The Varikatt Heritage, Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram)
Ranked 193 of 422 hotels in Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram)
Poonnen Road Thiruvananthapuram
Phone Number 0-471-2336057 www.varikattheritage.com
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The Varikatt Heritage is ranked #193 among the 422 hotels in Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram) with an average rating of 5.6 out of 7. It is one of the 31, 2-star Homestays in Trivandrum(Thiruvananthapuram). On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 21 photos. it is rated top for its Food & Drink, Room and Service.
The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 5,600 to Rs 6,100 per night. The hotel offer 74 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.
The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers.
The Varikatt Heritage is located at Krishna Nagar . Kuthiramalika Palace Museum (4 Kms) and Sri Padmanabha Temple (4 Kms) are some of the popular sightseeing attractions located near the hotel.
The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay. By providing free wifi access, the hotel makes sure you are always connected to the internet.
Other amenities include Laundry Services and Room Service. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.
If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.
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