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Tue, 29 Jan – Wed, 30 Jan (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
1/1564 A, William P. Manuel Road, Chirattapalam Sri Karthikeya Temple Junction Adjacent to K.B, KB Jacob Rd, Fort Cochin, Cochin , 682001 | Show on Map
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Situated at a distance of 0.5 km from Fort Kochi and 0.2 km from Chirattapalam Bus Stand, Immanuel Home Stay in Cochin is a budget accommodation. This property offers free internet access in all the rooms.This 2 storied home stay in Cochin houses a total of 3 spacious rooms with balcony.
Each room is well-equipped with essential amenities like wardrobe, bottled drinking water and an attached bathroom with toiletries and hot and cold running water.Laundry and medical assistance are additional services provided at the property.
This accommodation in Cochin has facilities like front desk and power backup. Guests can enjoy a leisure stroll at the garden available within the premises.Immanuel Home Stay in Cochin also provides airport transportation at an extra cost.
This property is located 43 km from Cochin International Airport and 12 km from Ernakulam Railway Junction. Places of interest include Fort Kochi Beach (1 km) and Puthenthodu Beach (12 km).
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by Thetravelhat on August 7, 2018
We stayed here for one night and had a warm welcome. The family were lovely and we had a comfortable stay. They could improve by providing sheets and towels. We did ask for towels and they provided them but I prefer to have a towel available on arrival. The room was small but fine for one night. The fan was powerful and kept us cool enough overnight. The bathroom was clean and toilet paper was provided. The host was also very helpful with some visa problems we had so they definitely deserve 5* for service.
by simmons44importc2018 on June 13, 2018
TripAdvisor hasn't led me wrong yet. Immanuel Homestay Fort Kochin had such great reviews I booked 1 night. Upon arriving an meeting owner an see property I booked a 2nd night. Very beautiful place I was made to feel at home immediately. I've been traveling Solo for almost 6 months so the feeling of family is important to me. You can stay anywhere but if your like me you prefer to spend your money at places that feel like home. P.s. I needed somethings sewn an when I left for the day they were waiting for me when I returned that night..... AWESOME!!!!
by talia joanne g on November 9, 2017
We liked staying at Immanuel Home Stay. We were 3 friends on vacation in September 2017. Stayed 2 nights at the home-stay. the room was small and very basic but the bed was conformable and the bathroom was relevantly clean. No AC but there is a ceiling fan which was good enough for us. The Wifi was good and the owner is super nice! you can add breakfast (which his wife serves at their home) for 100 rupee. The room is also not pricey, if I remember correctly we payed 800 rupee total. The location is good, very close to the art center where they have the Katakhali performance every day and it's also close to Mattancherry. If you are looking for a nice, low budget place - I would recommend this home-stay.
by Ankit G on August 31, 2017
We started our trip from Kochi and did book Immanuel Home Stay online because of real good reviews. The reviews proved justified.He was very helping.He was always available over the call for any help while we were travelling. He and his wife extend all possible help all hours without any monetary expectations.Immanuel is a great host and the stay at his place is highly recommended.
by writingale on April 22, 2017
Immanuel Homestay is very good place for the budget conscious. It's a new house, rooms are very new (no proper storage though) and the owners are kind people, who got us dinner from outside in the night time because we didn't want to go out, and especially their kids also were lovely to talk to, all was okay except for this thing: Mr Immanuel "forgot" to mention about the heavy construction that the house was undergoing! I am talking about cement bags and cement powder lying all around, dust every where, and loud noise during the day! I was dismayed to the core when I landed at this place late evening and saw the scaffolding all around the house, with the steps all wet/slippery and potentially dangerous. I timidly asked the owner on checking in whether there will be any noise during the day but he said no no (but of course the noise started the next day as soon as we woke!). All through this time people whom I assume were workers were walking in and out... Coming to the room, it was very hot but that was okay, we did know that it was a non ac room. But coupled with the cement powder drifting into the air, it made for a questionable breathing ambience. The bathroom door knob was broken and when we enquired about it again the same lackluster response, while my mom and I struggled to have some privacy while using the toilet, as its door kept opening! Normally I would not bother (I am not the fussy type at all), but I had told the owner that I am coming with my sick mother and still he didn't warn me about the construction. My mother, who had lung surgery recently, has trouble breathing in normal situations, so I'd have never booked this place if only the owner was forthright about the construction. I was alright but my mother's nostrils started to burn and she started having breathing problems as soon as she entered the room, next to which bags of cement were lying on the floor. It all felt very stressful and I immediately took the decision to check out the very next day, to which the owners were very receptive and I am thankful to them for that. But as a result, one full day of our 3 day trip to Fort Kochi was wasted as we had to scramble to find another accommodation :( This was very disappointing in so many levels, and I wonder why he thought it was okay not to tell me this before I booked the place. I agree it was partly my mistake not to have specifically checked with him (since I was coming with a guest who had lung problems), but really, I don't think it is unreasonable for a guest to be expected to be notified about extensive construction in the place she has booked! I think all homestay owners ought to inform guests of such things in order to avoid inconvenience to all parties.
by Thetravelhat on August 7, 2018
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