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Accommodation Name:Hindustan International Reviewer Rating:
Type:Hotel User Rating:0.0 from 22 votes
Area:KolkataSubmit Rating:

Accommodation Description:

The Hotel Hindustan International is based in the heart of Kolkata but set slightly away from the busy streets.

It has plush entrance lobby and friendly staff who are willing to assist with the customers every need. The Rooms at the Hindustan International are also very good. They are spacious, have a good level of furnishing and have excellent views of the city of Kolkata.

The cost of the a double room was 25.00 English pounds per person per night for a double room.

Accommodation Review:

Upon entering the Hotel Hindustan International you are transported from the hustle and bustle of the city it resides in and treated to helpful staff that will cater for your every need.

Although upon our arrival at the Hindustan International we flaked out for the majority of our stay we were left in peace and were able to sleep as we needed.

The room we were allocated was very spacious, quiet, comfortable and contained everything we needed.

Before departing we had a buffet style continental breakfast which again was good and much needed.

We took a hotel taxi to the airport which the hotel staff arranged for us and had a prearranged rate.

Although we were not entirely taken with the city, the Hotel for us was like a diamond in a coal pit and was just the escape we needed from the city, and in our view it was worth paying for even though the hotel is expensive especially for Indian Accommodation.

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