Marari Beach Resort,
Info : Marari Beach Resort
This quaint cottage style accommodation has been lovingly created in an old Kerala fishing village style, with thatched roofs, traditional separate bathrooms, and beautiful tropical floral touches. With its sound eco-friendly policies, this is a warm and friendly place to relax with just the right touch of laid-back luxury.
Marari Beach is a great venue for relaxation, although swimming is not always possible. It’s an entry point into the Kerala Backwaters, and a fantastic beachside destination close to Cochin, Munnar, Thekady and Vembanad Lake. At the hotel itself, there’s a large swimming pool, 36 acres of green parkland to explore, and plenty of great seafood restaurants close by, so you won’t feel isolated.
It consists of Garden Villas, Garden villas with private pools, and Deluxe pool villas with private green spaces. All are large, characterful, and cool with locally sourced natural materials throughout. The eco-friendly policies throughout the resort include recycled rainwater and solar panelling. The reception area is a particularly pleasant place to while away a few hours.
All in all, Marari Beach Resort is laid-back and small enough to have a local feel about it. You’re welcome to bring the kids and there’s a great selection of restaurants close by. A pleasant and relaxing experience.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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Palaces and Palms
Combine the best of Rajasthan, Agra and Delhi in the north with the backwaters and beaches of Kerala in the south.
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