Welcome to Hotel C7 Munnar, Kerala, India
Hotel C7 is a three star rated Hospitality Complex that is easily accessible from the centre of Munnar town. It is set beside the Nallathanni River (which means ‘good waters’ in the local dialect) on the immediate outskirts of Munnar Town. Designed to provide superb facilities and comforts to its guests, Hotel C7 has what it takes to impart the best of hospitality amidst the panoramic views of verdant tea hills, mountains far and near, as well as an oxygen rich enthralling atmosphere. The rooms are designed to cater to the comfort level and expectations of the guests. Spaciousness and elegance is lavishly bestowed in all rooms..
I love this hotel and their local flavor and culture. I also love the comfort and amenities of big chains. This is the best of both worlds. On line reviews of this hotel are accurate…it’s a great hotel in a great location, at a great price.
We had the pleasure of staying at the C7 Hotels a few Months ago.Everything from the valets to the rooms were wonderful! The outstanding breakfast started out our day. The tea plantations was great. I only wish We were there right at this moment. We hope to be back very soon!
I have virtually no complaints about my stay. The staff are amazing. The room was fantastic. The food is exceptional. The views are unreal. We especially loved that the hotel is outside the city. The privacy factor was a huge plus for us.
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Hotel C7, Tea Museum Road, Munnar, Kerala, India
C7 hotel in Munnar delivers exceptional service, artful decor and an array of luxury amenities with unparalleled environment responsibility.
Wheelchair friendly construction
Ample car parking
Doctor on call
In house laundry
Direct dialling telephones
Castleford – Multi Cuisine Restaurant
Personalised room service
We believe that eco-tourism is a team effort from all of us involved, including our guests. We offer our guests a greater insight into the impact of human beings on the environment so as to promote a better appreciation of our natural habitats. As part of our action plan we promote recycling, energy efficiency, water conservation and creation of economic opportunities for local communities.
With so much of pressure on the environment of Munnar, we need to do everything possible to sustain a positive balance between tourism and its direct effects on its flora and fauna.
Munnar is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. Tourists come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. The town itself is typically Indian with the usual shops, guest houses and is really beautiful and traditional. It is a good place to stay to see the surrounding countryside. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners.
Munnar is famous for its tea plantations, many of them started by the British. The “Kannan Devan” brand of Tea from the Tata is cultivated and processed here.