The Malabar House

Kerala, India


Designed to the last detail

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. All 17 rooms & suites are superbly crafted and have stunning colour schemes. They showcase antique and contemporary objects d’art.

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1. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat

2. water & energy

3. climate

4. community, heritage & culture

5. jobs & education

6. decent work

7. inclusivity & opportunities

8. community, heritage & culture

9. investment

10. resilience

11. ethics

12. local sourcing

+host positive actions


1. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat;

2. water & energy;

3. climate;

4. waste.


5. jobs & education;

6. decent work;

7. inclusivity & opportunities;

8. community, heritage & culture.


9. investment;

10. resilience;

11. ethics;

12. local sourcing.

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- the feel is small, cozy and personal, a heaven amidst this vibrant yet historical harbor city -

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.



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