Accommodation at Sri Venkateswara Swamy Vari Devasthanam, Dwaraka Tirumala

The Devasthanam is having various types of Choultries, Cottages and Kalyana Mandapams for providing accommodation to the visiting pilgrims. All the rooms are equipped with solar water heater system and 24 hours uninterrupted power supply. Two dormitories were started for the stay and convenience of pilgrims with nominal charges of Rs. 10/- each. One at Up-hill and another in downhill in M.S.Choultry which is nearer to bus stand. Locker facilities and toilets are also provided.


Name of the Choultry No. of Rooms Rent for Current Booking Rent for Advance Booking
  A.C. Non-A.C A.C. Non A.C. Room A.C. Non A.C. Room
Sri Dharma Apparaya Nilayam (120 Roomed Choultry) 52 52 800 600 1200 900
8 8 1000 800 1500 1200
Sri Rani Chinnayamma Rao Choultry Nil 33 Nil 300 Nil 450
T.T.D. Choultry 4 12 600 300 900 450
Padmavati Sadanam 1 2 800 500 1200 750
Andal Sadanam 1 2 800 500 1200 750
Balaji Sadanam 4 3 600 300 900 450
Alwar Sadanam Rooms Nil 16 Nil 300   300
Alwar Sadanam Ground Floor(Including Rooms)       7000   7000
Alwar Sadanam Upper Floor(Including Rooms)       5000   5000
S.V.Nilyam(S.V.Guest House) 2 4 950 600 1425 900

Guest Houses

Name of the Guest House No. of Suits Rent for Current Booking Rent for Advance Booking
Srinivasa Nialayam 2 A.C 3000 4500
Srinilayam 2 A.C 3000 4500
Sriharivasam 2 A.C 3000 4500
Sudarsanam 2 A.C 3000 4500
Venkataratnagiri 2 A.C 3000 4500
SitaNilayam 2 A.C + 1 Non.A.C 4000 6000
Byrraju Nilayam 2 A.C + 1 Non.A.C 4000 6000
SriChakra Panchajanya 2 A.C + 2 Non.A.C 4000 6000
Satya Nilayam 2 A.C + 1 Non.A.C 4000 6000
Srivatsa 3 A.C. 4500 6750
Srivibhu 3 A.C. 4500 6750
Dwaraka Nilayam 2 A.C 6000 9000
Koustubbham 4 A.C 6000 9000
Bhagirata 4 A.C 6000 9000
Sri Venkatesa Nilayam 4 A.C 6000 9000
Sri Govinda Nilayam 4 A.C 6000 9000
Sri Vasudeva Nilayam 4 A.C 6000 9000
Chandrasekhara Nilayam 4 A.C 6000 9000
Surya Nandaka 5 A.C. 15000 22500
Seshadri Nilayam 3 A.C. 4500 6750
Srilaxmivallabha 2 A.C + 1 Non.A.C 4000 6000

Kalyana Mandapams

Name of the Kalyana Mandapam Name of the Block Rent
T.T.D. Kalayana Mandapam Sudhama 2000/-
Subadra 2000/-
Vimala 2000/-
Vishnu 2000/-
Madhava Kalyana Mandapam Vakula 30000/-
Vasundara 30000/-
Vyjayanti 30000/-
Vanamali 30000/-
Sriharikalatoranam Sriharikalatoranam 5000/-

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