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My wife and I had been talking about visiting Kerala for many years and finally did it in Jan 2015. Thankfully, we chose Coconut Lagoon as our destination. This property retains the charm of the past in a wonderful way. Much better than today's modern...More
Three generations enjoyed 4 days at Coconut Lagoon. The setting is paradise. The staff are very helpful, sometimes too much so. They had extra special events for the Christmas holiday which were lovely. The accommodations were very comfortable. We stayed in the "mansions" which are...More
You can only access the Coconut Lagoon by boat, which is a wonderful way to arrive. We stayed in a bungalow overlooking the lake and it was a very comfortable room, some of the features - like the wooden ceiling - were about 200 years...More
Coconut Lagoon can only be reached by boat, but don't let that deter you, it is a fascinating way to arrive and depart.
The resort has very well appointed chalets in the grounds - comfortable and spotless, although the en-suite open air bathroom proved not...More
I arrived at dusk after a 10 minute boat ride. This isolated property is on the the lake "backwaters." The lodges are spread out over a large area and are roomy and luxurious given the region. The staff couldn't be more pleasant and helpful. I...More
The amazing buffet (and I’m not usually one for buffets) was 1100 rupees in Oct 2017. Al la carte main courses between 500 and 700 I think. But we had the buffet most nights - it offer a lovely variety, especially of you... More
The amazing buffet (and I’m not usually one for buffets) was 1100 rupees in Oct 2017. Al la carte main courses between 500 and 700 I think. But we had the buffet most nights - it offer a lovely variety, especially of you like Indian food. There’s always a non-veg meal too.