Kolhapur is a quaint little town in Maharashtra. Close to Satara, it figures in Maratha history as a kingdom of the Bhonsle royal family. Known most famously for its special type of slippers, the Kolhapuri, this little-visited city has made a lasting impact on the fashion psyche of the country. The best time to visit Kolhapur is between the months of June and February. There are innumerable hotels at Kolhapur. Guests can choose from the range of hotels in Kolhapur based on their specific needs with respect to comfort and proximity to their destination. These include one to five-star hotels, villas, cottages, farmhouses, holiday homes and budget hotels in Kolhapur.
TREEBO HOTELS IN KOLHAPUR
Treebo has one of the best hotels in Kolhapur. One can make a Kolhapur hotel booking from a range of Treebo hotels that start at prices such as INR 1199 – INR 3399 only. When you look for Kolhapur Hotels, Treebo House Khas is the hotel to book your stay in. The property boasts of a balcony with view, Wi-Fi, parking space, an enviable real estate and much more. The rooms are clean, air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms and essential amenities like a TV with DTH connection, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast and toiletries. All this along with friendly staff and quick service easily makes Treebo properties, among the best hotels in Kolhapur.
THINGS TO EXPERIENCE IN KOLHAPUR
Begin exploring the city with a visit to the Palace and the Sahahji Chhatrapati Museum. The museum has a fascinating collection of memorabilia from the past. War weapons that once wreaked havoc on the unfortunate wildlife that crossed paths with the Maharaja are all displayed here. Kushti (wrestling) is something that can be witnessed at the Motibag Taleem, a remnant of the glorious Maratha traditions. These strong “pehelwans” practice the ancient Indian art of wrestling and can invoke fear in even the bravest of us all. One has not truly experienced Kolhapur without tasting their cuisine! This includes the Kolhapuri Lavangi and Kolhapuri masala. Head to Hotel Surabhi, next to the bus stand, to truly experience authentic Kolhapuri food, such as the mouth-watering missal. Not only are the kolhapuri slippers worth buying here, but also the cotton textiles! Kolhapuri sarees are quite well-known and worth checking out. You can also check out the jewellery here – the Kolhapur saaj that many Maharashtrian women adorn themselves with is from this city. You can find all these and more on the Mahadwar, Bhausinji and Shivaji Roads in Kolhapur. So whenever you decide to make a pitstop in Kolhapur, make yourself at home in a Treebo hotel!