Surrounded by the mystic Arabian Sea and the tranquil backwaters, Fort Kochi is one among the most preferred holiday destinations in Kerala, God's Own Country. Founded by Portuguese under the grant of Rajah of Cochin, the city evokes a sense of nostalgia. The city is dotted with old churches and synagogues that form the integral part of the culture.
Fort Kochi is now bustling holiday destination that offers you unlimited options to unwind and have a memorable vacations.
Fort Kochi Beach
Build sand castles, talk a walk on the shore or just gaze at sea and unwind. The beach walkway is designed to help you take a leisurely stroll along the coast, The sun-kissed serene Fort Kochi is barely a minute from the hotel.
Mattancherry Palace popularly known as the Dutch Palace is a part of the legacy of the erstwhile Cochin Royalty. The palace is renowned for its temple mural paintings depicting scenes from Ramayana and Mahabharata.
The Mattancherry Palace is 2.5 kilometres from the hotel.
Located in the old Jew Town, Paradesi Synagogue built in 1567 is the oldest Jewish house of prayer in India. The synagogue is part of the Jewish legacy of Fort Kochi known for its historical significance.
Paradesi Synagogue is 4.4 kilometres from the hotel.