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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroadway Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
Hotel Broadway is dingy and in the old part of the city, which is not very clean. Stay at Hotel Broadway only if you are open to such experiences and/ or have significant budget constraints. It is unlikely that you will find such a centrally located hotel for Rs. 900 per night anywhere else in Kolkata. There is no AC and you will find the walls, windows worn out and grimy. The noise levels are quite high- from the traffic on the road, even at night, and you might lose sleep. The staff is very friendly and helpful though.
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Got up early and were ready by 8am to have the first meal of a new day. On asking for a South Indian breakfast place, Umeshji (the hotel guy who had suggested the previous night's restaurant) gave us two options, both were at walking distance. We chose Madras Restaurant (which has been there since 1939). We thoroughly enjoyed the hot Upma and idlis …
Got out of the flight, picked up the baggage and with lot of anticipation reached the pre-paid taxi counter. Phoosh! The taxis were on strike that day! But we were assured that 'luxury' taxis would be available from a counter outside gate number 3. It was already 10.30pm. We paid Rs.800 for a 25-30 minute drive and reached Hotel Broadway ( …
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Overall the train journey was very comfortable. Everyone gets a pillow and a sheet and a blanket. In the morning after sleeping through the night I folded up my sheet and my blanket. There was a man who came around shortly after whose job it was to fold up the sheets and blankets and pillows and ...