Hotels Type : Hotel
Hotels Type : Hotel
Hotel Silver Spring Holiday Honeymoon Package
About Hotel Silver Spring
Overlooking the scenic beauty of the Viper Island, Hotel Silver Spring in Port Blair is located on the Andaman Trunk Road, near the Hemkund Steel Industry. Featuring a 2 km distance from the Vir Savarkar Airport, 1.7 km from the Rajiv Gandhi Sports complex and 1.6 km from Phoenix Jetty, this hotel offers convenience of commuting for its guests. The Aberdeen Bazar, Marine Park, Gandhi Park and Netaji Stadium are some of the most famous places in the city, in close proximity with Hotel Silver Spring. Visitors also love to see the Japanese Bunker, Anthropological Museum and the Corbyn's Cove while in Port Blair.
Hotel Silver Spring is a true delight for discerning travelers who visit Port Blair on business and leisure holidays. With its aesthetically pleasing ambience, Hotel Silver Spring has wonderful hospitality and top quality service in store for its guests. Featuring well-groomed rooms, with all modern amenities installed, Hotel Silver Spring offers a highly comfortable and hassle-free stay. Silver Club, a conference hall offers ease for conducting seminars and business meetings, while the Moon Deck banquet hall makes wedding receptions and birthday parties delightfully great.
Location Hotel Silver Spring :-
MG Road South Andman | Junglighat, Port Blair, South Andaman Island 744103, India
All the services you can expect at a well-maintained three-star hotel are provided by the management and staff of Hotel Silver Springs. Any additional service that the customer requires or requests for will be promptly attended to, by the staff in control of the services. Some of the services are enlisted below:
Little Andaman Island
The Little Andaman Island is one of the largest islands in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands that are open to the public. Being a bit distant from Port Blair, they are not frequently visited, but the pristine beaches, palm trees, waterfalls and the surf draw a number of tourists.The island has bounced back from the devastations of the tsunami in 2004 and has established resorts and thatched houses where tourists can stay. The beach and light house are the major attractions. Scuba diving and snorkelling are the main activities here
Madhuban is located at a distance of 20 km by ferry from Port Blair in the north-east of South Andaman. This is a forest area good for trekking and watching birds, animals and a number of butterflies. The forest area in Madhuban is famous for trekking. Here elephants are used for lumbering work.
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Situated 29 km. from Port Blair on the south-western coast of South Andaman is the massive Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. Wandoor, a small fishing hamlet is the entry point to the park, which comprises of 15 islands and several islets spread across 280 sq. km. The Park was established for the protection of marine life including corals and nesting sea turtles.
Ross Island, located about 2 km from Port Blair, is a popular tourist spot with remnants of the Victorian British era. Some of the remains of British era that can be seen in the island include old buildings like the chief commissioners house, Presbyterian Church, state ball room, an old Andamanese home bakery, swimming pool and a hospital. A museum in Ross Island, maintained by Indian Navy, has a collection of pictures depicting the island in its full glory
Gandhi Park in Port Blair is a small and beautiful park with amusement rides, a garden, a small narrow trail around a small lake inside the premises, water sports, historic remains of a Japanese temple and a war bunker.The Gandhi Park was built in only 13 days around the Delthamani tank which served as Port Blair’s only source of drinking water in those days. This park is a good source of entertainment, especially for children.