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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
We love the Tolly Club it is so calm and tasteful amongst the incessant hurly burly of an amazing city.
It's not a hotel it doesn't pretend to be a hotel, it is a members club with rooms and amazing facilities; golf, squash, tennis, equestrian...More
Held my marriage reception here.
This is arguably the best club in Kolkata and one of the best ones in India. With a history going back well into the past, it retains that charm, grace both inside and outside.
The services, gym, temperature controlled swimming...More
It's literally massive and there are heaps of activities for the entire family - two pools (indoor and outdoor), 18 hole golf course, beautiful lawns, awesome food of the colonial era (steaks get a special mention), kids play area, horse riding etc. Members can sign...More
The best time to sit in the gravel area for a casual long drawn out meal, would be on a winters day with the sun out! Today, not being a weekend, we avoided the crowd but enjoyed lunch. Our diverse orders included , a famous...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.