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Elephants standing during Thrissur pooram festival in Kerala state of south India.
Most of the Hindu temples in Kerala own elephants, the majority of which are donated by devotees. The famous Guruvayur temple has more than 60 captive elephants.
The world's only Elephant Palace is constructed in Punnattur Kotta, 3 km from the Guruvayur temple, to house the temple's elephants. A famous elephant, named Guruvayur Kesavan, belonged to this temple.
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Kanoos Residency, located in Guruvayoor, Guruvayoor, is a popular choice for travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Kanoos Residency also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Guruvayoor. A selection of top-class facilities such as valet parking, executive floor, safety deposit boxes, coffee shop, business center can be enjoyed at the hotel.
The hotel features 55 beautifully appointed guest rooms, each including refrigerator, internet access – wireless, interconnecting room(s) available, air conditioning, television. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including fitness center, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Kanoos Residency hits the spot in many ways.
- 19/20 East Nada, Guruvayur PO Thrissur District, Kerala State India- 680101
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Kanoos Residency is home to Central lodging, near Guruvayur's city sites.
India has dozens of excellent beaches, with the best ones to be found along the Malabar Coast. Goa is the hub in this area, but you may find the quiet of Morjim, Palolem or Asvem a more family-focused experience. Most beaches have bungalow resorts,
restaurants and water equipment for youngsters to play with. You can rent bikes, go for a boat ride to see dolphins, or check out the flea market at Goa’s Anjuna Beach.
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The Malabar Coast is home to some of the best beaches in the world. Goa forms the social hub for the southern beach scene, but for something quieter check out Palolem, Morjim or Asvem. Many beaches have places to sleep, and most offer simple grilled seafood and cold beers. Another great option is Lakshadweep and its 36 islands. 10 of these remote islands are populated by friendly islanders, and the diving is excellent.
Kanoos Residency Hotel Guruvayoor
19/20 East Nada, Guruvayoor PO, Guruvayoor, India
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Situated in Guruvayoor, the Kanoos Residency Hotel Guruvayoor is located a short drive from Vaka. This comfortable hotel is conveniently situated in the town centre.
Travels on My Elephant
Situated only five minutes' walk from Guruvayur Railway Station, the Kanoos Residency Hotel Guruvayoor provides guests with a perfect base when in Guruvayoor. Extra features include a fitness centre, an executive floor and an express check-in and check-out feature. Travel arrangements can be made at the hotel's tour desk.
Rooms at the Kanoos Residency Hotel Guruvayoor provide a stylish space to relax, complete with a flat-screen TV and a sitting area. A seating area, a private bathroom and bottled water can be found in each room. The hotel has several oversized rooms to accommodate families.
With its own restaurant that serves Indian, continental and Indian Chinese dishes, the Kanoos Residency Hotel Guruvayoor provides guests with everything they require for an enjoyable night within the hotel. Vegetarian cuisine is served at the hotel's restaurant. For those with day trips planned, the hotel offers packed lunches should you require them.
A few years ago, British writer Mark Shand cut an 800-mile swath across southern and central India atop a 30-year-old elephant named Tara. What he saw along the way makes up the heart of this entertaining memoir. His reminiscences of the good food and warmly hospitable people of the nation make you want to head out the door and find the nearest mahout, but the real star of the show is Tara, who has a sweet personality and a penchant for mischief, such as shoplifting fruit from vendors' stalls and lifting prostitutes' saris. However, Shand sadly notes, "The Indian elephant is running out of living space." His sort of adventure may thus be harder to come by in the future--so find that mahout now. If you can't, as vicarious experiences go, following Shand across the subcontinent is tough to beat.
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