Udhgamandalam , Mandu, Oththai Kal, Ootacamund, “ Queen of the Hills” are the many names Ooty has been referred to as. A quaint and serene hill station nestled amongst the mountain range of Nilgiris in the state of Tamil Nadu. Despite being a part of a tropical state, due to its elevation it enjoys a cool and pleasant weather throughout the year. Due to this it had become the Summer Capital for the Britisher’s during their era starting from 1800s’. Ooty is well connected by buses and taxis. But a must try is The Nilgiri Mountain Train which has been declared a UNESCO World heritage . The train journey itself is so scenic, it makes one more excited to look forward to the other beautiful natural treasures in and around the city. The city is very divergent in nature, with natural sightseeing and historical settlements and buildings, museums and wild life Parks and zoos. Nature enthusiasts can be amused by visiting the fossil of a 20 million year old tree, on the other hand, one can be amused to see plants and flowers of various species made by thread and an entire garden created in The Thread Garden. The Rose Garden is another sight to behold when in full bloom, one can see roses of two thousand varieties. With a footfall of more than billions of Indian tourists only accommodation in Ooty never poses a problem. Budget hotels to five star hotels, guesthouses to bed and Breakfast, resorts to Colonial era houses rented as guest houses, these are the variety of choices travellers can find while looking for hotels in Ooty. Rated as the best hotel in luxury hotels, Taj Savoy Hotel is spread over six acres of land with an impressive array of colonial style cottages built between 1834- 1865.Well-manicured lawns, colorful flower beds, cottages with fireplace and sit outs, the best dining experience, and the best customer service are few of the laurels associated with this hotel. Lymond House has been counted amongst the top picks from the list of heritage hotels in Ooty. Built somewhere in 1855, guests can bask in the warmth of styles and traditions yet maintained since the last 150 years. All with wooden interiors, the two Victorian drawing rooms featuring their yet functional old style fireplace, the three double room suites, and three garden suites are still replete with antiques and antique furniture.