Located in heart of Kochi
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||7.7|
|Distance to city center||8.00 Km|
|Nearest airport||Cochin International Airport (COK)|
|Distance to airport||26.5 km|
This colonial-styled budget hotel, situated on Tower Road, is located adjacent to the Fort Cochin Beach. Guests will enjoy easy access to numerous attractions including the Hill Palace Museum, Bolghatty Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, St. Francis Church, the Jewish Synagogue, and the The Mattancherry Palace. Guests are provided with ample access to picturesque backdrops and an array of amazing sites. The on-site restaurant serves an eclectic array of international and authentic local cuisine in a warm atmosphere. The Koder House Boutique Hotel is an ideal property for guests who are looking for a beach holiday in this almost off-the-beaten-track southern city.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-3 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 4-5 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 6 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Historic hotel in a great location”
We had a nice stay at Koder House which oozed history and local heritage. The hotel is in a great location and our room was spacious, clean and interesting in a quirky sort of way. The only area of improvement is with respect to the restaurant food. In such a historic hotel the food should be excellent. It wasn't. Moreover, guests should have the option of being served wine by the glass,without the obligation of purchasing an entire bottle. Keralites and foreign guests deserve no less.
Fantastic 2-night stay!”
Such a beautiful beautiful place. The rooms are spacious and luxurious and the bed was very comfortable. There are large common areas in which to read, play games, or take tea. Recommend staying on the highest floor for best view of the park. The location is pretty hard to beat. We were a block away from the Chinese Fishing Nets, and walking distance from many nice restaurants and shops. The staff went above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable . The food in the restaurant was also very good (try the Koder House Fish Soup!) and reasonably priced . The spa keeper Jonathan gave a great massage and Ayurvedic treatment . He is well-travelled and knowledgeable in several schools of massage. DRAWBACK: The pool is outside, so not always as clean as we hoped.
Loved the ambiance, but swimming pool needed to be skimmed and water needed to be better circulated.
beautiful rooms and great location”
couple travelling through kerala - only stayed at koder house for one night as a treat, and we were really impressed. huge rooms, lovely bed, very clean and elegant / luxurious. wifi was poor which was annoying for an expensive place, but the room itself and staff were excellent.
Great location ”
Beautifully calm place amidst chaos of town. Lovely spacious elegant room. However I do not recommend the Ayervedic spa. The manicurist completely butchered my hands leaving them cut and sore. I think she needs a training and an eye test.
Great Place to Stay”
Okay this place is great to stay if you like a huge bed, lovely old fashioned room and a sense of the history of Kochi. Slightly faded but stylish :)
It's OK hotel”
We stayed in junior suite which is very big. All staff were very helpful and kind. The hotel is very old so do not expect new facilities. Easy access to famous sightseeing place.
Faded and relying on past glory”
We find the hotel mainly hanging on to its past glory. No "personal valet" as advertised and lack of personal touch.
Location and history great, Mediocre food”
It was a return to a place we had stayed the year we got married. So for the sentimental value we returned. We found the staff to be helpful and courteous. The room was spacious and beautiful. The engineer helped us with the air conditioner until it was fixed. The hostess/host were attentive . Unfortunately the food was a disappointment. Breakfast hot food was cold and the taste left much to be desired. Not the quality i would expect for the price ( meals were considerably pricier that out in town). We would return for a night or two but we will eat out.
Timeless beautiful historic building,nice staff”
Got upgrade to superior suite on top floor on arrival..absolutely fantastic. Mini apartment really. Pool photos in ad are a little deceiving as its right next to restaurant ..a little too close, and its very small..also spa not open in monsoon season. Pity.
Just excellent, would go back there any time.”
Excellent, no complaints with anything. The staff were very helpfull with any requests re sight seeing etc. and getting a driver. All good.
very comfortable, beautiful huge room.”
Historic building with plenty of charme”
lovely suite, grand rooms.”
Doll Restaurang nice staff, right on the square! Fun to have stayed there, one feels like a ancient VIP
Lovely hotel with spacious rooms”
We had a luxurious end to our 2 week trip staying at Koder house. Recommended.
Giant sunny rooms and amazing service”
i needed additional service finding a lawyer and with other advice. the staff went well beyond the call of duty to help me and my trip was a great success as a result. my room had a balcony with a view over the park, and through the trees, i could see the port. i believe it is the best room in fort cochin.
A trip back in time”
This is a great hotel for the experience - slept quite soundly on those beautiful 4-poster beds - and lots and lots of room. Big plus is the large un-airconditioned hallway leading to the bathroom for photographers. Camera can be stored in there and wont frost over with condensation when you step outside. Otherwise - food was disappointing and the 'Business Centre' could do with a much, much faster Internet connection. Then again - All of Kerala could've done with that.
A beautiful hotel with friendly and attentive staff. We had a massive room, which was clean and tastefully restored. Great location to explore Fort Cochin and Ernakulum (via Ferry). Excellent breakfast, particularly the Dosa massala!
très bel hôtel de caractère”
Le Koder house vaut le détour pour son architecture: une maison de style dont l'authenticité à su être préservée. Les chambres sont immenses (environ 80m2) et donnent toutes côté rue. Impossible d'éviter donc les cris émanant du jardin d'enfant très fréquenté, ni les klaxons) Par ailleurs, l'hôtel est une bâtisse en bois qui ne fournit aucune isolation phonique: demandez impérativement, pour ne pas regretter votre choix, à être dans une chambre à l'étage sans quoi vous souffrirez des bruits de vos voisins du dessus qui auront l'air d'être des éléphants. Vous pourrez par ailleurs saisir l'intégralité de leur conversation comme s'ils étaient dans la même pièce que vous. La bâtisse en bois est d'époque et est très bien entretenu... ceci donnant au bâtiment une odeur fort qui peut incommoder très vite. La piscine très petite était hors service lors de notre séjour, mais nous avons eu l'occasion et l'autorisation d'accéder à la piscine de l'hôtel situé juste derrière le Koder House, qui peut se révéler un meilleur choix au final, ce d'autant que cet hôtel dispose de la meilleure table que nous ayons faite dans le Kerala.
Sehr schöne große Zimmer mit antiken Möbeln”
Der Aufenthalt war sehr schön in der Nebensaison (März). Dann sind die Preise auch angemessen und Cochin ist nicht überfüllt. Der Pool ist allerdings sehr klein und das Wasser nicht sauber. Außerdem sind nicht alle Räume klimatisiert, sondern nur der Schlafraum in der sehr großen Exklusivwohnung. Im Restaurant und im Badezimmer war es unangenehm warm im März. Das Haus und das Ambiente sind aber absolut sehenswert. Das Restaurant ist sehr gut. Für einen Aufenthalt von 3 Tagen ist die Unterkunft sicher gut geeignet. Alle Sehenswürdigkeiten in Cochin sind per Tuktuk schnell zu erreichen. Empfehlenswert ist es ein Tuktuk für die erste Stadtbesichtung zu nutzen. Für 5 Stunden habe ich dem sehr netten Fahrer 500 Rupies bezahlt. Mit dem Tuktuk sind wir auch zum Cherraibeach auf Vypheen Island gefahren.