About the hotel
Tissa's Inn, Cochin, a boutique property is beautifully housed in a mansion. Renowned for colossal swimming pool, luscious sea food and rejuvenating yoga and meditation center, this hotel is a complete package of comfort, luxury and peace. With its exclusive city tours and boat rides, it offers a delightful and entertaining stay to its patrons. Travelers visiting Cochin must opt this graceful and enchanting hotel to stay.
Tissa's Inn is centrally located at Kunnumpuram. Some of nearby visiting places are Santa Cruz Cathedral (0.3 km), St. Francis Church (0.6 km), Chinese Fishing Nets (0.6 km), Jain Temple (1 km), Mattancherry Palace (1.6 km), Mattancherry Synagogue (1.7 km), Spice Market (1.8 km), Durbar Hall Art Gallery (4.2 km) and Hill Palace (13 km).
Cochin International Airport - 45km (Approx.)
Ernakulam South Railway Station - 13km (Approx.)
Fort Kochi Bus Terminal - 0.8km (Approx.)
Tissa's Inn offers an imposing list of facilities that includes restaurant, swimming pool, yoga and meditation area and sightseeing tours. There is a well-designed restaurant where guests are served with a wide array of delicious cuisines and fresh seafood. A massive swimming pool is available on the deck where one can take a dip into the crystal clear water. An ideal yoga and meditation area is the place to relax and rejuvenate. Travel desk in the hotel's premises arranges city tours and boat rides for the clients. The hotel arranges cultural programs and ayurveda treatments for the guests on their request. Additional services include 24 hour security, generator backup, money changer, taxi on call, doctor on call, free Wi-Fi access, sewage treatment plant and acceptance of MasterCard and Visa cards.
Tissa's Inn has 9 elegantly designed rooms which are categorized into 2 Standard Rooms, 1 Superior Room and 6 Deluxe Rooms. The rooms are beautifully adorned with chic furnishings and dcor. Each room comes with an attached bathroom provided with the facility of running cold and hot water. They are appointed with color television and solar energy for water heating.