Jeevan Beach Resort

Address: Hawah Beach (Lighthouse Beach), Kovalam, Kerala, 695521, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hawah Beach (Lighthouse Beach), Kovalam, is near Lighthouse Beach, Museum Complex, Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, and Mahatma Gandhi Road.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJeevan Beach Resort Kovalam

Reviewed by rahup

They won't let me go to sleep

Reviewed Feb 14, 2014
by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Reached the hotel half way by a small taxi (poorly organised leaving one of the hotel staff members to walk to the hotel from the airport) and half by walking with a hotel boy dragging all the bags. Guy on the night reception desk (4.30am) could hardly speak any English causing us to be delayed getting into our rooms. Even thought Ruchi had booked them 3months in advance to be two A/C room next to each other the night receptionist insisted he puts us in two separate buildings. I'm not sure what star accommodation this is, (if any) but wasn't too impressed not too sure what all the positive reviews are about on trip advisor?!!? The smell of the pillows..... :o! Pretty sure I noticed some sort of stains on the sheets and also might I add the shower room had a leaky butt washer spray right next to the toilet :/

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TripAdvisor Reviews Jeevan Beach Resort Kovalam

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Kovalam

Memories for life

A travel blog entry by emandtim on Feb 16, 2014

36 photos

... cricket player (tough one)/ Indian actor (even harder)/ sport/friend etc. They ended with the question about what our "ambition" was..sure gave you some stuff to think about;) Their English skills varied from quite good to none (but most people are still happy to talk to you) and our Malayalum skills were also non existing. Since it was Saturday they had evening church and with much excitement they told us to join, so we did. After 3 hours of singing prayers in Malayalum ...

Pair of dice

A travel blog entry by emandtim on Dec 12, 2013

9 photos

... so we decided to meet up with him. The train arrived to Trivandrum and from Trivandrum we took a rickshaw to Kovalum. Firoz was staying at an Ashram. This is a smaller hotel that usually provides yoga, meditation and sometimes ayurvetic treatments as well. Since we wanted to spend time together we decided to check in there for 2 nights. Really nice and peaceful place where the day started with 1,5 hours of yoga and at nights we had ...

Lets go Surfing

A travel blog entry by danijoshtravels on Oct 28, 2013

19 photos

... the corner there was a hidden beach cove that no one was on. We couldnt believe it was there after how busy the other beaches were, and it was only round the corner. We climbed up on the rocks to get a better view of the lighthouse and other beach, it was lovely. We spent some time there chilling out before we decided to head back as the tide was coming in and we wernt sure if the beach would get cut ...

One more day of beach

A travel blog entry by jackajaylus on Apr 27, 2013

... genuinely wanted some company but better safe than sorry.

So many people here fit the classic hipster-going-to-India-to-discover-them selves-and-get-high-on-the-beach mould. Makes me sick. Feeling quite ready to move on somewhere new now but again we can't find cheap accommodation online so we're gunna just get the train and see if we can find somewhere, yolo.
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Sad to be leaving Hampi, but on to Kerala next.

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Mar 08, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... only general seating. So we are having a cheap but hot and sticky journey with only the breeze from the open windows and occasional downpour coming in to cool us. We have found that some of the best value for money food is on the trains. You are never short of it being offered either. On longer distance trains the train people come round and take your order for either lunch, breakfast or dinner, then bring it round. It's nice tasty food and always under 100 rupees. Also there is ...