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Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel

Spacious hotel with Sea Facing deluxe rooms on Fort Cochin Beach

The Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel sits on the silent end of Fort Cochin beach. Facing out to sea. Home to one of the architects of modern Cochin, the house reopened in the autumn of 2009 as a boutique hotel.

Review Rating

  • Rating (out of 5): 3

    Number of Reviewers: 167
  • The rooms at Old Lighthouse Hotel are spacious with rain showers or baths. Although all the rooms do not look out to sea, breakfast and dinner is served facing the sea. But yes the deluxe suite has a sea face balcony.

    Tastefully restored hotel with various accommodation options including villas, suites and ensuited rooms. There are six  spacious and well decorated garden view rooms that open out into a well kept garden.

    In case you are looking for something a bit more lavish, we recommend the deluxe suites, some of them with views of the Arabian Sea and the bay. Watch the colourful fishing boats  and the impressive ocean liners zooming past the waters just beneath your bed room windows. The two villas at The Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel ensure the ultimate privacy and style. The hallways of the hotel decorated with sculptures and paintings impart a traditional touch to the whole milieu. There is a large swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and outdoor beach side seating area.

    We at Karma Kerala, especially loved the fine cuisine prepared by the chef who has had the privilege to be in the entourage of the luxury cruise liner Queen Mary 2. The two outdoor restaurants of Bristow's Bistro and Lighthouse Lounge ensure an alfresco dining experience. The fusion appetizers at the Vinocean bar are worth trying out.  The  well equipped Spa Deha offers  Ayurvedic massages and Swedish relaxation massages to pamper your body and mind. If you are looking for a luxurious stay at the heritage zone of Fort Kochi, this boutique hotel would be a good choice.

    The Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel is housed in a period style Bungalow, which was the former residence of the late Sir Robert Bristow, the architect of the modern port of Cochin who lived here for two decades from 1920 to 1941.

    KarmaKerala Review of Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel

    Seated before breakfast watching the early morning swimmers plunge into the waves and feeling the sea breeze come from the sea makes this property special. The rooms are spacious and boutique and the overall feel chic.

    Further Information

    Rooms Available

    Double Rooms, Single Rooms, Family Rooms

    Internet Access

    WiFi

    Nearest Airport

  • Cochin
  • Distance to Airport

  • 45 Kms
  • Nearest Railway Station

  • Ernakulam
  • Distance to Railway Station

    17 kms
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