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Hotel Review: A Sneak Peek into Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty

Modern yet with a personality that is all old school elegance, The Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty truly lives up to the Grand Hyatt’s motto of #livegrand.

Classy and understated, Grand Hyatt’s newest luxury hotel on the Bolgatty Island in Kerala’s port city of Kochi is set to open its doors on the 29th of this month.

Here is an exclusive sneak peek

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The Presidential Suite & Others

Swanky.

Straight out of Gossip Girl, I could imagine living here in this super sumptuous condo style Presidential Suite while my penthouse in the city was being redone for the 100th time !!

This mini home that comes at a price tag of roughly a lakh of Indian rupees a night, definitely made for one of the most fun property tours I have been on.

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There are four waterfront villas too that sit serenely away from the main building.

The standard rooms too are done up tastefully and offer beautiful panoramic views of the city and its backwaters. Thoughtfully designed furniture like the table that does double duty as a work desk and for in-room dining, only adds to the snugness.

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The Colony Club & Its Wall of Whisky

The club is atmospheric and inviting. What with its dark wood panelling and gold trimmings, the plush velvet cushions and travel inspired vintage decor set against the backdrop of the tranquil Vembanad Lake.

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The pièce de résistance of this old world gentleman’s club though is the Whisky Wall. Here is where members can store their whisky bottles for the future, to be reopened only for them.

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I only rue not getting to watch the sunset from the rooftop sit out while sipping on  a tall glass of  super cold ice tea.

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Food, Coffee & The Restaurants

Thai Soul

Hands down the best Thai Street Food I have ever had. Having been a vegetarian all my life I usually find it difficult to eat Thai Cuisine because of the lingering smell of sea food that literally kills my appetite. But here the vegetarian fare is so clean and delicious that not once was I uncomfortable or unsure about trying something new.

From the tangy raw papaya salad to the stir fried spicy noodle, the food was just the right amount of spicy and delectable with all the flavours distinctly enjoyable.

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Also having the first taste of  mango this season might have sweetened the experience just a little bit! 😁

Malabar Cafe

That pretty blue ceramic serve ware.  *sigh*
But yes the coffee was good too.

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Clubhouse Grill

I Did not really get to try out anything at the Club House Grill, but from what we had elsewhere in the Hotel, I can vouch for it.

 

2 comments on “Hotel Review: A Sneak Peek into Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty

  1. This hotel excudes elegance! Great pics! Would love some strong Indian tea at the Malabar cafe 😀

    • Thank you! ☺️ I loved the hotel for its ambience too, & of course their hospitality and the food. I am sure, you will enjoy Malabar Cafe. I did. ☺️

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