|Location||South Car Street, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu - 629 702|
The hotels in Kanyakumari are sprinkled all over the city and cater to a large cross section of pocket and preference and offer comfortable accommodation. The Dagar Hotel Kanyakumari is a popular hotel in Kanyakumari and conveniently located, making it all the more popular among tourists. The Hotel Dagar offers comfortable accommodation and guarantees more value for money.
The rooms at the Dagar Hotel are all well appointed and come with a large variety of facilities like attached bathrooms, running hot and cold water, modern bath accessories, hot and cold shower, TV with cable network, wardrobe, twin/double beds, intercom, bedside lamp, dressing mirror, room service etc.
The Dagar Hotel has a restaurant and serves multi cuisine. The Indian, Chinese and Continental delicacies available at the restaurant are sure to tickle your taste buds just the way you want.
The business facilities available at the Dagar Hotel in Kanyakumari are STD/ISD, internet connectivity, fax etc. The business facilities available at the hotel make it a preferred destination among the business folk.
The Dagar Hotel has a travel desk that can help the boarders plan their own itinerary and help you undertake short trips around the city to visit the major tourist attractions in and around the city. The lounge at the hotel has a TV and newspapers and magazines and you can hangout there when tired of being in your room.
Other Facilities :
The Dagar Hotel offers facilities like travel desk, front desk, doctor on call, laundry, parking, major credit card acceptability etc. The Dagar Hotel offers to make your stay at Kanyakumari a truly memorable one.
City Info :
Kanyakumari is famous for the Kanyakumari Temple dedicated to Goddess Kanya- the virgin goddess. The other important tourist attractions of the place are the Vivekananda Rock situated out into the waters of the sea. The towering statue of the Tamil poet Thiruvallar on a rock in the sea is yet another attraction. The statue is 133 ft tall and one of the biggest statues in Asia.