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Tollys looks run down & dirty in a sprawling area with mongrel dogs running around barking in a dining area called the Shamiyana & crows flying overhead which is worrying when having a meal!
Worse still if diners in adjoining tables are cleaning their ears...More
We have a reciprocal membership of the Tollygunge club and we stayed here in one of the suites. The Club and the club house are grand, steeped in history and the suites are new and well annointed.
The restaurants at the Club serve delicious food...More
The large size area of the club is amazing. the golf course is too big. green all the way. the staff are very smart. food quality are good .the history of this club is very old. British established the club with huge area.
I have the earliest memories of going for a swim in the morning, having the signature tolly south-indian breakfast, attending a tennis class, coming home and going back to the club for an equestrian lesson in the evening. That was my daily schedule for my...More
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
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.