THE PARK KOCHI
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Kochi - 682 019
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Soaring high above the enchanting waterfront city of Kochi is a hotel that captures Kerala’s ancient traditions, and then melds them fluently with India’s buzzing modernity. With 166 rooms, including one majestic presidential suite, The Park Kochi is one of the tallest buildings in South India. But it isn’t only its size that’s made it the city’s hottest address. Guests here can consult with healers on the panoramic yoga terrace, sample cardamom-infused curries in a Kerala restaurant, or mingle over sundowners at Aqua, a 27th-story bar centered on a glistening blue pool. The hotel’s Indian deli, café, Asian seafood restaurant, lounge bar, ballroom and nightclub make socializing even easier. Executive chef Abhishek Basu takes care of the hotel’s dining concepts.
Priya Paul, the Indian businesswoman at the helm of the prestigious Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Limited, vowed to offer guests at The Park Kochi a contemporary view of India. She’s achieved this with help from Lotus Design Services, a New Delhi based practice that works closely with local people and products to ensure seamless cultural integration. So it’s only natural that references to local traditions can be found in and around the property, from the ergonomically styled rooms to our spa, Aura that offers both Ayurvedic & contemporary treatments. Throughout, there are references to the seafaring traditions of Kochi, a trading hub known as the Gateway to Kerala.
Gain a unique insight into India’s past, present and future at The Park Kochi, Kerala’s most talked-about hotel.
LOCATION OF THE PARK KOCHI
Kochi is a major port city and part of the district of Ernakulam in the state of Kerala, which is located on the Malabar Coast of southwest India. The city straddles the backwaters, encompassing the northern end of a peninsula, 48 km coastline, several islands and a portion of the mainland. To the west lies the Arabian Sea, and to the east is the urbanized region in the rest of the mainland area set next to greenery and nature.