Hotel in Munnar Munnar is a hill station settled on the Western Ghats and often described as the Kashmir of Kerela. The city is outlined with misty mountains and extensive patches of tea gardens that dot its foothills. The three main rivers- Mattupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru flow through Munnar and add to its natural beauty. Previously popular as the British’s summer holiday destination, Munnar is now a honeymooner’s paradise and a nature lover’s retreat. You will fall in love with the cosy chill and the aroma of tea and spice gardens that lingers forever in the air of Munnar. To make the most of the climate visit Munnar between the months of September and February. Do not forget to carry an umbrella or a raincoat because the rains can surprise you anytime. Unlike other hill stations in South India, the glitter of nature and the scenery at Munnar has not been tampered with urbanization or crowds of tourists yet. All hotels in Munnar are strategically built in locations with spectacular views but varies in terms of luxurious arrangements and economical options. Hotels in Munnar vary from estate bungalows, mountain and garden resorts, holiday villas, cottage stays to economical options like hill-side budget hotels. The best hotels in Munnar are dearly priced and at tempting locations, like amidst tea and spice plantations, and away from the crowded centers of the city. The budget hotels in Munnar are mostly found closer to the bus stop, shopping streets and highly preferred by backpackers and travellers in transit.
India’s top rated hotel chain- Treebo is in the mystical city of Munnar. Hotel Heavenly Heights in Pallivasal, now comes with the fresh twist of Treebo. With Treebo’s promise for quality and its much-loved free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, quick service and friendly staff, your perception of a budget hotels in Munnar is going to change forever. The next time you look to book a hotel in Munnar, choose Treebo Heavenly Heights for a good stay at an awesome price. The property is ten minutes away from the main bus stand and offers rooms attached with a balcony that opens to the awe-inspiring hill-scape of Munnar. Treebo Heavenly Heights also offers the convenience of an in-house restaurant, a travel desk and on-site parking space. Munnar hotels are overbooked during the peak tourist season (September to February) but with Treebo’s quick booking process, convenient payment options, easy cancellation and full refund (T&C applies) policies, you can book your stay first and plan your vacation, next. Book a Treebo now, the hills in Munnar await you.
Munnar Hotels, in the lap of nature and made comfortable with modern amenities, are alone enough to make your vacations blissful, but that is not it. There is no dearth of places to visit in Munnar. Boating is popular here and you can enjoy it at Mattupetti Dam, Kundala Lake and Echo Point. The experience is a dreamy affair with the view of clouds sweeping down the mountains, the chill in the air, the wind in your hair and water reflecting the colours of the sky and the enchanting landscape. If you want to discover what is above and beyond the clouds for real, Top Station, 37 km from Munnar, with magnificent views of the Western Ghats is where you should land up. The way to this tourist attraction is through a blanket of clouds that get denser with height and an open jeep ride does the best justice to the experience at this place. If you are a fan of timeless memories and cherish holiday-photographs, you can relive those moments at the Tata Tea Museum. After strolling and capturing the mesmerising shades of greens in their extensive tea gardens, get an instant picture of you clicked by photographers crowding the streets, outside the museum. The photographers offer head-bands and a tea-leaf basket as props to fit you in the look of the locals and at a very low cost, your photograph is readied in minutes. The Eravikulam National Park (Rajamalai Park) and the Anamudi Peak inside the park is a combo of leisure and adventure. A safari ride into the park lets you catch glimpses of wildlife in their natural habitat and it is pure joy if you watch them from a safe distance. With the permission of the forest department, you can trek to South India’s highest peak- Anamudi. On your way, you will be greeted by the Atlas Moth (the largest of its kind) and the Nilgiri Thar – the endangered mountain goat. The view from the peak is so incredible that you fall short of words to describe it but the feeling is overwhelming. Try it once to carry your own story back. You cannot leave without tasting the local favourites- spicy cashew nuts and chilly bhaji with hot tea. Local vendors sell them on the streets and these delights keep you company on long evening walks. Tea, spices, sandalwood, natural oils and handicrafts are the specialties of Munnar. You will find unlimited shops selling these at the local market and you can buy them for a very cheap price with your bargaining skills.