First propelled into prominence in the year 600BC,Kerala became the refuge of the Jews, a trading partner with the Egyptians and Chinese in 300BC and a colony of the Dutch in the 15th century and the British in the 18th century. The hub of spice trade and the most convenient port of call in the southern peninsula, Kochi enjoys its sobriquet as the Queen of the Arabian Sea.
Set amidst of Fort heritage. A Dutch Palace built in the 17th century and converted into a Heritage Hotel in 1997. Built with laterite, limestone, wood and tiles, Fort heritage is beautifully restored, retaining every feature of the original structure.
Twelve spacious air conditioned rooms exquisitely furnished.
Unique Holiday Experience soaking in an ambience redolent with history.
A gracious dining room 'The Heritage Zone' serving superb cuisine.
Lawn and Garden service for enjoying cool and comfortable breakfast and dinner.