Munnar Accomodation

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Hi..I will be staying in Munnar for 2 nights in January 2009.. Sienna seems to be at the high end. Are there any other hotel in the range of INR 2000-3000 per night. Have anyone heard of Windy Hills in Munnar?
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Originally Posted by m.shamila View Post Hi..I will be staying in Munnar for 2 nights in January 2009.. Sienna seems to be at the high end. Are there any other hotel in the range of INR 2000-3000 per night. Have anyone heard of Windy Hills in Munnar?
Hi Shamila,

You can try ayur county resorts, very nice hotel/view, it is located 10-15 km away from munnar town. you can give it a try.

I'll recommend it, within your budget also.

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ya, stay outside town, if you can afford it. Most of them are lovely. The town is the usual grubby confusion that buzzkills the whole reason for being there, although I've seen worse and noisier . . .
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Not sure about Windy Hills, but Club Mahindra's resort is pretty good as well. It is about 20 km outside of Munnar town and offers excellent facilties.

Tea County is another good option. Its much more central, but not as much in terms of recreation and indoor sports.
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how many of you are occupying? 2 or more? within Munnar is quiet expensive as my fellow members said.
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Tea County is a nice opportunit. Check out the rates.

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Club Mahindra is the best, although its quite far from the town. If you need to come to town, it becomes very expensive to hire a car. Tea county is outside the town, but not as far as compared to Club Mahindra. You can also check tall trees.

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Thanks all..Tea county,club mahindra & tall trees looks expensive. Could it possibly be around 2000-3000?
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Originally Posted by m.shamila View Post Thanks all..Tea county,club mahindra & tall trees looks expensive. Could it possibly be around 2000-3000?
All the above three costs more than Rs 3000/-
You can check IM hotels section or holidayiq.com or travelguru.com for the lists of hotels in the range of 2k to 3k.

By the way, I did stay once in Oak trees about six yrs back. It was a new hotel at that time. Hotel was good, but we were the only guests at that time.

Happy holidays!
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Check this link for accommodation. Though it is a club, they offer accommodation to non members. You can get in touch with them. However i believe they dont offer for more than 3 days. The site has the room tariffs also.
http://highrangeclubmunnar.com
There is another place called Ivy Cottage. You could contact them at 09447030752, a chap by the name Kuriakose. Their doubleroom rates are 1500-2000.(you could bargain for the lower end)
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Unfortunately I ran out of time to go and have a look at the
High Range Club,Will more than likely stay there next time.

Another IM Member said it was great.

I did have a look at the Munnar Inn which is right in the middle of town. I was quite impressed with the rooms and Tarrif.I know
for a fact that the Silver Spoon restaraunt is still operating
at the bottom of Munnar Inn.

rgds

vandy

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