The extraordinary craftsmanship of the Taj Malabar can be envied even from the still, soothing backwaters of Kerala. As soon as you step into the lobby, you immediately feel calmed by the dark mahogany wood ceilings and soft lighting. The room's design will remind you of a romantic 1940s film.
The hotel’s pool is a mixture of water and garden. The negative edge pool appears to melt seamlessly into the languid Cochin bay. From many angles, it is impossible to see where the pool ends and the sea begins. This pool paradise is the perfect place to read a book or bathe in the sun.
Whether enjoying yoga by the poolside in the morning, or a romantic sunset dinner with a loved one, it is a sanctuary of peace.
Meanwhile, it's a new radio collar now for tigress T-5 in Sariska. The radio collar on the tigress was changed by a team of WII, Dehradun, on Tuesday morning as the old one had become defunct.
The restaurants make you feel as if you’ve stepped into another world. Whether snacking at the hotel bar, Mattancherry, or sipping an exotic drink and listening to the soothing sounds of a live pianist, you are guaranteed to be surrounded by a luxurious ambiance.
The contemporary rooms, with wooden floors and aranmulla mirrors, fashion classic luxury at every corner. Many rooms are a living work of art. The sculpted archways and Dutch ceiling beams emphasize the height and generous space of the Victorian interiors.
The energy provided by these rooms will fuel your body for the next day’s activities. At Taj Malabar, you can treat yourself to the ancient healing art of Abhyangam or take the hotel’s luxury yacht, the Cinnamon Coast, out to cruise the backwaters.