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Coimbatore, also known as Kovai, acts as a gateway to destinations such as Kodaikanal, Ooty, Coonoor, Palani, Athirapally, and Munnar. The city is often regarded as the chief transportation hub to get to many a destination in South India. Coimbatore’s affinity to the cotton/textile industry has given it the name “Manchester of South India”. Coimbatore showed signs of industrial growth in the early 19th century at the time when Sir Robert Stanes launched new Spinning & Weaving Mills. The city enjoys exceptional connectivity with the other major cities in India through various modes of transport. Gandhipuram Central Bus Station, Coimbatore Junction Railway Station and Coimbatore International Airport (CJB) have played key roles in bringing plenty of visitors to the city. Coimbatore benefits from pleasant weather all year round. A good number of business hotels in Coimbatore meet the accommodation needs of business travelers on a daily basis. The best business hotels in Coimbatore are likely to be situated either at/in the vicinity of Kutchery Road, Gandhipuram or R.S Puram. Coimbatore Tidel Park is the major I.T hub in the city, where companies like Wipro and TCS are open for business. Most business hotels offer its guest the advantages of free WiFi, in-house conference rooms (with required furnishings and equipment), remain conveniently accessible and enable speedy check-ins and check-outs. An in-house restaurant providing breakfast, lunch and dinner commonly form part of business hotels. Some of the well-liked tourist spots in (and relatively near to) Coimbatore are Marudhamalai Andavar temple, Pateeswarar temple, G.D. Naidu Museum, Eachanari Vinayagar Temple, Amaravathi dam, Black Thunder water theme Park, Dhyanalinga and Monkey Falls. For dining, check out La Cafe, The French Door, Cafe Totaram, Bench Cafe or one of the many Cafe Coffee Day outlets in the city. Although Coimbatore residents are mostly Hindus, festivals from other religions are also celebrated with the same levels of ardor.
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