Set on the man made Willington Island, the Taj Malabar Cochin has breathtaking view of Cochin’s famous natural harbors and backwaters. A seamless blend of old world charm and new age luxuries, the hotel promises the finest and most unique leisure experiences . It is the perfect place to start Kerala travel.
The heritage wing built in 1935,is known for its simplicity,ethnicity and tastefully done interiors with intricate ceiling and wooden flooring which have been furbished keeping in the mind the colonial history of the original hotel. In the Tower wing of the Taj Malabar, a 7 storey block built in the 1970’s every guest room and suite is a delicate mix of the classic and contemporary offer scenic views of the waterway outside and the island beyond from every corner. The Suites comprise of separate living room and bedroom,with large balconies that allows guests the option of enjoying a meal or simply to put their feet up and enjoy the breathtaking views.
Cochin’s muilti cultural ethnicity can be experienced at the various restaurants of Taj Malabar. Offering panoramic views over the water to the colonial warehouses of Fort Cochin ,the Rice Boat Restaurant,designed along the the lines of the traditional Kettuvallom boats,gives guests the feeling that they are dining on a boat in the water. Featuring the cuisines of the regions,the Rice Boat menu also showcases Kerala’s three distinct sea food styles. Pepper,the all day dining restaurant is designed around the theme of Malabar Coast’s spices trade,with displays depicting the indigneous spices of the region. The restaurant serves a daily buffet breakfast and lunch offering a wide variety of Mediterranean,Kerala and North Indian cuisine. Other dining options at Taj Malabar,Cochin include mouth-watering delicacies cooked in authentic Thai herbs at the Thai Pavillion or exotic cocktails at the Mattancherry Bar.
Making the leisure experience complete are special facilities such as the hotel’s infinity pool ‘Aquarius’,authentic Ayurvedic treatments at the Jiva Spa,or a cruise around the backwaters aboard the three bedroom luxury yacht Cinnamon Coast.
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