The Ooty Gate Hotel is 2 star hotel centrally and conveniently located, and as the name suggests it used to be the Gate to Ooty. The hotel is 1.5 km from Charing Cross, Botanical Gardens, Ooty Railway Station and 100 km from Coimbatore Airport. It has huge parking facility, restaurants, bar and conference hall to cater to the requirement of tourists and corporate alike. Easy access to all popular locations makes it a sought after hotel.
Hotel offers 84 well decorated rooms with all most modern amenities. All rooms have attached Bathroom with running hot and cold water,Cable/satellite TV, Multi-line phone and Room heater.
Restaurant:A multi cuisine restaurant and a Pure Vegetarian North Indian Restaurant “Haveli” is there to take care of gourmet needs.
Bar:For the spirited ones there is conveniently located well stocked bar.
Banquet Halls:An 80 seater conference hall or a 10 seater board room are available to take care of conferencing needs.
- Spacious and Secure Car Parking
- Conference Hall
- Laundry facilities
- Free parking
- Room service (limited hours)
- 24-hour front desk
- Banquet facilities
- Business center
- Tours/ticket assistance
- Medical assistance available
The Verdant hills, the lush green valleys and the pristine natural beauty of the hill resort of Ooty offers the urban tired souls a chance to resume their affair with Nature, to whom they truly belong. The heavenly hill resort like a blushing bride peeks from behind lofty Nilgiri hills. The unassuming beauty of this heavenly hill resort beckons you to come and and embrace the tranquility and solace that Ooty has to offer.The Hill resort of Ooty in Tamil Nadu, India, is located in the midst of four high hills; Doddabetta, Snowdon, Elk hill and Club Hill. These hills belong to the Nilgiri range or the 'blue mountains.' A British Collector by the name of John Sullivan discovered the hill station of Ooty and developed it as a summer resort, realizing its potential. The original name of Ooty was 'Udhagamandalam, but it was shortened to 'Ooty' after the arrival of British, which might have had something to do with the difficulty one feels at pronouncing such a difficult name! Apparently the British Collector was right about Ooty and now it is one of the most popular hill stations in India, particularly of South India.