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06 Nov 2015
Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own Country'. Its strategic importance over the centuries is underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Informally, Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala. From time immemorial, the Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin.

Over the years, Cochin has emerged as the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala and is perhaps the second most important city on the west coast of India (after Mumbai/Bombay). Cochin is proud of its world class port and international airport that link it to many major cities worldwide. To make your stay easy, you can opt for a homestay or book a room in a hotel.

Warm hospitality and quality accommodation being their motives, the staff swears by it. The hotels in Cochin provide premium facilities to its worldwide guests. With elegantly decorated rooms that boast of premium facilities required for a relaxed stay. What’s more, some of these hotels offer Ayurvedic massage to rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul.

With all three star facilities, these resorts promise pure value, pure quality and pure services delivered. They have a small quality driven collection of hotels & hotel apartments within one of the world's most modern and fastest growing city Varappuzha in Kochi.

Located on Willington Island, some of Hotels in Cochin are within easy distance of famed sites such as the Jewish Synagogue, Chinese fishing nets, Mattancherry Palace, and St. Francis Church. We would also recommend that you take some time to take a sunset cruise and explore the meandering backwaters.
 
At the heart of ancient Fort Cochin, Kerala, a place that exudes history and culture, is the a 300 year-old building that has for long been a heritage monument of this town, now reopened as a boutique hotel. Built in the Dutch style of architecture with hints of Portuguese influences, it was the first hotel of old Cochin. Later it remained a residential home to employees of English tea-broking firms until it was left unused for a period of time.

If a Homestay in Cochin is what makes you feel at ease, then we suggest that you take a look at the gamut of options available. Some of these are at a walking distance from the bus station and the ferries.


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