Welcome to the official website of Blanket Resort, a luxury hotel in Munnar. We are one of the top and best 5 star hotels in Munnar. Situated at Pallivasal, near the mystical Attukad waterfalls, the hotel is soon becoming one of the most sought after top resorts in Munnar for honeymoon couples. At Blanket we believe that luxury is best experienced when it blends with the beauty of nature. In this context, we have gone to great lengths to make Blanket one of the best eco friendly resorts in Munnar. Once you experience the beauty and romantic getaway that is Blanket, you will keep coming back for more.
Blanket Resort is the epitome of what a five star resort should aspire to be. Nestled in the idyllic locales of mystic Attukad, the resort is a perfect escape for honeymoon couples and families alike who are on holiday in Munnar. With settings that boast of the most comfortable and luxurious holiday experience, Blanket is a luxury resort that offers guests luxury and beauty in abundance. Located in the state of Kerala, along the Western Ghats, Munnar is a kaleidoscopic paradise that is home to some of the finest tea plantations in India. Also one can find a perennial layer of green that carpets the landscape of Munnar hills, forests and valleys. A region that developed economically and industrially due to the advent of imperialism, Munnar still houses the vestiges of that era. Its churches, tea estates, houses and museums are all testament to this bygone era. The natural beauty of the region is one that never ceases to amaze the visitors who visit the region and wish to come back for more. Munnar has so much more to offer than the traditional sights. There are vast and varied species of flora and fauna that are exclusive to this beautiful piece of paradise on earth. To explore munnar experience needs minimum five nights stay.
India historically has been an agrarian nation. With a diverse landscape and climate conditions that aid many varieties of crops, India as a nation has been become self sufficient in terms of its food requirements due to its farming community. With such diverse cultures and crops it comes as no surprise that there are three different festivals celebrated across India to offer gratitude for a good harvest.
In North India, the festival is celebrated as Lohri or Makar Sankranti. In South India, in the state of Tamil Nadu, the festival is called Thai Pongal. The word combines two words, ‘Thai’ meaning festivity or celebration and ‘Pongal’ meaning &lsquo...