The Residency Towers, Rameswaram

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JKR Resort and Spa, Rameswaram is everything you would wish for in a holiday abode. One of the most idyllic and off-beat resorts in Tamil Nadu, it offers guests unmatched comfort and convenience to turn every holiday here into an everlasting memory. With its strategic location in Rameswaram, families on holiday here can look forward to 24 hours of small-town bliss through an array of attractions, thoughtful in-resort features, fun activities, and delectable dining experiences.



The ‘Great Night of Shiva’ or Mahashivratri is celebrated with great pomp and show at the Rameswaram Temple somewhere between the months of February and March. The festivities last over ten days. The procession of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati emerge fro

Navratri and Dussehra

Navratri marks the period of nine nights and ten days when Goddess Durga is worshipped. Celebrated as per the Hindu almanac, it falls in the months of September and October. The festivities culminate with Dussehra. Sri Chakra or the sacred symbol of Shakt


Held during the ‘maas’ or month of ‘Jyeshta’ as per the Indian calendar, Thirukalyanam takes place in the months of July and August. It is one of the longest festivals in Rameswaram, lasting for 17 days. The festival is celebrated to commemorate the marri

South Indian Delicacies

Rameswaram offers delicious and elaborate South-Indian platters and Thalis which are mostly vegetarian. However, one can also find a number of non-vegetarian preparations including a wide range of seafood. The other local favorites that one must try, incl

Ramanatha swamy Temple

The Ramanathaswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is also one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The temple is located in Rameswaram and is considered a holy pilgrimage site for Shaivites, Vaishnavites, and Smarthas.

Pamban Bridge

The Pamban Bridge is India's first sea bridge and was the longest sea bridge in India until the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in 2010. It is one of the major attractions in Rameswaram.


In 1964’s cyclone the full-fledged town of Dhanushkodi was destroyed, and ever since it is known as the Ghost Town. It’s popular for its picturesque sunrise and sunset, rubbled buildings and is also famous as a bird-watching destination



  • Madurai

    170 kms


  • Rameswaram

    1.6 km


  • Rameswaram Bus Station



The charming property has curated the most memorable experiences for its members. When you’re not witnessing adorable sea turtles, or touring the magnificent temples in the town, you could be floating in a swimming pool or relishing a specially crafted dining experience at the resort. Besides this, there is a plush banquet hall for memorable celebrations and a contemporary boardroom for the corporate titans too.