Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFortune Hotel Sullivan Court Ootacamund
With a grand lobby and v. comfy rooms.
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We were up at sparrowfart and left in darkness. The dawn was rising as we arrived at the station and caught sight of our steam train. It was a Swiss locomotive, designed to push carriages up steep slopes. We spent some time snapping away and watching the people. We were going on a train trip! The journey took five hours and sped by - unlike the …
... again! Doesn't all of this wanna make you dream!
Well, it worked for me and I dreamt about it being the reason why I went late this afternoon with the rest of the group to see this romantic palace in person. Call it an impromptu visit to the Fernhills Royale Palace!
Located on 50 acres of land, it took us a good half an hour ...
... an old cemetery out back that could use some grass cutting.
Apparently Mrs Space Cadet is ill and they returned to the hotel. BIg Mama took the chance to return to use the loo. Ever hear of the great outdoors? Her sense of entitlement is more than a bit annoying.
Most of us decided to skip the final lake option and head back to the hotel to check in. The Monarch is isolated. It had a large lobby. It was packed due to a school [or state?] holiday.
... were being constructed so maybe some racing is coming up. Ooty is high in the hills - we're back into tea country, in fact our hotel is right next to tea plantings. To get to our hotel - the 'Sherlock' (each room is named after one of the Sherlock Holmes stories) - we drove up a narrow and winding road about 3km from the centre of town. It veery quickly transitioned from a city to a rural environment, and I was beginning to suspect that we had taken a wrong turn - but ...
... cool weather and its location nestled among the hills of the Nilgiri mountain range and surrounded by tea plantations which paint the hillsides in more shades of green than an Absinthe bar.
The next day was spent checking out the sites in town. 1st stop, a man made lake at the bottom of town which turned out to be a disappointment. The guide book talked about a serene mountain lake, peppered with paddle boats and picknickers. The reality ...