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Pleasant and wonderful experience of stay here...awesome location and hotel amenities..STAFF WAS VERY HELPING ESPECIALLY Ms.Evita..ONLY thing they can improve is the vegetarian choices in breakfast..Rest nice ...
Comfortable rooms, excellent food and the view overlooking the Sea is awesome. The staff were polite and got a surprise upgrade on my room. The room I was on was also excellent. The sea view rooms next to the swimming pool was the highlight of...More
The hotel was amazing, one of the best hotels we have stayed in kochi. The view of the sea was splendid, While other hotels has only a backwater view. All staffs were very friendly and enjoyed their hospitality. The cottage room we got had a...More
Great location, really pleasant and clean rooms, but the thing that makes this such a good place to stay are the staff. All of the people are incredibly helpful and generous with their time and advice. We were traveling to Maldives due to heavy rains...More
Situated on a quiet, leafy lane, Hotel Old Lighthouse Bristow welcomed us graciously. It is right on the waterfront and from many areas of the property we enjoyed the splendid views, soothing sea breeze and spent hours watching ships sail by lazily. The dining room,...More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a... More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a local fisherman and taken to a sidewalk shack which cooked it as per our choice (for a charge of courde)
The spice market is where you can buy fresh spices at wholesale rates as well as pre-packaged masalas for cooking along with attached recipes. Any rick driver will gladly take you there.
There are also several important churches around as well as the Jewish quarter.
My suggestion is that you look at the Things to do section of Fort Kochi on Tripadvisor.
Have a great holiday!