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Malabar Residency
Kannur- Kerala.

Malabar Residency

Barely 5 meters from the Railway Station and minutes away from the main market, stands Hotel Malabar Residency right on Kannur's nerve centre. Imposing, yet elegant, Malabar Residency offers its guests plush interiors and a homely staff. With its spiral stairwells and terracotta-tiled walls, this hotel combines the pace of the millennium with the grace of the past. With a tantalizing decor designed to take your breath away, this hotel welcomes the visitor with a stunning floor-to-ceiling fountain with cascades like a shower of pearls by day and glistens like gold by night. Not only can this dazzling display of water be seen from the out side, it rises like a guiding light up to the topmost floor, and can be viewed from the glass elevator as it ascends. Quaintly designed to reflect the charm of Kannur, this four storied structure captivates guests at its very entrance. With its wooden and brick-tiled roof, the reception resembles the delightful cottages that dot the town, with familiar park benches and lush green plants to complete the picture. Located in the heart of one of Kerala's most historic and scenic places, Malabar Residency would be just the place to stay for tourists looking for a memorable holiday.


Exquisitely designed with designer furniture, rich fabric and large wardrobes, Malabar Residency offers its guests four categories of rooms to choose from. Suites, which are large and airy and include separate seating, dining and living spaces. Big enough to accommodate a party, the suites are like a breath of fresh air.

Deluxe room also called Residency rooms, are also sprawling with separate drawing-cum-dining and living areas. Plush and filled with light and air, these are sure to awaken your senses.

Twin-bed double rooms are compact but not cramped, and give you a feeling of secure contentment secure contentment. They are cosy and charming. All rooms come attached with large balconies, from where one can view either the gentle bustle of the main road or the tranquil of homes catching up with the day.
Ayurvedic center

Malabar Ayurvedic Centre: The main objective is to detoxify the system and improve health by Ayurveda and Yoga. Massages like Kizhichil, Navara Kizhi, Dhara, Sirovast i and Elakizhi are also conducted. The help in rejuvenating, refreshing and relaxing the body and mind


At Grand plaza, the multi-cuisine restaurant, guests are offered an exciting array of food, ranging from the local Malabar fare to Chinese, Moghlai and continental dishes. With capacity of seating 65 people, this restaurant blends contemporary glass and wood to create little cubicles for [privacy, while highlighting the ceilings with classic stained-glass panels etched with exotic motifs.

For a relaxed cuppa, visit village cafe, its 24 hour rooftop coffee shop, which overlooks a breathtaking expanse of coconut groves and undulating hillocks. A 50 seater cafe, this charming roof with a view has a manicured garden to boot, and promises the ideal gateway from noisy neighbors and peering people.


Single Double Single Double
Malabar Suites* A/C
-- -- $
Residency Rooms* A/C
$ $
Standard Rooms A/C
$ $
Extra Bed (Including Complimentary Break Fast)
$ $

15% Luxury Tax is applicable on Room Tariff. Other statutory taxes/levies if applicable, shall be extra



  Malabar Residency also provides for small business meetings at its Boardroom, which seats upto 25 people, Century hall which has a capacity of 100 people and larger conferences can be held at Millennium Hall which has a capacity of 250 people. Together these two halls would be the perfect setting for a sophisticated party.

Place to See

 For Kannur is picturesque tale of lush vegetation, virgin beaches, and a history going back several centuries. With a thriving handloom industry and fishing trade, this town has everything a visitor looks for-an interesting past, a thriving culture, a beautiful landscape, a genteel populace and a good quality of life

Merchants and travelers visited this political hotbed by turns-from the Arabs to the Portuguese, Dutch and English. They left their traces in forts, lifestyle, architecture and cuisine. For if the Arab influence can be traced in the delectable Malabar biryani, the Portuguese left their mark in the crunchy cookies found in most confectioneries here. The Kinnathappams, tapioca chips and Kallumakais (Mussels) are indeed a Kannur exclusive delicacy . For St Angelo, built by the Portuguese Viceroy; Don Francisco De Almeida in 1505 A.D. and passed on successively to the Dutch and the English, offers a breathtaking view of the Mappila Bay. Under the Archeological Survey of India today, this historic monument is a must-see. An ideal gateway from the daily grind, Kannur has three beautiful beaches to frolic in-from the vast and exhilarating 4 km long drive-in beach at Muzhappilangad, to the green and golden Meenkunnu and the calm Payyambalam in the heart of the town. Other interesting spots include Pazhassi Dam and Gardens which is ideal for backwater tourism. Sri Muthappan Temple at Parassinikadavu, which is 18 km from the city and renowned for its Muthappan Theyyam, snake park and boat rides down the Valapattanam River. Gundert Bungalow, 20 km from Kannur, is near Thalasseri. It was here that the German missionary , scholar and lexicographer, Dr. Herman Gundert, compiled the first Malayalam dictionary. Thalasseri Fort was built by the British in 1708 and served as an important military centre.

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