Welcome to Honolulu Homestay...

Honolulu Home (Approved By Govt of Kerala) offers High quality rooms in a low budget including breakfast. 5-15 minutes walk to all major tourist areas, and is run by traditional Indian family with a good Indian culture and located in the heart of Fort Kochi. Our rooms are designed in the manner of kerala vasthu, so as you can feel the positive energy in our rooms with round the clock security, water and electricity backup. This homestay provides an affordable and homely environment for the guests. Honolulu is the place where you can make yourself at home....

Near by places to visit

  • Mattancherry Palace(Dutch Palace)
    Mattancherry Palace(Dutch Palace)

    Built by the Portuguese in 1557 and presented to Raja Veera Kerala Varma of Kochi, the palace was renovated in 1663 by the Dutch. Read More »

  • St. Francis Church
    St. Francis Church

    Built in 1503 by Portuguese Franciscan friars, this is India’s oldest European church. This was initially built of timber and later Read More »

  • Loafer’s Corner / Princess Street
    Loafer’s Corner / Princess Street

    One of the earliest streets to be constructed in Fort Kochi, Princess Street with its European style residences still retains its old world Read More »

  • Jew Town
    Jew Town

    The Maharaja of Travancore and Cochin gave shelter to the Jewish community here after the Moorish Arabs attacked them in 1524 due to Read More »

  • Synagogue
    Synagogue

    Constructed in 1568, this is the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth. Destroyed in a shelling during the Portuguese raid Read More »

  • Bastion Bungalow
    Bastion Bungalow

    Built in the Indo-European style way back in 1667, the Bungalow gets its name from its location on the site of the Stromberg Bastion of the old Read More »

  • David Hall
    David Hall

    Though built around 1695 by the Dutch East India Company, David Hall gets its name from one of its later occupants, David Koder, a Read More »

  • Thakur House
    Thakur House

    This graceful building holds within itself a reflection of the colonial era. The bungalow was built on the site of the Gelderland Bastion, one of the Read More »

  • The Dutch Cemetery
    The Dutch Cemetery

    The tomb stones here are the most authentic record of the hundreds of Europeans who left their homeland on a mission to expand their colonial Read More »

  • The Bishop’s House
    The Bishop’s House

    Built in 1506 as the residence of the Portuguese Governor, the Bishop’s House stands on a little hillock near the Parade Ground. The facade of the Read More »

 
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  • Testimonials

    "I stayed at honolulu homestay with my girlfriend for 1 week in August 2013 and were very satisfied. rooms were clean and nice. location is very good (very close to beach) and the owner Mr aboo and with his son very helpful and caring. we were very lucky to have wandered into this peaceful homestay and enjoy their services and their company very much. thank you Aboo and Taris"

    — Patrick, Berlin

    "Taris and Aboo were great hosts. They welcome you with open arms and make you feel at home right away. Aboo has great recommendations around Kochi. The room we had was great, simple but very nice and clean. They had hot water which was a plus for us. Very centrally located and we were able to walk everywhere around Fort Kochi. Really highly recommended and we know we are going to stay with them next time we are in Kochi."

    — Pilotfish C, London