Travel back in time to the historic paradise of Fort Kochi on this heritage holiday. Go exploring, like Vasco da Gama did, as you uncover the mysteries and secrets of this ancient spice port. Taste cuisine that’s as exciting today, as it was hundreds of years ago, in a melting pot of cultures and traditions.
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A history-inspired hotel situated on the site that once housed the Victorian boatyard ‘Brunton & Sons’.
A boutique hotel, which like Fort Kochi, is an amalgamation of Portuguese, Dutch, and British influences.
The décor is straight out of a Rudyard Kipling novel, with high lofty ceilings and old-fashioned ‘punkhas’.
The beautiful ocean-facing rooms give you an unforgettable view and unmatched vintage luxury.
The art and artefacts on display are like windows to the past, a veritable history book on Fort Kochi.
The walls of the Armoury Restaurant features replica antique weapons used in the battles for this ancient spice port.
The History Restaurant pays tribute to this melting pot of cultures with authentic cuisine from the 32 communities that call this home.
Terrace Grill serves up the catch of the day anyway you like it, accompanied with unforgettable views.
Take a sunset cruise on ‘Manta’, Brunton Boatyard’s private jetty, around historic Cochin Harbour.
Learn to master traditional Kerala cuisine and spices with an interactive cooking demo with the chef.
Rejuvenate your body, mind and soul, at ‘Aryatheeram’, the holistic and authentic Ayurveda Spa.
Chinese Fishing Nets
St. Francis Church
David Hall Art Gallery
Mattancherry Spice Market
From Cochin International Airport:
About 36 km or 1 hr 15 mins (includes ferry)
From Ernakulam Junction Station:
About 9.7 km or 45 mins
Please pack cottons, a sun hat, and sunblock, to enjoy the tropical weather. We recommend comfortable shows when you explore Fort Kochi.