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?
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of The Stadel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Stadel Kolkata (Calcutta)
Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)
... Hotel - Amritsar ****
Hotel City Heart - Chandigarh **
Annex Hotel - Dharamshala
White Hotel - Shimla **
Hari Piorko - Delhi **** really nice room with fish tank!
Jameson Hotel - Kolkata ***********
Galaxy Hotel - Kolkata **
... such as basil, herringbone ferns and palms leaves, were all either strung up in long strands, plucked, or threaded and dyed - it was an amazing site and possibly worth getting up that early for.
After breakfast we took off to visit a grand building - Victoria Memorial. This was built during the British period and has been maintained rather well to date. Ironically we pay more than the locals to visit it, but it does make ...
... Hall, where the entrance fee for nationals is 10 rupees, for "foreigners" it is 150 rupees......naturally......I did consider getting out my passport/birth certificate but we were short of time...and energy.
Next was the Calcutta Swimming Club.....this was so close to Ralf and my hearts, this was where we spent everyday either before and/or after school. This was where our parents met and drank tea with the other ex-pats, ...
... we could get some in and he said 'give me 200 and I'll get them brought to your room'. He asked if we wanted strong (8%) or normal (5%). We said normal defo. I can't remember If I mentioned the strong in the first entry but we had it when we first arrived into Goa and it was like tenants super. We sat on the bed to find out that not only was the cricket on but also there was premier league on. Arsenal and Man utd (seperate games) no less! What a touch. Our beers came, inevitably ...
... not riding in an air-conditioned, windows-closed jeep with another white woman) all through the streets until we reached the main road where we hopped on a bus (and quickly hopped back off) and then caught an auto-rickshaw that we shared with 4 other people. Note to self/all: if you look at buses as they drive by, you do not see women. There are no women on buses. Women, Indian women, are terrified of the men on buses and ...