XANDARI PEARL RESORT
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This is the beach hideaway you have been daydreaming about. Come with those you most want to be with. White sands, waves. Coconut trees, breeze. Private villa, sanctuary. Fresh food, delicious.
Homes have been set back from the beach in Marari for many generations. It was never crowded. Following the historic use of Xandari Pearl’s 18 acres we built 20 villas.
The privacy that this layout affords is the luxury that we offer.
Five adjectives to describe the experience at Xandari Pearl:
You are never too far from the sea in any of our 20 villas, five of which have plunge pools. Designed to accommodate two guests, all villas are crafted with the concept of laidback elegance in a natural, green setting.
All villas include a large private garden with sandy sit-out, private dining area, hammock and chaise lounge. Showers open to the sky add the ultimate luxury.
Blue and green are the color accents that represent sea and land, embracing the “pearl feeling” that white represents.
Designed with relaxation in mind, all villas are television-free zones.
Xandar Pearl’s all-day dining restaurant overlooks one of Kerala’s most beautiful swimming pools set naturally within stands of coconut, mango and cashew trees. There is a demonstration kitchen if you are inclined to learn from our chefs how to prepare your favourite dishes from our menu.
With our compliments
- Bicycle rides through town or along beach road
- Cooking demonstrations
- Beach volleyball with staff
- Interactions with tree climbers and local community
- Football on the beach
At your leisure
- In-room massages
- Yoga in the open
- Visits to Mararikulam Shiva Temple and Velorvattam Mahadeva Temple
- Drive to St Andrew’s Basilica, built in 1851 by Portuguese missionaries
- Sightseeing trip to Alleppey (beaches,lighthouse, temple and church visits)
From elephant paddy paper products to notebooks, toys and hand-crocheted jewelry, there’s something for everyone at our signature shop. The products are sustainable sourced, keeping in mind the women’s self-help groups and welfare centres they benfit. Design aesthetics are also thoughtfully addressed in Viakerala’s quirky line, which reflects the spirit of the land.