MUNNAR HOTELS FOR FAMILY
A beautiful hill station famous for its sprawling tea estates, Munnar is an idyllic destination away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Surrounded by lush green hills and home to endangered species such as the Neelakurinji and the Nilgiri Tahr, Munnar provides an awesome escape for those looking to make the most of the weekend. The nearest airport is the Cochin International Airport which is around 110 km away while the near nearest railway station is in Aluva which is approximately 130 km away. From here, there are a number of state-run buses, cars and taxis that you can hire and get to this pristine hill destination in Kerala.Having planned a trip to Munnar with your kith and kin and in need of family rooms in Munnar? Well, given that this hill station is a popular tourist destination, there are a number of budget hotels in Munnar for family. These hotels are kid-friendly and offer a plethora of services and amenities that include arranging for events for the family, handing out freebies to keep children busy, having an in-house recreational centre equipped with games, providing a cot for toddlers and a kid-friendly menu at their in-house restaurant. Some of the best hotels in Munnar for family provide free meals for children below a certain age and the presence of an in-house swimming pool (kids pool) included.If you are an adventure junkie or a nature enthusiast, there’s much for you to see and explore in Munnar. To begin with, the Eravikulam National Park, the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary and the numerous tea plantations should make it to your travel itinerary. Photo Point, Rose Garden, Echo Point, Mattupetty Dam, Top Station, Attukad Waterfalls, Kundala Dam and Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary and The Christ Church are popular tourist attractions that you just have to visit in Munnar. If you are looking for scrumptious local cuisine, head to Sree Mahaveer Bhojanalaya Restaurant, SN Restaurant and Copper Castle. The perfect take away from your trip to Munnar would definitely be coffee, tea and yes, spices. Thanks to the number of local street stalls and shops, homemade chocolate, aromatic oils and handmade paper and greeting cards.Looking forward to adventure sports? Munnar is a popular destination for trekking, rappelling and rock climbing.