Bolgatty Palace is an old palace in Kochi built by the Dutch in 1744. This palace is located in the calm and serene Bolgatty Island in the middle of the vibrant port city. It was served as the Governor's palace for the erstwhile commander of Dutch Malabar. This palace was also the home of the British governors once it was leased to the British. Bolgatty Palace became the property of Kerala after India got independence. Today it is a heritage resort with a 9-hole golf course and a swimming pool. The large gardens around the palace are truly attractive.
Bolgatty Palace is an alluring holiday destination in Kochi that fascinates both Indian and foreign tourists. This beautiful mansion has four palatial rooms with world-class amenities. They offer outstanding holidaying options to travelers from across the globe. Now the palace-turned Bolgatty resort has an Ayurvedic center for providing rejuvenating therapies and treatments to tourists. They also conduct Kathakali performances to entertain their guests. Bolgatty Event Centre and Kochi International Marina are truly other centers of attraction in this palace. Bolgatty Palace has a very beautiful architecture and it is difficult to find such oldest structures of its kind outside Holland. The resort is certainly a honeymooner’s paradise with beautiful ambience and excellent leisure options. Experience the colonial charm of this Bolgatty Palace by planning a trip to the bustling city of Kochi.
Nestled in the historic town of Fort Cochin, this heritage site is almost 6 kilometers away from Ernakulam railway station. Cochin International Airport is approximately 33 kilometers from this palace. Explore the popular heritage sites of Kerala by choosing a suitable travel package from Tour My India.