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OYO 11333 MS Grand Inn
OYO 11333 MS Grand Inn OYO Rooms
Gandhipuram, Coimbatore
4.1 Very Good
536 Ratings
₹ 1658
₹ 2475 per night
33% OFF
OYO 20034 Flagship Mettupalayam Highway
OYO 13858 Rithus Residency
OYO 18956 Vangal Nest
OYO 18956 Vangal Nest OYO Rooms
Near RTO Office, Peelamedu Pudur, Avinashi Road, Coimbatore
4.4 Very Good
1061 Ratings
₹ 1358
₹ 2027 per night
33% OFF
OYO 12746 Hotel Sapthagiri Nest
OYO 27691 Flagship RVT Nest
OYO 27691 Flagship RVT Nest Flagship
SNV Garden Main Rd, Keelakarai, Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore
4.2 Very Good
219 Ratings
₹ 728
₹ 1086 per night
33% OFF
OYO 28223 Sri Sharu Enclave
OYO 28223 Sri Sharu Enclave OYO Rooms
M.A.122, Vilankurichi Rd, Vinayagapuram, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore
4.3 Very Good
30 Ratings
₹ 999
₹ 1491 per night
33% OFF
OYO 11669 Abrigo City Centre Gandhipuram
OYO 11669 Abrigo City Centre Gandhipuram OYO Rooms
Near to H.P Petrol Pump, Central Bus stand, Opp to photo park studio, Gandhipuram, Coimbatore
4 Very Good
1923 Ratings
₹ 1401
₹ 2091 per night
33% OFF
OYO Flagship 092 Lake View
OYO Flagship 26643 Chil IT Park
OYO Flagship 26643 Chil IT Park Flagship
Sree Mahalakshmi Garden Layout, Saravanampatty, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore
4.4 Very Good
340 Ratings
₹ 961
₹ 1434 per night
33% OFF

Located in the Western Part of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore close to the Western Ghats. Also known as Kovai, it is one of the fastest growing cities in India. Apart from being the third largest city in Tamilnadu, Coimbatore is known as the 4th best cosmopolitan and largest non-metro city of South India. This beautiful city is famous for its rich cultural panorama and flourishing textile industry. Also known as the Manchester of South India, this textile capital houses some of Asia’s largest garment manufacturing companies. It is not just a fast-developing economic hub; It is also a place of great historical importance.

Things to do in Coimbatore

Coimbatore has special significance due to its cultural plethora and diversity. Although it is prominent as a bustling industrial city, it still remains one of the pollution-free cities in India. It is also a major healthcare hub and is popular for its medical tourism. Known for its temples and places of historical significance, Coimbatore is a fine combination of tradition and modernity. Here are some of the fun things you can do in this city!

• Visit Annamalai Wildlife Sanctuary This is situated at an altitude of 1,400 metres in the Western Ghats near Pollachi about 90 Kms from the Coimbatore. The area of the sanctuary is 958 Sq.kms. You can find a wide variety of fauna such as tigers, elephants, sloth bear, black headed oriole, and many more animals in this wildlife sanctuary.

• Siruvani Waterfalls and Dam The waterfalls and the dam are located at a distance of 37Km West of the city. The water of Siruvani is known for its unique taste. The panoramic view of the dam and the waterfalls are simply mesmerising.

• Black Thunder Set at the foothills of the gigantic Nilgiris, it is Asia's No. 1 Water Theme Park. It is located at Mettupalayam. The water theme park is spread over 65 acres of land with green hills as a backdrop, surrounded by coconut and areca nut trees. This park has fun water games and so much more to offer. It is a great place for an outing with family and friends.

• Marudhamalai Hill Temple Marudhamalai Hill Temple is among the most popular attractions of Coimbatore. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The 12th-century temple is surrounded by many trees, plants and herbs. Some of the herbs are known to have medicinal properties as well. Devotees visit the shrine in large numbers on occasion of festivals like Thai Poosam and Tirukarthigai. Situated on the Western Ghats, Marudhamalai Temple is situated at a distance of 12 km from the Coimbatore railway station.

• Isha Foundation The Isha Yoga Center, which is established by the Isha Foundation, is set at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains in Coimbatore. The centre houses unique architectural marvels like the Spanda Hall and garden, a 64,000 sq. ft. meditation hall and program facility which is the venue for many residential programs catering to various groups. The Yoga Center also houses the Dhyanalinga, a unique and powerful energy-form sitting under a pillarless 250,000-brick dome structure as well as Theerthakund, a sacred underground water body. Every week, thousands of people across the globe visit this unique meditation centre to seek out inner peace and wellbeing.

Where to stay in Coimbatore?

Coimbatore is known for its great connectivity. It is connected by the national highway – NH-47, NH-67 and NH-209 and Buses travel from major cities and towns in Tamil Nadu, also covering other places in and around Coimbatore. Also, there are many places which offer comfortable accommodation at an affordable price. OYO rooms are one of the best options for a hotel stay in Coimbatore. Located in all the important locations of Coimbatore such as Ramanathapuram, Peelamedu, Ramnagar, Kurudampalayam, and Singanallur, OYO rooms offer a wide range of budget hotels to choose from.

We suggest you stay in close proximity to these three railway junctions (terminals) - Coimbatore Central, Coimbatore North and Podanur. It is easy to travel within the city and staying close by to these areas will make travelling an enjoyable experience.

Hotels in Coimbatore

A wide range of premium and budget hotels are available on OYO rooms. You can pick and choose a hotel of your choice based on your budget. Based on your requirements, you can choose from a wide range of amenities offered by each hotel. For instance, if you are looking for a hotel which has a gym facility, be sure to select the hotel amenities section which is given under each city search page.

If you are looking for OYO rooms with a standard budget, you can avail the following facilities – most of them provide complimentary breakfast, free wifi and air-conditioned rooms. Several other amenities like electricity/ power backup and laundry are also available. For those of you who are travelling on a budget, you can also check out a special section on our website – Best hotels in Coimbatore. Check out some of the best places to stay which would fit right into your budget and also give you good amenities which ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to visit Coimbatore

The best season or months to visit places in Coimbatore are February, March, August, September, October, November, December. If you are planning a trip to Coimbatore during any of these months, we suggest you carry your camera in handy because you will have so many things to capture during your journey. The vibrant festive spirit of this city will leave you stunned.

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What is a good time to visit Coimbatore?
The weather remains pleasant and sunny around the year, making it the perfect environment for nature lovers and trekkers to enjoy Coimbatore. The best time to visit however is between September and March when the temperature during the day hovers between 17°C to 31°C and the average temperature during the night is 19°C. Winter months of November and December bring out the true grandeur of Coimbatore. However, if you like foggy, misty and peaceful landscape, then monsoon months of June to September would be an ideal time for you to head to the ‘Manchester of South India' when the waterfalls are full to the brim and the weather is ideal for sightseeing.
Which are the best places to visit in Coimbatore?
From ancient temples, picturesque waterfalls, breathtaking mountains to delectable local cuisine, pleasant weather, historic forts and shopping streets, Coimbatore has everything you could possibly look for in a perfect holiday experience. Flanked by the Western Ghats and the Noyyal River, Coimbatore makes for an alluring weekend getaway and has many attractions to its name, including Ashtamsa Varadha Anjaneyar temple, Eachanari Vinayagar temple, Town Hall, Artifacts Museum, Monkey Falls, Vaideki Falls, Valankulam Lake, Dhyanalinga temple, Kovai Kutralam Falls, Gedee Car Museum, Coimbatore Golf Club and Coimbatore Race Course, among others.
What are some of the budget and premium accommodation options in Coimbatore?
You can choose to spend some quiet quality time in one of the many well set up affordable or luxury hotels provided by OYO Rooms, which cater to all types of tourists. You can book a hotel that is closest to most of the excursions from Coimbatore.
Budget accommodation:
OYO 18451 Redwood
OYO 12798 Soundaryam Apartments
OYO 15427 Hotel Apple Grand
OYO 22536 Vishaak Inn
Premium accommodation:
OYO 14031 Vinayak In
OYO Flagship 22529 Elegance Inn
OYO 19909 Sri Guru Inn
What is the best food that you can eat in Coimbatore?
Being a popular tourist destination, Coimbatore has several eating options offering diverse, refreshing and traditional South Indian treasures and mouth-watering seafood. There are host of vendors, cafes and fast food joints in and around the temple city that sell a variety of snacks. You can eat idli, dosa, upma, sweet pongal, payasam, halwa, Mysore Pak as well as delicacies of North-Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines. Reserve a meal at Shree Annapoorna restaurant to get the taste of authentic Tamil cuisine, have a bite of Adhirasam Krishna Sweets or try the much-loved non-vegetarian dish, Kozhi Urundai at Hotel Junior Kuppanna in Peelameduis.
Is Coimbatore covered by Metro/bus network? What is the best way to travel across the city?
Travelling around the city of Coimbatore is altogether easy, as many buses, auto rickshaws and call taxis are available for tourists and visitors. The city has an efficient bus network but metro service is also not available here. Auto rickshaws and taxis do not run on meter so it is advisable to negotiate the rate beforehand. You can embark on Bus Route Number 7 that travels from Gandhi Park to Gandhi Park in under Rs. 10 to get a panoramic view of the city.
What are some of the best economy accommodations near the airport?
You can find some of the most affordable and comfortable OYO Rooms options near the Peelamedu Airport, which connects Coimbatore to all the major cities of India.
OYO 18452 Flagship Pritam Airport Inn
OYO Flagship 22529 Elegance Inn
OYO 18956 Vangal Nest
OYO 9659 Hotel RR Grand
What are some of the best stay options near the railway station?
Coimbatore has two railway stations, namely Coimbatore Junction and Coimbatore North Railway Station. These two railheads connect Coimbatore to most major cities in India. Near the railway station, you can easily book any of OYO Rooms affordable accommodations.
Here are a few options you can consider.
OYO 27691 Flagship RVT Nest
OYO 20034 Flagship Mettupalayam Highway
OYO 20012 SilverKey Saravanampatti
Are there any shopping places in Coimbatore?
There are many shopping places you should not miss while staying at hotels in Coimbatore. The city has a thriving textile industry, and fabrics are aplenty. Cross-Cut Road located in the heart of the city is the main shopping hub and is usually chock-a-block with locals and tourists. Make sure you shop at the bustling markets at Oppanakara Street, Raja Street, Ranga Gounder Street, and Sukrawar Pettai, especially known for its handloom sarees. The government-owned Poompuhar Handicrafts Emporium is also a great place to pick up local handicrafts, several handloom and fabric options. Head to Sri Lakshmi Shopping Complex which offers a lot of choices in dresses, ready-made clothes, sarees and silverware. Apart from this, Avinashi Road and Big Bazaar Street are two other places that retail almost everything you may need.
Which temples are famous in Coimbatore?
Coimbatore is famous for housing many ancient temples. You can visit the Marudamalai Murugan temple, dedicated to God Murugan and considered as 7 House of Lord Murugan in South India, Perur Pateeswarar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and built during the Chola dynasty, one of its kind Dhyanalinga Yogic temple dedicated to meditation, offering a meditative space with powerful and unique energy, The best part about most of these temples is that they are situated on hilltops amidst serene ambience surrounding by greenery, so you can get a good view of the entire city and its surrounding landscapes from there.
What are the less unexplored places in Coimbatore?
Coimbatore has a lot to offer its visitors. Along with some of the famous sightseeing places in Coimbatore including heritage forts, temples and museums, there are a few places which are less explored like Dhoni Hills, Vellari Mala, Perumal Peak and Thalaiyar Falls trek, which are known for their thrilling trekking trails; gigantic 112 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva, known as the Adiyogi Shiva statue and the Coimbatore Textile Museum, which depicts the growth of the Indian textile industry dating back to the age of spinning wheels to sewing machines used in the present times.