Malabar House – Cochin
The Malabar House is not just another Cochin hotel, it is a documented part of Fort Cochin’s & Kerala’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 1996 it became Fort Cochin’s first boutique heritage hotel.
This includes heritage, art, design, music & dance, ayurvedic treatments and the acclaimed fine dining. The Malabar House is a member of Relais & Chateaux, an exclusive association of small luxury hotels & restaurants, driven by their sense of hospitality, originality and unparalleled authenticity.
The Malabar House has 17 unique rooms and suites: The duplex Malabar Suite, 5 roof garden suites on the 1st floor and 11 deluxe rooms on the ground floor. Malabar junction, a gourmet restaurant is the crossroads of tradition & innovation, of South India & the west.
Specialising in refined & market fresh food, they are reputed to be one of the finest seafood in the South. Divine is their wine lounge that
creates a magical setting to reveal & celebrate the emergence of Indian wines along with a great list of Eastern and Western flavours.