The Chrome Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chrome Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
Nice hotel with spacious and comfortable room. I love the food, breakfast buffet and dinner at the hotel restaurant. Friendly staff. Recommended for Business Traveler.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Chrome Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
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... We honored the request. The short lane did have a seedy vibe. Creepy pimps and workers lined the pavement. Girls could be seen sitting behind second story windows. We slowly drove through without stopping. Our decision to visit the zone where so many women are victimized is questionable. But there it is,out in the open. Everyone knows it and officials turn a blind eye. Now what can be done about it?
... one person asked 10 rs to keep the shoes and I happily agreed for that. Once leaving the shoes we were free to go inside the temple.
Inside the temple we saw a very big queue before Kali temple. We had no time to stand in the queue and wait long hours for darshan. We prefered to have free darshan from Nata Mandir instead of standing in the long queue or paying money to ...
... 3am to get to the airport. The laundry I had sent out yesterday morning still wasn't back at 8pm AND the front desk told me I would need to pay my bill in cash....I started to sweat. If I didn't have enough cash, I would have to wake Jerra up, go out into the Kolkata streets at night to get to a bank machine. There are all sorts of red flags in that statement!! Luckily enough, I had enough to pay it and my arm pits dried up. I was never told I would have to pay cash. ...
... ruining my vision of myself as the strong traveler, always ready, always thrilled for the next challenge, the next turn! Never feeling homesick for first world trifles. I came down rather quickly from that nice image of Aragorn-like resolve and passion.
It didn't help that I still hadn't been able to find chai, a problem I thought I would never face here.
But this morning we went to the Motherhouse, and though we showed ...
... training polo ponies and grazing goats though there are still old cannon scattered around. At the south end of the maidan is the Victoria Monument built between 1906 and 1921 for the self-proclaimed Empress of India. In front of it is a bronze statue of an elderly and rather corpulent Victoria. The building is of marble from the same quarry as the Taj Mahal and it's construction was funded by "contributions" from the local population. It is now ...