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Welcome to Neeleshwar

A hidden tropical destination set in a secluded palm grove beside the Arabian Sea in Northern Kerala, Neeleshwar Hermitage is one of India's finest gems.

The luxurious resort breathes tranquillity and offers you the essence of authentic India: her friendliness, hospitality & serenely balanced lifestyle. At this rejuvenating beach hotel you enter a utopia far removed from the pressures of everyday living. Authentic ayurveda and spa treatments, a huge infinity pool and a deliciously varied cuisine - everything combines to induce a sense of complete relaxation and harmonious wellbeing. Unobtrusive individual service and meticulous attention to detail are everywhere in this luxury resort, turning your holiday with us into an effortless opportunity to enjoy a world where time stands still.

The Lotus Houseboat

The Lotus, a houseboat of unequalled elegance and style, offers you serenity and healing relaxation while cruising through the languid backwaters of Malabar, the undiscovered jewel of northern Kerala.
www.thelotuskerala.com

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Reviews

"We LOVED the Neeleshwar Hermitage which exceeded all my expectations...

Delicious food, charming staff and the added bonus of Alistair Shearer. The hotel were very helpful about organising a visit to a local Theyyam festival where we had the most amazing welcome and everyone seemed pleased that we had come to the celebration. Some of the things we liked were the staff, the massage, the food and, of course the amazing beach." 

Susie Gwyn
2015-08-04

"It was a fantastic relaxing holiday

and I regret having to go back to the real world again but hopefully I am able to come back next year. Thank you so much!"

MS.KARIN SPRANGER - GERMANY
2011-04-26
We are also seeking other ways of achieving a quieter life and less troubled minds through mindfulness and other stress-reducing practices