At the core of Fort Kochi, overlooking its breathtaking harbour, the Old Harbour Hotel is a fabulously restored property, complete with modern amenities while sticking to its fundamental Portuguese and Dutch inspiration. A more than three century’s old building, it was the first hotel in the history of Old Cochin which later changed hands to become a residence, and currently is a boutique hotel with just 13 rooms (each named after an old street in Cochin).
The stimulating connotation of Indian and Sri Lankan art along with the Portuguese and Dutch heritage, aside from its refined service and delectable seafood, has made it one sought after hotel. Each room has been designed uniquely by Karl Damschen and furnished using teakwood for the floors, antique furniture and differentiated art that contrast refreshingly and overlook either the fountain courtyard or the Chinese Fishing nets. The special garden cottages give an authentic insight into Keralan life and house open to the sky showers and private ponds among other modern appliances. The hotel also boasts a serene swimming pool, a traditional Spa, open air terrace for cultural performances and much more to while your time.