Relive the glorious past at The Poovath Beach Front Heritage, a renovated colonial building with EVC station from the colonial era. It stands by bewitching Arabian Sea in Fort Kochi on the south west coast of India. Fort Kochi also known as ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’ is a laid back coastal town with a colonial past.
Vestiges of Portuguese, Dutch, and British (in that order) colonialism lie scattered apart from the religious influences like synagogues, churches and so on. But long before them, the Arabs and the Chinese and even the Greeks traded with Kochi. So, it is aptly said to be the cultural crossroads. For those with a penchant for history, Poovath and the surroundings will have much to say.
Beautifully designed palatial rooms with modern architecture to give a pleasant feeling. Each room is equipped with modern facilities and fully fitted with wooden floors. Sea view rooms have verandah attached to it, which offers a view of the beautiful Arabian Sea that makes your stay a rejuvenating one.Know More Book Now
The breezy balcony makes for an ideal location for breakfast and sundowners. One could also request a meal to be served at any part of the hotel with prior reservations.
The Verandah on the ground floor provides an idyllic setting for informal “at home” dining experience
The menu at Poovath is a fine selection of Kerala, Continental, and Dutch cuisine. The “catch of the day” is a must-do at Poovath. One has the option of grilled, bar-be-qued, steamed fresh seafood.
This small heritage hotel is very charming and in a very good position. It is in an old Dutch house in front of the sea. It is a bit decadent, some restoration work should be done, but the atmosphere is really charming. They have also a restaurant just in the garden. The staff is very nice and helpful.Linda S