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Club Mahindra Danish Villa, Ooty
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Club Mahindra Danish Villa, Ooty

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Ooty is the Queen of Hill Stations and is nestled amid the Nilgiris or the 'Blue Mountains'. It is a wonderful smorgasbord of Hindu temples, lovely parks and gardens, and charming Raj-era bungalows.

The lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens greet tourists when they visit this divine abode. Set against the backdrop of rolling hills, sprawling coffee & tea plantations, quaint villages and unending greenery is the beautiful resort of Club Mahindra Danish Villa, Ooty.

The most unique feature of this resort is that it is located in the heart of the city, yet away from the bustling city life. This is the perfect place to relive your yesteryears, as the resort still maintains its old-world charm.

You can wake up listening to the songs of birds and then head out for a morning walk to watch the flowers bloom as the cool mist slowly clears.

When you return, you can sip a cup of Ooty’s finest tea blends and spend the rest of the day admiring the beauty of this place that’s lost in the lap of Mother Nature.

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On a rainy day, you can relax in the resort and play some board games or try your hand at table tennis. You can also revive yourself with a breath of fresh air, open air meditation, reading books and enjoying the most admired garden with flowers.
The Nilgiris is home to over 250 species of birds, including endemic and endangered species. You can visit Doddabetta or the Botanical Gardens to look and admire them.
You can visit dams, plantations or just slowly hike up the hills. Guides are available to take you into the forests and around the hills at your own pace.
Visit plantations, head to the Shola forests - the journey is the destination here, as you can meander around hairpin bends, look for lakes and dams in the mountains and feel young once again.
Easy to get to. Hard to leave. 
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A fusion of colonial architecture with modern amenities, the resort is located very close to the city centre, barely a stone’s throw from the bus stop and the hill station’s famous sights, the placid lake and the colourful rose garden. And yet, it is an oasis of calm, far from the madding world. Climb up a tree to taste delicious cuisine for there is exclusive tree house dining or watch the scenery unfold in front of you from a multi cuisine restaurant.

There are 15 cosy rooms in the resort and it gives you the feeling of living in an era when the hill station was in its pristine glory. The flowers are blooming as the birds come calling right to your doorstep. You can just laze here with a book in hand or head to the spa for some indulgence or energise yourself at the activity and sports centre. The resort also organises traditional Badaga dance as you can immerse into their cultures and taste their cuisine.

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