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Facilities and Services

At Vasathi, we are committed to provide our guests with great accommodation, food and transportation services. Being situated in the heart of Madikeri city makes it accessible to bus stations, hospitals, shopping centers and private transportation services. Cauvery Suites have been tailored to the liking of tourists who is looking for a peaceful and fun filled holiday. Please browse through the website for more information about the services we offer, pictures of the accommodation and the rate plans.

Spacious Rooms

Our 285 sq.ft rooms are well ventilated and designed to provide clean and comfortable accommodation for the guests. The accommodation has been planned to cater to the needs of guests visiting Coorg with a large or small groups or with family.

Free Breakfast

We offer complimentary south Indian breakfast which will be served with coffee or tea to all our guests. The breakfast will be served from 7.30AM to 9.00AM every day. The guests who would like to try other breakfast dishes which are not in the complimentary breakfast menu for the day, can do so by paying extra charges.

Taxi Services

We offer taxi services for pick-up, drop-off and site seeing for extra charges. If you would like to book a taxi with us, please contact Vasathi before your scheduled travel to Madikeri. The charges can depend on distance of travel, hours of service and type of taxi being booked. We will be able to cater to our guest’s travel needs based on the vehicle availability.


Vasathi is located less than a kilometer from KSRTC bus station in Madikeri. As it is located in the heart of Madikeri, it is very close to hospitals, restaurants, shopping centers, KSRTC bus station, local bus stations and tourist destination situated in the city. Please click here to access the directional map and the map that list places that is close to Vasathi.

Free Parking

Free parking is available for guests and is limited to one vehicle per room. The parking will not be offered vehicle more than six seater. The vehicles which are not permitted to park at the hotel can be parked close to Vasathi. Please park the vehicle appropriately so that it does not obstruct the traffic to the hotel and other commuters. The guest will be responsible for the vehicle parked outside the hotel. The parking inside the hotel is offered based on availability. Please contact us for more information.

Other Services

We offer several other services that will help make the stay at Vasathi comfortable. Some of the other services that will be offered to all our guests are:

  • Round the clock hot water facility
  • 100% power back-up
  • Colour televisions in all the rooms
  • Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • 12 noon to 2 pm flexible check in / checkout (24 hours)
  • Special food for kids can be provided on request
  • Extra Beds can be offered on site with an extra charge
  • Authentic Coorg cuisine / standard multi cuisine (Dinner or lunch) can be delivered to the room for extra charge

Tourist Attraction

Talakaveri: The place where the River Kaveri originates. The temple on the riverbanks here is dedicated to lord Brahma, and is one of only two temples dedicated to Brahma in India and Southeast Asia.
Nisargadhama: A man-made island and picnic spot near Kushalanagara, formed by the river Kaveri.
Iruppu Falls: A sacred spot in south Kodagu in the Brahmagiri hill range. The Lakshmana Tirtha River flows nearby.
Abbey Falls: A scenic waterfall 5 km from Madikeri. Dubare: Mainly an elephant-capturing and training camp of the Forest Department at the edge of Dubare forest; on the bank of the river Kaveri along the Kushalanagara - Siddapur road.
Nagarahole: A national park and wildlife resort.
Bhagamandala: Situated at the confluence of two rivers, the Kaveri and the Kanika. A third river, the Sujyothi, is said to join from underground.
Mandalapatti: 28 km from Madikeri. On the way to Abbey Falls, before 3 km from Abbey Falls take right, from there 25 km.
Mallalli falls: 25 km from Somwarpet, downhill of the Pushpagiri hills.
Omkareshwara Temple: A beautiful temple in Coorg. A legend is associated with the temple, built by Lingrajendra II in 1820 CE. The king put to death a pious Brahmin who dared to protest against his misdeeds. The spirit of the dead man began to plague the king day and night. On the advise of wise men, the king built this temple and installed a shivlinga procured from Kashi, North India.
Buddist Golden Temple: At Bylakuppe near Madikeri at Kodagu district, is a Tibetan settlement.

Coorg Delicacies

Food is a major part people's life in Coorg. It is majorly influenced by geography, history and culture of its people. Their cuisine is predominantly non-vegetarian, owing to the fact that they always ate what was available off the land. Pandi curry (Pork curry) is one of major delicacies of Coorg. People in Coorg are essentially rice eaters as it is grown abundantly in the fertile valleys.Most of the authentic Coorg dishes are rice based, some of them being Akki Rotti, Kadumbuttu and Noolputtu.