• Alappuzha, Kerala, PIN - 688501, India


Swimming Pool

Kids Pool

Conference Hall

Board Room

Laundry Facilities

Airport Pick Up / Drop


Village Walk

Cooking Class

Speed Boat Ride

Cycling Ride



Curio Shop




Alappuzha Beach

Known as the Venice of East, Alappuzha Beach is a great tourist attraction in Kerala. The beach is a host to many festivals like Sand Art festival, Alappuzha Beach Festival and much more. It is known for its intrinsic beauty and a 150 years old pier which stretches into the sea.

Krishnapuram Palace

Krishnapuram Palace, located at a distance of 47 km from Alleppey, is one of the famous palaces of Kayamkulam. Built during the reign of a Travancore King, Marthanda Varma.

Chavara Bhavan, Alappuzha

Chavara Bhavan, located in Alappuzha, is the ancestral home of the blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara. It is now a holy shrine and spiritual resort where thousands of devotees gather for prayer, receive favors and feel amply gratified. Here, a 250 year old historically important beacon of light is preserved intact in its original and primitive form. The place is accessible only by boat.

International Coir Museum

This museum is the first of its kind in the world. A tour into this museum will educated you about the technological advancement in the coir sector.

St. Mary's Forane Church Pulinkunnu

In the lap of the picturesque Kuttanad in Alappuzha district, situates the iconic St. Mary’s Forane Church, reflecting the Portuguese architectural style. The church dedicated to the Holy Mother was built in 1557 CE. The captivating beauty of the serene backwaters and rivers and the swaying coconut palms that adorn the banks adds to the charm of the place.

Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple

Ambalappuzha Sree Krishna Temple is a famous Hindu Lord Krishna temple situated 14 km south of Alappuzha in Kerala, India. Ambalapuzha Temple was built by the erstwhile ruler of Chembakasserry Sree Pooradam Thirunal Devanarayanan Thampuran during 15th – 17th AD. It is believed that the idol of Sree Krishna of Guruvayoor Temple was brought here for safekeeping during the raids of Tipu Sultan in 1789.