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The Casino Hotel (3 Star) Cochin

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About Casino Hotel

The Casino Hotel is a contemporary hotel and makes an ideal stop over for a business visit or to re-coup after a long and tiring journey. Casino is a "gateway" hotel to Kerala and Lakshadweep.

Hotel Specifications


All the rooms are contemporary and very functional. The spacious rooms are all air-conditioned with mini bar and TV.


The large sun terrace overlooks "Fort Cochin" seafood restaurant. There is no menu, just a trolley piled high with the day's fresh catch. Other amenities include a cocktail lounge and the multi cuisine restaurant serving a great buffet lunch daily.


The 'cascade' pool is bordered by lawns and palm trees giving a serene look and enjoyable moments for you.

Basic Data

Country India
State Kerala
District Ernakulum
City Cochin
Location 2 kms off the airport , 100 meters from the Railway Station, 8 km from the Bus Stand
Rooms 68 rooms


City Information

The charming city of Cochin is a travelers delight. One of the landmark of the city is the Fort Cochin with the Santa Cruz Basilica cathedral and the St. Francisí church in the vicinity. While at Cochin do not miss the Chinese fishing nets that are used for backwater fishing in Cochin. The Dutch palace at Mattancherry is another must visit in Cochin. It is renowned for the wall murals. You may even visit the Paradeshi Synagogue at Cochin that happens to be one of the oldest synagogues in the world.

The Parishath Thampuram Museum with its collection of 19th-century oil paintings, old coins, sculptures, Mughal paintings, and temple models; and the Museum of Kerala History at Edapally and the Hill Palace Museum at Thripunithura with its collections of the Cochin and Travancore royal families are worth visiting.