Hotel Cokker'S Tower

Address: Wood Wille Road, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Wood Wille Road, Kodaikanal.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cokker'S Tower Kodaikanal

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

    Air conditioned town

    A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 15, 2013

    2 photos

    ... in to them, I was surprised when the guy at the desk told me to just sign the feedback form and give it to him!!

    More than the sights what stands out is the serenity and pleasant climate of Kodai, it is not a surprise that many of the hotels have no air-conditioning at all. Kodai is an air-conditioned town.


    In spite of the service issues, I would still recommend Hill Country, Kodai. Keep in mind that it is about 6 km away from the Kodai town.

    The Village

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

    96 photos

    ... hard for me to imagine these children throwing fits in a grocery store or screaming for some toy seen in a commercial. These kids had been humbled by the difficulty of their lives. They climbed a mountain to attend school at age 12. They’re village had gotten electricity only three years before, and power outages were more common here than most places in India (and that’s saying a lot). A single pipe ran down their trekking path to give them a bit of rain water from the ...

    Magnificent Munnar

    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Nov 30, 2011

    42 photos

    ... to offer welfare benefits such as free housing, schools, healthcare (even building a hospital) and eventually crèches. They then offered ‘pickers’ jobs to the wives so that the families could benefit from the business.

    Eventually the company also realised that they needed a sustainable source of fuel and illegally imported Eucalypt seeds in the stockings of the Directors wife. Once planted this ...

    Munnar & Tea

    A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 24, 2011

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... how the British began the tea plantations and introduced health care, child care and maternity leave for the workers. All workers at the Tata tea plantations are part owners so you can imagine the incentive for producing quality leaves as they all share in the profits. Tea goes through 5 steps once it is picked:

    1) The loose tea leaves are cut

    2) The tea leaves are then torn/shredded into fine pieces

    Masala Dosa

    A travel blog entry by oddfellow on Mar 02, 2011


    ... walk down the street hand in hand

  • Why in Australia we dont have cows walking down the street
  • Does every body have to spit everywhere
  • Cant the government put covers over the sewers
  • Toilets, why they are so hard to clean
  • We dont have Masala Dosa or Idli available for breakfast back home
  • This is in no way covers all the things Im confused about, I will no doubt add to this later.