Welcome to a world of heritage and luxury at Punnamada Serena Spa Backwater Resort which offers total relaxation of the mind, body and soul. Spread over 10.5 acres with water frontage stretching over a kilometer it gives you the essence of an unforgettable Kerala experience.
Located in the heart of the slithering backwaters of Kerala, Alleppey or Alappuzha is often termed the “Venice of the East”. The town is among the oldest planned towns in India and is famous for its several backwater canals, beaches, paddy fields and lagoons. Alleppey is iconic for its houseboats cruises in the backwaters and attracts thousands of visitors each year. With the Laccadive Sea on its west Alleppey is blessed with an abundance of natural flora and fauna and the backwaters and the wetlands make it rich in marine life and resident and migratory avi fauna. Alleppey is also a cultural hub in Kerala since the early Sangam Era (3rd Century BC – 4th Century AD) and was a stronghold of the Chera Kingdom and had trade relations with the Greek and Romans. Alleppey was also one of the spots where St. Thomas the Apostle built the ChurchesMore
The Garden View Villas at Punnamada Resort are located right inside the heart of the resort, with a carpet of green surrounding it. The property has small canals running along one of its sides that add to the quaint charm of the rooms. Surrounding areas are decorated with various fruit trees and tropical plants bearing colorful flowers. The villas have all been built using traditional Kerala architecture, and each part of the rooms have a hint of traditional ethnicity present in their designs, be it the slanted roofs, beams, bed posts, heavy wooden doors and windows, linen, upholstery, etc. So the first thing guests feel as they enter the rooms is a touch of luxury, mixed with antique beauty. And the best thing about the rooms is that the bathrooms are large, airy and open-roofed with pebbled flooring and greenery making shower time a back-to-nature experience.
Multi-cuisine restaurant overlooking Munroe Island across the waterway