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Welcome to Hotel A J Residency, Since 1977

aj residency hotel kochiHotel AJ Residency is a budget business class hotel,has 48 spacious and luxuriously well organized guest rooms,including suites,executive rooms,deluxe a/c and non a/c rooms.

The hotel is conveniently located walk able distance from kaloor bus terminal,1km from ernakulam town railway station,25km from cochin international airport,providing good access to all parts of the city.

Hotel AJ Residency is a unit of AJ Group of Institutions.AJ Group of intstitution has completed 3 decades in the field of Healthcare,Education and Humanitarinan activities.Late Dr, M.A.Abdul Jabbar is the Founder of A.J.Groups of Institutions.

Hotel AJ Residency has rooms whith reasonable price that help to stay within your budget.So we assure you luxury at lovable price.

Late Dr.MA.Abdul Jabbar
Managing Director
Sudhi Jabbar
About Kochi

Main Attractioins

kochiKochi’s tranquill atmosphere veils the fact that it is the commercial capital of Kerala. It specialises in exporting pepper, seafood, rubber and coir.
But that doesn’t come as a surprise, as Kochi has been the nerve-centre of business activities from ancient times. Trade attracted the Chinese, Jews, Arabs, Portuguese, Dutch and English whose influence is still reflected in the lifestyle of the people. One can enjoy the sight of some of the finest monuments on your travel vacations in Kochi such as the Jewish Synagogue and the Dutch Palace are a product of this cultural melange.
This sea-port city has a small but thriving Jewish community. The area around the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth is known as the Jew Town.

A stroll down the narrow bylanes of the Jew Town is an experience in itself, as it reveals an enchanting array of curio shops, warehouses and spice auction rooms.Traces of Kochi’s past are still visible in the old tiled houses built in the Chinese pagoda style. Colonial buildings, Chinese fishing netsand mosques take us back in time as well.

Mode of Transport

The best way to travel around in Kochi is to take the ferry or an organised cruise down the meandering waterways. The unending panorama of coconut trees, swaying to the breeze, lagoons and canals with rays of the sun shimmering on the placid water, provides a perfect backdrop for the town. Traditional culture has left its mark on the social fabric of Kochi. Captivating performances of Kalaripayattu (traditional martial arts) and classical dances like Kathakali and Mohiniattam are a major attraction in Kochi.
A tapestry of rich contrasts, Kochi is a town worth visiting.


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