Hotels In Madurai

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Treebo Berrys Boutique

Madurai Junction, Madurai
49 reviews
Treebo Simap Residency

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Meenakshi Temple Area, Madurai
201 reviews


Madurai is one of the oldest cities in India, and its roots date back to the 3rd century BCE. Often referred to as the ‘Temple City’ and the ‘Athens of the East’, Madurai is an extremely popular pilgrimage center in the state of Tamil Nadu. The city, situated on the banks of the Vaigai River, is said to have engaged
in trade with the Roman empire. The city is home to a number of historical monuments, the most prominent ones being Meenakshi Amman Temple (which is visited by millions each year) and Thirumalai Nayak Palace. Madurai has gradually evolved into a melting pot of cultures and arts. Madurai is considered a significant educational and industrial hub in the southern part of Tamil Nadu. Prominent government educational organizations such as the Homeopathic Medical College, Madurai Medical College, Madurai Law College, Agricultural College and Research Institute are also situated in Madurai.

Best Time to Visit Madurai - Madurai is known to be sultry almost two-thirds of the year. The months of February and March are observed to be a period characterized by briskly cold winds. Avoid visiting during the time between March and July as the summer can get excruciatingly hot. August to October is marked by thunderstorms and torrential downpour. The period between November and February is the best time to visit Madurai as the weather is relatively cool with rare occurrences of dew and fog. As Madurai lies equidistant from mountains and the sea, it is subject to two legs of monsoons. Temperatures during the summer months soar to a maximum of 40-42 °C. Winter temperatures, however, range between 18 °C and 29 °C. If you are planning a trip to Madurai for temple visits (which obviously involves being outdoors for a good part of the day), it is advisable to do so during the cooler winter months. Good hotels in Madurai are not a rarity anymore. You should easily be able to find one by doing a little bit of research.


Madurai has a plethora of accommodation options such as luxury resorts, business hotels, executive suites, budget hotels, and home stays catering to different kinds of travel needs. Treebo has made its entry into the bustling hospitality industry of Madurai by introducing two of the best budget hotels in Madurai - Treebo Berrys Boutique in Madurai Junction and Treebo Simap Residency in the Meenakshi Temple area. Both the railway station as well as the airport are easily accessible from either of our properties. Regardless, we would advise you to go ahead and book hotels in Madurai depending on your varied travel requirements. Treebo is sure to impress you with its comfortable selection of rooms and excellent guest servicing.


What sets Treebo properties apart from the rest of the clutter when it comes to hotels in Madurai, is its economical pricing. Moreover, the properties in Madurai have been strategically placed to facilitate easy commute to the various temples located in the city, apart from staying close to easily accessible modes of transport and significant commercial areas. Both our esteemed properties in Madurai provide guests an array of amenities such as fully air-conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms (having a water heater and Treebo-branded toiletries), LCD television with cable/DTH connection, speedy room service, ironing board, guest laundry facility, in-house restaurant and free on-site parking. Take a look at Treebo Berrys Boutique on West Perumal Maistry Street, for example. The property lies just 800 meters away from the illustrious Meenakshi Amman Temple and is a two-minute stroll to the railway station. It also has an in-house restaurant for dining beside proper facilities required to host business events, deeming it one of the best hotels in Madurai for quick visits. Complete your Madurai hotel booking online so that you can straightaway receive your room keys on arrival.


Best Places to Stay in Madurai - Since Madurai is quite tourist-friendly, there are a number of hotels in Madurai to stay at during your visit to the city. Both our properties are positioned right in the heart of the city and are easily accessible to guests. The closeness to the railway station and the airport render Treebo properties some of the best places to stay in Madurai. Execute your temple-hopping plans easily by staying at one of our well-rated properties. Madurai is encompassed by mountain ranges of historical and cultural significance – Samanar Malai, Nagamalai, and Yanaimalai, to name a few. The city’s outskirts are known for their scenic views. Madurai is also regarded as a major textile center and is famous for its high-quality cotton and batik fabrics.

Events in Madurai - The temple city depicts South Indian culture and art at its very best. The city has borne witness to the evolution of Carnatic music right from the 16th century and has churned out famous musicians such as the legendary Madurai Mani Iyer and M.S.Subbulakshmi. Attending a temple concert in this ancient city would give you a better idea. Festivals like Pongal, Chithirai, Festival of Cradle, and Avani Moolam are vivid examples of how the people of Madurai come together for celebrations. The Tamil Nadu Tourism Department also organizes a yearly 15-day dance festival where various forms of dance are showcased by participants. Based on your travels plans, complete your Madurai hotel booking as early as possible.

Experience in Madurai - Stay true to the spiritual vibe of Madurai by paying visits to Meenakshi temple, Alagarkoil Temple, Pazhamudhir Solai, Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam, and Koodal Azhagar Temple. Add Gandhi Museum to the list of check-ins as it carries deep insight into India’s struggle for independence from the colonial rule, apart from the Madurai Government Museum that houses a splendid collection of archaeological discoveries, and the 17th-century Thirumalai Nayak Palace. Most festivals in the city (like Chithirai and Teppam) involve long processions of deities and are quite extravagant. Sample the local cuisine at Murugan Idli Shop which is a favorite among the natives. Idlis, pulao, and biryani constitute a major part of the daily diet of the locals here. Make sure that you try the popular milk-based drink jigarthanda that is served at most street stalls in Madurai. Certain rooftop restaurants such as Surya vegetarian restaurant and Temple view and Garden offer great views of the city. Gift yourself (or an acquaintance) top-quality textiles and handicrafts from some of Madurai’s shopping centers. When it comes to Madurai hotels, Treebo should be on top of your list. Finding accommodation in Madurai has become a lot easier with Treebo.

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Review for Treebo Berrys Boutique
Good rooms .....Best location
“The rooms are decent ......The location is perfect .....The quality of the hotel is value for money ....The complementary breakfast was also nice .....Tried food from the in house restaurant......Punjabi dhaba .....It was really delicious“
review-Hkpattani, 27 Nov 2017

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