Moored on a historic stretch of Cochin's famed harbor, the Brunton Boatyard Hotel is a tribute to another age. Resurrected from the remains of a Victorian shipbuilding yard, it gives the modern traveler a unique opportunity to dwell amidst the shadow-plays of 19th century history. The five star hotel's interiors too, are an eclectic blend of English, Portuguese and Dutch influences. Soaring ceilings, hanging fans, and artifacts and curios from the great age of steam and sail.
Experience history at the History restaurant where each dish reflects a different community, and with 30 different communities living in Kochi each with their own special story. Every day the Chef walks food lovers through the history of a local community dish.
The Railway Mutton Curry is a star attraction! Some of Kerala’s iconic landmarks are in close proximity. Jew town with its Synagogue shares its boundary wall with the palace of the Cochin Royal Family. The palace known as Mattancherry Palace or Dutch Palace is now a museum exhibiting artefacts belonging to the royal family, old city and street maps from the Dutch period and some exquisite murals on its walls. The spice streets and warehouses still buzz with activity during the day. The Church of the Leaning Cross which is where the local St. Thomas Christians revolted against the Portuguese imposing their Christian traditions on them. The art galleries, restaurants and cafes along the harbor.
- Stay for 2N/3D in Sea facing room at the glorious environment
- Get to know the rich culture of Kochi by visiting many iconic places
- Experience panoramic view of Arabian sea from Sunset Cruise
- Take delightful breakfast providing local flavours