Kochi is one of India’s most historical port cities and has been a venue of trade and cultural exchanges since the 14th Century. To date, this accumulation of global culture can be witnessed in the city’s colonial heritage sites and many other quintessential Kochi practices. The best season and time to visit Koch is between the winter months of October and February. There are no dearth of hotels in Kochi. The city is home to a wide range of establishments, from two to five-star hotels, luxurious five-star resorts to budget hotels in Kochi. Some of the best hotels in Kochi offer sea views and are situated in prime areas. With so many options to stay, a visit to Kochi is always a good idea.
Treebo’s mission is to provide a raised standard of services for budget hotels in India. When you choose Treebo for your Kochi hotel booking, you are in for a flawlessly comfortable stay and access to all amenities that a modern traveller requires. Some of the assured essentials at the Treebo hotels in Kochi are air-conditioned rooms, complimentary breakfast, clean and fresh rooms and of course, free Wi-Fi. Treebo rooms are provided with TVs with DTH connection and free toiletries in the private bathroom. You can get all this for prices ranging between INR 1249 and INR 3799. Located close to the seaside, the Treebo Tristar Regency is within a radius of three kilometres from the Kochi Museum and the famous Marine Drive. The hotel has parking facilities and is a kilometre away from the nearest railway station. One of the best budget hotels in Kochi, the Treebo OG’s Kanthari is located in the bustling Maradu area, close to Fort Kochi’s attractions and the gigantic Lulu Shopping Mall. The Treebo Mart View has an in-house gym and a terrace cafe where you can enjoy the coastal views of Kochi. The hotel is less than 10 kilometres from Fort Kochi. The popular Centre Square Mall is also in the vicinity. Choose from these Kochi hotels for a memorable holiday!
There are many things to see in the pearl of the Malabar coast, like the famous 400-year-old synagogue. Fort Cochin and Mattancherry are two historical sites in Kochi that are an essential for every visitor. Kochi is also the home of Kathakali and the ancient martial arts – Kalaripayattu. Seafood is a speciality in this town and the cuisine here is influenced by many regions – including French and Arabian. Malabar prawn curry and the local style of biryani are eternal favourites. Kochi also has many delectable choices for vegetarians. You can also try fresh toddy here. Kochi’s traditional markets are a cultural experience. Some of the shopping venues in Kochi are the Pattalam and Spice Markets. MG Road is another important shopping destination in Kochi. Kochi’s history can be seen reflected in the way of life of its people, and you can have an experience it all in this vibrant city with Treebo Hotels.