No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gurupriya Kodaikanal
Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
... losing him we decided to splurge a little and are in a prime position next to baskin n robbins and a 5 minute walk to the lake. The staff here are lovely, very friendly and funny. The door man keeps singing to me and wants me to take him to Australia. We also have breakfast, wifi and a huge range of English tv available. At breakfast we counted about 20 staff catering for our every need where yes, once again we were watched while we ate.
... a relief), grab a few gifts for friends, and head to sleep.
The main part of that first day was meeting Das. He was probably 40 years old at least, though visibly shorter and lighter than any of us. He had a warm smile and white five oclock shadow. We’re walking up to Coaker’s Walk, a scenic view for tourists, when he approaches us. “You want trekking?” He asks. We look at each other, all a bit apprehensive of the situation before us. None of us ...
... one was creating an echo we were not really sure what to do, but after consulting a local we wert back down to the water’s edge.
After seeing a boy whistling Annabelle had do to one better, belting out a full on two fingered builders whit who whistle It was hilarious as it was so loud everyone turned to look … and all the local girls giggled. We then heard a boy whistling and in true Annabelle fashion ...
... decrease in temperature. Kodai is a city filled with small shops, friendly people, and busy streets during the "season". Many people from the plains have traveled to Kodai to avoid the heat during this time of year. Kodai has a very nice high school, as well as middle and elementary schools that were founded by Christian missionaries. Our group visited them several times, and at least for me, ...
... driver as soon as we got off the bus. The following day we booked a day tour to a few local places which we decided to end at lunch time. It is a really nice area with tea plantations and a much cooler temperature due to it being 2000m above sea level. There was really nice home made chocolate in Munnar whic we ate on more than one occasion..
Ah also laid my first cabel today, good consistancy, no problems there so ...