The Seashore Hotel, Kanyakumari
E Car St, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu 629702, India
The southern most end of the mainland of Indian subcontinent, Kanyakumari is an indispensable part of any South India tour. Kanyakumari although a part of Tamilnadu is almost always included in a Kerala holiday package too! Kanyakumari unique in itself for being amongst the very few places in the country where you could watch a sunrise and also a sunset sitting in the very same spot is also famous for the Kumari Amman temple!
Welcome to The Seashore Hotel, Kanyakumari- a place where Guest is God. With just a few meters between us and the vast ocean, we promise you beautiful mornings and mesmerizing evenings. The Seashore Hotel offers rooms under three categories, viz. Classic, Deluxe and Superior. Each one of these rooms is the perfect blend of luxurious amenities and modern conveniences.
How to reach Resort
Kanyakumari is the southern most point of the Indian subcontinent and is connected to the other parts of the country by rail and road. The nearest airport from Kanyakumari is Trivandrum International Airport which is approximately about 85 kms from Kanyakumari. Kanyakumari is very well connected to other parts of the country by train. The Kanyakumari railway station is located very close to the Kanyakumari bus stand. There are many trains starting from Kanyakumari, including a Rajdhani express.
Much more than just a tourist attraction in Kanyakumari, Vivekananda rock is more of a sacred monument dedicated to one of the most revered spiritual leaders - Swami Vivekananda.
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A statue of Thiruvalluvar is erected near the Vivekananda rocks as a memmorial to the man who gave tamil literature the 'Word that never fails'. The foundation stone for the statue was laid in 1979 and the work was completed in 1999.