Nursery (for plants)
  • CC TV
  • Coffee Shop
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Car parking
  • Banquet Hall
  • Laundry Service
  • Outdoor Games
  • Kiddies Club
  • Courier
  • Grocery Store
  • Amphitheater
  • Camera
  • Indoor Games
  • Cycle on rent
  • Doctor on call
  • Children Play Area
  • Library


Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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