Rooms at Le Colonial - Cochin

This is the largest and the noblest room at Le Colonial, with a long verandah attached.

Named after the last Dutch Governor who lived in the house, this is a vast room with a private verandah and two Queen beds for larger-than-life dreams under a raftered roof.

More medieval with cartouches on the bedsteads and narrow stools beyond the beds for clothes or bags, its acorn-like poster ends – all add up to another era, reminiscent of the Portuguese days.

A large two-poster bed, teak floors and eclectic art adorns this linear room with pleasant white rafters adding their age. There are two large windows – one facing the St. Francis Church.

A high, four-poster double bed with teak steps to mount, a striped-white rafter roof and windows pierced in thick walls overlooking the St. Francis church.

Named after Tipu the last Sultan of Mysore whom the French helped but the British defeated. 

Small in size but high on style, this room is next to the Viceroy room and with which it can make a private apartment.


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