Madurai Ashok, Madurai is a leading Hotel of Madurai. India Hotels and Resorts offers complete hotel information on Madurai Ashok along with Online Hotel Booking request and hotel package offerings from Madurai Ashok
The spectacular temple city of Madurai has a history dating back to 6th century BC. Its Meenakshi Temple is marvel of temple-architecture. Today, Madurai is an important commercial centre of State of Tamil Nadu and the Madurai Ashok is conveniently located for both the tourist and the businessman.
There are 43 rooms in all comprising of 41 double rooms and 2 Suites. All the rooms are centrally air-conditioned have attached bath with hot and cold water, refrigerator in suites, telephone and color TV.
For food you may enjoy the Multi-cuisines available at the Hotel Madurai Ashok
Conference and Banquet facilities
Multipurpose Conference Hall seats 300 people and is in a theatre style.
The Suite is ideal for board meetings.
Recreation & Health
There is an art gallery, beauty parlor, a shopping arcade and a swimming pool
14 km from Madurai airport , 4 km from Madurai Junction Railway Station
Madurai is a temple town on the banks of the river Vaigai. Madurai - the industrial city of Tamil Nadu is thronged by pilgrims from across the country. The major landmark of Madurai is the Meenakshi temple. The Meenakshi-Sundareswarar temple happens to be one of the important pilgrim places for the Hindus. There is a temple art gallery inside the temple complex that should not be missed for its spectacular stone and brass images. Close to the Meenakshi temple is the Mariamman Teppakulam tank with the idol of Vinayaka or Vigneshwara at the centre of the platform. The Mariamman Teppakulam tank of Madurai happens to be the venue of the annual Teppakulam float festival. Near by is the Tirumalai Nayak Mahal. The architecture of the palace will surely sweep you off your feet. Then there is the Gandhi Museum in the old palace of the Rani Mangammal that provides insight into the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi. Eight kilometers ahead of Madurai are the Pandyan rock-cut shrines of Thirupparankunram. At a distance of two kilometres is the Koodal Alagar temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The magical Madurai is indeed a temple town worth more than a visit.