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(04362) 227806, 227807, 226806

Our Facilities

Great pride is taken in treating each guest as an individual and on creating a warm and friendly atmosphere.The hotel has been designed to meet your home comforts; our friendly and professional service aims to ensure you have a very pleasant relaxing stay and we offer following facilities to our Guests:

Well appointed A/C and Non A/C rooms

A/C Conference / Reception Hall

24 hours running Hot & Cold Water

32" LCD TV with multi linguistics channels

CCTV Security Systems

Free! WiFi in public areas

All major credit cards accepted

VIP room facilities

Doctor on call

Located within a KM from Indian Institute of crop processing technology (IICPT), Tamil university, Air force, New collectorate, Meenakshi hospital, Poondi Madha Basilica, sastra university, Medical college and Periyar university.

Multi Cuisine Restaurant

24 Hour Room service

Lift/elevator

Laundry service

Ample Car Parking & Travel desk

24-hour front help desk / Intercom Facility

Family rooms

Facilities for disabled guests

Newspapers

Photocopying

Non-Alcoholic Mini Bar

Tourism in Thanjavur

The central location of HOTEL RAKS allows you to access all major tourist attractions very easily. With iconic sights of the Thanjavur : Brihadeeswarar or the Big Temple, Thanjavur Royal Palace, Siva Ganga Garden, Thanjavur Art Gallery and etc..

Thanjavur or tanjore is an unique and important city in tamil nadu - it is in the southern part of india and is home to some of India's most famous arts and architecture. Thanjavur is also known as rice bowl of tamil nadu for its larger production of rice which feeds people not only in tamil nadu but also in the rest of india. These days rice produced in thanjavur is getting exported to various countries, in particular to the middle east, far east, europe and usa.





Thanjavur (tanjore) was considered to be the cultural capital of india in 1790. Thanjavur gained prominence during the period of chola kings, who made it as their capital. Thereafter, it was ruled by nayaks and maratha kings, who wanted to nurture it with art and culture.

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