'I am not afraid of anyone. I respect all - the actor Mohan Babu from the Chittoor district once said.
Tirupati is a city in this district of India. Tourists visit here because of the many temples, and it is known for its devout pilgrims. There are no shortage of cheap hotels here, but visitors looking for higher-end Tirupati hotels will also be spoilt for choice.
Stay on Budget
Sindhuri Park Hotel is very close to the train station making it a convenient location. There is a choice of rooms in this three star hotel ranging from double deluxe to luxury suite. There is also an on-site restaurant which serves only vegetarian food. Another option for visitors looking for cheap hotels is the Best Western, which ideally located not too far from the airport, and close by to the train station as well. The rooms are well furnished and have all the amenities a traveler could need including a desk, coffee maker, safe and T.V. Another great budget option is Hotel Bliss which offers casual three star rooms and quality service. It also has an on-site vegetarian restaurant and twenty-four hour room service. It's not hard to see why this hotel has won so many awards.
Relax in Luxury
Triupati hotels also come at the higher-end. Fortune Select Grand Ridge is great for those wanting ultimate luxury whilst in this city. This is one of the five star hotels in Tirupati, and it is set amidst beautiful greenery and park like surroundings. It has many restaurants on-site, and a gym and spa to relax in as well. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, with modern amenities and furniture. Those wanting more five star hotels in Tirupati to choose from will be impressed by the Marasa Sarovar Premiere. This hotel oozes luxury and rooms are lavishly designed for maximum comfort. There are two restaurants in this hotel, and also a bar for visitors to sample international beverages. The Marasa Sarovar is located in the foothills of the Tirumala Hills, which is a serene and relaxed location.
The Top Sights in Tirupati
As a holy town and one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites there are many temples to see here. Sri Venkateswara Swamy Vaari Temple is by far the most popular attraction in this city, and is what draws many people to visit. Visitors will find it on the Tirumala hill. It is a temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara and crowds of people come here to see the eight-food tall idol of the Lord. This city is also known for its incredible food, and some local cuisine should definitely be sampled when visiting. The Kapila Theertham waterfall is also worth a visit, and is considered a holy place. For those wishing to explore a little outside of Tirupati there is the Chandragiri Fort which is found in an outer suburb. This fort was built in the eleventh century and is now open to the public.
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