Designed to the last detail, The Malabar House effortlessly combines the old and new. Our 17 rooms & suites blend tradition and contemporary design. The feel is small, cozy and personal, a heaven amidst this vibrant yet historical harbor city. The Malabar House is a documented part of Fort Cochin’s historical fabric. Its history dates back to 1755, when Jan Herman Clausing, a Dutch, bought the property from Mathew Henrich Beyls. Subsequently owned by spice traders, tea traders & bankers, in 1997 it became Fort Cochin’s first boutique heritage hotel. Rooms & Suites All 17 rooms & suites are superbly crafted and have stunning colour schemes. They showcase antique and contemporary objects d’art. Deluxe Rooms: 6 double deluxe rooms on the ground floor 5 double deluxe twin bedded rooms on the ground floor All rooms showcase genuine antiques, original works of art & crafted design They open up to terraces, sit outs & garden The average room size is 30 sqm. The rooms differ since The Malabar House is a heritage building. Roof Garden Suites: 5 roof garden suites on the 1st floor with own terraces, overlooking the patio garden or the historic Parade Ground All suites showcase an eclectic collection of antiques, genuine works of art & crafted design The average Roof Garden Suite size is 54sqm. The rooms differ since The Malabar House is a heritage building. Malabar Suite: Peaceful maisonette towards the patio with a living room on 1st floor anda bedroom, bathroom & private terrace on 2nd floor The curated collection displays Kerala’s arts & crafts from the past to the present The Malabar Suite size is 90sqm.
1/268, 1/269 Parade Road, Fort Cochin,Kerala - 682 001 Hotel Type:
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