Kochi Hotels Hotels Kochi, Ernakulam, Fort Cochin
Parade Ground Rd
What may just be one of the fanciest boutique hotels in Kerala. Malabar flaunts its uberhip blend of modern colours and period fittings like it's not even trying. It has a restaurant and wine bar. While the suites are huge and lavishly appointed, the standard rooms are more snug. Also check out their lush retreat Privacy at Sanctuary Bay or gorgeous ecofriendly house boat, Discovery.
Tel: 0484 2215461
This imposing hotel faithfully reproduces 16th- and 17th-century Dutch and Portuguese architecture in its grand complex. All of the rooms look out over the harbour and have bathtub and balconies with a refreshing sea breeze that beats AC any day.
An upmarket, huge modern house, with a sweeping spiral staircase from the reception room and a variety of gleamingly clean, appealling rooms (one with a balcony), plus a friendly welcome.
The fastidious Mr. Walton offers big wood-furnished rooms in his lovely old house that is painted a nautical white with blue trim. There is a lush garden out the back and a large secondhand book- shop downstairs. The bird-filled garden has one AC garden cottage available for rent.
This mustard coloured colonial building was built in 1912 as headquarters of a UK spice trading company before being taken over by Brooke Bond tea. Graceful rooms are decorated with flashes of strong colour and carved wood en furniture, and have Bassetta-tiled bathrooms.
Peter Celli St
The intimate and comfortaable rooms at the Raintree flirt with boutique-hotel status. Each room has a great blend of contemporary style and carved wood furniture. Try to get an upstairs room with a (tiny) balcony.
Parade Ground Rd
This gracious place has the look of a 1940s summer cottage, housed in a fine 350-year-old house that boasts a large collection of interesting rooms. The house has polished floor boards, wooden window shutters, balconies and verandas, and is filled with lovely period furniture.
Maulana Azad Road
This is the home of the antique-dealer owner of gorgeous Caza Maria in Jew Town Rd. There are four mammoth turquoise rooms in this grand family villa. The sumptuous communal drawing room is filled with more antiques, and a hearty breakfast is served in the outdoor courtyard.
Old Harbour Hotel
Set around an idyllic garden, with lily ponds and a small pool, the dignified Old Harbour is housed in a 300-year-old Dutch/ Portuguese heritage building. The elegant mix of period and modern styles and bright colour accents are luxurious without being over the top, lending the place a much more intimate feel than some of the more grandiose competition. There are 13 rooms here, some facing directly onto the garden, and some with plant-filled, open-air bathrooms.
Bernard Master Rd
There are just a few miniscule rooms in this compact homestay, but the immaculate cleanliness and neat rooftop chill-out space make this place worth seeking out.
KB Jacob Rd
Tucked away on a narrow laneway this rambling old colonial house has budget rooms, an almost gothic sitting room and balconies lined with pot plants: it offers a backpacker-friendly welcome from the Portuguese-descended family.
This gorgeous 1890s traditional Syrian-Christian home is on a 16-hectare farm surrounded by backwaters, 28km south of Kochi. A restored mansion of rosewood and glistening teak, it has several large and breezy rooms beautifully decor rated in the original period decor (only the ceiling fans are new). There are lots of shaded awnings and sitting areas, a fascinating archive with six generations of family history and the gracious owners will make you feel like a welcome friend rather than a guest.
M G Rd
This 1960s hotel on Mahatma Gandhi (MG) Rd, with its polished original art deco fittings, oozes the sort of retro cool that modern hotels would kill to re-create. The spacious rooms have gleaning parquet floors and large modern bathrooms, and the foyer has beautiful vintage furniture. Definitely fine enough to tempt a stay in Ernakulam.
T D Rd
With a cool, yellow foyer featuring interesting clutter such as vintage fans, this is a refreshing place to enter from the busy street. Rooms are small but decorated with flashes of colour: red curtains and bathrooms, that give then a funky feel that is a welcome surprise in this price bracket.
Best Hotel / Homestay Deals
Book a Hotel at the best price from 30+ online booking services. All hotels rated by guests.
Subscribe to the Kerala Tourism Guide E-zine. It is absolutely free
[?] Subscribe To This Site