Me and my wife stayed in Koder house just for one night, as a transit passenger. Stay was good except for the kind of dampy smell in our bed room, but the interiors n furnitures, cleanliness compensated more than for this flaw. Wooden staircase n flooring were simply outstanding and so the common lounge was. As at present hotel is not having any restaurant services, tasteful breakfast could only be provided by caretaker Mr Vergeese. Overall good and satisfactory stay.
This stunning property is nothing less than a heritage monument of the bygone era. The rooms are adorned with antique furniture, flooring and ceiling. From the property one can witness the landscape of Fort Kochi. It is a treat for historians , cultural and architectural enthusiast and for all those who would like to experience a royal trip. Also the service and hospitality by the staff is amazing, rooms are huge with a separate dressing room and a huge bathroom. Also breakfast can be enjoyed by the poolside in a serene atmosphere. A must visit place!!!
We stayed this hotel at the beginning and end of our tour around Kerala. We had the junior sweet illustrated and there was plenty of space for us. The air conditioning helped our transition from English winter to Kerala norm. A very good breakfast with lots of choice.
I randomly booked a yoga session at this hotel and had the pleasure to meet sreejith Who gave me a private yoga course for a very reasonable price. He took all the time needed to explain his practice and in a perfect English. This was very enlightening and I felt amazingly well and relaxed after the course. It took place in an amazing historical room right at the top with fantastic view over the garden. Very peaceful place I thoroughly recommend this experience for beginners or advanced yoga practitioners.
Luxurious rooms, great atmosphere, super clean, BUT, just a dip pool, more for decoration then use. The food was overpriced, the menu obviously catering to the American/European traveller. Location, Right in the middle of a bustling, busy street. Poverty outside the hotel difficult to experience.
An old hotel located in a building that was a Jewish family home. Very large rooms. The hotel is very clean and has an upscale atmosphere of ancient times. The food is very good. The staff is courteous and attentive to everyone. Just have to pay attention to the hotel is no longer Jewish owned and they claim to have a kosher meal which is not true. In summary highly recommended מלון עתיק שנמצא במבנה שהיה בית משפחה יהודית . חדרים גדולים מאד . המלון נקי מאד ויש בו אווירה יוקרתית של הזמן הקדום. האוכל טוב מאד. הצוות אדיב וקשוב לכול. רק צריך לשים לב המלון כבר לא בבעלות יהודית והם טוענים שיש להם ארוחה כשרה וזה לא נכון. לסיכום מאוד מומלץ
Whilst travelling in India for my dad’s 80th my father and I discovered the wonderful Sreejith’s yoga sessions at Koder House. I have been doing yoga for over 20 years with many different teachers in different places around the world but this was something very special. My 80 year old dad is new to yoga and Sreejith gave the most incredible introduction. The session was so magical that we asked Sreejith to come to our next location - a houseboat in Alleppey for another session which he did the following day. I would recommend anyone travelling through Kochi to have a yoga or meditation session with Sreejith - he is wonderful.
We stayed two families with four kids (4-7 years old) for two nights in two extremely big rooms. We loved the rooms, the ambient and the great location next to many restaurants and small shops. We highly recommend this hotel.
The hotel is very nice and the stuff very kind. The room was very clean and very spacious. You get a feeling of the former times since the hotel is furnished in the coloniolal style. The breakfast was also very delicious (go for the dosa).
Fabulous old mansion in great position, 300 yo. Only 6 x massive suites, decorated with antiques . Food tasty, homemade, very helpful with food allergies. Most respectful and courteous staff Reasonably priced Highly recommend