Hotel Annamalai International 3.5/5
Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
The Madurai city belong to the Prehistoric “Sangam” period, also known as “Naanmadakoodal”, “Kadambavanam”, “Aalavai” and centered around the religious activity throughout the year. Chennai may be the capital of Tamil Nadu, but Madurai claims its soul. Madurai is Tamil-born and Tamil-rooted, one of the oldest cities in India. It’s also called “City of Festivals”. The city has varied Cultural background. It was the capital of erstwhile “Pandianaadu” and has seen many dynasties like Chera, Chola, Pandia, Naik and Vijayanagara Kings, to name a few. The streets around Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple are named with “Tamil” months (i.e.) Aadi, Chithirai, AavaniMoola, Masi etc. The festival takes place in those streets during those months respectively. River Vaigai separates Old and New Madurai.
In order to meet the growing need of the Tourists to the City, the Hotel Annamalai International has come in the year of 2010, with 61 rooms of unique types such as Non AC Double, AC Deluxe Double, Family Room, King and Queen Suites. The rooms are spacious, tastefully decorated, well furnished with high quality modern furniture’s, gadgets etc. You can feel at home while you stay here.
The hotel is situated very close to the Integrated Bus Stand (i.e.) Mattuthavani. Railway station and Airport are just 8kms & 15kms away from the Hotel. There is well established internationally popular Anjappar Restaurant, “Bar Code” Bar, Gym, Covered and Open Car parking facilities, Board Room AC and Conference Hall Ac, 1+three floors with Customer Lift and Service Lift separate, Key Card Lock System, Wi-Fi facilities, Covered Car Parking and Open Car Parking, SBI, ATM, Fire Alarm, Smoke Detector, Video Surveillance are few of the measures taken to ensure the safety and security of the Guests who checks into our Hotel.
Also, over the recent years the IT industry has made a big mark in the economy of Madurai. Software Technology Parks of India, an agency of the Government of India, has authorized several companies in Madurai to receive benefits under its National Information Technology Development program. Madurai houses multi-national corporations such as Honeywell Technologies India.Tamil Nadu Governmen t has proposed two IT- Special Economic Zones in Madurai and they have been fully occupied by various IT companies.
Madurai is popularly called ThoongaNagaram meaning the city that never sleeps, on account of the active night life. The hardworking and peace-loving people of Madurai are very religious minded, have developed intimacy with the Goddess and the God, preceding deities, in the temple. The city attracts a large number of tourists from within the country and abroad. About 9,100,000 tourists visited Madurai in 2010, including 524,000 foreigners. Madurai is now attracting medical tourism also.