Vaniya Street, Near Nandavanam Police Camp, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695034
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15 Sep

Recent News

We have updated our website with reservation features and filled with useful information about our hotel. This is a part of reinventing ourselves with better facilities and services to our clients.

1. Online room availability checking is a new feature from our side to customers.
2. We are launching our updated, redesigned website to our customers. Please send us your feed back to us.

Kerala’s capital Tiruvanathapuram or Trivandrum which is infinitely easier to say and write was named after the Serpent God Anantha, on whom Lord Vishnu reclines.

The city has a climate that borders between a tropical savanna climate and a tropical monsoon climate. As a result, it does not experience distinct seasons. The mean maximum temperature 34 °C and the mean minimum temperature is 21 °C.The humidity is high and rises to about 90% during the monsoon season.Thiruvananthapuram is the first city[citation needed] along the path of the south-west monsoons and gets its first showers in early June. The city gets heavy rainfall of around 1700 mm per year. The city also gets rain from the receding north-east monsoons which hit the city by October. The dry season sets in by December. December, January and February are the coldest months while March, April and May are the hottest. The lowest temperature in the city core recorded during winter was 16.4 °C on, and the highest temperature recorded in summer is 38.0 °C.

Thiruvananthapuram has numerous libraries, the prominent ones being the State Central Library (Thiruvananthapuram Public library, Est. 1829), the University Library, Thiruvananthapuram Children’s Library, Manuscripts Library and the Centre for Development Studies Library. The British Library (Est. 1964) was located very near to the Government Secretariat adjacent to the YMCA Hostel.The British Council closed it down, citing financial constraints.

A shopping mall, Mall of Travancore (MOT), with an area of 600,000 plus sq.feet is under construction on the Chaakka Bypass. Developed by the Malabar Group, it will be the second largest mall in Kerala on completion.

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