Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsFortune Hotel Sullivan Court Ootacamund
With a grand lobby and v. comfy rooms.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court Ootacamund
Travel Blogs from Ootacamund
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 …
In 1898 my grandfather Henry Gardner, home on leave from Cairo where the Lincolnshire Regiment's First Battalion was stationed, proposed marriage to my grandmother Cecilia Marion Edge. She said no, and then embarked for India at age 27, alone, to visit her brother Sydney, then 29 and working in Ooty, the South India hill station, favourite of the …
... br> Ooti was not what I expected of it, the surroundings are gorgeous but the main town seemed sketchy and run down. Finding a nice meal proved difficult though on the last of 2 nights we managed to get an amazing curry and beer! Beer is getting a bit more difficult to find now, though if you want it enough you will always find it.
We met a lovely guy, 70 year old captn. Muaz who helped us and especially dad try ...
... ahem, the non rice/meat Hawaiians)?
Where were we? Ah. Sunshine in the Jungle.
I'm taken to my room. My "bus boy" of sorts carries my highlighter green Patagonia travel bag, which seems so out of place here. I'm taken to an unpretentious cottage where I'm placed in the back where I have a sweet view out the back with trees and monkeys and goat herds wandering by. On several occasions I look out my window to the goat herder (sitting on the edge of the ...
... chance to take in the stunning scenery and the rapidly changing flora and fauna from coconuts and beetle-nut plantations down below to tea plantations and pine forests up above.
We reveled in seeing real green around us again, 3 weeks after leaving England and it was a great way to get up the hill. As the engine appeared to getting a ...