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Abad Turtle Beach

Kerala, Alleppey
INR 4,950.00
Room Type

Plan Min. Duration Min. Price / Night
Beach Villa
Room Info

Beach Villa

The higher category room with sea view. These are the independent and spacious rooms right near to the beach.

Bed Type: Double bed

Room Amenities:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Bathrobe
  • Cable Connection
  • Daily News Paper
  • Hair Dryer
  • Tea Coffee maker
  • TV
  • Wifi Access

Room with Breakfast
Inclusions, Exclusions

Room with Breakfast


  • Accommodation in well appointed room.
  • Welcome drink and baggage assistance upon arrival.
  • Meals inclusive of Breakfast.
  • Child below 5 yrs complimentary.
  • All applicable taxes.


  • Personal expenses, additional meals or services taken from hotel, which are not mentioned in the above package inclusions will be charged extra and payable to hotel directly.

Cancellation Terms:

  • If cancellation is made before 20 days, the 50% amount is forfeited and with less than 5 days remaining, the client loses the entire amount.

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Terms and Conditions

Rates offered and Terms and conditions mentioned are indicative and may be subject to change as per hotel's policy

  • Package valid till 31st March 2019.
  • Tariff & Taxes are subject to change without prior notice.
  • As per Govt norm Guests are required to present your photo ID Proof such as PAN Card, Passport, Voter ID or Driving License at the time of Check in at the hotel.
  • These rates are not applicable during Christmas & New Year period. Please get in touch with us for the same.
  • Supplementary charges may also be applicable during Long weekends, Public Holidays and Festival time such as Diwali, etc.
Hotel Description

The resort is located at Mararikulam, a fishing village about 15 kms from Allapuzha. Spread across an area of 13 acres, the resort overlook the white sandy Marari Beach and has a rivulet flowing on one side. Along with the magic of the sun and sand, the resort also offers ultimate wellness with the Ayurvedic touch. The plush well-appointed rooms in Abad Turtle Beach is magically complemented by the warm ambience and gratifying hospitality.

Hotel Details

Hotel Type: Business Hotel
Star Rating: Three Star
Address: Varankavala  Pollathai Mararikulam, Alleppey, Kerala.

Getting There
By Air

Cochin International Airport 83 km & Trivandrum International Airport 149 km are the nearest one from beach resort.

By Rail

Alleppey Railway Station 4 km from resort is well connected by train to Cochin & Trivandrum.

By Road

KSRTC buses are plenty which are connecting all the major cities in Kerala.

Hotel Facilities
  • Wifi Or Net Access
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Travel Desk
  • Business Center
  • Speciality Restaurant
  • Concierge Services
  • Safety Locker
  • Spa Facility
  • Conference Facilities
  • Coffee Shop
  • Babysitting & Kids Area
  • Swimming Pool
  • Banquet Facility
  • Non Smoking Room
  • Veg & Non Veg Food
  • Gym
  • Tea & Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • LCD Television
  • Air Conditioning
  • Currency Exchange
  • Laundry
  • Disabled
Recreational Facilities
  • Adventure Activities
  • Steam / Sauna / Jacuzzi
  • Beach Front
  • Games
  • Balcony
Other Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Lawns
  • Wheel Chair Access
  • Shopping facilities
  • Power Backup
  • Valet
  • Intercom
  • Games Room
  • Car Parking
  • Hot/Cold Water
City Description


Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha is often called as "Venice of east" because of its numerous waterways. Alleppey was amongst the busiest trade centers and it had an excellent port along Malabar Coast. Traders from across the world came searching for souvenirs and black gold. Numerous tourists come to Alleppey to enjoy the impressive natural beauty that can be seen there. It is a popular honeymoon destination, a perfect location to spot bird and animal life, and a place to see soak in the many religious historic sites. The mirror like lagoons, palm fringed waterways, sandy beaches, houseboat holidays & the popular boat races are the reasons why tourists flock to this tranquil town on the backwaters.

Destination Facts:

Location: Kerala, District Alappuzha
Altitude: 2695Meters
Temperature: (summer 20 to 36°C) & (winter 16 to 32°C)
Languages Spoken: Malayalam and English

Getting There:

Nearest Airports: Trivandrum International Airport and Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport.
Main Railway Station: Alleppey is well connected by train to Cochin and Trivandrum.
Main Bus Station or Road: KSRTC buses are plenty which are connecting all the major cities in Kerala.

Distance of a few Major Towns from Alleppey:

Mararikulam - 15km, Kumarakom - 38km, Cochin - 53km, Ernakulam - 59km.

Eating Around:

Aviyal, Puttu, Malabar Pratha, Karimeen Fry, Olan, Malabar Chicken Biryani, Thalassey Biryani are most of the famous dishes of Alleppey

Places of Tourist Interest:

Bay Island Driftwood Museum - The museum also houses various root and tree trunk sculptures in unique forms and designs. The sculptures in the museum are the transformed driftwood pieces, comprising of twisted tree trunks, stumps, roots etc., which she had collected from the seashores during her professional tenure in Andaman and Nicober Islands. Many of the sculptures or pieces resemble birds, animals, reptiles, amphibians and fishes.

Karumadi - This sculpture is known as the Karumadi Kuttan. This statue is a left over remnant from the days that the Buddha religion was very popular in the region.

Krishnapuram Palace - This particular palace is especially famous for its mural paintings as well as its architecture. One of the biggest mural paintings in all of Kerala is located here. This mural is called Gajendra Moksham, which when translated means "The redemption of the elephant". This magnificent piece of architecture has been converted to a museum, housing antique sculptures, paintings and bronzes is also found there at the palace.

Pandavan Rock - Pandavan Para, also known as the Rock of the Pandavas, this is an ideal picnic spot. It takes walking to get to this location, but it is not a hard climb. There are several vantage points with magnificent views along the trail.

Alleppey Beach - Alleppey Beach is one of the most popular beaches of the state of Kerala. One thing that draws people to this beach is the facilities at Vijaya Beach Park. With the Arabian Sea to the west as well as a large network of lakes, lagoons and several freshwater rivers nearby, the beach makes for a picture perfect postcard. The beautiful sand contrasts beautifully with the color of the water, to make for a truly picturesque location & relaxing atmosphere.

Backwaters - These numerous water ways make up what is known as the Backwaters. Tourists love to rent a houseboat here. Each houseboat commonly contains a living room, one bedroom, a bathroom, and a deck too. A local oarsman will pole the houseboat for you as you explore the beautiful scenery in the region. Numerous types of flora and fauna can be seen against the mirror like lagoons as you sail across the picture perfect backwaters.

Houseboats - A boat cruise along the backwaters of Alleppey is one popular way to experience the entire area, after all, Kerala's network of navigable backwaters covers an amazing 900 kilometers. Honeymooners especially are drawn to the peaceful atmosphere of the waterways. A backwater cruise on a houseboat allows one can see the scenic manmade islands and beautiful sights of coconut fringed backwaters and paddy fields.

Pathiramannal - Birdwatchers love to travel to this breathtaking location with hundreds of rare migratory birds that flock here every year. It is possible to see birds such as the golden-backed woodpeckers, night herons, kingfishers, paradise fly-catchers, egrets, bulbuls, shrikes, mourning doves, crow pheasants, and drongos. A visit to this remarkable location is an experience not to miss.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary - A large variety of different birds can be found at the sanctuary at any given time. Numerous migratory birds even from places like Siberia visit the sanctuary. It is common to see golden-backed woodpeckers, night herons, kingfishers, paradise fly-catchers and egrets. The entire area was established by the government of India in an effort to preserve the natural habitat of both native plants like mandrakes and coconut trees and various birds.

Amabalapuzha Temple Festival - The celebration in commemoration of the bringing of this idol of Lord Krishna is the origin of the Amabalapuzha Temple Festival, also referred to as the Chambakulam Moolam water festival. This festival is conducted every year on the Moolam day of the Mithunam month of the Malayalam calendar.

St Andrew's Church - This Scottish Presbyterian Church was originally built for the use of Scottish officers, their families and a few other laymen. The quality of the music that can be played using this instrument is remarkable. In 1891, a clock tower was added to the church.

Nehru Trophy Snake Boat Race - Punnamada Lake near Alleppey is host to the spectacular snake boat races that are annually held on the second Saturday of August. This competition is named after India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The story goes that when Nehru saw his first boat race, he got so into the competition that he jumped right into the boat that won the race, so the event was named after him. Each and every 50 meter long wooden snake boat that is in the race is manned by over a hundred oarsmen.

Getting Around the Destination:

The best way of transportation is Rickshaw, Private and Public Bus.

Additional Remarks

Best Time to Visit:

September to March is the best time to visit the destination.


  • Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple Festival is celebrated in February.
  • Theyyam Festival: The colorful ritual dance of Theyyam is one of Kerala's most revered art forms, blending dance, music and mime in a wonderful performance. During this festival, visitors can marvel at the stunning, colorful costumes used in the special tradition is celebrated in the month of February.
  • Adoor Gajamela: Elephants are the star attracted in the month of January.
Shopping And Entertainment

Alleppey is famous for the pepper, coconut oil, areca nut, cardamom, sugar, coir matting and carpet.

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