Myself and my mother stayed here for 11 nights in March. It is a beautiful resort we had a room which overlooked the pool and the backwaters which was lovely. The rooms were clean and modern and the shower was huge! The pool is massive over 105 meters with a Jacuzzi and swim up bar (bar is not always open you can call for assistance which is a shame but they do bring the drink to the pool). Myself and my mum loved how quite a relaxing it was and one day we went out on a speedboat ride of the backwaters which was great! The food was lovely in the main restaurant (Fennel) where we often had breakfast and lunch and a few dinners. We went out into main Fort Cochin for dinner quite alot and there are some amazing restaurants around there! The only real problem we had was the drivers of the hotel, because of the situation of the hotel you have to let them organise a driver and alot of them do not speak good English nor do they know where they are going (even though we checked they did and the reception staff too). Make sure before leaving the hotel to go out that they definitely know where they are going as it can be frustrating when you are lost! Other than that I did love the resort it was beautiful with plenty of greenery and places to relax (a few hammocks to read a book in). The service staff (waiters and cleaners) cant do enough to help which is sweet. This resort is I would say one of the best in Cochin and is worth a visit!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Feel the silence of the shores Ramada Resort is a poem. Written on the banks of a tranquil lake. You find the island of silence just 17 km from Kochi, Kerala's metropolis, and 2 km from a busy national highway. The Kumbalam backwaters is part of the famed Vembanad Lake. As the gates open, a sudden change in landscape, a riot of greenery, and silence, greet you. A harmonious mix of exhibitive desert trees and the natural flora of Kerala instil in you the same feeling you experience while watching your child take its first steps: excitement! Pass through the front office that exudes the Keralan hospitality, laced with the professionalism of Ramada, and walk into one of those 24 pool-facing villas. The long walk itself is a refreshing change, compared with boxing oneself into the usual elevator. The greenery soothes the nerves of even a weary traveller. You have started experiencing the space. And silence. Oh! Its space everywhere. Spread across 7 acres of land, Ramada Resort has only 42 living spaces. You would perhaps enjoy the largest per capita space on a resort in Kerala! Before stepping into your room, you find the ground floor is just floor, and not a room! Your kids may want to stay back and play. Let them, and you allow yourself into your cottage. In the super luxury of the room, you will come across the best amenities. Open the glass door and step into the balcony. The meandering pool stretches itself to 110 metres in front of you. Its waters almost touch the lake, which touches the eastern horizon for sure. The enormous expanse of the backwater, lined with coconut trees, will make you feel the thrill of floating freely on a ship's deck, a la Jack and Rose. It's a play of water, mixed with serenity. You feel engulfed by infinity. Almost. In the morning, the sun rising from across the waters will greet you on the balcony. You may feel like doing a sun-salutation, the most beneficial yoga posture. The fisherman in his canoe rowing against the myriad hues of morning sun will be a picture postcard scene that reminds you of the painting competition in your school days. In the evening, the reflections of the setting sun on the serene waters would take you to the empire of silence. The water, layers and layers of it, may tempt you to try some water therapy. Walk into the spa, Kerala's largest. It offers more than 25 varieties of herbal and western massages. Treat yourself to foot reflexology and leave the seat with every organ in your body relaxed. Or try Thai massage. Or Balinese. Treat your senses to the aroma of freshly fried seafood. With your stomach directing you towards the restaurant, the turn in the corridor next to it opens up suddenly into an empty expanse of greenery. The deja vu feeling of having one's own extra space suddenly overpowers the unassuming traveller. It takes some time to adjust to this heavenly feeling and finally when lunch is served, you realise even time has no boundaries in this part of the world and stands still. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Resort,Cochin Hotel Kochi (Cochin)
- Ramada Hotel Kochi