Old Harbour Hotel
A restored property in the old quarters of Fort Cochin and a short walk from the Chinese Fishing nets and the sea. Built in the Dutch style of architecture with hints of Portuguese influences, it was the first hotel of old Cochin. There are thirteen spacious rooms, each of them named after the various old streets of Fort Cochin, plush with high ceilings and either looking into a courtyard with a fountain or over the ancient Chinese Fishing nets. The special garden cottages have open-to-the-sky showers, a veranda and a private pond. A large garden with a swimming pool as well as a stage for cultural performances, an Ayurvedic spa and a large open-air terrace amidst plenty of natural green.