Fort Cochin Hotels
This is a handy guide of some of the best hotels and homestays in and around Fort Cochin, Ernakulam. We have included some useful information on the hotels and home stays. ( You can also refer our Kerala Guide for more information on Fort Cochin)
A leisurely stroll along the quaint streets of Fort Kochi is the best way to discover the charm of this city, which still retains well preserved Dutch and Portuguese buildings that trace their origin to the colonial era. Famous for its natural harbor and historical sites, Fort Kochi is a favorite haunt of tourists. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride through the placid backwaters dotted with Chinese nets, savour the irresistible seafood delicacies in the beach front shacks made from the catch-of-the-day or just laze around in the beach. Options are all yours.
Fort Kochi has some of the finest boutique hotels including Malabar House Hotel, the Old Harbour Hotel, Koder House, Trinity, Brunton Boatyard and Tea Bungalow. Easy on your wallets, the friendly hotels of Fort House, Tower House or Fort Heritage hotels are just right for a relaxing stay. Some of our favorite homestays include Sui House or Casa Maria. Each of these accommodation facilities has something special to offer for everyone and this is what makes them really special for us.
To experience the charm of these premium accommodation facilities, all you need to do is to call or email us and you can also ask for advice concerning your special travel needs, if any. We have selected the cream of the crop of accommodation facilities in and around Fort Cochin.
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Our Personal Favourite Fort Cochin Hotels
A historical town with the fusion culture of Indian, Dutch, French, British, Portuguese, Chinese and Jew. An image of a colonial town. Facing beach and backwater. Fort Kochi is located about 13 km from Ernakulam town. From ancient times it has been the hub of the spice trade and still is. Vasco da Gama arrived here in search of the 'black gold' (pepper) and thus introduced it to the western world. Some of the landmarks in Fort Kochi which bear mute witness to its rich history are the Chinese fishing nets, the Vasco Da Gama Square, Santa Cruz Basilica and the St. Francis Church to name just a few.