Wild Palms Guesthouse

Mathrubhumi Road, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Kerala, 695035, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Mathrubhumi Road, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), is near Varkala Beach, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Puthenmalika (Kuthiramalika) Palace, and Sixam Holidays.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWild Palms Guesthouse Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

    Reviewed by cytravel

    Wonderful Service

    Reviewed Nov 7, 2009
    by (12 reviews) Portland, OR , United States Flag of United States

    We loved our stay here. It was great to be out of the city at a seaside hotel. The service was wonderful and the food was great.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wild Palms Guesthouse Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

    Neyyardam Exposure

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Feb 25, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... to pick up our leftovers is never heard here. All those plastic bottles of specialized cleaning products that I'm sure populate the shelf below your sink are non-existent here and are replaced by the simple cake of "do it all" soap. Toilet paper is an endangered specie as we're told that the sewage system is not capable of the paper waste. Most toilets we have seen/used will have what's called a "bum gun." A short hose with a squirting gun attached much like the ...

    My Moment of Silence

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jan 30, 2014

    My Moment of Silence.



    “‘When Someone is seeking’ said Siddhartha, ‘it happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything; unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy ...

    Mumbai, Kochi and Varkala

    A travel blog entry by lauraandjim on Apr 24, 2013

    4 comments, 45 photos

    ... on the boat was ridiculously hot but it was fun spending the night moored out on the backwaters.

    Day 8-9

    Headed down to Varkala which gave us our first experience of Indian trains. Our first one was 50minutes late and we'd been dropped off at the station over an hour early but was fine once we got on - we accidentally got on a ladies only carriage but Jim's Indian lady impression didn't seem to go down too well so we had to move ...

    Wasp stings; laundry and mongooses !

    A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Dec 20, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... with Bob, Geri and Peder on our last evening there , not a late crazy one as we had a train to catch at 2 am on the 19th Dec.

    After Martin's last night out with Peder - ending at 6.30 am ( yes another ear bashing for Martin !) where Peder lost his shoes and he told me Martin fell asleep in the bar , I was not keen on them being left alone !

    I was glad to leave , the mosquito's were not so bad at the South end of the beach but I got a ...

    Sights and Sounds of Varkala Beach

    A travel blog entry by india2012 on Feb 25, 2012

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... for all. His long wavy blond hair spilled over the side of the wall, and his hands, complete with vermilion nail polish swept the ground on either side. Needless to say, he attracted a lot of attention from both women and men.

    Although there are not many beggars here, the ones there are are suffering from extreme handicaps - no legs, withered legs, amputated limbs, hands burned with fingers welded together by fire. Then there are itinerant hawkers, of necklaces, ...