Nyle Plaza

N.H Bypass,Vytila, Kochi, Kerala, 682019, India
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ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by anom

HI

IS ANYONE FAMILIAR WITH OR PERHAPS STAYED AT THE ABAD PLAZA IN COCHIN?

WE ARE BOOKED FOR 2 NIGHTS IN JAN 2006.

PLEASE ADVISE.

THANKX

RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by jimborae

Hi im afraid we don't know about this particular hotel but when we stayed in Fort Cochin we stayed at a lovely hotel called the Old Courtyard...just incase you arrive and its no good.

RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by K_K_Mar

Hi,
Greetings from Kerala. I am KK Mar, a UK based International Tourism Consultant currently in Kerala. Yes Abad Plaza is a good, middle range hotel centrally located in Kochi City. Did you book it direct using internet? If that's the case I can through my contacts get you a very similar hotel for far less. If you can let me have the actual dates of your stay and the number of people coming I can easily arrange a quote for you and provide full details of the hotel. We can also give independent advise as to sight seeing etc whilst you are in Koch if you are interested. Hope this proves to be helpful. Take care and enjoy your holidays.
Cheers,
KK Mar

RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by lady2byrd

Hi
Abad Plaza Hotel is a middle range hotel set in the heart of Ernakulam.Hear the prices are Ok though I have not stayed there. However,I also hear that there isn't a bar - not sure whether this would make a difference.
Suggest you contact someone I know in Cochin, Ivor Collis, who would be able to help you in any info or help needed in Kerala. He has a car rental agency in Cochin and should be in the know
email: rhema@md3.vsnl.net.in
Cheers
Bibiana

RE: RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by anom

hi
Thanks to all for the info.
Much Appreciated.

RE: RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by chandellina

my husband and i stayed there for two nights about 10 days ago. It was a very nice hotel, with excellent buffet breakfast and dinner and a swimming pool on the roof. For us it was a nice break from shabbier and cheaper accomodation.

RE: ACCOMODATION AT ABAD PLAZA HOTEL IN COCHIN

by anilpy

Hi
Abad Plaza is a good ,moderately priced hotel situated in MG Road Ernakulam.It is easily acessible and in the right location.If you want any help or any query about the facilities I am very near to that hotel and can help you

Travel Tips for Kochi

Indo-Portuguese Museum

by BlueLlama

I've listed this under 'Off the Beaten Path' as this museum is sadly largely ignored by visitors. When I enquired about going, I was told that it wasn't really worth the visit. What a shame; I'm so glad I ignored the advice because the Indo-Portuguese Museum is a great little museum, quite obviously maintained with love and care.

The Portuguese had a significant influence in Kochi (Cochim in Portuguese), and if you have any interest in that at all, the museum is instructive. It was quite special to see the religious objects that make up the bulk of the collection, so familar to anyone who's been in any part of the world with a Portuguese connection, in this place that is so far away from Lisbon.

The collection is largely composed on highly colourful altar pieces, statues of a multitude of saints and related religious imagery, but there is also good information on the Portuguese in Kerala. It's a small museum, linked to Lisbon's Gulbenkian Foundation, and is housed in a very pretty villa away from the bustling centre of Kochi. Appropriately for the subject, there is a real sense of calm, and the displays are artfully done.

The guestbook reveals that most of the visitors and indeed Portuguese and I found it quite touching to see the reconnection of these cultures. Eu adorei este museu!

Dal Roti and Mr Romesh Menon, its eclectic owner

by cochinjew about Dal Roti

While I was at the Dentist (Fatima Dental Specialty Clinic), the younger Dr John vouched for the food at Dal Roti, when I complained that the quality of Food in Fort cochin has gone down. Ask for Thava Biryani and you wont be disappointed, said he.
walking along the ageing mansions facing the padang/maidan/football ground, where once the ruling brits lived, one crosses into lilly street where you could see the entrance to the Bishops House.
The interior decoration of the place reflects the owner/chef with his eclectic taste, while it says that it serves Northern Indian Plains Fare, it is the interaction with his client that makes Mr Menon to adapt the dish to the client. He more or less designed the dish we requested for with the spices and the flavour.
he is an avid reader so we have a lovely conversation about Indian Literature in English and he explained why there has been a recent "boom" in indian literature.
as you enter there is a large wall hanging, dominating the room as well as a terracota of the bull, sacred in hindu mythology. it houses just a few tables and there is an alcove where one could sit and read, he invites you to do that..He also recommended Kashi Cafe for coffee.. Paneer Makhani, with red sauce with large chunks of Paneer in it, mellow in its taste as requested.
vegetable Biryani, savoury and plenty for lunch, as a single dish
ginger lime soda which quenches ones thirst
90+80+35+35 inr for a nice lunch and a chance to meet that rare breed of Indian, an intellectual, rather than ritualistic and nationalistic.. on this visit Mr Menon is the second intellectual we have met in Fort cochin, the other one being a gentle giant by the unlikely name of rockey..
I highly recommend this place

Vasco da Gama House

by SirRichard

In Rose Street (Fort Cochin) is Vasco House, built in the 16th century. It is said to have been the residence of Vasco Da Gama, tough it has never been proved. Anyway, is a nice house and a typical example of local architecture.

Fishing Nets

by MikeAtSea

Those can be found along the shore line in Cochin. The only time I have seen these nets before was in China, and this is the only part in India where these nets are used. Because of the size between 6 and 8 people are used to "operate" these nets when they are full. I have seen the operation once, and was astonished how "chaotic" it works... I guess it takes a system that we don't understand.

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