Malabar House, located close to Fort Kochi, one of the major tourist attractions of the area is a small, boutique hotel. The hotel embraces a leaf out of the Kerala's history. This was originally a property that was bought by Mathew Henrich Beyls. Later on, it received spice traders, bankers and tea trader and in the year 1996, this house got a new name as it came into existence again as a boutique hotel. Visitors love to enjoy the glimpses in the rich past for which Kerala is well known. The hotel also offers customized museum tours for the discerning travelers who are inquisitive enough to find more about this beautiful destination. An eclectic blend of originality, hospitality and authenticity can be experienced. People can enjoy a peaceful time in the serene environs and forget about their stress and worries that plagues them.
The interior of the rooms reflects the typical Keralan style. The curios and artifacts used are authentic and display local styles. The beds are comfortable and the rooms are squeaky clean. Excellent views can be enjoyed from the room. Distinctive artwork and antiques have been used to decorate the rooms. The comfort of the guests is of paramount importance and designing and interiors of the rooms truly reflect the same. With present-day amenities available, the hotel rooms are truly beautiful.
The hotel is located approx 45 km from Cochin Airport. It is almost 9.1 Miles away from the Ernakulum Railway Station.
There are plenty of tourist places you can visit from the hotel. The Fort Kochi is just a walking distance, Vyapeenkotta Seminary, Jew Town is 3 Km away, Chinese Fishing Nets (almost 700m), Princess Street, etc., are located close to the hotel.