Finding an ideal small hotel in Varkala does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Silver Sand, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Vishnu Temple (0.6 mi) and Sivagiri (2.0 mi) make Silver Sand a great place to stay when visiting Varkala.
Silver Sand offers guests an array of room amenities including a mosquito net and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The small hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and currency exchange, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Darjeeling Cafe, Rock N Roll Cafe, or Coffee Temple, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Silver Sand.
Best of all, Silver Sand makes it easy to experience some great Varkala attractions like Varkala Light House, which is a popular lighthouse.
Silver Sand looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Varkala.
Best place to chillout at weekend.One of the finest guest house in varkala... Superb climate, Clean atmosphere, very good ambiance,Specious room, good service and everything looks best. Highly recommended...
We loved each and every minute of our stay. This property is perfect gateway place looking for clam and peaceful space. Spacious and clean room. Very hospitable and helpful staff. I have decided to stay here next year also.
Very good hotel with all necessary facilities added. Good support by the manager. Spacious rooms with amenities. Major attraction's are very nearby this hotel. Good ambience. Highly recommended to all especially families.
Excellent service they are providing friendly atmosfear with good attitude room excellent and spacious,rooms have kettle and all the facilities,definitely everybody can stay here,only breakfast available at silver sand 📲
I came backside, away from the cliff, as I've done a number of years in a row, for a more peaceful stay than can often be found on the cliff. The room was OK, nothing special but a fair size with comfortable bed etc. and a balcony. Unfortunately on the first night I discovered that the owner liked to sit right outside the room with the TV blaring out. Very loud from my balcony and even in the room with the door closed. When this also continued on the 2nd day in the daytime I went to ask if I could change to a different room, explaining why. He reassured me about the noise, turned it right down and said he'd keep it down whenever I was in the room. I went back to my room and 2 mins later he turned it up again. That evening I went to pay for my 2 days stay so I could checkout in the early hours and head to the airport. I again mentioned the noise, his earlier promise and that I was a bit upset about the lack of peace. Rather than apologising or at least offering to keep it down for the rest of the evening he this time became verbally abusive and told me I should leave as lots of other people wanted the room. So I did! But he didn't like that and following me insisting I pay for the night. After some time I thought we'd both calmed down, I had insisted that if I was to pay for both nights I'd stay both nights, and handed over some cash. He was friendly again up till that point but the second the cash was in his hand he again became aggressive and told me I couldn't stay... next year I'll stick to Shiva gardens or Amanthas which are both next door but run by friendly people not alcoholic lunatics.…