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Lovely peaceful golf course setting setting and reasonably priced, but the rooms are a bit school-ish and the lay out is a mess of second rate new build. Staff were friendly enough after a bit of encouragement but surprisingly poor sweeping. Needs firm management with...More
I stayed here 4 nights in February 2017. The weather was kind, so that helped a lot. The premises has many to offer. Since it was a business trip and I don't play Golf, I enjoyed the restaurant, Whiskey bar but found the rest of...More
The service is epically bad. The Tollygunge makes its guests feel like a nuisance. Any small requests are treated with utter disinterest or contempt. An example: guest: I would like a taxi please. Reception: no reply. Then a major bafflement follows, as if it's the...More
I was under the impression that Kolkata has the best Club culture in the country, and when a friend recommended that I stay there, I seized the opportunity. But I was highly disappointed by the rooms. Though large, they are very poorly maintained, bad quality...More
A most well preserved golf club and has the colonial charm as well it seems the time stopped in the british era. With food and service preserved from the Raj Era.
The club house is a great piece of colonial architecture.
Though it is a...More
Response from roymetzkes | Reviewed this property |
I would allways recomend the Belvedere. The reason is : they also serve continental dishes,and Chinese cuisene. BUT they have WONDERFUL Fish. I love fish afer eating vegi and meat cousine for days. Fish 2 a week is a must... More
I would allways recomend the Belvedere. The reason is : they also serve continental dishes,and Chinese cuisene. BUT they have WONDERFUL Fish. I love fish afer eating vegi and meat cousine for days. Fish 2 a week is a must. You can alsow get very good fish dishes at a restaraunt called " O' Calcutta ". Think it was at South City,but I#m not sure about that.
Hope I could help you.