Fort Nagar is situated in the Fort Kochi area of Kochi, Kerala. It is a water bound area that has many places of interest for tourists. The turf and sand banks as seen here today are resultants of the rise in sea-level for centuries, which has formed the shape of the coastal area. It can best be reached from the Ernakulam city by roadways and water ways. Fort Nagar is situated at a distance of 37 kilometers from the Kochi International Airport and 9 kilometers from the Kochi Railway station. When visiting this city, you can choose to stay at one of the many hotels in Fort Nagar Kochi. These hotels are all top notch establishments with high quality service and scrumptious food. Hotels near Fort Nagar, Kochi are located right in the center of the city, and are well recommended by travelers to the city. When in Kochi, you definitely have to check out the plethora of tourist attractions that are present. These include the Chinese fishing nets, which according to legend were brought from the court of the Chinese emperor Kublai Khan. You can also visit the Mattancherry Palace which was built and presented as a token of appreciation by the Portuguese to the Raja of Kochi, and later came to be known as the Dutch palace after they made several modifications to it. Other places of interest include The Kerala Folklore Theatre and Museum, St Francis Church, Princess Street, and the Elephant training center. If you have time, you can also plan a visit to Kumarakom, which is known for houseboat rides on the backwaters and a bird sanctuary. It's always a pleasure tasting the cuisine of Kochi. One of the best things to do is buying from the day's catch near the Chinese fishing nets and take it to one of the restaurants which will cook and serve it for an additional fee. If you intend to shop in Kochi, head over to Broadway or the Princess Street for some street shopping. You can go for a drive around the Marina at night or take a pleasant walk on the beach. The more high-spirited can head to one of the many party spots in Kochi to end the day on a high.
“Such a nice room in cheap rate. Calm & Quiet area. Bus services are near by. Pleasant and nice customer service. If you're looking for a business visit for a medium duration this hotel is one of the best!“
“Excellent accommodation, ver clean neat compact room with all facilities. Air conditioner , LED TV Quality of the cable tv , wooden furniture’s are very good. Prime location in the heart of the city, near by Metro station(maharajas college approx 1 km) now i am staying here for almost one year every“ month or alternative month, every time it is an awesome experience.
“New state of art Hotel with all facilities at prime location very close to marine drive. Good service with very cooperative staff.
I would like to stay here again on my next trip. Good for family trip.“
“Very clean, very affordable, very kind staff support, overall I really enjoyed my stay though it was short. The complimentry breakfast is also very good. Keep it up The Qasr!! I would like to look forward for another stay without second thoughts!“
“Good location and budget friendly hotel. But they don't have any restaurant.Rooms were clean. Washroom also nice. Many Restaurants are nearby. Bus stand and ferry ride station also very closeby. Room service also good.“
“The room and the bed linen were clean enough. The bathroom was ok, but the soap-cum-shampoo (Bubble...) that was provided in the bathroom was stinking (spoilt, I suppose). The towel was very old and worn-out.
the staff were decent, but were not flexible. Didn't provide a room when we reached...“ said breakfast time was over. On both days, didn't get breakfast.
-Shankind, 19 Nov 2019
Questions & Answers about Fort Nagar hotels,Kochi
What are the major tourist attractions in/around Fort Nagar?
Asked by Prerna, 13-02-2018
Fort Nagar (in Fort Kochi) is surrounded by narrow roads lined with street-sellers offering handicrafts, toys and jewellery, beautifully set up cafes (such as Cafe Jew Town and Kashi Art Cafe), the tranquil Dutch Cemetery, the Jewish Synagogue and most importantly the Chinese fishing nets employed by local fishermen.