This hotel has a really lovely and friendly atmosphere. Our room was really beautiful. Spacious and clean with lots of antique furniture and character. All the staff we met during our stay were excellent. It’s in a perfect location for exploring the town. Only downside is the sound proofing wasn’t brilliant so we could hear other guests during the night.
I loved the Old Courtyard, the room was lovely, the staff helpful and their resident travel advisor Meena was brilliant in helping me plan my few days in the western ghats. I would stay here again if returning to Fort Kochi.
We were staying around the corner in a very nice but bland hotel. we saw this place through the narrow doorway into it's courtyard. We then moved hotel to stay there. we went away to the backwaters but then came back again. The large Portuguese style house was owned by a Jewish family. Indeed there is a whole area in Fort Cochin called 'Jewtown'. The house is very characterful and has historical charm. The staff are very friendly. Rooms are lovely and like time travel. The free breakfast was fine. We just enjoyed hanging out in the peaceful inner courtyard and old rooms. A beautiful and relaxing place in the middle of the popular part of Fort Cochin. Fort cochin itself is amazing and lovely. Mina the travel agent who works from the entrance area is awesome.
The located is located in Fort Kochi just near to the Chinese Fishing Nets. The room size is good but it is a small budget hotel. Their restaurant is managed by someone else as it is outsourced. The building requires renovation.
Blue Sea Lemonade (The lemonade was perfectly made with the blue lime syrup, soda, ice crushers and mint leaves. The drink to cool out body. The ambiance was stylish with old texture of chairs and courtyards and decos. The service was quite okay. Just loved the place to relax and talk our chitchats and sit for the whole day.) . . Breadworld Price: ₹120/- Personal Rating: 4.2/5
The hotel is very centrally located in Fort Cochin. It is within walking distance of the Chinese fishing nets, the church and the Kathakali show. We had a huge room with antique furniture and the whole building had a ancient feel about it. The staff were helpful but we often had to wait for someone to turn up. The breakfast was slow coming but quite nice. Overall quite a nice stay.
Beautiful hotel. A tranquil oasis on arrival. Truly beautiful surroundings and room. Food was excellent... we couldn’t have asked for better. Fresh, regional and delicious. Also amazing breakfast. First experience of India and loved it. A special mention for the outstanding service throughout our stay
Nice quaint hotel, great location. Rooms we had were large and comfortable. There were some minor renovations taking place when we visited . The morning (very limited) breakfast service was extremely slow.
Great location - within walking distance of the Basilica, Kathakai centre and the Chinese Fishing nets - but we did find it noisy, particularly from motorbikes and howling dogs! Our room (no 3) was colonial in style, comfortable and spacious. We didn't feel we had the friendliest of welcomes here although the staff were OK and on hand (to immediately resolve) when we woke to no water one morning.
This hotel is old and a bit down at the heels, but the staff try hard to make it work. When we visited, breakfast was down to eggs and white toast, and the food service was being scaled back. The room was huge and comfortable, and it echoed a bygone age. The staff tried hard to be helpful. Overall, we enjoyed it.