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Blue Waters Cherai

Kerala, Cochin
INR 4,500.00
Room Type No. of Nights Meal Plan Package Price
Superior Room 2D/1N Breakfast 4,000
Deluxe 2D/1N Breakfast 4,500
Suite 2D/1N Breakfast 6,000
Whats Included
  • Accomodation on double occupancy. (2 Person)
  • Meals inclusive of Breakfast
  • All applicable taxes.
Whats Excluded
  • Additional services taken or expenses incurred during your stay at the hotel, which are not mentioned in the above package inclusions will be charged extra and will be directly payable to the hotel.
Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellation before 30 days: Full refund. 
  • 29 days to 15 days: 50% of total billing.
  • Less than 15 days: No refund.
  • Cancellation before 30 days: Full refund, 29 days to 15 days: 20% of total billing.
Hotel Description

Blue Water Cherai is unique. Sandwiched between the majestic waters of the Arabian Sea to the West and the Vypeen backwaters to the East, 3 star reted resort offers you the best of both world. Spread across sprawling landscaped environs, the resort with itsconopy of coconut palms boasts an air-conditioned lobby that is large and inviting, where business and pleasure mix naturally in living areas that encourage conversation.

Hotel Details

Hotel Type: Business Hotel
Star Rating: Three Star
Address: Beach Road, Cherai, Cochin, Kerala.

Getting There
By Air

Cochin International Airport 26 km.

By Rail

Aluva Railway Station 23 km.

By Road

If you want to hit the road to reach Kochi, then you can either enquire at the KSRTC bus junction at Ernakulam or cross the bridges to Willingdon Island and avail NH 47A.

Hotel Facilities
  • Wifi Or Net Access
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Travel Desk
  • Mini Bar
  • Business Center
  • Speciality Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safety Locker
  • Spa Facility
  • Conference Facilities
  • Coffee Shop
  • Babysitting & Kids Area
  • Swimming Pool
  • Banquet Facility
  • Bar Facility
  • Veg & Non Veg Food
  • Gym
  • Elevator
  • Tea & Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • LCD Television
  • Air Conditioning
  • Beauty Saloon
  • Currency Exchange
  • Laundry
Recreational Facilities
  • Water Sports
  • Adventure Activities
  • Steam / Sauna / Jacuzzi
  • Beach Front
  • Games
Other Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Driver Accommodation
  • Lawns
  • Power Backup
  • Games Room
  • Car Parking
  • Hot/Cold Water
  • Suites - Our luxurious suites are appropriately named sengull, Emerald & Mermaid.
  • Deluxe Rooms - These are large and offer access to the adjoing room.
  • Superior Rooms - Comfortable, pleasant and inviting.
City Description

Kochi is one of the most popular cities in Kerala, and is often referred as the Gateway to Kerala. Kochi is one of the most historically rich places in India as well, since the city has been under the rule of multitudinous dynasties like the Arabs, the Chinese, the British, the Dutch, and the Portuguese. This city was the first European colonial settlement in all of India. Kochi played a pivotal role in the development of shipping and trade in the region. Kochi's prime location on the west coast, its fine bay and protected harbor made it popular with seafarers and merchant ships who made frequent stops to stock up on spices, coffee and wood en route to the rich markets of Europe and West Asia. And so down the ages, Kochi prospered as a busy port city and commercial centre.

Destination Facts:
Location: Kerala, In District Ernakulam
Altitude: 0 Meters
Temperature: (summer 24 to 37°C) & (winter 17 to 33°C)
Languages Spoken: Malayalam, English

Getting There:
Nearest Airports: Kochi itself has an Airport.
Main Railway Station: Kochi has three important railheads, namely, Harbour Terminus on Willingdon Island, Ernakulam town and Ernakulam Junction. Ernakulam Junction is well connected to all cities in India.
Main Bus Station or Road: KSRTC buses are plenty which are connecting all the major cities of Kerala.

Distance of a few Major Towns from Kochi:
Ernakulam-8km, Idaplli-16km, Merarikulam-40km, Kottayam-63km, Alleppey-53km.

Eating Around:
Meen Molagitta Curry (smoked freshwater fish with chilly and coconut milk), Kurukku Kalan (a thick yogurt curry with toasted banana and hot rice), Palada (a sweet dessert with rice flakes and milk) are the mail dishes of Kochi.

Places of Tourist Interest:

Bolgatty Palace - This Old Dutch palace is located on Bolgatty Island which is a brief boat ride away from the mainland. In fact, boat rides are available at regular intervals all day long. This building may have been a royal palace in the past, but in modern times it has been converted into a very good quality hotel. There are also panoramic views of the port and the harbor from almost any vantage point on the island. The breathtaking views make the Bolgatty Palace a popular picnic spot as well.

Greenix Village - Every morning, the centre also conducts yoga training. There is also an art gallery restaurant, a curio shop, book shop and rooms for those who like to stay and interested in researching as well as learning the art form of Kerala. It is a great place to experience the culture and tradition of Kerala.

Jewish Synagogue - This place of worship attracts numerous visitors every year because of its impressive furnishings. There are splendid Chinese tiles and impressive Belgian Chandeliers that have been used to decorate throughout the entire synagogue.

Kaladi - This small city is the birthplace of the famous Hindu philosopher Sri Adi Sankaracharya. The Adi Sankara shrine and the 8-story painted Adi Sankara Keerthi Sthambam are popular sites to visit in the area. The location of Adi Sankara shrine is on the bank of the river Periyar. Samadhi of the mother of Aryamaba, Sankaracharya is also enclosed in the temple. Sankaracharya's story is told with the help of paintings found on the walls inside at the monument of Adi Sankara Keerthi Sthambam.

Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace) - The main attractions here are the outstanding collection of mural paintings found inside. These murals beautifully depict scenes from the Hindu epics of Mahabharatha and Ramayana. The paintings are colorful and artistic in their representation and are truly remarkable to look at.

Parishath Thampuran Museum - This museum was built in the traditional Kerala architectural style. This particular museum contains collections of 19th century oil paintings, sculptures, old coins, exhibits from the Kochi Royal family, and Mughul paintings. Every one of these items is worth witnessing in its own right and tourists from all over the country come here to get a glimpse into the rich and cultural history of those eras.

Cherai Beach - This 15 km long stretch of beautiful sandy beach is lined by luscious green coconut groves and paddy fields. The combination of white sand, blue water, and green vegetation makes this a wonderful place for. In fact, this beautiful spot is extremely popular with picnickers as well as sun worshippers and beach lovers.

Fort Kochi - There are picturesque beaches along this part of the coast line. Scattered throughout the beaches are many famous Chinese fishing nets as well as many sailing ships. The effect created by such fishing necessities is quaint and relaxing.

Willingdon Island - Willingdon Island is a man-made island that was created in 1933. The island is made by sand that was dredged while deepening the backwaters for the Kochi Port. Sir Robert Bristow was the man that was in charge of this endeavor. It was named after Lord Willingdon who was a former British Viceroy of India. This island is the home of the Kochi Port as well as the headquarters of the Southern Naval Command. Today, the island is the site of the city's best hotels and trading centers.

St. Francis Church - The famous Portuguese Trader Vasco da Gama is well known for reaching India from Europe by sea instead of by the usual overland route. The church is famous for being the initial burial place for Vasco Da Gama.

Getting Around the Destination:
Auto rickshaws, taxies and KSRTC bus service are found here for local places to visit.

Additional Remarks

Best Time to Visit:
October to March is the best time to visit the destination.

Malabar Mahotsav is one of the primary festivals in the month of January.
Jalotsavam is held during the months of August and September.
Shivratri Utsav is celebrated in the month of October.

Shopping And Entertainment

One can buy antiques, arts and handicrafts.

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