Best Places to Stay Cochin

Gokulam Park Inn, Cochin Hotels Bookings

Gokulam Park

The Gokulam Park is conveniently located in the city’s business and prime shopping hub. It is a good value for money option to stay in Cochin. All rooms are centrally air-conditioned, carpeted, running hot and cold water, CC TV, Minibar, a safe, and a direct dial facility. Leisure facilities here include a Swimming pool and a fitness center.

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Trident, Cochin Hotels Bookings

Trident

Located on Willingdon Island, Trident is one of the best places to stay in Cochin. It is just twenty minutes from the business district and within easy distance of Fort Cochin, a well-known tourist attraction. The hotel offers contemporary facilities in a relaxed and serene ambience to both business and leisure travelers. Each of the well-appointed room is built around a picturesque central courtyard with a swimming pool and beautiful landscaped garden.

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Taj Malabar Resort & Spa, Cochin Hotels Bookings

Taj Malabar Resort & Spa

The Taj luxury hotel in Cochin situated on Willingdon Island (Named after the British officer who commissioned it in 1920), with a magnificent view of the harbor and beautiful backwaters is one of the best hotels in the town. The Taj Malabar Resort & Spa combines old-world elegance with modern day convenience. The heritage wing, built in 1935 is adorned with graceful Victorian interiors that aptly reflect the ethnic heritage of Cochin. Its tower wing houses newly renovated guestroom suites, each a delicate mix of the classic with the contemporary. Additionally, the hotel offers excellent facilities like a swimming pool, coffee shop, restaurants, bars and an Ayurvedic massage center.

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Brunton Boatyard, Cochin Hotels Bookings

Brunton Boatyard

Built to resemble a 19th century boatyard, The Brunton Boatyard is considered a great tribute to the city of Cochin. The heritage –style property offers a memorable stay for guests in the city. Inspired form the Dutch and Portuguese architecture of Fort Cochin, it blends very well into the Cochin skyline. It's quite difficult to believe that the Brunton is a new building since it resembles the old colonial buildings of Cochin. The charm is enhanced by the simple lime-washed walls, sloping tile roof and terra-cotta floors and a Giant "Rain Tree". The location is right at the meeting point of the waters of the Indian Ocean and the famed backwaters of Kerala. Unlike the normal, Brunton makes its mark among the finest hotels of the world. Every room enjoys scenic views of the harbour. The premises have a swimming pool, restaurant and all modern amenities.

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