Stay in a bastion of Dutch legacy at a charming boutique hotel with contemporary hues. Taste a fusion of flavours inspired by the Dutch Spice Route. Discover the colonial influences of an ancient port city through its architecture, bazaars, art and culture. Explore a little-known period in Fort Cochin history and a place early explorers called paradise.
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(Bastion Room with Private Terrace) Live in nautical-themed contemporary-styled sunlit rooms, adorned with VOC-branded furniture, enamel work, Delft China, and airy patios with views of history.
(Swimming Pool) Indulge in the large inviting swimming pool to cool off in the summer heat or choose a quiet corner by the poolside with your favourite book and a few tall refreshing drinks.
(Luxurious Bathroom) Discover Dutch architectural influences in the most unexpected places, like the post-modern design of the sunlit bathrooms, with clean cubic lines and chic retro touches.
(East Indies Restaurant) Experience progressive cuisine with the fusion menu at East Indies Restaurant, with recipes found along the Dutch Spice Route, featuring Surat, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malabar and Bengal.
Take your time and find the secrets of this ancient city with a guide who knows which charming lanes to take, which old architecture to pause at, and which stories to tell.
St. Francis Church
Mattancherry Spice Market
Chinese Fishing Nets
David Hall Art Gallery
Catch of the Day
From Cochin International Airport:
About 37 km or 1 hr 16 mins
From Ernakulam Junction Railway Station:
About 12.8 km or 28 mins
Wear light cottons, cool shades, and the right sunblock while exploring the city in the tropical summer. Fort Kochi is a heritage paradise, so there is a lot of walking to do. Pack a comfortable pair of shoes and a hat. You should make the time to visit the many art galleries across the city.