The Malabar House is a documented part of Fort Cochin’s historical fabric. Its history dates back to 1755, when Jan Herman Clausing, a Dutch, bought the property from Mathew Henrich Beyls. Subsequently owned by spice traders, tea traders & bankers, in 1997 it became Fort Cochin’s first boutique heritage hotel.
The Malabar House is more than a highly designed heritage hotel. It is an art hotel, with a carefully curated collection highlighting Kerala’s composite culture as a passage between East & West.
Designed to the last detail, The Malabar House effortlessly combines the old and new.
All 17 rooms & suites blend tradition and contemporary design. The feel is small, cozy and personal having stunning colour schemes. They showcase antique and contemporary objects d’art. A heaven amidst this vibrant yet historical harbour city.
The alfresco Malabar Junction and Divine, the wine lounge is a great spot for vibrant blend of fine dining, performing arts & the world of Indian wines.
The patio offers a vibrant blend of candlelight dinners and live performances of Carnatic music.