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Sun, 28 Oct – Mon, 29 Oct (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
1/658 Ridsdale Road, Parade Ground, Cochin , 682001 | Show on Map
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Offering free internet access and breakfast service to its patrons, the Trinity is located 9 km away from the Cochin Harbour Terminus (railway station) and 1 km from the Chirattapalam Bus Stop. The Fort Kochi Beach is situated 0.5 km away from the property.
This property in Cochin accommodates a total of 8 air-conditioned rooms. Conveniences such as television, wardrobe, makeup mirror, reading lamp, telephone and separate sitting area are offered within the rooms.
A well-appointed bathroom with hot/cold running water facility and toiletries is also available.Trinity has a restaurant and a well maintained garden. This apartment offers 24-hour front desk assistance and luggage storage facility.
Service such as medical assistance, laundry and round the clock room service are provided. Travel assistance and power backup facility are also offered within the premises. Places of interest include Fort Kochi (0.5 km), Mattancherry Palace (4 km) and Paradesi Synagogue (4 km).
The Cochin International Airport is 37 km away from the property.
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|Room Type||Inclusions & Amenities||Total Price for 1 Night|
2 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 6,331
3 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 8,019
by Raju R on September 3, 2018
i was there long time back but the place is good and really great to be in Fort Kochi itself. close to Indian Ocean and a small place but was giving a good service at the last. i say it is an average place with good services.
by GeoffRuthHudds on March 19, 2018
Thought we had booked at the Malibar House and paid accordingly. We were put in this inferior hotel which is really just an annexe. Good points. 1. No restaurant but it does have a nice cafe and the serving staff are first class. 2. Our rooms were unusual but quite large and had great charm. Bad points. 1. We were misled. 2. We had paid in advance but they only showed 50% deposit on the final bill. The situation became quite fraught with the so called manager totally incapable of dealing with the problem. It was sorted in the end but not good. 3. The Malibar group failed to reply to my many emails prior to arrival asking for an airport transfer. In the end we had to get a standard airport taxi and finding the hotel proved difficult. We then had to help ourselves in the move across the street 300 yards to the Trinity from the Malibar House. 4. We had to walk 250/300 yards over a rough, poorly lit street to the Malibar House restaurant for evening dinner. 5. We would have had to do the same walk in swimming gear or dressing gown if we had wanted to use the pool. 6. The hotel seems to have a serious mosquito problem. Only time during 17 nights in India that we were troubled by them. 7. The rates here should compare with 'house stays' rather than semi-luxury hotels with amenities. It is really an annexe to the Malibar House but much too far away to work as such. Since we booked we have been told that the parent company 'Malibar Escapes' have changed their website. The Trinity is now been marketed in its own right rather than as Malibar House. If the intention is now for this place to stand alone as a hotel then it should have proper management, security and amenties. We would have chosen elsewhere if we had known what we know now.
by JaneLondon_UK on March 4, 2018
We stayed here for one night at the end of our recent visit to Kerala. We drove past the hotel several times before we realised we were there as it is not easy to recognise from the outside. However we were very pleasantly surprised when we were shown to our room. It was large, clean and very nicely decorated - an interesting mixture of traditional and modern which worked very well. It also had a large bathroom. Despite being difficult to spot initially, the hotel is actually in an excellent location (very close to the Chinese fishing nets and the historical centre which Kochi is famous for) yet is also very quiet. The staff are also very friendly and helpful. We were leaving for the airport the following morning before breakfast so they kindly offered to provide us with a pack up instead which was appreciated. We also had a nice meal and snack at the restaurant/ cafe in the hotel although the menu is fairly limited.
by boundary on February 21, 2018
This hotel is the sister property of Malabar House. It seems to be regarded as a lesser property - it isn't a member of Relais et Chateaux like Malabar House - but we found our room there to be very pleasant. It's a newer property and quite modern so has lots of American style electrical outlets for tech paraphernalia. And the room with a sitting area and bathroom/dressing area are both very large. Unlike another reviewer, we were not bothered by mosquitos at all. The cafe for breakfast is wonderful with a large variety and their main menu provides tasty, reasonably priced dishes. Don't sell this place short. It's a great hotel centrally located.
by GandC87 on February 13, 2018
We stayed here for a few nights at the beginning of our three week tour of India. The staff was very pleasant and helpful but we were very disappointed with the standard of the first room we were allocated. This had an outdoor bathroom, which in fact was covered over, but not airtight and always had mosquitoes flying around. In fact there were a few settled on the towels when we arrived. The bed sheets, although freshly cleaned and ironed had blood stains. The sliding doors to the outdoor seating area, which was next to the toilet! was also not airtight and in fact the turn down service had left both sets of internal doors open. The presence of three mosquito repellant plugs and application of mosquito repellant to his skin did not stop my husband being bitten overnight. The design of the bed resulting in two highly polished wooden stairs at the bottom was pretty difficult to negotiate when going to the bathroom during the night. The manager was very helpful and moved us to an en-suite room the following day, which was certainly an improvement bu we still had issues with mosquitoes. Of course I understand there are mosquitoes in India, but this hotel definitely has a problem. To put it in context, this is the only place we had this problem during a three week stay in India and I see it has been mentioned in a previous review. The little cafe was nice for breakfast and staff very helpful.
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