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Our Services

  • 58 well equipped air-conditioned rooms
  • Complimentary break fast
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Color television
  • Speciality restaurant, coffee lounge and roof garden restaurant
  • 3 well equipped conference halls(100-200 persons)
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  • Ample car parking
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  • Places of Interest in and around Trichy

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    Srirangam (7 kms)


    Srirangam, surrounded by the waters of river Kaveri on one side and its tributary kollidan on the other, is a 600 acre island-town enclosed within the seven walls of the gigantic Sri Ranganathaswami Temple. There are 21 gopurams, among which the Rajagopuram is the largest in South India. The 72m high 13-tiered gopuram was built in 1987 and dominates the landscape for miles around, while the remaining 20 gopurams were built between the 14th and 17th centuries.

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    Rock Fort Temple


    The Rock Fort temple complex in Tiruchirappalli is an aggregate of three temples - the Manikka Vinayaka temple situated at the foot of the hill, the Uchhi Pillayar Koyil situated at the top of the hill and the Taayumaanava Koyil (Shivastalam) situated on the hill.A steep flight of 437 steps cut into the rock will lead you to this. The temple houses a 100-pillared hall, and a Vimana, covered with gold. This temple was built by the Nayaks, who established the city of Tiruchirapalli.

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    Government Museum


    This is located on Bharathidasan Road. Bronze and stone sculptures are on display here. Admission is free, the museum is open on all days except Fridays.



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    Kudumiyanmalai (25 km)


    The Siva temple here has some interesting inscriptions as well as beautiful sculptures. One of the inscriptions deals with the musical treatise of Mahendravarman Pallava and his experimentation with an eight-stringed instrument called Parivadini.


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    Sittannavasal (58 km)


    Sittanavasal is a site of an ancient Jain monastery with fine fresco paintings in a rock cave. Many of them are typical of the 9th century Pandyan period and include exquisitely detailed pictures of animals, fish, ducks, people gathering lotuses from a pond and two dancing figures. There are also inscriptions dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries. Fresco paintings from the 7th century can be seen on the ceiling of the Ardhamandapam.

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    Gangaikondacholapuram (100 km)


    The Brahadeeswarar temple at Gangaikondacholapuram was conceived and constructed by the Chola King Rajendra - I after his victory over the kingdoms bordering the river Ganga. Apart from the huge Nandi, there are some beautiful sculptures including a dancing Ganesha, a lion-headed well and a stunning figure of King Rajendra being crowned by Siva and Parvati.

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    Thanjavur (54 km)


    The capital of the imperial Chola dynasty a thousand years ago. The magnificent Brahadeeswarar temple dedicated to Lord Siva bears witness to the glory of Chola architecture, sculpture and paintings. A museum in the temple countyard has interesting Chola artefacts.The Saraswathi Mahal Palace was started by the Nayaks of Madurai. The Palace Library instituted by Maharaja Serfoji has a collection of 30,000 palm leaf manuscripts and many rare European books. The Thanjavur Art Gallery has priceless collection of bronze icons and granite sculptures dating from the 9th century AD. Thanjavur is a good place to shop for Thanjavur Art Plates, handicrafts, handwoven silk, bronze icons, intricately inlaid brass work and be jewelled paintings.

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