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Sat, 31 Mar – Sun, 01 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
104 , 105 , T.S.R, Big Street , Kumbakonam , 612001 | Show on Map
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Hotel SIVA Internationalis roughly 0.5 km from Arulmigu Vyazha Somesar Temple and 2 km from Kumbakonam Railway Station. The property in Kumbakonam is a value for money accommodation having a front desk that offers 24-hour assistance to its patrons.
There are a total of 30 well-kept rooms that are equipped with essential requisites.
A host of conveniences available in the rooms include television set, large bed, drinking water, makeup mirror, ceiling fan, chair, attached bathroom and hot/cold water facility. Some of the rooms have an air-conditioner attached to it. Apart from good accommodation in Kumbakonam, the property provides room service, laundry and medical aid to its patrons.
There is parking space and front desk available within the premises. Nearby points of interest to drop by include Arasalar River (2 km) and Sarangapani Temple (0.5 km). Hotel SIVA Internationalis 1 km away from Thiruvalluvar Bus Depot and 91 km from Tiruchirapalli International Airport.
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Price for 1 NightRs. 540
Double Room Non A/c
by byepassedheart on
Over the last few years or so,an ardent desire has been building up to visit Tirunallar,the holy abode of Lord Saneeswara,as often as possible,not out of fear but out of reverence and affection and to have a glimpse of his beautiful self at the huge Temple dedicated for him. Although the past trips had been a one day affair covering Lord Saneeswara's Temple and some other Temples as well, with Kumbakonam being the base,this year we decided to make a round trip starting from Lord Vaidyanatha Swamy Temple,covering Temples of Lord Budhan,Lord Kethu and landed up at Tirunallar by evening. Although we had a prior booking at another place,on reaching there and finding it to be at a desolate place rather unoccupied,slowly becoming desperate we decided to move towards Karakkal to find a decent place to stay. But Lord Saneeswara seemed to have other plans. As we were about to exit Tirunallar,a youngster came running towards us beckoning to us to stop and on stopping he went on to explain that he was a rep of Hotel Siva International and whether we needed accm. Taking him to be a pesky tout we almost shooed him away but wise counsel prevailed.After all what were we going to lose by looking up at what he had to offer. So parking the car in front of the Hotel we entered the Hotel and were in for a pleasant surprise. The room shown to us was big enough for atleast six adults,with a toilet at one of the corners. On deeper examination,the room was observed to be quite clean with good and fresh linen,equipped with two double cots,an A/c and a new TV set. The toilet had a geyser,functional and clean plastic buckets and mugs. Although for parking there was enough space to park a few cars, parking in the frontage of the Hotel was no risk. Without hesitation we checked in and off it was to the Holy tank "Nala Theertham"for a holy dip and a darshan of Lord Saneeswara,after blessings from Lord Dharbaranyeshwara. Back at the Hotel it was hitting the bed for a sound sleep, Morning followed in a few hours and it was checkout time which was hassle free. Although the Hotel lacks a restaurant,getting food nearby was no hassle. Strongly recommended for stay with families.And others of course.
by Bell1987 on
My boyfriend and I stayed here in March 2013 during a 5 month stint in India. I don't think this town has much to offer in tourist budget accommodation but we loved our stay here. Okay our bathroom was very smelly and the building is a ramshackle mess but it has so much character and the managers were very curtious with excellent restaurant recommendations (5 stars for Hotel Archana just down the street for mouthwatering Tamil Nadu 'meals' and breakfasts). Also our room was huge! Work your way up through this giant maze of a hotel to the rooftop at dusk for great views over the town. Siva International is a fine budget choice for a short stay.
by Ed T on
I would rate it 4/5 but I know this place isn't everyone's cup of tea. The building was incredible, looking like a formerly glamorous establishment that had fallen into disrepair. The roof top views are brilliant as is the roof top itself. The whole thing has quite an eerie feel to it which was amplified as we were one of only two occupied rooms in such a massive building. A little dirty but nothing awful and our bedroom was huge with a battery as back up power during power cuts. The staff were all very friendly and gave us a number of delicious restaurant recommendations over the few days we stayed there. To some this may sound awful but I personally enjoyed our stay very much.
by Arasu58 on
It was a pleasant stay in this hotel,we a family of 4 with 2 teenage children had a good stay here during our visit to the temples. The place was very busy due to on going festival .The rooms were very big ,tidy and clean...the staffs were very helpful. Though we did not expect perfection...it was fine we managed with the standards. Round the corner we found a Muslim food outlet...the Briyani was excellent....also did some shopping...was good an price reasonable compared to here in Malaysia with lots of choices....we learned to adapt to the situation....and go along
by bigdanlittlemary on
We stayed here for a few days during a very busy festival week, which meant there was constant activity from the temples, and non stop processions. Very beautiful, but meant no sleep for us, with loud devotional music very early in the morning. The hotel was in a nice bustling (for Kumbakonam) street, but we only found 2 basic thali restaurants nearby. Room was quite big, but very dirty and grim, with a TV and bucket hot water. Staff were quite nice and helpful. Price was 600rs, a bit overpriced for the quality of the room.
by Arasu58 on December 11, 2012
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