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Cochin Club is located at a distance of 0.2 km from the Fort Kochi and 0.5 km from the Kunnumpuram Bus Stop. This hotel in Cochin offers breakfast service and Wi-Fi access to its guests.It comprises of spacious and well-kept rooms.
Each room has amenities like television, wardrobe, separate sitting area, mini-fridge and bottled drinking water. It also has an attached bathroom with hot and cold running water facility.Cochin Club has gymnasium, library, coffee shop, health club and travel counter facility.
This property offers front desk facility along with services like room service, laundry, concierge and medical assistance.This hotel in Cochin is 9 km from the Cochin Harbour Terminus Railway Station and 37 km from the Cochin International Airport.
Some of the tourist attractions are Kerala Kathakali Centre (1 km), Rameshwaram Temple (5 km) and LuLu Mall Kochi (20 km).
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by kuruvillazachariah on November 13, 2018
We were back in Cochin Club again in August of 2018, after a gap of one year. Of course, while the memories of our previous stay were enough to pull us back, we must admit that it was also the weather that deterred us from exploring other places in Kerala this time. The incessant rain was dark and foreboding. And yes, it did eventually turn out to be the worst flood scenario that Kerala had witnessed in living memory. While writing this review, I do also want to take a moment to acknowledge the harsh reality that many are facing even now in the aftermath of the devastation. I can only pray that they would be able to get back on their feet and resume their lives from where the flood waters have now receded be it from their homes or their work spaces. Coming back, Cochin Club was once again a homecoming experience! We opted for the same chamber and the same duration of stay - one night. For a detailed review, do see: Throwback to a bygone era!. Oftentimes the previous memories become larger than reality and the subsequent experience leaves you wanting. This time around we had some tall expectations to be met. And met they were. And more. In fact, we felt very special. The property had had some flooding some weeks prior to our visit and yet, we wouldnt have known had we not inquired. Thats a testimony to the wholehearted dedication and hearty passion that I saw in the staff. They had managed to scrupulously bring things back to spec and we were warmly received as family. One thing that did change from our previous stay was a change for the better - the complimentary breakfast. I had mentioned in the earlier review that although the breakfast was good, it was modest, nonetheless. This time there was the addition of fresh cut fruits and juice and although that may seem to be a small upgrade, did wonders to the overall appeal of the offering. It would be fair to say that it can now be bracketed in the better than modest category. Appreciate that! While on the subject of food, for anyone that is wondering how the Club's restaurant The Asian Kitchen by Tokyo Bay is faring, they are one of the best in the area. And we have a dish to recommend this time its the Vietnamese Minced Pork with Steamed Jasmine Rice. Even though the rest of our meal which consisted of Hakka Noodles, assorted Dim Sum, and Malaysian Laksa Soup were all worthy competitors, it was this Vietnamese dish that ran away with the gold in the end. Highly recommended! Once again, I take my hat off to the leadership team of the Club, namely Abe Tharakan (President) and George Mookken (Secretary) for keeping the ol flag flying high. Thank you! However, I would be remiss if I did not make special mention of Ivor, the GM and his hands-on team that runs the place on a day to day basis. You, gentlemen, were truly above par. The genuine warmth, the easy approachability, the immediate attention to any request, et al, are all worthy of mentioning here. Thanks, Ivor - it did feel like a homecoming all over again thanks to you and your committed team. And that, essentially, is what differentiates a club from a hotel and youve managed to nail the category well. Bravo!
by andrewnannen on October 27, 2018
Had lunch at The Drawing Room at Cochin Club .Was a great experience The restaurant had a lovely setting and the staff went out of their way to make us a delicious seafood meal of crab, prawns and squid .Price for2 was 2000 rupees Would highly recommend it!
by Matt B on April 14, 2018
It was a real pleasure to stay at this exclusive club in Fort Cochin. Conveniently located near the beach and vibrant town square, its walled grounds provide an oasis of calm. The rooms are large and airy with effective aircon and tea/coffee facilities. The club staff are very friendly and the club office extremely efficient and helpful. Choice of two restaurants on the complex and a fabulous pool for members or visiting reciprocal club members.
by oreganoItaly on February 12, 2018
As an earlier reviewer said this is a rare find an old world club with modern facilities.The rooms are really suites and are very quiet despite the location. To avoid mosquitoes keep your room door closed all the time use the very good new ac and use chemical pads I did this and after one day I had no more mosquitoes. Good range of tv channels in modern cable system many in English. They provide bottle water and coke in your fridge and you can ask for towels or room cleaning when you want. Ivor the GM is a great guy and was most helpful both in advance and during my stay. You can buy add ons to the basic breakfast such as fruit plate etc ask for the list.newspapers are available. They have a new pool and the club is very quiet all the time. Of the 2 main restaurants I used the Drawing Room a lot Sharad the owner provided a great welcome each day and I met interesting people there. Uber is a good option and its local rival Ola if you need transport. The local ferry to marine drive is about 15 minuets walk away and you get a sea cruise for 7 rupees. They hope to have an alcohol license in April which will allow the lovely old bar to come alive again.
by kuruvillazachariah on September 25, 2017
Cochin Club for me was sort of a homecoming experience when we visited it in August of 2017. I have been a member of the club for almost 28 years, but as an outstation member for the major part, though. I used to work in the tea trade for one of the prominent tea brokers/tasters of that time and the club membership was part of the privileges of working in a colonial era trade that continues to this day in some of the other tea companies that still thrive in and around Kochi. While the businesses themselves were conducted in offices on Willingdon Island, the brokers and tasters at the executive level were all housed in beautiful bungalows in and around the Fort Cochin area, the club being the main hub of all social life. It would come alive to late afternoon tea, followed by squash or tennis for the seriously sporty with the snooker/billiards enthusiasts sauntering in later on to finally culminate in everyone socializing around the bar, which was arguably the main draw for many. The rooms were referred to as Chambers, then, if my memory serves me right. Its the same old building, located in one corner of the club grounds, detached from the main club house - plain white with sloping tiled roof. And chambers, they are! As you walk in, the double height ceiling sort of takes your breath away as the silhouette does not give you that impression from the outside. Inside, you first step into a foyer from where an arched doorway beckons you into the massive chamber. The foyer has an antique looking table set up for four on one side and a pantry table on the other, supplied with an electric kettle, tea bags/coffee sachets, etc: an ideal place to sit quietly with an early morning cuppa, pouring over the days newspaper, without disturbing your sleeping mate. The cavernous main room has two beds, a dresser/drawer, sofa, arm chairs and a flat panel tv and is cooled down by retro fitted split air conditioning. Ceiling fans were more than adequate for our stay as it was raining intermittently. However, I suspect that the high ceiling has no small part to play in keeping the mercury down. Beyond the bedroom is the changing area where theres another dresser with mirror, clothes hanger, towel hanger, cupboards, luggage rack, mini fridge, etc. Then, the bathroom: again sizeable, with wash basin, commode, etc on one side and a large shower area on the other. The thing to remember is that this is not a hotel. Its a club and the rooms in clubs were originally designed to be small apartments for visiting members and guests of members as a sort of a home away from home, whether for short overnight stays or extended stays on duty. As such the charm is not in being scrupulously professional, but in being homely in a warm familiar manner and yet being attentive to the important things, so you dont have to be stressed out when you come in after a long day to rest and retire in comfort. Yes, theres a modern amenity that was not there in the early days and thats a swimming pool. Not huge but big enough to be considered a good size, with well appointed changing rooms, et al. The club has two restaurants at each end: one called Drawing Room and the other Tokyo Bay. Breakfast is included in the room tariff and is served in the main club house itself. It was modest fare: eggs, toast, butter, jam and coffee or tea, but sufficient nonetheless. The club grounds were lush and green, pampered by the monsoon rains and looked gorgeous. Just outside the perimeter wall is the sea. Its an inlet leading in to the Cochin Port and huge ships from both the Indian Navy and the merchant navy could be seen plying up and down up close. For ship spotters thats an added delight! If youre the type that is put off by a stray fly or a dry leaf blown in by the wind through an open window, then this is not your place. If youre looking for room service at the touch of a button and state of the art entertainment systems, your expectations are not pegged in at the right hole. If, on the other hand you are looking to relive or savour anew the peculiar luxuries of a bygone era, you would be wowed by the experience. Its authentic old world charm, not the contrived experience that more expensive boutique hotels strive to conjure up. In short, its a throwback to an era gone by with just the right pinch of modernity thrown in. And, at the rates that they are charging (whether season or off-season) its plenty of bang for the buck! Although for me, in particular, it was a hugely nostalgic trip down memory lane, it wasnt just me that was soaking up the sepia tones - we as a family of four were ravished by the experience. A big thumb up to the clubs President, Secretary and the staff who keep the show going and of course, to my fellow members, for their contributions. Dear me, that nostalgia again!
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