Savoy Hotel Ooty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSavoy Hotel Ooty Ootacamund
Fantastic Old Colonial Building set in well kept gardens. Rooms are in outbuildings consisting of linked bungalows with "teak" flooring and real fireplaces which will be lite on request. Buffet food was varied and good quality although the food should have been hotter. The waiting staff in restaurant were plentiful but their efficiency could be improved. I ordered a drink before starting my meal but didn't arrive until I "reminded" the management of my order. They were very apologetic and tried to correct but it was too late.
I would recommend this hotel if you are prepared to chase the waiting staff in the restaurant.
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As the night comes and dusk falls I sit with the owner of the 'Retreat', Rohan Mathias. Idle chatter is easy with him and his wife, Smriti. They are both excellent hosts and have kept me well fed, well sheltered and have made me feel like family. When I sat alone at night with no one to keep me company, they sat with me and we had politely passionate conversations about India's government, the US's government, trash, environment, family and life. They made me feel ...
... 3 times!! That very same night we saw a bunch of wild elephants just outside the place we were staying... we had good animal-spotting mojo that day methinks!
Apart from the wildlife we met some wiked people there too. John of course was a dude and then there was Vinny, Vinood and Nirmal - younger guys that had been going to Wildhaven for an age. They were absolutely hilarious guys and could drink anyone we know under the table. ...
... are either working for the TNEB or on tea estates or vegetable fields.
Thus came to an end, another fine day.
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... seen the rest of the group we had left in Mysore, figuring they had just skipped over Ooty, and planted themselves in the backwaters in Kerala.
We paid our bill and stepped onto the sidewalk, literally running into Tor, who was just as surprised as we were. Sarah, James, and Jess were all walking along the other side of the street, so he called them over. It was so nice to all see each other again! We gave everyone big hugs and began a full ...
... on seeing any elephants, we spotted a lone tusker a few feet inside the forests. Now that’s what I call a treat for the eye!!!!
As we approached the place where we were old we would be put, I was taken
aback. Here I was expecting a rustic ‘in the middle of the jungle’ set of cottages with maybe no electricity and quite prepared for the most ‘away ...