The Serai Chikmagalur,
Info : The Serai Chikmagalur
With a name that denotes ‘The Palace of a Sultan’, The Serai offers a luxurious experience for guests. It is the perfect place to gently introduce you to your new environment, a resort ensconced in the lush, green plantations which stretch for miles around you.
The area of Chikmagalur is known for its pleasant climate and is particularly celebrated for coffee as one of the first existing coffee plantations in India. As such The Serai resort offers walks through the plantations and reveals how the coffee bean is treated to become the drink we now know and love. For the more active guests there are wonderful excursions to be made by bicycle and activities such as archery. If you would prefer more of a relaxing itinerary to get over the flight or as a break from the sites, there is a spacious pool to delve into and spa treatments to be enjoyed. You can also opt for rooms with a generous private pool and or Jacuzzi.
The Estate Terrace Villas are especially great for families, with good facilities and the space to relax together.
The only reservation about this lovely resort is that there is not a huge range of activities to entice the more intrepid of travellers. Situated a good few hours away from the bustling city of Bangalore you should visit with the primary aim to relax.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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The one-on-one guide arranged with Experience Travel Group enabled me to get so much more from my trip to India. As well as the almost compulsory visits to the Taj Mahal and Red Fort, I was shown a variety of busy towns and mall villages, traditional crafts and skills, religious buildings and practices, architecture and wildlife, finishing with a very relaxing stay in Tikli Bottom.