Kovalam Beach Resorts

Kovalam in the Indian state of Kerala is an abode of peace and a stay at the Kovalam beach resorts can really rejuvenate ones mind, body and soul. With the ultimate romantic settings, the Kovalam Beach resorts are ideal for couples on honeymoon and some people even opt to get married in these resorts. With facilities of International standards, a stay at the Kovalam beach resort is an ideal way of fleeing from the mundane existence of urban life.

The Kovalam Beach resorts allow their guests to take a dip in complete luxury and relax while the resort takes care of all their needs. From a multi cuisine palate of dishes to ayurvedic treatments, the Kovalam beach resorts have it all. In close proximity to the sea, the Kovalam beach resorts also offer various recreational activities. Water sports obviously dominate the arena of sports in these Kovalam Beach Resorts. One can enjoy, swimming, catamaran cruises, sunbathing, snorkeling etc. Relax or enjoy the water sports, the Kovalam beach resorts are an ideal hideaway for the tired city dwellers.

There are different types of Kovalam Beach resorts and many of them have themes. While some are heritage resorts, there are also some budget resorts in Kovalam. All these Kovalam beach resorts are established with the intention of providing the tourists with a Godly experience and the true essence of Kerala. The most popular Kovalam Beach resorts include:

  • Swagath Holiday Resort, Kovalam
  • Bright Resort, Kovalam
  • Pappukutty Beach Resort, Kovalam
  • Kadaloram Beach Resort, Kovalam

Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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