Hotel Atithi

Address: 126, S. V. Patel Salai, Pondicherry, Union Territory of Pondicherry, 605001, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 126, S. V. Patel Salai, Pondicherry, is near Matrimandir.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Atithi Pondicherry

      Reviewed by carolcobb

      Great start

      Reviewed Oct 6, 2014
      by (8 reviews) Birmingham , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Fab staff food roof bar and pool. Oh and air com.

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

      Reviewed by dijoh2o

      Very worthwhile

      Reviewed Dec 14, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Asmterdam , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Nice room and we enjoyed the rooftop swimming pool and health club. The dining on the fifth floor is also nice.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atithi Pondicherry

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Pondicherry

      October 6, 2014

      A travel blog entry by carolcobb on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment

      New trip itinerary just dreamed up this week so we cycle all the way c2c! Oh dear is this the start of bagging C2C trips round the world? Alex may well say cycle round the world! Cycling is such a good way to see a country , warts and all. Great guides and 3 Tasmanians in group of 11 plus Single rooms without paying extra! Result! The road skills …

      Day 221: French India

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 26, 2014

      1 comment

      ... of sand.' The name was later shortened to Manakula Vinayagar. It is a Hindu temple, Dedicated to the god Ganesh and is said to predate French occupation of the territory. The temple was large with two arch way entries on either side leading to a small courtyard type area with stalls selling religious bits and pieces. Inside the courtyard, at the entrance to the temple was a sad looking elephant blessing people who fed it bananas. The elephant looked so tired and a little drugged up. ...

      BIG UPDATE

      A travel blog entry by cousinharry on Apr 02, 2013

      4 photos

      ... We just jumped into the closest car and had to hop off at the first stop to go to our car. We hopped into the military car which the police thought was hilarious. Was really awkward being in a small car with armed men.

      From Delhi we took a train to Kathgodam. We arrived at about 10:30-11pm. No bus was going to Doagan (final destination) so we walked behind the village and hiked up the side of the mountain until we found a secluded and level spot to camp for the night. ...

      First Weekend of Luxury

      A travel blog entry by talyashalev on Sep 08, 2012

      1 comment

      ... think she realised how much we appreciate her beautiful home.

      Saturday we spent resting, looking around Pondicherry and ding some shopping. I'm in desperate need of some clothes because the heat makes us so sweaty (mmm great thought I know) so we need to change clothes all the time. For dinner we found Pizza Hut where we met the boys who we're volunteering with and were also staying in Pondicherry. I was so tempted to get ...

      Staring at God

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Aug 03, 2012

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... carrying around a single sack of God knows what. He’s wearing his Dhotee with a traditional shirt, both of which look like they haven’t been washed in months. We see these men all the time, sleeping around on the sidewalks and by the edge of the road. They’re the poverty, the very real, depressing, crushing poverty that you will be forced to witness should you choose to make a trip to India. Few countries suffer so harshly as this in the realm of starvation, depravity, ...