La Villa Pondicherry is one of the pleasures of holidays in the former French colony along the Bay of Bengal. This villa is the creation of two French architects, Tina Trigala and Yves Lesprit. The villa is a blend of colonial charm and functional relaxing spaces for vacationers. The airy, spacious villa is adorned in precious fabrics and furnished with contemporary designs made from old wood. The rooms are quaint with modern fittings. The villa has pleasures of a swimming pool, lush garden, French restaurants, and a relaxing pace. You can indulge in the French charm of Pondicherry with a stay in La Villa.
This 19th-century house is reorganized to turn into a contemporary resort while keeping its colonial spirit intact. Located at N 11 Rue Surcouf, La Villa is famous for the unicity, simplicity, and comfort it offers to the guests. The most important thing about the resort is its charming ambiance in the heart of the white town. This serene French quarter is lined with French colonial-era villas, quirky cafes, and upscale courtyard restaurants along its leafy streets.
La Villa has been awarded "Most Outstanding Luxury Boutique Hotel - India" in 2018 by the bimonthly luxury lifestyle magazine LUX. Being meticulously refurbished by french architects Tina Trigala and Yves Lesprit and showcasing unique furnishings and epitomize sublime design, the hotel is also rewarded as the "Asia`s Most Inspired Design Hotel".
A 19th-century colonial building originally, the Villa Pondicherry has been renovated in traditional style and converted into an elegant heritage hotel, catering to the accommodation needs of modern-day travelers. The small, yet comfortable La Villa in Pondicherry serves guests with traditional hospitality coupled with decent facilities and efficient services.
This 19th-century house has 6 suites namely Bridge to Heaven, North Side Story & South Side Story, India song, Escale a Pondichery, and Timeless. The Hotel houses guestrooms off the central living room and offers pleasant accommodation in the elegantly appointed, spacious rooms which are tastefully decorated and fitted with contemporary facilities of comfort. Six special suites with contemporary furniture made from reclaimed old wood and a private bar with each suit offer the unpretentious luxury. India song and Escale a Pondichery are on the ground floor, North Side Story & South Side Story and Timeless are on the 1st floor, and Bridge to Heaven is on the 2nd floor. India song, Escale a Pondichery, and Timeless provide an extra bed for one person.
All the suites are equipped with modern amenities such as Queen size double bed, Ac and fan, Wireless internet and LAN, LED television & DVD, Reading lamps, Hairdryer, etc. To offer the ultimate comfort to the guests each suite has a Balcony, Openable windows, Kama bathroom amenities, Grohe rain shower, Complimentary private bar, and Tea/coffee machine.
La Villa has a multi-cuisine restaurant where you can treat your taste bud to special dishes. Even in a simple bowl of soup, the restaurant surprises you with very special tastes. Seafood soup and watermelon gazpacho with green foam are the specialties of La Villa restaurant. They offer complimentary breakfast and beverages to guests.
The restaurant is presently opened for lunch and dinner from 12.00 pm to 10.30 pm. Your mood will decide where you wish to have your breakfast: in your suite, near the pool or in the garden. Breakfast is available from 07.30 am which is included in your suite rate. Nonresidents can enjoy breakfast in the garden from 9 to 11.00 am.
Distance From Airport148 Km
Distance From Station1 Km
Pondicherry is a quiet little town located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, at a distance of about 162 km. to the south of Chennai (Madras). Having remained the capital of the French colonies in India for quite some time since the 17th century, Pondicherry has managed to retain its French aura and the rich cultural heritage as is clearly evident through its well-planned roads, wide and vibrant beaches, tree- lined boulevards, colonial heritage buildings, and the spiritual scene.