Do we require AC rooms in August? We plan to stay at a sea facing Puri hotel.
Ananda asked on 2017-06-17
The climate in August is hot and humid, accompanied by occasional rains. Hence, AC rooms will be more comfortable.
Also, sea facing hotels have fabulous views. Unfortunately, August is the time for cyclones too. They originate from the Bay of Bengal and move out towards Andhra Pradesh and coastal Odisha every year. They can be deadly sometimes. Look out for them
Puri faces the south-west monsoon in June and temperature falls and ranges from 25-31 degree Celsius. The rainfall peaks to around 250 mm during July-august and then starts to fall.
The cool breeze from the Bay of Bengal makes the tropical weather more bearable as compared to interior Orissa. August is normally rainy season here but rainfall is not sure if it does not rain than the weather here may be hot and humid. The notorious cyclones originating in the Bay of Bengal can be very deadly sometimes lashing coastal Orissa every year. So, yes go for the A.C rooms in August as the weather here may be hot. There are around 50 hotels at Puri beach but the best hotels available at beachside are hotel holiday resort, Victoria club, deep hotel and puri hotel. All these are available at beach road and cost around 1200-1800 Indian rupee for 24 hours.
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