Bolghatty Palace

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Built by the Dutch in 1744, the Bolghatty palace in Ernakulam is on an island, off Cochin in the Arabian Sea. The building was once a Governor's palace for the Dutch and later the home of the British Residents. Today, this is one of the prestigious hotels of the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation.

One of the oldest Dutch palaces in Kerala came into existence in 1774, which now has been transformed into a heritage palace of Kochi. It is widely preferred by the tourists nationwide. Bolghatty Palace is a finest choice for making holidays memorable and for optimum fun and joy. This heritage Palace consists of 16 well-organized rooms, 6 waterfront cottages and 4 palace suits. The accommodation is well furnished & organized in a way to make guests comfortable. Regular facilities like running hot & cold water, laundry, and transport system is available. In addition to these, other requisite facilities such as indoor recreation centre, boat club, horse riding, and swimming pool are also available. A multi cuisine dinning hall serves delicious and hygienic food.