Dear Valued Guest,
We wish to inform you that we are closing our entire room inventory with effect from 01.02.2018 since we will be renovating our existing hotel room facilities which would vastly improve our customer experience. We would be adding new rooms facing the Lake with green view and new fully furnished Restaurant having a good scenic view of the lake.
We would keep you informed the date of opening as earliest possible Date.
R R Residency - a deluxe hotel in Kodaikanal where you would love to spend your vacations. Located amidst the sloping mountains and towering pines, it is one of the most picturesque and idyllic hill resorts in Kodaikanal.
Hotel R R Residency is a preferred place to stay among the tourists that include both leisure and business. Its prime location in the city, and world class facilities have made it a place where you can relax, rejuvenate and refresh.
The Hotel is situated in the nerve center of Kodaikanal in close proximity to the Lake which is 100 meter approx away , Bryant Park which is 100 meter approx , Coakerswalk which is 300 meter approx and all shopping center. It’s also adjacent to The Kodai international school at seven road junction.
R - Relax
R - Refresh
R - Rejuvenate
R R Restaurant - South Indian, North Indian, Chinese, Chat Items available. (Serves only pure Vegetarian food) .
Kodaikanal is the most beautiful honeymoon destination in South India and also popular hill station in Tamil Nadu. It is located in the famous Palani Hills in Western Ghats and is known as the Princess of hill stations. Kodaikanal is situated about 7,200 feet above the sea level.
According to the history of Kodaikanal, this hill resort was discovered in the early nineteenth century during the colonial period.
It was, however, during the 1840s that the people first started settling in this place. Besides the British,the other early settlers of the place, having loving memories about Kodaikanal, were the American, French, Swedish, Irish and German missionaries.
A walking track up to Kodaikanal was made from the Kumbakarai falls, at the foothills near Periyakulam town. Only palanquins could pass through this path. Later, in the early twentieth century, the Law's Ghat road was constructed. This road was opened for regular traffic during 1920s.