Grand Palace Hotel & Spa Yercaud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Palace Hotel & Spa Yercaud
I was there in Yercaud 2011 October. I was driving from Bangalore and it was a sunny day and when i reached the hotel, there was no AC in a 3K per night booking. I was a little disappointed. The hotel location is good, it has a nice hill view. Has a recreation room and a badminton court, above all there is a foosball table. The dining and the attached facilities are good. I didn't try the spa, so can't comment on that. Overall I felt its "not so great".
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Yercaud is a hill station just an hour's drive from Salem. It is part of the Shevaroys range of hills in the eastern ghats. With an altitude of approx 1500 meters, it is a popular tourist destination, for those who intend to escape the heat as well as the hustle of the cities we live in.
With Uncle Robert on the wheels, we were able to start on the drive at around 6PM. After tackling 20 hair pin bends, we reached the Shevaroy's Hotel in an hour or so. We felt the ...
... reading and having samosas/coffee. We were picked up by Uncle Robert at Salem station, from where we went on to their home in Salem, where Shirley Aunty showered us with her warm welcome and hospitality. After having a satisfying dinner, we went off to a well deserved sleep after a tiring train journey during the day.
The next day, saw us visiting the Calvary Assembly of God Church, where Uncle Robert is the Senior Pastor, with ...
... witnessed. 1,600 year old sculptures, ceilings of vibrant color, and wandering sadhus all add to that sense of spiritual India that so many people come to find. Here, foreigners aren’t aloud to see inner sanctums. Only Hindus can lay eyes on that holy of holies. These people come not to flaunt their status or add something memorable to their lives. They come to pray, and snapping photos of a man bent in more devotion than I’ve ever felt seems a bit beyond offensive. ...
... to get his attention. There was nothing showy about it. It felt very much like I was watching modern daily life, not a recreation of a tradition that had passed into obscurity.
With the words ringing in through my thoughts, I take to gazing out the window again. My eyes are glued to the glass as everything we pass seems to be a scene from a book I might’ve read. I’d spent so much time researching, so much time look at maps and imagining this ...
... flight of stairs led us down to the bottom of the canyon, the
coracle owners, carrying the approx 50-60 Kg coracle on their shoulders,
making it appear an easy task. Our coracle operator was our guide as
well, explaining us of the location and the various movies that had been
shot in this place. In no time, we were taken near the base of the
waterfalls, the water spraying all over us, the coracle operator, trying
his best to keep it under control, ...