Facilities & Amenities


  • 24 Hours Hot Water
  • Internet Facility
  • Safe Deposit Locker
  • Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service (Out Source)
  • Travel Assistance
  • Local Sight Seeing Assistance
  • Car Rental
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron Box
  • Newspapers
  • Mini Bar
  • Multi Cuisine Restaurant
  • Room Service – 24 Hours
  • Wake up Call ( On Request )
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Differently Abled Room
  • Left Luggage Room
  • Doctor on Call
  • Wheel Chair ( On Request)

Complimentary Facilities for Room Guests

  • Breakfast (Choice of Continental or Indian)
  • Pressing Iron and Iron Board
  • Tea /Coffee maker
  • Newspaper

Free Room Amenities

  • Shaving Kit
  • Dental Kit
  • Shower Cap
  • Moisturizer
  • Sewing Kit
  • Shampoo
  • Slippers
  • Pen & Pencil
  • Bottled Drinking Water [ 500ml ] 2nos

On request Paid Service

  • Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service, Car Rental,
    Local Sight Seeing, Doctor on Call, Mini Bar,
    Fax/Photo Copy / Print Outs, Telephone- Local
    /STD /ISD Calls, Conference halls and other
    state-of- the-art facilities

Ezhupunna is a small village in the Alappuzha district of Kerala, India, and is surrounded by many tourist attractions that visitors can explore.

Only 45km from Cochin International Airport

Nearest Tourist Places

Alappuzha Beach: Located about 20 km from Ezhupunna, this picturesque beach is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the beach, watch the sunset, or try some of the local street food.

Backwaters of Alappuzha: Alappuzha is known for its serene backwaters, and is often referred to as the “Venice of the East”. Visitors can take a leisurely boat ride through the backwaters to experience the scenic beauty of the region.

Marari Beach: Located just a few km from Alappuzha, Marari Beach is a pristine stretch of golden sand and turquoise waters. Visitors can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, or try some of the local seafood.

Kuttanad: Located just a few km from Ezhupunna, Kuttanad is a region known for its lush green paddy fields, canals and waterways. Visitors can take a leisurely walk or bike ride through the paddy fields and experience the rural life of Kerala.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary: Located about 30 km from Ezhupunna, this bird sanctuary is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. Visitors can observe a variety of migratory and local birds, including cuckoos, kingfishers, and egrets.

Nearest Religious Places

Ambalapuzha Temple: This historic temple, located about 12 km from Ezhupunna, is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is famous for its elaborate carvings and beautiful architecture.

Thuravoor Temple: Thuravoor is famous for the Narasimha Swamy temple which is dedicated to the fourth incarnation (avatara) of Vishnu, the Narasimha. The temple has two main deities, the Vadakkanappan (Lord Narasimha) and the Tekkanappan (Lord Sudarshana), which is rare among the temples of Kerala.

Chammanad Temple: Another gem of a temple with great architecture situated in between Vytilla and Cherthala. Great place for devotees to worship and be with god. Chammanad Temple is a peaceful place to be while in Cherthala. Can walk on sand bed around the temple and sit for while on the under the pupil tree. The highlight is the grey structure of Badrakali.

Sreenarayanapuram Temple: Sree Narayanapuram Mahavishnu Temple is one of the ancient and famous mahavishnu temple in Kerala. This temple is located at Ezhupunna in Alappuzha district. According to legends,the idol worshiped in Sree Narayanapuram Mahavishnu Temple is approximately 1500 years old. This temple have rounded shape Sreekovil with copper plated nalambalam,Balikkalpura, Chembudhwajam and Anappanthal.

Arthunkal Church: St. Andrew’s Basilica, Arthunkal is one of the famous pilgrim centres in South India. Though the Church is named after St. Andrew the Apostle, it is the feast of St. Sebastian that has brought fame to Arthunkal. The Christian presence in Arthunkal dates back to a very early period, to 7th Century or earlier. After the arrival of the Portuguese in Kerala Jesuit missionaries turned their attention to Arthunkal.