Known for its captivating beauty and calm waters, Vembanad Lake is the longest lake in India and the largest in the state of Kerala. The lake is a sight for sore eyes and is gradually making its way to the list of prime tourist attractions in Kerala. Cruises amidst the tranquil waters in luxurious houseboats are the main attraction of the lake. Keeping this in mind, Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty has launched the first-ever exquisite houseboat- Nattika.
Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty, is an urban waterfront retreat facing the backwaters of the Vembanad Lake. The houseboat will let people Explore, Experience and Enjoy the exciting tour of Vembanad Lake. People can enjoy the scenic beauty of the Lake and engage in fishing, kayaking, and other interactive island experiences. The houseboat is eco-friendly and can accommodate up to four adults and four children. The houseboat includes an exclusive upper, lower and a sun deck. The lower deck comprises a living area, two suite bedrooms, and a kitchen. The upper deck includes the dining area, two washrooms, and a lounge. This air-conditioned houseboat has an exclusive six-member crew on board. It offers various cuisine options and other amenities include smart TV, internet, video games and onboard entertainment like karaoke and board games.
Shrikant Wakharkar, General Manager, Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty commented, "The new addition to the leisure offering of Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty ‘Nattika’ is perfect for a getaway to unwind, relax and refresh. It is devised keeping in mind sustainable design features with bio-toilets and an effective waste management system. The one-of-its-kind floating hotel room will be an experience in itself’.
This year, Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty completed one year of operations and added three more properties in the hospitality sector in Kerala at an investment of around Rs 1,000 crores. The new properties under the brand Hyatt Regency are in suburban Malayattur on the banks of the River Periyar, Thrissur and Thiruvananthapuram. The 12th edition of Conventions India Conclave, an international meet on MICE tourism, was also held at the GHB in August.