Villa Retreat



Amongst the numerous resorts peppered all over Kodaikanal, the Villa Retreat holds a special place. The picture perfect hill station Kodaikanal is a tourist's haven abounding in lofty hills and undulating valleys, enveloped in lush foliage.

The hill station is opulent in accommodation options that cater to the affluent, the bourgeoisie as well as the proletariat.

Sited amidst the breathtaking locales and exuding an aura of tranquil quietude, the Villa Retreat, a forerunner of Kodaikanal's hospitality industry is the ideal retreat for tourists yearning to escape the claustrophobic confines of chaotic city life. The scenic rhapsodies and the overwhelming serenity provide tourists the opportunity to relax indolently in the lap of nature.

The architecture of Villa Retreat in Kodaikanal bears a strong semblance with the Victorian style chalets and villas. The cozy resort provides accommodation in its 3 quaint and cozy cottages in the Old Block that offers a spectacular view of the acres of rambling lawns and beautifully tended gardens. The New Block houses the 8 plush deluxe rooms in the New Block.

Villa Retreat is strategically sited beside the Coakers Walk, at a stone's throw distance from the popular tourist attractions and the local bus stand.

The resot is a paradise, nestled in a secluded corner away from the raucous cacophony of a concrete jungle. The sylvan Kodai Lake that shimmers like a mirage of quicksilver, the rambling Bryant Park and the colorful and busy local market place are located in the propinquity of the hotel.

Villa retreat is centrally located, right beside Coakers Walk, within walking distance of the popular Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, market place and Kodaikanal Bus-stand, yet, totally secluded and away from all the hustle and bustle of Kodai town.

Villa Retreat, eager to maintain its supreme position as the undisputed monarch of the resorts in Kodaikanal, offers the best services that money can buy so that tourists can enjoy a wonderful vacation.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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