Sterling Resorts Kodaikanal



Kodaikanal is a tourist's haven that transports the weary city slickers to an Utopian Elysium. The picture perfect hill station is peppered with hotels and resorts, of which Sterling Resorts Kodaikanal holds a special place.

Kodaikanal Sterling Resorts is spread across the rambling acres of a mountain slope and offer a breathtaking spectacle of the surrounding green carpeted meadows. An undertaking of the renowned Sterling Valley View hotel chain, the resort is one of the forerunners of Kodaikanal's burgeoning hospitality industry.

The splendid architecture, the plush interiors and the elegant decor makes a stay in the hotel truly worthwhile and memorable for tourists. The resort also provides a set of quaint cottages that are equipped with all modern facilities. The state of the art services also makes a stay in the resort an inimitable experience.

Sterling Resorts in Kodaikanal is strategically sited at a distance of 5 km from the local bus stand and is in the proximity of all the major South Indian cities.

The hotel also offers an excellent honeymoon package that incorporates food, drinks, special fruit and chocolate hampers, cake, beverages as well sightseeing packages, surprise gift and complimentary access to all the entertainment facilities provided by the hotel at a cost of Rs. 6300.

The holiday packages provided by the hotel come at a cost of Rs. 7200 per couple. These hotels provide food, beverages, drinks, entertainment as well as comprehensive sightseeing facilities to their guests.

In short, a trip to the hilly paradise and a wonderful stay at Sterling Resorts Kodaikanal is certain to remain etched in the memory of the guests for years to come.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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