Kerala.. the land of coconuts.

One of the hotels I’ve visited in Kerala and really liked is Xandari Pearl in Marari Beach.

I was taken around the premises to see the swimming pool, mango and cashew trees, restaurants and the villas. Out of the villas I think I liked most the Pear Suite which had a lounge space, private garden and a pool with a jacuzzi. The smaller villas were Blue and Green pearl.

In Kerala in general, and if its a long stay I would recommend you to hotel hop (or city hop). For this hotel, I’d recommend a 2-3 nights stay.

My visit to Kerala as a whole and resort bookings and recommendations was organized by @GatewayMalabar

They will be happy to help you and give you the plan they planned for me as soon as you mention my account Hello965, and send a special regards to Mr Jihad once you do!

All villas are designed to accommodate two guests.

Villa types were the three I mentioned earlier:

  • Green Pearl (69 sqm)
  • Blue Pearl (69 sqm)
  • Pearl Suite (99 sqm)

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Inquire about Massages, and Beach Yoga

Complimentary:

  • Wi-fi
  • Mini-bar on arrival
  • Breakfast
  • Bottled Water
  • Bicycle rides through town or along beach road
  • Beach volleyball
  • Pool games
  • Football on beach

About Marari Beach

Marari beach is an area in Kerala. This was my first stop in my trip to Kerala where I’ve spent 2 nights in Marari. The beach itself, and during the time I visited (Monsoon season), did not look great for a swim. The waves as well were too high for a swim. For that, I’d advise you to search more regarding swimming here if that’s the goal of your trip. Mararikulam is connected by rail and has a railway station by the same name. It is also well connected by road. Nearest airport is Cochin International Airport which was the point of my arrival as well.