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Old Lighthouse was our first introduction to Kerala and Kochi and we were surprised and disappointed that it was so poor.
Quality of room, bed linen, towels left much to be desired. Impossible to sit in outside area as there seemed to be no mosquito...More
This was our first couple of nights in India. Nice to begin with a stylish hotel. The staff is friendly and welcoming.The view of the Arabian sea from this hotel is amazing. The food was exquisite and served the right amount. All these venues were...More
We had a very pleasant stay in this hotel. Very pleasant staff who, at our request, was of use to us no spiced dishes. The only regret is not to have chosen a room with a view of the sea. Go there without hesitating.
The hotel is much nicer than on the pictures . Bedrooms are very pretty , old wood floor and very nice and antics furnitures with bright colors on the wall , very comfortable.
The rooms are very clean. We enjoyed having the meals on the...More
The Old Lighthouse is a wonderful place to stay. We spent two nights here at the end of our tour Kerala.
Large comfortable rooms with a great shower. Tea and coffee facilities in room, a safe and well stocked fridge.
Located very close to Chinese...More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a... More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a local fisherman and taken to a sidewalk shack which cooked it as per our choice (for a charge of courde)
The spice market is where you can buy fresh spices at wholesale rates as well as pre-packaged masalas for cooking along with attached recipes. Any rick driver will gladly take you there.
There are also several important churches around as well as the Jewish quarter.
My suggestion is that you look at the Things to do section of Fort Kochi on Tripadvisor.
Have a great holiday!