Ramkrishna Hotel, Thiruvannamalai
No: 34-F, Polur Road, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu 606601
Ranked 8 amongst 48 hotels in Thiruvannamalai
Top Reviews of Ramkrishna Hotel
When I traveled at Thiruvannamalai (Kanchipuram), then I stayed in Ramakrishna Hotel Thiruvannamalai. Location was fine. Look wise, it was charming. I stayed there for one night. Hotel services were excellent. Restaurant was very nice. Food was delicious. Rooms were neat and clean. There were no problems to reach the hotel. I went there with my family in the month of April. I made my booking directly with the hotel. Front office service was perfect. Thiruvannamalai is a wonderful place for other travellers.
The location is not very close to Annamalai temple But the exterior of the hotel is very good and is attractive. The rooms are good.
The hotel was located outskirts of the city and the rooms were big, clean and neat with all the facilities. In this hotel more foreigners people only stay and there was a temple and many places for sightseeing. There were no activities available and they provided food it was vegetarian it was good. There was a travel desk for sightseeing.
I had been to Thiruvannamalai for official purpose and stayed in this hotel in the month of December 2015. The hotel was conveniently located. There was parking facility in the hotel. The appearance of the hotel was good. There was no delay in check in and checkout. The staff members in the hotel were helpful and quick in services. The room allotted to me was good and it was well maintained with all required amenities in working condition. I ate vegetarian food in the hotel and it was good in quality and taste, and the price was affordable. There were no activities in the hotel.
Just I stayed there only 3hrs in Morning. When compare to hotel in tiruvannamalai this is one among the best. I use to visit once in a month to tiruvannamalai P.Arumugam, Madurai
Ramkrishna Hotel Overview
About 240 km from Bangalore is the ancient temple town of Thiruvannamalai. HolidayIQ reviewer Krishna describes it as a "spiritual place where you go there to discover God and to discover yourself - at least an attempt at both."