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Hotel in Mamallapuram, India - Temple Bay Ashok Beach Resort (3 Star)

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Hotels in Mamallapuram - Temple Bay Ashok Beach Resort

In the Temple town of Mamallapuram stands the Temple Bay Ashok Beach Resort.

Hotel Specifications

Accommodation

There are 7 doubles A/C rooms and 29 other cottages and detached units at the Ashok Beach Resort.

Dining

The Restaurant at the Temple Bay Ashok Beach Resort offers sumptuous food and the Coffee shop is the right place for a cup of coffee. The well-stocked bar takes care of your spirits

Conference and Banquet facilities

You may take a splash in the Swimming Pool or play a game at the Tennis Court


Basic Data

CountryIndia
StateTamil Nadu
DistrictChengalpattu
CityMamallapuram
LocationITDC Shore Cottages, Mamallapuram 65 km from Chennai Airport 60 km from Chennai Railway station
Rooms7 Rooms


 


City Information

The temple city of Mahabalipuram (also Mamallapuram) is situated just 60 km off Chennai on the Bay of Bengal coast in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Amongst the must visit is the Varaha Cave, a small rock-cut mandapam (hall), is a faceted and finished gem with four panels of the famous Pallava doorkeepers who wear an expression of "pious rapture," as Heinrich Zimmer, a leading expert on Mahabalipuram put it. Then there is the enduring beauty in the Mahishamardini Cave. Arjuna's Penance, perhaps the world's largest bas-relief, is the universe itself in stone, throbbing with a vastness of conception is also worth visiting in Mamallapuram. However, it is the Shore Temple that evokes the spell of Mahabalipuram. The Sculpture Museum in East Raja Street contains more than 3,000 sculptures by the local artisans, made in wood, metal, brass, and cement.