Enjoy open dinner on 14th floor of Four Points by Sheraton with Kochi skyline for company

Enjoy open dinner on 14th floor of Four Points by Sheraton with Kochi skyline for company
Four Points by Sheraton

If you want to break free from the hustle and bustle of the Kochi metropolis and put your feet up, then Four Points by Sheraton is the right place for you. The open dinner beside the infinity pool on the 14th floor of the hotel on Fridays and Saturdays can only lift your spirits and provide the weekend dose of rejuvenation. This is undoubtedly a perfect weekend getaway for you and your family to spend some quality time as the hotel, which is near Infopark in Kakkanad, is an oasis of serenity away from the hubbub of city life.

Infinity pool on 14th floor
The high point of the hotel, which has 14 floors, is the rooftop infinity pool and the panoramic view of the Kochi city from the open pool is jaw-dropping. Presently entry to the swimming pool has been restricted due to COVID-19-triggered restrictions.

The open dinner, which started from September 3, near the swimming pool in the backdrop of Kochi’s city skyline is breathtaking. The sumptuous dinner with a collage of various cuisines is served on Fridays and Saturdays adhering to the state government’s COVID-19 protocol. One has to pre-book the dinner at 7593835140.

Fabulous staycation
It is worth noting that one can stay safely at Four Points by Sheraton, which is offering an attractive staycation package, even in the COVID-19 times. The one-night package is ideal for families as it comprises breakfast, dinner and fun activities for children.

Magic of chef Shibu Thampan
Another enticing facet is the amazing spread of delicacies on offer. Under the able guidance of chef Shibu Thampan, delectable cuisines from traditional to continental are prepared with great finesse to satisfy your palate. The hotel has also put in place excellent home-delivery services for those who can’t dine in due to the pandemic.

For more details contact: 7593835140.

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