Sad, not style, BUT very good situation in the heart of Fort Kochi. Clean and Good welcoming. If your life style is to spend 20 hours per day outside it is perfect. Yje best place all around by walking
Stayed here for two nights with a group. Had to ask for a top sheet as only bottom and blanket. Bathroom was dirty, very stained and bare wires above the shower. Room was not serviced, had to ask for extra towels. Very noisy, the air con did notwork even after they said they had fixed it. No breakfast on site you had to do down the road. Big hole above the door where the smoke detector should have been.They did offer laundry and after 24 hours it came back to us damp. Staff were fairly friendly. Needs some money spending on it, there are other places that are cleaner and safer for not much more money, we were stuck there as part of a group
This is not very luxurious but has basic hygiene in place. We had to walk out of another place at little odd hours at night but we got accommodation here and the staff was really helpful. The rooms are not really luxurious. But big enough for 2 people. The great plus point of this place is that it is located in the middle of the market and closer to the beach. Recommended only if one is not looking for anything luxurious and good with a hygienic average place.
During check in a waiting Indian Lady continually tried to catch my eye and shook her head. I was greeted cordially and assured that the noise of electric drills, mechanical saws ets was due to ongoing renovation. The hotel reception area gives no clue as to the state of dilapidation of the rooms. initially the room I was shown to didn't appear too bad, but closer scrutiny made it necessary to immediately get online to find an alternative hotel, which on December 30th was not going to be easy with Fort Kochi winding up for the New Year festival. Forced to stay the night, the bed was large, with crisp clean linen and with a hard mattress which afforded me a surprisingly good nights sleep. The photographs on Booking.com were obviously not recent The hotel location on Princes Street in the centre of Fort Kochi was the best feature of this establishment. Walls were showing damp missing widow panes were tacked with wooden board on a balcony window that opened directly over a busy ally with the wall of a building opposite as the view. floor boards were missing and loose sticking to my feet as I walked round, The bathroom was so filthy that I could not bring myself to use it, wall tiles were covered in all kinds of dirt and stains from previous users, the washbasin was covered in grime and still had the toothpaste stains from previous occupants. The plastic bucket in the shower which many of the Indian bathrooms include looked as if it had been used on a building site with no sign of ever having been attempted to clean it. I will let the photographs speak for themselves. This establishment should be ashamed of the UNCLEAN state of their hotel. The roof top restaurant advertised was like a bombsite with someones laundry strewn across the seats drying. and rubbish everywhere. There is an excuse for dilapidation but absolutely no mitigation for a bathroom filthier than a public restroom.…
You can get a non AC, windowless ensuite double room for 750 rupees, or AC and windows for 1000 (with hot water). Rooms are clean, beds are fine, location is ideal (facing onto Princess Street, tourist info office, lots of bars/restaurants, 5 minute walk from Bus to Munnar.)
Stayed here for 1 night . This is a small hotel with all basic amenities however was hotel was quite neat and clean. The hotel has facilities like Wifi , Printout , Common Computer for small work etc. The best thing is its location i.e walking distance to the beach, Church , Dutch Cemetery and number of food joints nearby. I had booked the stay with breakfast which was duly arranged even thought the restaurant was not operative. The staff spl. the gentleman at reception was really friendly , understanding and co-operative. Really had great time during my stay. Regards Prateek VP Saini
We visited this place in January this year. This is as it says 'a budget hotel'. You have all basic amenities in place, clean and neat. The staff is friendly and helpful. This is located on Princess street. One of the best place in Fort kochi. Very close to beach and biennale venue. A good experience overall.
A centrally located at Fort Kochi. Nearby to the beach, church, Dutch cemetery with many food joints. Lots of tourists at Fort Kochi. Dutch Palace is nearby. Seafood is an excellent choice near the beach of Fort Cochin. Many Dutch, Jews, Christians in Fort Kochi started in 13th century. A worth visiting!
Located in the center of Cochon Fort this Hotel has great potential. If you are out anyway all day this is the place for a small budget. Breakfast is simple, but alright. The rooms are clean and could see an investment in the near future. Ver friendly and helpful staff.
Park Avenue is a charming and family hotel, and not expensive, but it has everything you need. Rooms cost between 23 $ to 28 $ per night. Really cheap and nice, and amazing location, right in the heart of Cochin Island, in the middle of all the events, but still quiet and fun to sleep at night. Staff where lovely and kind and the rooms have a TV, wardrobe, private facilities, and really, really clean there. Recommends to go to the Jewish synagogue there. There are also around the fishermen's nets, where you can buy fish directly from the fisherman, and there is also the chef cook for you once the fish or seafood. The region has also Katakali traditional performances, a dance spectacle, really cheap and a great way to get a taste of Indian culture with music. Just enjoy! My recommendation for how to reach: Princss Street, Fort Kochi, Kochi / Cochin, India 682001 taxi comes to the island, or for the city with the mainland.…
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