We were bouncing around hotels in Fort Kochi and we spent one night here. The welcome was great and they served us fresh coconut water out of a coconut which I thought was more local (tip: ask them to cut it up for you after you're done drinking it for the coconut meat).
They have a nice pool, which is amazing if you have been out touring or even if you haven't! The heat gets to you, even in December, and being able to dip into a pool makes a difference.
They serve tea and local snacks by the pool which were really good.
My only complaint/warning was that our room directly next to the old Jewish Baptism Bath (Mikveh?) which is super cool to maintain on the property since its a great piece of history. But, I have a hunch, it's also the reason that upon checking into our room we were greeted by ~40 mosquitoes. (Not an exaggeration, I counted)
We were told that it was the season and I requested a zapper tennis racket and spent the first hour chasing mosquitoes while my wife looked miserable imagining what the night would be like. I spoke to other people staying there and they were on a higher floor and hadn't had the same issue so, either the room door was open while it was being cleaned and all the mosquitoes got in.
After the killing spree, the rest of the stay was fine, we spent quite a bit of time at the hotel after we checked out and the staff was super nice to us all the way to arranging for us to get a taxi when we had a hard time getting uber/ola to respond.