One of the finest economy hotels in Ooty, King's Cliff is an ideal accommodation option for backpackers. The hotel, offering a bird’s eye view of the towering hills around Ooty, is in close proximity to the nearest airport, railway station, and bus stand. All the major tourist destinations in Ooty can be visited with convenience from King’s Cliff.
There are 9 luxurious rooms at the hotel, each named after a Shakespearean character. All rooms are decked with a fireplace. Each of these gracefully adorned rooms is spacious and well-ordained. A languid ambience prevails in every room.
The quaint restaurant Earls at King's Cliff in Ooty caters delectable preparations from Continental, Chinese, Tandoori, and North Indian cuisine. Served with the utmost hospitality, the sumptuous vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies on offer would certainly work out your taste buds.
- Jeep jungle ride to Masinagudi
- Boating and Fishing
- Trip to tea estate
- Horse Riding
- Mountain Hiking
- Travel desk
- Car rental
- Internet access
- 24 hour supply of hot and cold running water with attached bath
- In-house laundry and dry cleaning facility
- Telephone (ISD/STD)
- Color television with satellite channels
Famous as the Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty is a popular hill station perched 7,349 feet above sea level in the Nilgiri Hills, sprawling over 36 square miles. The picturesque landscape of Ooty is dotted with tea and coffee plantations and trees like pine, eucalyptus and wattle. The British developed Ooty as a hill resort in the early 1800's. This hill station retains the essence of colonial times with its charming bungalows, picturesque cottages, the Ootacamund Club, the Nilgiri Library, St Stephens Church and a cemetery. The Ootacamund Derby, which attracts the best racing talent in India, is a major attraction of Ooty. Some of the renowned tourist attractions in Ooty are the Government Botanical Garden, Government Museum, the towering Doddabetta peak, etc.