“The Quilon Beach Hotel”, situated in the heart of Kollam city, an ancient port town, trumpets nothing but the ancient grandeur and warmth of erstwhile Deshinganadu province. The much acclaimed eastern hospitality of this land, hailed by many ancient renowned travelers like Marco Polo, Fahein and Ibn Bathutha, is once again in the vicinity of the traveling community. This business cum leisure hotel is ideally located at the serene beach at Kollam with the pulsating Arabian Sea on one side, M.G. Park and the main city on the other sides and the national waterway right in front of the hotel offering entry to the internationally known Kerala Backwaters with seven wonderful views which includes the sea, beach, park, city, greenery, port and backwaters. Only 65kms away from the Thiruvananthapuram international airport, and is easily accessible by road, rail, sea and backwaters from other important towns of Kerala.
Some of the facilities here include, all 95 sea facing rooms with Multi-cuisine restaurant, coffee shop, a rooftop pool, an infinity swimming pool, Ayurvedic Wellness Centre and Beauty Salon, is well designed and managed to offer international standard amenities and services to both leisure and business travellers alike. The concept of MICE tourism is incorporated with full size international convention centre that can accommodate up to 1500 people, one of the biggest beachside business facilities in India. The other seven conference halls of different capacities provide variety to conferencing and make it a pleasant and peaceful location for conducting business meetings.
The Hotel offers site seeing arrangements to pilgrims visiting “Matha Amrithanantha Mai Asramom, SabarimalaTemple. House Boat cruises at Asthamudi lake, Thenmala Eco- Tourism project, Palaruvi Waterfall, Ambanadu Hill Station, Paravoor, Konni Elephant rides, Thirumullavarom, Kovalam, Varkala Beaches are some of the attraction which can be visited from the hotel.
Sparsh Ayurvedic Treatment Centre
Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine native to India. It is 5000 years old. The word ‘Ayur’ means ‘longevity’ and ‘veda’ means ‘science’. So ‘Ayurveda’ is ‘the science for long life’. As per Ayurveda the body is made up of Saptha dhathus and tridoshas which represent the Pancha Maha buthas . The Pancha maha bhuthas are Prithvi, Ap ,Tejus, Vayu and Akasa, ie. Earth, Water, Light, Air and Ether. The Saptha Dhathus are Rasa, Raktha, Mamasa, Medha, Asti, Majja and Sukra. The Tridoshas are Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. Ayurvedic theory asserts that building a healthy metabolic system, attaining good digestion and proper excretion leads to vitality. Ayurveda also focuses on exercise, yoga and meditation.
There are eight branches for Ayurveda :
1. Kaya chikitsa.(Internal medicine)
3. Salya chikitsa.(Surgery)
4. Salakya chikitsa.(Eye and ENT)
5. Bhuta vidya.(Psychiatry)
7. Rasayana.(Prevention of diseases) and