With its location in the centre of the city, Dream Hotel is ideal for both business and leisure travellers.
This vibrant city on the Malabar Coast, deep down south in the state of Kerala, has been an active trading port for over six centuries now. It was used particularly in the spices trade, earning it the moniker of “Queen of the Arabian Sea.” With its lush, green landscapes and serene backwaters and beaches, Kochi is one of the most popular holiday destinations in India. It is also the venue for India’s biggest Arts Biennale, which saw its first edition in late 2012.
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Kathakali dance performanceCultural
Stroll at Marine DriveFamily
Explore the 16th century Pardesi Synagogue in the heart of Jew Town, one of the few surviving active synagogues in India.Cultural
Shop at Cinnamon
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Converted from a private residence into a heritage hotel in 1955, The Malabar House features a mix of 11 spacious rooms, five roof garden suites, and a grand Malabar duplex suite.
Located less than an hour’s drive out of Kochi, this homestay features four large rooms and retains the charm of the late 19th century when it was built.
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For those tired of the subtle flavours of South Indian cuisine commonly found across Kochi, Dal Roti’s North Indian menu provides a welcome change.
This is the perfect place to relax with a book and a coffee or to just rest your feet after exploring the bustling streets of Fort Kochi.
From local sweet-water fish to the catch of the day from the high seas, the food at this restaurant is always fresh and delicious.