My place is close to art and culture and the city center. My place is good for couples, families (with kids), and big groups.
Namasthe! We welcome you to the Queen of Arabian Sea, And her Charming faces of Backwaters, Lakes, Beaches, Culture & Monuments
Experience beauty of Chinese Fishing Nets (Must Try how does its works once in your Life), Explore Jew City, Paradesi Synagogue, Dutch Palace any much more Historic, Architectural & Cultural deposits from the Ancestors.
Rain trees that dot the heritage zone in Fort Kochi have come to be a value-addition, adding to the charm of the oldest European settlement in India.
Fully Furnished Rooms Having All basic Amenities , all the rooms Having its Own Attached Toilet,Having 24 Hours Hot and cold Water supply.Comfortable Bedding and tidy linens and free toiletries.Property having Full power backup.
Located near Njaliparambu Junction (A Middle in between All the tourist Attractions and Close to all Public transport facilities),Which is an Ideal Location for every tourists to fulfill their Travel Needs, Also We are Providing Excellent Hospitality Standards to ensure Maximum guest satisfactions through developing Quality of service & Well behaving team .
Fort Kochi in Kerala some centuries back served as a centre of power to some and for others as an ideal place to practice and follow their religious faiths. European colonial powers, and communities like the Jews, the Hindus, the Jains, the Christians and the Muslims; all embraced Fort Kochi as their home from time to time.
Proximity to the sea and the backwater has contributed to the culture and lifestyle of the people of Fort Kochi. History reckons the presence of the Arabs, the Chinese, the Dutch, the Portuguese and the British in Fort Kochi. A mix of Portuguese, Dutch and British style houses from the colonial periods line the streets of Fort Kochi. Some of them exhibit an architectural blend comprising European and the traditional Kerala style.
The venerable city of KOCHI (Long known as Cochin), is Kerala's hottest tourist spot, spreading across islands and promontories in a stunning location between the Arabian Sea and backwaters.its main sections-modern Ernakulam, in the east, and the old districts of Mattancherry and Fort Cochin on a peninsula in the west-are linked by a complex system of ferries, ad distinctly less romantic bridges.
History of Kochi
Kochi was a fishing village in the Kingdom of Kochi in the pre-colonial Kerala. The territory that would be later known as Fort Kochi was granted to the Portuguese in 1503 by the Rajah of Kochi, after the forces of Afonso de Albuquerque helped him fighting the forces of Saamoothiri of Kozhikode. The Rajah also gave them permission to build Fort Emmanuel near the waterfront to protect their commercial interests. The first part of the name Fort Kochi comes from this fort, which the Dutch later destroyed. The Portuguese built their settlement behind the fort, including a wooden church, which was rebuilt in 1516 as a permanent structure, today known as the St Francis Church. Fort Kochi remained in Portuguese possession for 160 years. In 1683 the Dutch captured the territory from the Portuguese, destroyed many Portuguese institutions, particularly Catholic including convents. The Dutch held Fort Kochi in their possession for 112 years until 1795, when the British took control by defeating the Dutch. Foreign control of Fort Kochi ended in 1947 with the Indian independence,
A mix of old houses built by the Portuguese, Dutch and British in these colonial periods line the streets of Fort Kochi. St Francis Church was built in 1503 by the Portuguese as a Catholic church. Vasco da Gama was once buried in this church which now falls under the Church of South India and is one of the national monuments. Santa Cruz Basilica, also built by the Portuguese in the 16th century, was later destroyed by the British and rebuilt near the end of 19th century. The landmark that causes more public and visitor interest is a series of pre-colonial Chinese fishing nets on the waterfront, believed to have been introduced by Chinese traders in the early 14th century.
Common Area to meet fellow travelers
T.V room/Games room
Free WiFi Accessibility
Television in the room
We Would like to help Our guest at their any needs, Our dedicated team Awaiting for your requirements,We have very friendly, Hospitable team at our friend desk also they Serve Breakfast and Meal throughout the day on Your request.I will be Available at the property/call away from the property to help our guest/filling their quires.
Our Well Organized Travel Desk Team Help you on these Services
Indian Classical And Traditional Dances
Yoga & Meditation
Sight Seeing Tours