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Located in God's own country, Thiruvananthapuram serves as the state capital of Kerala. The city was established by Marthanda Varma, the legendary military expert who decisively defeated the Dutch and ended their reign as a colonial power. It is best if the summer months from March to May are avoided. As Thiruvananthapuram is near the coast, it is one of the first places to receive the monsoons and has a cool winter. Being the state capital, there are plenty of hotels in Thiruvananthapuram. The main categories include Ayurvedic resorts, beach-side hotels, one to five-star hotels and budget accommodations.
Treebo has three of the best hotels in Thiruvananthapuram. You can now book Treebo hotels in Thiruvananthapuram ranging from INR 1349 to INR 5299 only. Travellers hoping to save up on money are likely to search for budget accommodations in Thiruvananthapuram. While many people may be sceptical about these hotels and question their standards, Treebo has taken adequate care to ensure that these hotels feature among the best budget hotels in Thiruvananthapuram with their impeccable service and comfortable accommodations. The rooms are clean and air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms and essential services like a TV with DTH connection, free Wi-Fi, toiletries and complimentary breakfast. Other Thiruvananthapuram hotels are no competition for the Treebo Adrak. Conveniently located within six kilometres from the airport, railways and KSRTC bus stand, it is the preferred destination for most travellers. Treebo Teekay International has great value for money, making it one of the best hotels in Thiruvananthapuram. Attractions such as the Shree Padmanabha Swamy Temple and Attukal Temple are only a stone’s throw away. Treebo The Royal Heritage is the other Treebo hotel in Thiruvananthapuram. Choose from these hotels for a holiday experience like no other!
This city is home to a great many architectural wonders. The Shree Padmanabha Swamy Temple has a one-trillion-dollar treasure chamber, making it the richest temple in the world. Other attractions include the Kowdiar Palace and the Napier Museum. Kovalam Beach, which is just a few kilometres away, is wildly popular among tourists. Apart from the view, there are numerous Ayurvedic and regeneration centres that have perfected the art of healing. Drop by one of the numerous cafes and restaurants that Thiruvananthapuram is known for, like the Villa Maya, Zam Zam, Curry Chatty or Arya Nivas for some delicious food. For authentic vegetarian Kerala cuisine, stop by Mothers Veg Plaza, and you won’t leave there with an empty belly. If you want to shop in Thiruvananthapuram, try your luck with the Pothys and Saphalyam shopping complexes. As Thiruvananthapuram doesn't have a mall as such, these two provide shoppers with a good enough substitute. Whenever you plan to stop by, make sure to check out the best hotels in Thiruvananthapuram, offered by Treebo.