Anns Residency, Kochi (Cochin)
No:1/307 A, Bishop Joseph Kureethara Rd, Rose St, Near Indo Portuguese Museum, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001
Ranked 183 amongst 949 hotels in Kochi (Cochin)
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Anns Residency Reviews (11)
I had booked room at the hotel by online. The location of the hotel was very good. The variety in food was provided in the hotel. I had visited this hotel with my family. The overall service of the hotel was good. I don't have any suggestion for this hotel.
There was no activity arranged by the hotel. The provided room was OK. The Wi-Fi facility was not provided in the hotel. The food was not good in the hotel. I would like to recommend this hotel to upcoming travellers. I don’t have any suggestion for this hotel to upcoming travellers.
As we stayed here for one day it was good but there is canteen attached to this so it is better to provide in residency itself remaining service is good so I hope you do the things better in coming years as the humidity will be more in cochin it is better to provide in waranda
I went to this place citing the reviews of other guests on TripAdvisor and when I saw the place, I was disappointed. Only to realize that many foreigners had written reviews and the place was great according to them. And that may be true. The rooms were clean but they had mosquito nets placed around it. Do not mistake the pictures of the bed to be drapes. They are mosquito nets which I myself have seen in an Indian accommodation after like at least a decade. And having those nets all over the place makes access to and exit from the bed a nuisance. The place has a problem with mosquitoes. The rooms do have mosquito repellent but it's of no use. I would rather recommend them to have a can of baygon spray or something as that will be more helpful and also more comfortable for the guests. The breakfast, well just bread butter toast with jam, tea/coffee and fruit plate which has like 5-6 pieces each of following fruits, banana, papaya, watermelon and pineapple. Eggs to order. You can take another helping but this is all you have for breakfast everyday. The room, there were flaws in basic hospitality. Most rooms had different type of TVs. I had a superior room and it had one of the smallest television set I have seen in a long time. Another room I had taken had a 14 inch box. That too a CRT monitor. Not the LCD or LED you get to see everywhere. I shifted into a lower category of room as the beds were uncomfortable and I saw an LCD there. Why old generation TV sets in superior rooms was something I don't understand. And hey! the direction of TV was not in line with the bed so if you want to watch it, you have to either stand or sit on one corner of the bed. Is it comfortable? No! The furniture was old, the mattresses are plain sheets of foam covered with linen. Is it comfortable?? Well, No The balcony was OK but there was no view. Except for the room on the first floor facing the entry, you will wonder why you paid extra for a superior room. The bathroom - The size of the taps was inversely proportional to the amount of water they dispense. The bathtub was triangular in shape. Ever heard of that? And then the hand shower or overhead shower will not mix hot and cold water. Either it was hot or cold, Great..! No hooks to hang your clothes and no shelf to place your toiletries. As a guest, if you can spend Rs. 2000/- per night more, you can comfortably get a room at The Trident or Taj or Le Meridian with a breakfast spread that will make you skip lunch for sure. And the service?? Well, they will spoil you for sure..! Oh yeah and by the way, the icing on the cake. The WiFi was not working for half the time we were there. We were getting some weird error which basically meant that the owner had to upgrade or pay for the internet charges to the internet services provider. For 24 hours she didn't saying that such errors are common and it is due to network. My advice I am an IT consultant for over a decade and I know what an error means when I see one. So in a nutshell, if you want only location, there are better places around than this one to stay in. If you want your money's worth, get hold of a known hotel chain as I mentioned earlier. There isn't much to see in Fort Kochi so even if you take an expensive taxi from the hotel it will be worth it & yes the hostess may be smiling and helpful but that's not sufficient to make you pay the amount for your stay.
This property designed in a way that you will feel like staying at home. Rooms were well-designed, spacious, clean and well-decorated. Service was excellent. Staff was polite and kind. Prompt on the call. Food was the best part of the stay. Breakfast was complimentary and delicious. Overall even meal was nice. Pricing was also affordable. I would like to recommend this property.
I was on official tour to Kochi in the month of August 2014 and stayed there for 3 nights. Seriously it's an amazing homely facility and loved their approach. The room was spacious and done brilliantly., fresh linens and owner was really warm hearted. Service was top notch, food was over the top and indeed home away from home experience, totally recommended.
Really good property to spend a weekend holiday. Location is very peaceful, rooms are very much clean, and done in a way that it gives you homely feel. Service was prompt, food was also decent. The tariff is also reasonable. The location is not far away from the center of the city. Really liked the stay and dont forget enjoy the coffee here, they reserve really fresh brewed coffee. Highly recommended.
This hotel is located in very heart of kochi city. I only choose this hotel because this hotel is located near every major attractions of kochi. Rooms were bit smaller than i expected but was totally clean and well maintained. Not even a crack in wall. Bathrooms also look fresh. Night stay was good. I got have a Nice sound sleep. Breakfast was good next day. It was tasty and gave lot of variety. They gave us mixed juice which was good too. Choose deluxe or super deluxe to stay which was so good and comfortable. i am recommending this hotel to all.
HolidayIQ reviewer Ravi says, “A heritage property with touches of Kerala’s past including stone pillars in the room, red oxide flooring interspersed with greenery in the small hotel which has just 17 rooms.” HolidayIQ reviewer Akshay tal Read More