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Sun, 06 Dec – Mon, 07 Dec (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
13/A, Sudder Street, Sudder Street, Kolkata , 700016 | Show on Map
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The Elgin Fairlawn in Kolkata is accessible from the Jeevandeep Bus Stop (3 km) from this property and the Fort William is at 3 km. The hotel provides Wi-Fi access to its guests.All rooms in this hotel have attached bathrooms with running supply of hot and cold water.
There are LCD TVs and king-size beds in these rooms.This Kolkata hotel has a multi-cuisine restaurant. Guests can also avail of room service and front desk assistance at this property.The Elgin Fairlawn provides laundry service as well.
The property is at 5 km from the Howrah Railway Junction and at 18 km from the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. Guests can visit the Victoria Memorial (3 km), Birla Mandir (5 km), and Indian Museum (0.1 km).
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This room is air-conditioned with private bath that comes with geyser and shower facilities. It is also equipped with other amenities namely the phone, fridge, TV, tea maker, etc.
Our last group dinner in India !
by Dennis P on
This was the last dinner that our Explore Worldwide group had in India and I don't think we could have gone to a better hotel. This is a fabulous place with all the memorabilia on the walls upstairs of the old movie stars that would have graced the dining tables 50 - 60 years ago. The hotel was here since 1783 and is now a heritage building which has retained it's colonial charm. It is like walking through a museum upstairs furnished with beautiful colonial style couches, chairs, tables and lamps and paintings on the walls and photos of some famous guests from over the years including Partick Swayze, Felicity Kendall, Tom Stoppard, Julie Christie, Sting and Michael Palin. The staff were very friendly and encouraged us to visit the upstairs to look at the splendour therein. I had an excellent dinner although service was a bit slow and I had to ask for my lime sode three times. I had leek and potato soup which although tasty was watery and not creamy as I thought it would be. A very generous helping of chicken fried rice I did not quite manage to finish. A fresh lime soda and a diet coke were my drinks. I can't believe I didn't have my usual Kingfisher beer for my last night ?? The bill was just short of 6 - very good value.
Could be better...
by robertjoosth on
We stayed just one night in this lovely hotel. We booked for two nights, but had to leave earlier because of the corona-curfew on sunday 22nd and our rescheduled flight to Delhi to catch the connecting flight to Europe. Management refused any refund for the skipped second night. Well, OK, they stood in their rights and we were the only guests so they probably did not have a good week, but still.....they nade a false start in my opinion. Electricity was off (only in our room) from check in (2.30pm) to evening (6.45pm), due to rewiring outside. The reception staff knew about all this, but did not warn us upon check in, should have offered us another room. No excuses were made when I went down to make a friendly complaint. Also the dining room was not available, because maintenance-workers. We had dinner in the garden. The dinner was fine, and we left the next day after a great breakfast. Maybe too short a stay to give a full review, but long enough to see and feel there is a lot to gain in customer centric-attitude!p and behaviour.
Beer garden cafe
by beadfreak on
My daughter and I visited here for lunch and it had a lovely relaxed ambience. The lunch was very tasty and the drinks were good. I stayed here twice when Violet was alive and loved it. Her presence is sadly missed by all it is not the same.
by Kem1609 on
This is a good hotel which makes the most of its history and celebrity links: photos and letters from a range of guests over the years decorate all the walls. The staff are courteous and helpful and the more expensive rooms are excellent value for their comfort and decor. The breakfast is great with a range of food well presented in the 'open' dining area, staff are courteous and helpful. The hotel does not serve alcohol. The balcony sitting area is good to relax and unwind and the courtyard serves a good afternoon tea. This is generally a stay that is in a central location and an experience with quirky touches reminiscent of a particular time in Indias past.
WOT no beer
by milksop on
Its a shame that The Fair Lawn still has no licence, especially as it has upgraded its sitting out areas so well. The renovation here is slow, of course it must retain some of its old eccentricity but though they mop from noon to night they dont really clean. The cheaper are good value but the newly renovated rooms are expensive in comparison with other hotels in town.
rooms not off the dining room are quieter, as are rooms on the second floor.
by Kristin_1984 on January 31, 2020
Rooms at the very back in the "new" wing the best and the quietest I think
by 48502013 on January 22, 2020
Choose a room upstairs
by RandDtravellers on December 22, 2019
Avoid ground floor
by TheHedgies on December 7, 2019
Ask for a refurbished/deluxe room.
by NZKiwiana on November 16, 2019
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