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This imposing hotel faithfully reproduces 16th- and 17th-century Dutch and Portuguese architecture in its grand complex. — Lonely Planet
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Step inside this chunky white 18th-century colonial British bungalow at the edge of the Parade Maidan, and you're immediately cooled by rooms in vibrant colors. — Frommer's
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Vivanta by Taj is a luxurious seaside property that offers comfortable stays, quiet reminders of colonial era ambience and four excellent restaurants. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
Set around an idyllic garden with lily ponds and a small pool, the dignified Old Harbour is housed in a 300-year-old Dutch/Portuguese heritage building. — Lonely Planet
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Set by the Arabian Sea, on acres of tropical Keralan countryside, beach-break spot Neeleshwar Hermitage is soulful and serene. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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A historic 200-year-old mansion overlooking the Chinese fishing nets, this fine heritage property has six characterful suites and an atmospheric, high-ceiling restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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This high-end lakefront resort invites travelers to leave their cares behind. — Gayot
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4 reviews
Charming, intimate hotel in a converted mansion in Kochi built in 1506 as the private residence for the Portuguese governor. — Hideaway Report
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Niraamaya Retreats Surya Samudra in Kerala is an escape for all senses. On a cliff above the Arabian Sea, the palm-shaded hotel is made up of a series of historic cottages. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Remote, serene and as close to nature as luxury resorts get. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
A simple, colourful resort made up of thatched cottages looking out onto the famous Kovalam beach — The Telegraph
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Located on the famous Light House Beach, Hotel Neelakanta boasts an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a spa and wellness centre — Frommer's
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This mustard-coloured colonial building was built in 1912 as headquarters of a UK spice trading company before being taken over by Brooke Bond tea. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Run by a warm and welcoming family that loves meeting you as much as you'll enjoy spending time in their home, this is one of Fort Kochi's best homestays. — Frommer's
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The authentic tharavad-style villas have either dark wood or brightly colored walls and showcase stylish furniture and brass fittings. — Fodor's
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One of Thekkady's finest resorts, with top-notch service, Spice Village is also eco-friendly, running partially on solar energy and recycling all its waste within the premises. — Fodor's
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The best feature of this budget "hotel" is undoubtedly its location right on the waterfront -- it even has a private jetty (though no rooms overlook the water as such). — Frommer's
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This dignified business hotel is quiet, tasteful, and replete with modern conveniences plus Kochi's most polished service. — Frommer's
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This spotless homestay is wildly popular with budget travelers, in no small part because of the warm, knowledgeable, and extraordinarily helpful hosts. — Fodor's
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The charming Les 3 Elephants has eco-friendly cottages all facing the backwaters; the beach is across the road. — Fodor's
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