Lily's Valley

Amongst the numerous resorts in Kodaikanal, Lily's Valley holds a special place. Kodaikanal is a paradisaical hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu that is famed to be one of the premier tourist destinations of the Indian subcontinent. The popular tourist haven is opulent in hotels and resorts.

Lily's Valley, the first ever resort to be set up in the hill station of Kodaikanal, opened doors in the year 1982. The resort was established at the initiative and patronage of Mr. Raj A. Sukumar. Mr. Sukumar who fell head over heels in love with the stunning hill station on his very first visit and that prompted him to respond with alacrity and make the prudent decision to purchase the property.

Located on the outskirts of Kodaikanal town, Lily's Valley overlooks the panoramic vistas and exudes an overwhelming aura of serenity. The resort is accessible from the main town, being located at a distance of two kilometers from the town's epicenter. The resort sprawls across three acres of beautifully tended terraced gardens, quaint and charming little cottages and plenty of woods and glades. The cottages are segregated into rooms and suites that provide accommodation for couples, families as well as holidaying students as well the corporate clientele.

Some of the specialties of Lily's Valley Resort, a truly conscientious hotel includes a natural hot spring whose gushing water is collected for domestic use. The world class in house restaurant of Lily's Valley boasts of an enviable menu with a spread of fantastic culinary delights.

Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



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