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No.1, Rockins Road, Cantonment, Tiruchirappalli
Tamil Nadu - 620001, India
+91 431 400 7575

Distance From

  • Tiruchirappalli International airport 6.5 km (approximately 15 minutes)
  • Tiruchirappalli Railway station 750 m (approximately 5 minutes)
  • Tiruchirappalli Cantonment bus stand opposite to the hotel

Pease note: Rush hour traffic can increase travel time significantly.

Thayumanavar Temple

Situated towards the base of the Rock Fort complex, this temple is situated halfway to the top. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the destroyer in the Hindu trinity, it dates back to the Pallava Dynasty and has a 100-pillar hall and a Vimana (tower over the temple sanctorum) covered with gold, making it a popular tourist attraction.


Popularly known as Tanjore, this important religious, art, and architecture center of Tamil Nadu is just 54 Kms from Trichy. Home to the Chola Kings, it boasts of many magnificent temples, palaces, museums and art galleries, bearing testament to the glorious times. Must visit places include- The Brahadeeswarar Temple, The Thanjavur Maratha palace, The Saraswathi Mahal Library, Schwartz Church, The Thanjavur Art Gallery, Nayak Durbar Hall Art Museum and Rajaraja Chola Museum amongst others. Thanjavur is also a good place to shop for Thanjavur Art Plates, handicrafts, hand-woven silk, bronze icons, intricately inlaid brass work and bejeweled paintings.

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Constructed in 1840 AD, this Church is known for its Gallo-Catholic design and has anguished scenes of crucifixion and martyrdom painted inside it. What’s unique is the cross-religious pollination it symbolizes with icons of Virgin Mary garlanded in flower necklaces.


is famous for two things- the Lord Shanmuganathar temple and the Peacock Santuary. Located 30 kms from Tiruchirappalli, while the temple is admired for being situated on the top of the granite hill, the peacock sanctuary is a safe haven for these beautiful birds and has been declared a Heritage Place by the State government.

Gangaikonda Cholapuram

This ancient city, 100 km from Trichy, was built in the medieval times and was elected the capital of the Chola Kings. It thus occupies an important place in the history of India and is home to beautiful architecture, statutes and temples preserved in its temples like Brihadeeswarar Temple and Gangaikonda Cholapuram temple today, UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Kallanai Dam

Kallanai is one of the oldest dams in the world. Built across the Kaveri river, this 2nd century marvel created by Karikalan, a king of southern India's old Chola Dynasty, is also one of the oldest irrigation systems present in the world today.

Jambukeshwara Temple

Located on Srirangam island, Jambukeshwara Temple, ensconces a 1800 year old lingam of Lord Shiva, that remains almost submerged in water. This is because of an underground spring set in the sanctum sanctorum and in spite of pumping water out, it is always filled with water. Legend has it that an elephant once worshipped the Lord under the holy Jambu tree, and hence the name Jambukeshwara.

Rockfort Temple

Set atop the Rock Fort, Ucchi Pillayar Koil, popularly known as the Rockfort Temple is a 7th-century Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesh. A spectacular landmark of the city, it is perched on a massive rocky outcrop at an altitude of 83 m above sea level. The temple is mystic in its nature and is famous for its awe-inspiring rock architecture.

Sri Ranganatham Swamy Temple or Srirangam Temple

Located in Srirangam, Sri Ranganatham Swamy Temple or Thiruvarangam is the world’s largest Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, an important Hindu deity. Shrouded between groves of tall coconut palms, the temple is built on an island in the middle of the Kaveri river, covering around 2.5 sq. kms and connected to the mainland by a bridge. Built in ancient Dravidian style, this 13th century marvel has 21 Gopurams or rectangular monumental towers, that measure upto 73 m, making it a star attraction for visitors to the city.