Mint Special - 4Nights /5 Days Package - For honeymoon cuples with exciting complementaries BOOK NOW! Package Code: MHS01

Hotel Mint Flower, Â the three star facility Hotel in wayanad at Sulthan Bathery. Our aim is to redefine the service culture of the hospitality industry and to give the utmost satisfaction to the customer. Located at the heart of Sulthan Bathery town, Hotel Mintflower has the best facilities to offer the weary traveler as well as the business executives. Well appointed suites and rooms, multi cuisine A/C and non A/c restaurants, boardroom, A/C conference hall, ample car parking, lift facility, cordial service staff, Hotel Mintflower is here to capture your heart and soul. A sense of calm, refreshing people, impeccable hospitality, Hotel Mintflower has it all.

Come and stay with us and enjoy our hospitality which is beyond your imagination.

FACILITIES at Mint Flower Hotels in Wayanad

  • Boardroom
  • Conference Hall
  • Maria's Lounge - A/c Restaurant
  • Mint Flower Family Restaurant
  • Buffet Dining Hall
  • Hotel Mint Flower
  • Boardroom
  • Conference Hall
  • Tippu Sulthan Suite
  • Boardroom
  • Conference Hall
  • Maria's Lounge - A/c Restaurant


  • Pookotte Lake

    Pookotte Lake

    It is a natural fresh water lake, surrounded with evergreen rain forest. There is a fresh water aquarium & a green house here.

  • Lakkidi View Point

    Lakkidi View Point

    Lakkidi is one of the highest locations in Wayanad. It is at an elevation of 700 meters above sea level.

  • Edakkal Caves

    Edakkal caves in the Ambukuthy Mountains are not caves in the right sense. It is only a cleft in reality.

  • Soochipara Waterfalls

    Soochipara Waterfalls

    Soochipara waterfalls are really treasures of nature. Alight from your drive & take a one km. walk into the dense forest of Wayanad.

  • Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

    Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

    his sanctuary is located very near to the Karnataka border. Wild forests covering an area of 345 sq.mts.

  • Kuruwa Island

    Kuruwa Island

    995 acres of thick green forest along the banks of the tributaries of east flowing Kabini river forms Kuruwa Dweep or island.