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Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Reviewed 2 September 2016

I am Dr. Shamimul Moula, Ph.D. MPH. MBBS, Dhaka Bangladesh (+8801712275061) When I was brought to this hotel, instantly I became surprised with its old but charming and exiting "possible" history, situation and myths which are surely not known to the present owner and other nearby population! The superb old house where this hotel is now situated seemed to me...

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New Delhi, India
Reviewed 11 February 2015

I have stayed in this guest house in 2010 when I visited Kolkata. It was decent amongst the numerous bad places to stay at and around Sudder Street. The room was OK but little expensive. My experience was not satisfactory so I chose to stay there again in 2014. However, my experiences this time was not what I expected from...

1Thank Wanderergirl2015
Reviewed 30 January 2015

I stayed here after a bad experience at Sunflower guesthouse, happy to get a good place closer to New Market. The place was relatively quiet at night, considering it is right on Sudder Street, except for a loud generator of the new hotel next door. The rooms are huge, allmost too big, but okay for a few nights. I had...

1Thank CUnow
Chengdu, China
Reviewed 12 February 2014

Let's start by saying that Kolkata is a very run-down city overall, with hundreds of fine old buildings in advanced states of decrepitude. The city's Communist government ties everything up in red tape (no pun intended) and makes it hard for new hotels to get permits. That means that many dingy old places remain in business, charging over-the-odds prices for...

1Thank Raymond W
Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Reviewed 8 April 2013

This is a family run homely place for budget travelers. Its clean very central and pocket friendly. They have nice air conditioned rooms with tea and coffee / kettle attached bathroom. Its a old colonial British building almost heritage so rooms are rather large and bathrooms are huge with hot water. Its 3 minutes walk to New market , 10...

1Thank Chaubey
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 October 2012

I arrived with some friend in Kolkata and after few fully booked hotel, we stopped at this one. It had kind of positive comment on lonely planet. But the reality was much more different. the place was super dirty, toilet broken and the mattress was packed with bedbugs....I left the next day!! Terrible and dirty place, avoid if you can.

4Thank mancapu
Athens, Greece
Reviewed 1 May 2012

I went there at the end of March. My company booked three rooms.Mine was the biggest one, a giant room at the 3rd floor, for which i paid 1500 roupies. I liked the simple but atmospheric furnitures-overall there was an amiable nostalgic atmosphere in the place. However, after a small siesta, i woke up with 5-6 huge bites, which at...

3Thank vsklir
Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Reviewed 22 November 2011

This was my 3rd visit to kolkata, and the stay in this hotel has made it memorable for us. They have old, but giant rooms. These rooms come with huge bathroom with all modern fittings, lobby space and kitchen. You also have supply of purified drinking water, and tea/coffee arrangement within the room. Feels very homely. Though the building and...

1Thank Zafor H
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 May 2011

I arrived in Kolkata and literally looked round a dozen places, taking two hours to find the right room. So many places are dingy, dirty, gross, and none seem to have any outside space like a balcony. Then I came across Tourist Inn. Staff were great, I asked for a balcony and they showed me their downstairs room, double ben,...

3Thank James_N_E

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Additional Information about Tourist Inn

Address: Sudder Street, Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Region: India > West Bengal > Kolkata (Calcutta)
Number of rooms: 7
Also Known As:
Tourist Inn India/Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal
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“Front rooms are better! I liked ground floor room!”
shamimulmoula, 2 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Rooms on the ground and first floor are noisy.”
Wanderergirl2015, 11 Feb 2015 | Read review
“Anything on ground or first floor away from the road is OK. No lift so if elderly or with children take ground floor. Many restaurants and convenience stores within few meters is an advantage.”
Chaubey, 8 Apr 2013 | Read review
“The large room on the 2nd floor is great. (Probably Room#14)”
za4h, 22 Nov 2011 | Read review
“Ask for the downstairs double that has outside sp”
James_N_E, 13 May 2011 | Read review
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