The Raviz Resort & Spa Kadavu
A short drive away from Calicut city, the Raviz Kadavu is nestled on the banks of the legendary Chaliyar River. Inspired by the Nallukettu style of architecture once again, the 9-acre spread Raviz Kadavu celebrates the art and ethnicity of Kerala.
The property is the ultimate detox for weekend revelers looking for scenic locales. In keeping with our style of marrying the authentic with modern, you will be treated to an experience that celebrates comfort the Indian way.
Celebrating the heritage of Kerala in every way, the Raviz Kadavu is poised to become the destination of choice for any event organizer seeking a space that marries the excitement of open adaptable spaces with defined venues.
The Raviz Kadavu, designed by celebrated architect Tony Joseph, is steeped in culture in many ways. Styled on the Nallukettu tradition of homes, the 9-acre sprawling land has been carefully landscaped using indigenous plant varietals. In fact, almost 90% of the construction material on the property is laterite stone that has been culled out from the land itself.
With myriad options of cottages and rooms both, you will be spoilt for choice at our property. The mural art that dots every corner and wall of the resort brings alive the mystical culture of the state.
So, if you are undertaking a trip marking the Malabar region of the state, The Raviz Resort & Spa Kadavu is an ideal stop for a couple of days.
Nestled in the midst of nature, the Raviz Kadavu is situated just 12 kms away from the international airport. Hence, the property is an ideal option for those planning a scenic stopover, an event or convention or a peaceful repose for the various airline crews.View More
The Raviz Kadavu offers a plethora of dining options to suit every palate. Hosting a quintessential Kerala restaurant, an open grill specialty dine to a sports-themed bar Zirkon – The Raviz Kadavu is a gourmand’s delight in the gastronomical capital of the state…View More
The Raviz Kadavu is dotted with art that promotes talent within the state. While the mural art that adorns the walls has been brought to fruition by local artists themselves, the paintings within the rooms were commissioned to Kudumbashree – the largest women’s self-help project in India, that was founded in Kerala.
The property and our team are engaged in activities to protect the environment for the past many years now. Besides having used mainly local resources to construct the property, we are in the process of ensuring that all equipment emitting CFC gases is phased out. The team has also been an active participant in local activities to promote information and awareness about responsible living. Cleaning of the beaches and highways in the region, and regular blood donation drives with local blood banks have been a regular feature for the past three years.