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Palm Grove Beach Resort

Yermalbada Fisheries Road Yermal Bada, Udupi 574119 India
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#7 of 82 Speciality lodging in Udupi
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Free breakfast
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Paulnewman04 wrote a review Nov 2020
Bengaluru, India72 contributions24 helpful votes
We were there for a coupe of days. The manager Mr.Raghunath, is a very pleasant man of very few words but very caring and takes care of all the needs. The staff too are very good. The cottages are big and very tidy. Though the place is opposite to the beach, the rough tides makes it impossible to get in unless you know swimming. The beach road in front of the resort is very good for a shady walk both in the morning and evening. Our stay of two days was very serene and we spent a quiet time relaxing on the beach front.
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Room Tip: All the rooms are good!
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souvvik84 wrote a review Jan 2019
Kolkata (Calcutta), India76 contributions23 helpful votes
I welcomed 2019 in this resort along with my family. Here's my take on the experience. How to Reach: This resort is around 25km from Udupi, just 1.5km off NH-66 that connects Udupi and Mangalore. If you're getting down at the railway station, take an auto. If you're coming by bus, again you can take an auto. However, most buses, after dropping you at Udupi, will head to Mangalore, and cross a point on the highway which is hardly 1.5km from the resort. If you don't mind walking, just get down from the bus at the appropriate location. Google maps has this location accurately identified. If you're coming from Mangalore, this is around 45km from Mangalore. You'll get autos and cabs. Location: This resort is far removed from any tourist hotspot, hence you'll be far away from any crowd, noise, traffic etc. But you will also be away from any restaurant or shops etc. Once you're in here, don't think of going out unless you're going to one of the more well-known beaches or Udupi/Mangalore. The best option is to have a personal transport. Then, life is easy. The Resort: This resort is an enclosed property with 7-8 two-storey buildings, all painted brick-red and spread among very well-maintained gardens. Each building has up to 4 rooms. The main gate opens on the road that brings you to the resort, and just across the road is the sea. It will take you a maximum 2-3 mins to be on the beach. However, the rooms are not sea-facing as such. It is generally safe, and you can stay out at night up to 10:30, when they close the resort gates. The facilities are sparse. You don't have a restaurant. They can provide you lunch and dinner if you pre-order them a few hours in advance. Here again, the options are basic. Breakfast is complimentary, but the spread is very simple. Other than that, getting any food at odd times (like a cup of tea at 7 in the evening) is generally not possible. Rooms: The rooms are clean, not very big and are by default 3-bed accommodations. There's a TV, AC, a cupboard, 2 chairs, a table and a side-table. The bathrooms are nice and clean, and have a geyser. They'll give you basic toiletries during check-in, and not again unless you specifically ask. Each room has an attached balcony at the entrance of the room. Staff: The staff are nice and friendly. They'll try their best to accommodate your requests as long as they are simple (like that 7pm tea). However, there was one person, Mr. Shridhar, who was particularly disappointing. He made it a point to refuse every single request we made. Often, a request turned down by him would be accommodated by another member of the staff. Within a day of our stay, we had started avoiding requesting anything from him, because we knew the answer would invariably be a 'No'. He was really a sad spot on the otherwise very friendly and accommodating staff. The Beach: This is what you come here for. Deserted, very clean, calm waters - that's the beach in a nutshell. No matter what time of the day you go, the resort guests will be the only people you find on the beach. At night, you can enjoy the green-lit waves or starlit skies in pitch darkness. And it felt safe as well. If you're the type of traveller who loves to enjoy nature for a day or two on your vacation, and are not particularly fond of crowds, activities etc., then this is your place to be. Overall, a nice place to spend a long weekend. Bring your own transport if possible, keep your expectations low on the services or luxury front, and you won't be disappointed.
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Doesn't matter which room you choose. You're very near the sea, but cannot see the waters...
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SajGan wrote a review Mar 2018
chennai62 contributions26 helpful votes
We went to this resort to enjoy a weekend by the sea and we were not disappointed. Firstly the places is situated right in front of the beach, a small mid road separates the property and the beach . the entire property is clean and well manicured and feels so out of place in a small sleepy fishing village . it is a two minute drive from the highway and easy to find. But completely cut off from the traffic. The rooms were big and very clean. The AC worked brilliantly and helped us get away from the Mangalore heat. The beach was clean and not crowded except for a few fishermen and nearby village people. We ordered veg food from.the hotel and was not disappointed. Not sure how the taste will be for non veg food . morning breakfast was good neer dosai and spicy chutney . enjoyed it a lot. Overall a very pleasant stay no issues
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Amodini S wrote a review Jun 2017
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Well, Its a nice place for beach lovers. Food is Simple and homely, Veg food is good. Since we were vegetarians and dont consume too much spice,We were happy. There are Jam Fruit Trees all around the place which you can relish on the Jam Fruits. My Younger daughter practically had only Jam Fruits to eat through out our stay. We have complimentary break fast and thatz nice. Sea View Is breath taking. Reasonable rates, well maintained place . A/C rooms were good and We did not have issues with power cuts even tho we visited this Summer
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Date of stay: May 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Nalini M wrote a review Mar 2017
USA120 contributions84 helpful votes
I wasn't looking for a fancy beach resort with loads of facilities. Just a simple, charming place next to a beach (where I could swim, splash) with a decent restaurant that serves fresh food (especially seafood) and enough walking paths through nice seaside villages... Alas, all this turned out to be a pipe dream. This is NOT a resort but just a cluster of individual cottage like rooms within a compound wall just across the road from the sea and nothing else. It does not have a restaurant and the nearest one is 20 mins walk away on the main highway! Yes, the "resort" has a copy of the menu card from the restaurant and you can call in food but who wants to do that for every meal and end up eating cold food! As for the complimentary breakfast, it is a cup of watered down tea/coffee and "neer dosai" that the staff make for themselves! There is NO beach; yes, the ocean is right on the other side of the road but there was no sign of anyone in the water -- not even the locals. So no idea if it was safe to swim there or how clean the water was. We were originally planning to stay 4 nights at what we thought would be a charming, quiet haven. However, after walking in the dark (and barked at incessantly by street dogs) through the village road, crossing the highway to get to the restaurant (and you can imagine what a highway eating place is after dark!) and stumbling back through the unlit streets the first night, we had had enough. So checked out the next day and moved to a different place. The only thing good about the place was the manager and his assistant. They were kind and gentle people and tried to do their best to make our stay comfortable but unfortunately, there wasn't really much that they could do. At least, they did not insist that we pay for all 4 nights when we had stayed for just one night. This place needs to seriously upgrade its's facilities -- a restaurant on the premise at the very least. Even with that, there is little to do there. Even the walk through the village road gets boring after a while. Finally, if you don't have your own vehicle here, you are truly stuck.
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Date of stay: January 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
IndiaKarnatakaUdupi DistrictUdupi
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Frequently Asked Questions about Palm Grove Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Palm Grove Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Kapu Beach (6.2 km), Padubidri Beach (4.5 km), and Kote Sri Varadaraja Swamy Temple (6.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Palm Grove Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, free parking, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Palm Grove Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Palm Grove Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Does Palm Grove Beach Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Palm Grove Beach Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Palm Grove Beach Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Palm Grove Beach Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Is Palm Grove Beach Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.