Holidays are guaranteed to be special when they are spent at the Holiday Hotel, located only a stone's throw away from the stunning Cherai beach in Kerala. 30 kms from Kochi and 20 kms from Cochin International Airport, the 15 kms long beach is the perfect getaway for a rejuvenating holiday.
Discover our unique array of signature ayurvedic treatments with authentic Indian herbs and oils at our stylish and traditional ayurvedic centre. Mesmerized and revitalized by the exotic experience, you'll soon be looking for another reason to holiday at the Holiday Hotel.Discover our unique array of signature ayurvedic treatments with authentic Indian herbs and oils at our stylish and traditional ayurvedic centre. Mesmerized and revitalized by the exotic experience, you'll soon be looking for another reason to holiday at the Holiday Hotel.
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Single Occupancy: 1,800/-
Double Occupancy: 2,400/-
Extra Bed: 400/-
Places to Visit
Cherai Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Kerala bordering the northern end of Vypeen Island, is located about 26 km from Ernakulam city, Kochi. The place is a unique combination of sea and backwaters rimmed by lush green coconut palms and paddy fields. The backwaters are a combination of lakes, lagoons, canals and estuaries.
The Vypeen-Munambam road, which divides this Asia's most densely populated Island into two stretches, i.e., the Western stretch, which is coastal-belt, and the Eastern-belt, which is closer to the Backwaters
A stroll along the beach, particularly at sunset with the chinese fishing nets and sailing ships in the background, is a fine experience. Many European style bungalows can be seen along the shoreline.
Named after the former Viceroy of India, lord Willington, Willington Island is connected to the mainland Ernakulam by road-cum-railway Venduruthy Bridge. An artificial lake that was made by the dumping of the materials that were dug out while Cochin Port was being deepened. Willington Island today plays an important role in the city of Kochi and houses some of the district's best hotels, commercial and industrial offices.
The synagogue ,magnificently decorated by Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers, was built in 1568. Giant scrolls of the Old Testament can be found here. It is located near the Dutch Palace
Thripunithura Hill palace, the largest archaeological museum in Kerala and the erstwhile official residence of the Kochi Royal Family, was built in 1865. Hill Palace is situated at a distance of about 12kms from Kochi on Ernakulam- Chottanikkara route. The palace complex consists of 49 buildings in the traditional architectural style of Kerala and is surrounded by 52 acres of terraced land with ponds, fountains and lawns. A full fledged ethno archaeological museum and Kerala's first ever Heritage museum are the main attractions here.