Hotel Details

The Silver Tips Munnar

  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Room

As history goes, the Silver Tips Resort stands on the grounds of the first full-fledged cinema hall in Munnar, built during the British era in the early 1900s. When you walk in, you are transported to a simulated movie-themed atmosphere; the regal lobby celebrates the historic Hindi movie, Mughal-e-Azam, the décor and props in the coffee shop celebrate, ‘Sound of Music’. When you walk in to the restaurant, ‘Maya Bazaar’, the décor and interiors of the famed NTR mythological movie of the 60’s beckons you. Take in the sights, as you traverse through the Hotel, checking out our movie props, replicas and equipment, the informative movie placards, and of course, when you retire for the day, the ‘We Salute’ rooms and suites dedicated to famous movies handpicked from all over India and the world, leaves you feeling like a Star, more like your brush with the glitterati from the tinsel world!

Htel Overview

  • Hotel Name: The Silver Tips Munnar
  • Taxes: INCLUDE
  • Hotel Category: Four Star
  • Rs:
  • Rs:
  • Deluxe Room Rs: 4310
  • Superior Room Rs: 4999
  • Hotel Price: 4310

Activites

  • Wi fi
  • Restaurant
  • Safe
  • Baggage Storage
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Air Conditioning
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Elevator
  • Bars
  • Buffet-Style Restaurant

Facilityes

  • Fitness Center
  • Laundry
  • Currency Exchange
  • Car Rental
  • Tour Desk
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Reviews

Yesterday we went to Munnar for a one-day trip. It was beautiful and is one of the most unforgettable moments of our whole trip. Munnar is renowned for its vast tea plantations established by the British in the 19th century. It is around 125 km from Cochin and lies at approx. 1500 metres above sea level. It is really an impressive height! We hired a taxi to take us there and left from Cochin at half past six in the morning. As we moved we saw men dressed in a white one-piece cloth like the one Thai sarong wrapped around their waist, the ones you sometimes see in old pictures of India. This costume is still common today.