Chrissie's Hotel

Address: By-Pass Road, Thekkady, Kerala, 685536, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on By-Pass Road, Thekkady.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsChrissie's Hotel Thekkady

      Reviewed by carolcobb

      Rainforest charm

      Reviewed Oct 11, 2014
      by (8 reviews) Birmingham , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      2 nights here. Hope monkeys haven't nicked the washing. Food great

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

      Reviewed by bubblyb23

      European Change

      Reviewed Jan 11, 2014
      by (18 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

      The hotel is run by Chrissie who came here 10 years ago. Her staff are wonderful, very helpful. The rooms are large. The menu is distinctly European, do not expect to find an assortment of Indian meals. The only problem is wifi is only available in the reception area.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Chrissie's Hotel Thekkady

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      Travel Blogs from Thekkady

      Animal Safari

      A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 11, 2014

      6 photos

      It's an early start, the jeep picks me up at 515 am and we head to Periyar Tiger Reserve. Don't let the name deceive you, there has been 3 tiger sightings in the sat 10 years. The reserved in 925km2, there are about 44 tigers in the reserve along with elephants, monkeys, buffalo, giant squirrels, lots of birds and snakes. I am sharing the jeep with …

      Kumily

      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Sep 09, 2013

      4 comments, 21 photos

      ... This area is also important to local tribes and they are allowed to enter each morning to fish, collect food and keep their traditional life. However they do not live in the park but have been rehomed on the edge.

      The trip starts by taking a small bamboo raft which you stand upright on and it is pulled across a small part of the river. Now the rafts are supposed to be sturdy but they bend when people are on them and this makes them become quite slippery and a little scary ...

      Commuting Between Kochi And Kumily

      A travel blog entry by thestewarts on Apr 04, 2012

      50 photos

      ... we didn’t get to see too much in the way of animals (monkeys, birds, bison and wild boar), it was a pleasant experience.

      We headed back for some breakfast and a rest before visiting an ayurvedic spice plantation, Deepa World (100R), which was really interesting as well as pretty amusing down to our charismatic guide Assis. We picked up some wonderful organic spices, then had another wonderful meal at the Ambadi Restaurant, which looks a bit on ...

      Shhhh it's behind you!

      A travel blog entry by gemmandmatt on May 12, 2011

      ... area. After creeping forward another
      20 or so metres we could just about make out two elephants about 25
      metres down a hill through jungle. It was amazing! We crouched and
      watched for a few minutes watching the tear up some branches and
      chew on them whilst I got some pictures with my pap lens. Then the
      elephants appeared to be coming towards us! According to our guide
      elephants have three warning signs when they are about to charge-
      first they stamp their ...

      A Priest, an elephant and an asylum

      A travel blog entry by caznjasonescape on Jan 13, 2010

      24 photos

      ... on the street or be dead. Religion aside, it’s a moment where I see that the Church supports many people here – schools, hospitals and homes like this would not exist if it weren’t for the riches of the oldest organisation on the planet.

      That evening, over a veritable banquet of Keralan cuisine. Rev Zach attempts to explain the intricacies of the history of Christianity in India, now known as the Church of South India. Having lived all over the world as ...