Garden Alcoves-Niyati Boutique stay

Room in boutique hotel hosted by Francis

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bathroom
Great location
94% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Park for free
This is one of the few places in the area with free parking.
Free cancellation before 13 Jul.

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Deluxe Double rooms at Niyati . Niyati has been designed with an amazing eye and realized through the fingertips of Fort Kochi’s local architects, botanists, artists, designers and woodworkers.

The space
From its secret location, nestled deep in the southern tip of India’s most lush state, Kerala; The Niyati Hotel summons you. It’s heritage property, which is named after the Sanskrit word meaning “Destiny”, stands proudly within the hidden streets of Fort Kochi, boasts seven amazing living quarters including three suites and four recessed alcoves alongside amazing rooftop terrace views, vaulted ceilings, exposed brick interiors, and hand carved wood elements all encircling a verdant Chinese influenced rock garden.
Niyati has been designed with an amazing eye and realized through the fingertips of Fort Kochi’s local architects, botanists, artists, designers and woodworkers. All these elements merge to create a stunning living environment that you must experience.
“Destiny is calling, let it bring you here.” - Francis Joseph, Owner and Founder of Niyati Hotel. We have two garden alcoves, Ennius and Bahati.
Ennius is a Roman Latin name, possibly meaning “pre-destined” or “favorite of God”.
Quintius Ennius (239-169BC) was a writer during the period of the Roman Republic and is often considered the father of Roman poetry. He was of Calabrian descent. Although only fragments of his works survive, his influence in Latin literature was significant, particularly in his use of Greek literary models.
The Annales was an epic poem in fifteen books, later expanded to eighteen, covering Roman history from the fall of Troy in 1184 BC down to the censorship of Cato the Elder in 184 BC. It was the first Latin poem to adopt the dactylic hexameter metre used in Greek epic and didactic poetry,[3] leading it to become the standard metre for these genres in Latin poetry. The Annals became a school text for Roman schoolchildren, eventually supplanted by Virgil's Aeneid. About 600 lines survive. A copy of the work is among the Latin rolls of the Herculaneum library.
Your garden view alcove is complimented with art by Chicago based artist, William Jerard. As part of his living art collection “Happenstance”, he has rested the pieces “Signature” & “Lake Natron, Northern Tanzania” in your living space.
“Signature” was created to say that we are all part of an intricately beautiful design, apart from our individuality. Once we realize our contribution to the collective, we then become connected to our surrounding and our colors merge with the colors of everything around us.
“Lake Natron, Northern Tanzania” was inspired by the life pattern of flamingoes born in this region. They are born grey and their diet creates their beautiful pink hues. Once they die, their beautiful color seeps into the ground creating an array of pink craters that can be seen from the sky. To learn more about this amazing color transfer, you can watch “Crimson Wing”, a documentary on these creatures.


Bahati

Bahati, our luxury Garden Alcove.
Bahati is an African Swahili word and name meaning “luck” or possibly “good fortune”.
The Swahili language or Kiswahili is a Bantu language and the mother tongue of the Swahili people. It is spoken by various communities inhabiting the African Great Lakes region and other parts of South East Africa, including Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Your garden view alcove is complimented with art by Chicago based artist, William Jerard. As part of his living art collection “Happenstance”, he has rested the piece “God’s Form” in your living space.
“God’s Form” was created to ask us why we are still embattled and divided over our perceived ideas of what God looks like? Would it not be simpler and more connecting to reflect on the idea that the Creator seeps into everything? Would it not be simpler to agree on the fact that everything in existence is displaying some form of the Creator? Every light, every color, every being is an example of the Creator’s brilliance and is therefore deserving of respect, kindness and love.

What this place offers

Wifi – 31 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable/satellite
Air conditioning
Long-term stays allowed
Security cameras on property
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

7 nights in Kochi

Jul 18, 2022 - Jul 25, 2022

4.55 out of 5 stars from 88 reviews

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Where you’ll be

Kochi, Kerala, India

Hosted by Francis

  1. Joined in December 2014
  • 137 Reviews
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During your stay

"ATITHI DEVO BHAVAH" means guest is like God in Sanskrit is what we at Niyati practice.
We the staff and the management try our best to provide the utmost positive experience to our guests at Niyati.
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  • Response time: within a day
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