The Best Western® Tirupati is conveniently located at Srinivasapuram, Renigunta road on the way to Tirumala. The hotel welcomes you to one of the most spectacular destinations in India, where guests will find affordable luxury amenities and accommodations. Business trips or a holy visit to the temple city or just a family vacation, we make an effort to endow the finest services, to all. The hotel has 42 beautifully fully furnished, with one restaurant and one multi-purpose conference hall. All the rooms are done in a contemporary decor with an inviting ambience and come equipped with a complete range of modern amenities. Some of the rooms also offer spectacular view of the Tirumala hills. Being just 1 kilometer from the city center, the hotel provides easy access to all key areas, major temples and tourist attractions.
No pets allowed
For Every Two Paying Adults, One Child 9 And Under Is Free In The Existing Bedding.
26 kilometer(s) from Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, is located about 20 kilometers (12 mi) Northwest of Tirupati in the Tirumala hills at an elevation of 853 meters (2,799 ft). Revered as one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites, the temple draws 25-35 million pilgrims every year making it the busiest pilgrimage center in the world. It is the second richest Hindu Temple in the world after Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram.
15 kilometer(s) from Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park
35 kilometer(s) from Srikalahasti Temple, Srikalahasti is a holy town 35 kilometers from Tirupati. It is located on the banks of the river Swarnamukhi, a tributary of the river Pennar. It is one of the important ancient Shiva Kshetras (Shiva Temples) of South India. The temple occupies the area between the river bank and the foot of the hills and is popularly known as Dakshina Kailasam. The three lofty Gopurams of the temple are remarkable for their architecture. This temple was built during the period of King Krishnadevaraya of Vijayanagar. A huge hundred pillared mantapam is another important feature of this shrine.
4 kilometer(s) from Tirachanuru, this town is host to the ancient temple dedicated to Padmavati, the consort of Sri Venkateswara who resides at Tirumala-Tirupati, one of the most popular pilgrimage resorts in India. Tiruchanur is about four kilometers (2 miles) from Tirupati Railway station. Offering a pooja at Tirupati is incomplete without offering a pooja to Sri Padmavati Devi at Trichanur. This temple is one of the most famous Mahalakshmi temples in India and frequented by millions of pilgrims throughout the year after visiting the famous Balaji temple at Tirumala.
14 kilometer(s) from Chandragiri Fort, lies about 14 kilometers south of the temple town of Tirupati, and you come face-to-face with history by stepping into the fort. Within its cyclopean walls and corbelled structures, you feel history breathe and push its way steadily into the present. The Raja Mahal Palace is now an archeological museum. The palace is three storied and is an example of Indo-Sarcen architecture of Vijayanagar period. The crowning towers represent the Hindu architectural elements. The palace was constructed using stone, brick, lime mortar and devoid of timber. A visit to Chandragiri Fort would be incomplete without witnessing the light and sound shows that are conducted here at nightfall. In a whirling hypnotic motion, the two shows, one with a Telugu commentary, and the other, with an English commentary, wove pictures from a past that dwelt on the Chandragiri Fort.
65 kilometer(s) from Kanipakam, a small village on the bank of Bahuda River. Located 65 kilometerss from Tirupati, Kanipakam is famous for the ever growing idol of ‘Swayambu’ Varasidhi Vinayaka. The Swayambhu idol of Kanipakam is the up-holder of truth. Day to day disputes between people is resolved by taking a ‘special oath’. The people in the dispute take a holy dip in the temple tank and swear before the lord. It is taken as gospel truth.
110 kilometer(s) from Vellore Golden Temple, situated around 110 kilometers from Tirupati. It is a unique temple where the Vimanam’ and the ‘Ardha Mandapam’ have been coated with gold both in the interior and exterior. One-and-a-half tons of gold have gone into the design of the Sri Lakshmi Narayani Temple, which has been built at a cost of Rs.300 crore. Even the Satari, a crown with feet of the lord engraved on it, is made of solid gold weighing. Sri Narayani Peedam, a private religious charitable organization, built the temple. And the glittering monument also boasts of some glittering figures. This is the first golden temple in Tamilnadu.
4 kilometer(s) from Kapila Theertham, The Holy Temple of Kapila Theertham is the only temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in over a 50 mile radius of the holy temple cities of Tirupati and Tirumala that abound with temples of the Vaishnavait Deity Vishnu.
This huge temple stands at the entrance to a mountain cave in one of the steep and vertical faces at the foot of the amazing hills of Tirumala, where the waters of the mountain stream Paapa Vinasanam fall as a huge waterfall.
A huge stone statue of a seated bull "Nandhi", Lord's Shiva's steed, greets devotees and passersby at the entrance to the temple.
2 kilometer(s) from Sri Govindarajaswami Temple, Sri Govindaraja Swamy is the elder brother of Swamy Venkateswara, who accomplished the ever-magnificent marriage between Venkateswara Swamy and Padmavathi Ammavaru. The Govindaraja Swamy was the caretaker of massive wealth being obtained from king Kubera for conducting the marriage. He efficiently utilized this wealth to conduct one of the most glorious marriages in the history. Hence Govindaraja Swamy is considered to be the god who helps you elevate your wealth and efficiently manage the wealth acquired. Sri Govindaraja Swamy is bestowed with the ability to remove of obstacles for the accumulation of wealth. Here the Lord occupies a resting position, after counting the volume of money he has received from Sri Kubera. It is also believed that the Lord helps you acquire esteemed friends as it was he whom welcomed gods and goddesses from all over the globe. The temple shrine also has the remarkable presence of the Sri Venkateswara Swamy, Sri Parthasarati and Sri Andal.
GLASSY EYE, on premises, full service, International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
4 kilometer(s) from Krishna Teja Educational Institution
3 kilometer(s) from SVU College of Engineering, Sri Venkateswara University
130 kilometer(s) from Chennai, Tamil Nadu
130 kilometer(s) from Nellore, Andhra Pradesh
254 kilometer(s) from Bangalore, Karnataka
3 kilometer(s) from Shilparamam
1 kilometer(s) from Reliance MART
3 kilometer(s) from Mahatma Gandhi Road
3 kilometer(s) from Tilak Road
12 kilometer(s) from Tirupati-Renigunta Airport
150 kilometer(s) from Anna International Airport
1.5 kilometer(s) from APSRTC Bus Station, autos and taxi services are available
2 kilometer(s) from Tirupati Railway Station, autos and taxi services available