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Very close to the sea and Chinese fishing nets.
We had a large comfortable air-conditioned room, always very cool.
The people were very nice here. We were greeted with refreshing tender coconuts, and the staff were helpful - when I asked for camomile tea one...More
Love to watch the traditional dutch architectures of Fort Kochi by staying in one of the oldest... no, the oldest hotel of Kerala? The mere feeling of staying in the oldest commercial hotel of Kerala itself is thrilling. Just at the famous Vasco da Gama...More
I stayed at Old Harbour Hotel in May 2018. I arranged an airport pickup which was waiting for me a d then I received a very nice welcome and a coconut drink. My room was enormous and faced both the garden and pool area and...More
Old harbour is more than a safe, quiet, and relaxing harbour. It oozed abundant charm, and heritage. The garden rooms allow one to walk out to the garden and are large and well furnished with antique or antique style furniture. These are not your standard...More
A wonderful start to our holiday in Kerala. A beautiful old heritage hotel in Fort Kochi near to the Chinese Fishing boats. Very friendly welcome, a beautiful room overlooking the lovely gardens and a pool to relax in after an overnight flight. Delicious food both...More
Response from Ciren_Jules | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we’ve stayed at here twice; the food’s been consistently good. It’s largely fish and vegetarian with ingredients sourced locally, that’s why they don’t publish menus! It’s relatively high priced by Indian standards but... More
Hi, we’ve stayed at here twice; the food’s been consistently good. It’s largely fish and vegetarian with ingredients sourced locally, that’s why they don’t publish menus! It’s relatively high priced by Indian standards but a good start before striking out to explore other local alternative restaurants with more options....just ask Jude or one of his very helpful team. Does that help?